Archive for December, 2013

The Molokini Crater – Offers the Best Snorkelling in Hawaii!

If snorkelling in Hawaii is on your 2014 “to-do” list, the Molokini Crater is home to the best the islands have to offer! Located just a few miles off the coast of Maui, the crescent moon-shaped island is part of the Marine Life Conservation District, and is popular spot for diving in Hawaii. Believed to […]

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Unique Works By Local Artists at the Lavender Moon Gallery

This time of year can be especially challenging when it comes to buying for the person on your list who already has everything. Thankfully Hawaii is home to places like the Lavender Moon gallery. Owned and operated by Dux and Patricia Missler, the Lavender Moon gallery first opened its doors in 1999 and has been […]

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Make an Appointment with Nature at the Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge!

Nature lovers planning a vacation in Hawaii will want to visit the Hakalau Forest Wildlife Nature Reserve. The reserve covers the 33,000 acre Hakalua Forest along with 5,300 acres of the Kona Forest. In addition to the enormous variety of plants and animals that inhabit the forests, they support 1 endangered bat species, 9 endangered […]

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Need Kauai Beach & Surf Info? There’s An App for That!

Hawaii is famous for its beautiful beaches and Kauai has more than 60 of them. Hawaii’s beaches draw visitors from all walks of life. Some are looking to surf, snorkel or bodyboard, while others simply want to kick back and spend a day soaking up the sun with friends and family. These various needs are […]

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Hawaii’s Polynesian Cultural Center – Museum, Theme Park & Dinner Show All Rolled in to One!

Visitors to Hawaii wanting to learn more about the history of the Polynesian people, flock to the Polynesian Cultural Center. First opened to the public in 1963, the center offers its guests the opportunity to discover the nations and tribes of the South Pacific. Located in Laie on the north shore of Oahu, the Polynesian […]

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The Cliff Johns Gallery in Small but Funky Holualoa Village

Located on the Big Island in a quaint village just minutes from Kailua, art enthusiasts will find a gallery with some of the most unique and incredibly beautiful pieces in Hawaii. In the heart of Kona coffee country Holualoa Village has become a hub for some of the Big Island’s most talented artists and a […]

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Channel your Inner Sommelier at the Kona Wine Market’s Weekly Wine Tasting

This is a great outing for locals as well as those on vacation in Hawaii, so grab a friend and start your Friday evening off in style! Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of fine wines or would simply like to learn more about them, there is no better place to get your wine on […]

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The Mona Lisas’ of Hawaii – Pegge Hopper’s Wahine

Wahine is the Hawaiian word for woman and if you’ve ever visited Hawaii you’ve probably encountered the works of Pegge Hopper. Her art adorns the walls of our galleries and museums, the Honolulu airport, as well as various hotels and resorts in Hawaii. Much like Davinci’s Mona Lisa, the Polynesian women painted by Pegge Hopper […]

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