Photos, video tour and review: Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina

Posted in Visitor Information on February 19th, 2019

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina is a relaxing and luxurious place to stay on Oahu. This photo and video tour/review is designed to help you to get a feel for this resort as you are making your Oahu accommodation decisions.

A little history

Four Seasons Oahu at Ko Olina occupies the same grounds and building as the former JW Marriott Ihilani. In our opinion, since the resort has converted to a Four Seasons resort in 2016,...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Heart Rock Maui

Posted in Visitor Information on February 15th, 2019

Mahalo to Lisa Seyfried of Nelson, British Columbia for sharing this Aloha Friday Photo. Lisa’s photo captures the heart-shaped hole in the lava cliff.

This heart rock is located on the northwest side of Maui near the Nakalele Blowhole. If you go here, please use caution on the trail and keep a very safe distance from the blowhole.

Happy Aloha Friday!

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4K Aerial Tour of Oahu’s Stunning Beauty

Posted in Visitor Information on February 12th, 2019

On our last visit to Oahu, we decided to put together a video that would show you a side of Hawaii you may not yet have seen: from the air!

We used our GoPro and DJI Mavic Drone to put together an aerial tour of Oahu in stunning 4K ultra-HD! In addition to the drone footage, we also climbed aboard the Magnum PI helicopter tour of Oahu for a doors-off experience that allowed us to capture stunning scenes without any glare from the glass!

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Aloha Friday Photo: Sunset from Drums of Pacific Luau

Posted in Visitor Information on February 8th, 2019

Mahalo to Codi Rothgarn for sharing this lovely Aloha Friday Photo with us. Codi took this shot in February 2018 from the Drums of the Pacific Luau on Maui. It appears that this beautiful scene may have been stealing the show at this moment.

If you are planning to go to a luau on your Hawaii vacation, you might find our article on how to plan and what to expect at a luau to be helpful.

Happy Aloha Friday!

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Take me there Tuesday: Hanapepe, Kauai

Posted in Visitor Information on February 5th, 2019

Historic Hanapepe is a charming town the southwest side of Kauai. You’ll likely pass through it on Highway 50 on your way to and from Waimea Canyon. (See this Google Map with Hanapepe identified.) Though small, Hanapepe does have a few attractions making a stop here worthwhile.

One of Hanapepe’s most famous landmarks is their historic swinging bridge that connects the two sides of the Hanapepe River. This suspension bridge was originally built in 1911 and then rebuilt in 1992 after sustaining damage in Hurricane Iniki.

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