Posts Tagged ‘Hawaii beaches’

How the Shutdown Impacts Hawaii

First, the good news: Despite the federal government shutdown, Hawaii is open. The airports continue to hum with activity; county- and state-run parks and beaches continue to host flocks of tourists and locals alike; and trails continue to feel the press of hiking boots. Bonus: Pearl Harbor and The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor and […]

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Hawaii’s North Shore, High Surf Advisory!

Hawaii Hideaways wants to be the first to inform you! Most of the state is under a high-surf advisory until 6 a.m. Tuesday, with North Shore waves expected to reach 18 to 24 feet, per the National Service Department. The advisory covers North and West shores of Oahu, Kauai, Maui, Molokai and Niihau, with surf on […]

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New York Times did a great story on Kailua Hawaii in this Sundays Travel section: http://travel.nytimes.com/2011/09/04/travel/return-to-kailua-hawaii.html?scp=1&sq=my%20kailua&st=cse

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Sun, Surf and Sea! Catch a Wave with Oahu’s “Hawaiian Fire Surf”

Planning a Hawaii vacation? Are you adventurous? Do you want to learn something new? Are you an ocean lover? If your answer is yes to these questions and if your vacation destination is the beautiful island of Oahu, then you most definitely want Hawaiian Fire Surf to teach you how to surf! Accommodating,  fun, knowledgeable […]

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Shipwreck Beach, Lanai – HAWAII!

Hawaii Hideaways knows it’s no surprise that Lanai’s beaches are some of the most popular attractions on the island. Hawaii Hideaways feels you would enjoy this unbelievable adventure! because Shipwreck Beach is certainly one of the most interesting beaches on Lanai, making it a great beach to add to your Lanai vacation itinerary. Stretching for eight miles along […]

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Kauai Plantation Railway Kid friendly, family fun!!!!

Hawaii Hideaways is pleased to present this fabulous, kid friendly activity for those on Kauai or planning to visit. Kilohana’s newest visitor attraction the  “Kauai Plantation Railway” recreates the days when steam powered narrow gauge trains moved the harvested cane from field to mill, and raw sugar from mill to the wharf for shipment. Once […]

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Kona Stories…History of Kona told through diaries and letters from residents of old Kona

Hawaii Hideaways would like to share with you this spectacular event taking place through July, 29,2010 at the H.N. Greenwell Store Museum in Kealakekua, Thursdays 10:30 a.m. – noon. Free admission. If you need more information on this event, please call (808) 323-3222. Trained storytellers and special guests bring Kona’s interesting history to life in […]

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Lanikai Beach Park

Location:Mokolua Drive Kailua, HI Lanikai Beach Park is one of the smaller beach parks on the island. However, this half mile sandy beach has won numerous awards for one of the best beaches. The rare turquoise blue water is my favorite character of this beach. Beach goers enjoy the swimmable waters and tide pools. Kayakers […]

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Oneloa “Ironwood” Beach

Location: Lower Honoapiilani Hwy just north of Kapalua Bay Resort & Shops. Oneloa “Ironwoods” Beach is a quiet and generally uncrowded white sandy beach. Private estates and the Kapalua Golf Course border the beach and access. A delightful location for a nice stroll while enjoying superb views of Molokai. Local surfers and bodyboarders entertain themselves […]

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Hanakao’o “Canoe” Beach

Location: Just before the Ka’anapali Resorts on Honoapiilani Highway (Hwy 30) This beach was given it’s name as it is one of Maui’s main canoe practice sites. This long stretch of beach extends to other popular spots fronting the resorts. Canoe beach is definitely a local favorite. Enjoy the playful waves, catch a few sun […]

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