Unlocking the Mystery of Hawaii’s Rainbow Colored Beaches

Rainbows are a common sight here in Hawaii, and not just on the ground.  The Paradise of the Pacific is also known for its multi-colored beaches. Sure, our gold and white sand beaches are the stuff that postcards are made of, but it’s our red, black, and even green beaches that are the real show […]

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Hawaii’s Best Snorkeling!

Hawaii’s beautiful beaches and warm climate are what make outdoor activities such a big part of any Hawaiian vacation. Thanks to our unique underwater ecosystem, snorkelling has established itself as a tourist favourite! With so many beautiful locations to choose from, it can be hard to decide where to snorkel in Hawaii so with that […]

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Rainy Day Activities In Hawaii

Most people planning a vacation in Hawaii do so with one thing in mind, some much needed R & R. Filled with palm trees, lush greenery, and crystal clear water lined with miles incredibly beautiful beaches, it’s no wonder the Aloha state is known as the “Paradise of the Pacific”. Thanks to our gorgeous year-round […]

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Hawaii’s Best Shopping

Those planning a vacation in Hawaii will often ask about the best beaches, hiking trails, festivals and restaurants yet very few ask about shopping. It isn’t until the vacation is almost over that people realize they still need some souvenirs to take back home. Visitors to Hawaii are always taken aback by the beauty of […]

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6 Things to Pack for Your Hawaii Vacation!

Let’s talk a bit about over-packing. We’ve all it done it at one point or another and can agree that lugging a suitcase full of things you’ll never use across the country is pretty much pointless. Some of us get so caught up in the planning of the vacation and tend to envision ourselves wearing […]

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Hawaii Island’s Kona Brewers Festival

Beer drinkers and foodies on vacation in Hawaii won’t want to miss the annual Kona Brewers Festival! Now in its 19th year, the Brewers Festival draws thousands of visitors and has quickly become one of Hawaii’s most popular events. Each year, the area along the Kamakahonu Bay is transformed in to a lively gathering place […]

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Hawaii’s Aloha Friday!

Thanks to legislation, Hawaii has officially been known as the “Aloha State” since 1959. Heck, the Hawaii Statutes have even got an entire section on the “Aloha Spirit”! If you’re on vacation in Hawaii, you’ll often hear it used as a greeting, but you’ll soon discover that here in Hawaii, Aloha is a lifestyle. To […]

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Dragons In Hawaii?

While you won’t find real dragons on your Hawaiian vacation, you will find a unique rock formation that resembles their teeth! Located at Makaluapuna Point on Maui’s northwest shore, Hawaii’s Dragon’s Teeth is an “off-the-beaten track” type of tourist attraction that’s not to be missed. Hundreds of years ago when the West Maui volcano was […]

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The Honolulu Festival!

If your March break plans include a vacation in Hawaii, you won’t want to miss the Honolulu Festival. Now in its 20th year, the annual festival is a celebration of the various cultures that make up the Pacific region. Sponsored by the non-profit Honolulu Festival Foundation, this three day event showcases the art, culture, food […]

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Hawaii’s First Settler – The Hawaiian Monk Seal!

Known as “Ilio holo I ka uaua”, which translates to “dog that runs in rough water”, the Hawaiian Monk Seal is endemic to Hawaii and is thought have arrived here long before the first Polynesians. In fact, research suggests that the Hawaiian Monk Seal is the most primitive of all seals, and originally appeared in […]

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