Posts Tagged ‘oahu tourism’

ARTafterDARK – Honolulu with a dash of NYC

Remember those boring class trips to the museum? Well this is nothing like them! The only thing better than soaking up a bit of the arts and culture scene is doing it with a cocktail in one hand, and some great food in the other while a DJ spins in the background. Not just for […]

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Kailua Beach Park

Location: 450 Kawailoa Road, East O’ahu Kailua Beach Park is a popular spot for both locals and visitors. Its one mile distance and wide sandy beach offers ample space for a relaxing sun session or a recreational scene for a friendly game.This is also one of the best windsurfing locations! Convenient surf shops across the […]

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Maui Slam…Come see our local poets and artists do their thing!

In 2010 Maui Slam events will continue at Casanova in Makawao on the last Thursday of every month at 9:30pm.. Poets, spoken word artists, emcees of all levels, and anyone bold enough to step up to the mic and present their original work of three minutes or less are encouraged to compete for the $100 cash prize. This unique, […]

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Ehukai Beach Park

Location: 59-337 Ke-Nui Road, North O’ahu Ehukai Beach Park is strictly for the adventurous and thrill seekers. The turbulent waves arrive during the winter months creating the immense and dangerous pipeline. The Professional surfers challenge their skills to ride the raging swells, creating one of the most spectacular sites to witness! During the summer months […]

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Ala Moana Beach Park

Location: 1201 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96814 Ala Moana Beach Park stretches over 70 acres of prime oceanfront land made up of picnic areas, nice shady areas provided by the banyan trees and facilities to accommodate a gathering of any size. Water conditions are generally swimmable in the designated areas. Daily posts and lifeguards […]

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Hanauma Bay

Location: Kalanianaole Hwy eastbound for 10 miles. Park entrance will be on the right. Hanauma Bay is one the best offshore snorkeling sites throughout the islands! It has won world recognition for its surplus marine life and superb conditions. A large outer reef protects the reserve from the possible high surf in the summer. This […]

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Waikiki Beach

Location: Kalakaua Ave and Kaiulani Ave, Honolulu, HI 96805 Waikiki Beach Park is one of Hawaii’s most visited beaches. This two mile stretch of sandy beach has a wonderful atmosphere with endless possibilities of a beach goers desires. Water sports and rentals are steps away to experience a surf lesson, parasail or a canoe adventure. […]

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Bellow’s Beach Park

Location: Southeastern shore of Oahu near Waimanalo Bellows Beach Park’s crystal clear waters and soft white sandy beach is enjoyed by surfers, body boarders and picnic goers from all over the island. Native trees line the beach offering shady areas and protection for the desired. You will find many beach travelers will take joy in […]

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Sandy Beach Park

Location: 8808 Kalanianaole Hwy, Honolulu, HI 96806 Sandy Beach Park is one of the several infamous beaches known for its roaring swells during the winter months. Water conditions are far from calm and extreme caution is to be taken at all times. A strong rip tide current is present at Kawaakio cove, just to the […]

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Haleiwa Beach Park

Location: Haleiwa town on Oahu’s North Shore Haleiwa Beach Park is a little park located in the heart of Haleiwa town. There’s a small sweep of sand with a rocky shallow bottom. It’s mostly utilized as a kayak launching site or popular for the canoe paddling community to entertain races. Lifeguards, picnic areas and full […]

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