Maui Beach Webcams

According to legend the island of Maui was named by a Polynesian navigator recognized for the discovery of the Hawaiian islands after his son who was actually named as a tribute to the culture hero and ancient chief Maui according to Hawaiian mythology. Known as the second largest island of the Hawaiian islands spanning across a distance of approximately 720 square miles, the island of Maui boasts more than thirty [&hellip

Port Everglades Webcams

Port Everglades Originally referred to as Lake Mabel and Bay Mabel Harbor, Port Everglade was officially established by the Florida State Legislature as a deep-water harbor in 1927. The name Port Everglades was appointed as a result of a name change contest that was organized by several local women’s clubs. Port Everglades was selected to represent the seaport as “The gateway to the rich agricultural area”. An official dedication ceremony [&hellip

Venice Beach Webcams

Venice is one of the most popular places in the world famous as a tourist destination for attractive art and impressive architecture. It has been 28th most visited city in whole world during the year 2006 and records show that it has been visited by more than 3 million people a year. It attracts more than fifty thousand tourists every day. Tourists regard it as one of the most beautiful [&hellip

Santa Monica Beach Webcams

Located in the western area of Los Angeles County, California; the beachfront city of Santa Monica was reported by the Census Bureau in 2010 to have a population of 89,736. The Santa Monica area consists of many executives, Hollywood stars, surfers, and single family homes. The video below features plans to advance the current traffic system throughout the Santa Monica area. New advanced traffic systems which are controlled via a [&hellip

Oahu Beach Webcams

Oahu is Hawaii’s 3rd largest island with a total land area of 596.7 square miles placing the island as the 20th largest island located within the United States. The island is the most populated island located in the state of Hawaii. Nicknamed “The Gathering Place” the island is the home of approximately 953,207 people.  It is rumored that Oahu was named after the son of a Polynesian navigator who discovered [&hellip

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