Posts Tagged ‘what to do oahu’

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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Hawaii Inspired Jeweler, Misa Hamamoto

Hawaii Hideaways is proud to begin a series on our favorite local artisans.  Hawaii is such a naturally beautiful location it inspires many to express their creativity.  Our featured jewelry maker is Misa Hamamoto.  Misa was raised on the islands of Hawaii and Micronesia.  Misa utilizes the almost lost art of wax casting to create […]

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Great Aloha Run!

Congratulations to the athletes in the 2012 Great Aloha Run!  Over 21,180 particpants competed on Presidents day in the 8.15 Mile run thru Honolulu from Aloha Tower to Aloha Stadium. Local resident of Honolulu, Dany Malley is the unofficial winner as of todays post!  Train and visit Oahu for next year, 2013 Great Aloha Run and rest in […]

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Fat Tuesday in Honolulu

Today is the day! If you are on Oahu check out the Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras celebration happening tonight at Aloha Tower in Downtown Honolulu.  With stages, food and a bead giveaway you might forget you are in the middle of the Pacific rather than the streets of New Orleans.  Some of the entertainment includes a Brazilian […]

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Local Oahu Surfer Wins Infamous Pipeline Pro

Young John John Florence wins the 2012 Pipeline Pro.  John John grew up surfing the waves of Oahu’s North Shore.  When he was a boy locals and visitors could see him walking around Haleiwa town with board in hand.  If you would like to experience the laid back island vibe of Oahu, contact Hawaii Hideaways for luxury […]

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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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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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Waimea Valley Park….North Shore, Oahu

We here at Hawaii Hideaways recommends you stop by for a visit. It is a place of beauty and knowledge. Located on the North Shore of Oahu, this is most definitely one place every visitor should experience. Waimea Valley Park, in ancient times, this 1,800-acre park was thought to be a place of healing by […]

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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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