Hawaii vacation deals & news: March 11, 2014

Posted: March 11th, 2014 | Comments Off

Hibiscus at sunset

Hibiscus at sunset

* When you sign up for email alerts with Hawaiian Airlines Cruise Vacations, you could win 80,000 HawaiianMiles (enough miles for two roundtrip tickets from the US mainland to Hawaii) and a seven-night cruise for two. See the entry requirements here. (Note that this sweepstakes is open to legal US residents only.)

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Aloha Friday Photo: Bursting Sunset

Posted: March 7th, 2014 | Comments Off

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Mahalo to Bernadette Kozak for sharing her lovely photo with us for Aloha Friday. Bernadette took this sunset photo from Oahu’s North Shore. It appears that the afternoon had been overcast, but the clouds seem to have given way to the bursting sun. What a lovely ending to the day!

Happy Aloha Friday!

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Is March a good time to visit Hawaii?

Posted: March 4th, 2014 | Comments Off

I’m kicking off a new series today with a month by month look at all the important information you need to help you choose when you should go to Hawaii. Since we just rolled into March over the weekend, we’ll start with March.

Before we jump into the details, I want to say that just about anytime is a great time to visit Hawaii. The temperatures are warm and generally sunny year-round. If I found the right flight deal, I wouldn’t hesitate to go to Hawaii in March.

Aloha Friday Photo: The Haleakala sunrise view that almost “shut down”

Posted: February 28th, 2014 | Comments Off



Mahalo to Trenna from Australia for sharing her lovely Haleakala sunrise photo with us. She took this photo while enjoying a a four week Hawaii vacation to celebrate her fifth wedding anniversary.

Trenna said that she had researched our site as the main source for planning their trip and making the most of their time. Catching sunrise on Haleakala was the very first thing they had planned to...
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Best things to see, do and try on Molokai

Posted: February 25th, 2014 | Comments Off


Each Hawaiian island has its own personality and attractions that make it unique. Molokai’s tagline is Hawaiian by nature. From my observation Molokai earns that reference from its untouched beauty and lack of commercialism.

There are no high-end hotels, luxury spas or signature golf courses on Molokai. Instead you’ll find miles of unspoiled coastline, valleys and mountains.

Two waterfalls visible in the verdant Halawa Valley.

Two waterfalls visible in the verdant...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Waikoloa Sunset

Posted: February 21st, 2014 | Comments Off

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Mahalo to Scott Pudwell for sharing this beautiful photo with us for our Aloha Friday Photo series. Scott took this sunset shot in November from Waikoloa — one of our favorite places to stay on Hawaii, the Big Island.

I love how the sun beams are stretching across the water. I can almost feel their warmth. Can you?

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Suggestions for taking two separate vacations on the same Hawaiian Island

Posted: February 18th, 2014 | Comments Off

The climate diversity in Hawaii is really amazing. Generally speaking, one side of each island is lush and jungle-like, while the opposite side is dry and almost always sunny. This pattern is described as the windward and leeward sides of the Hawaiian islands. When you visit Hawaii, we highly recommend you get out to explore both these sides. The contrast and diversity in such a small area is amazing.

In this article, we present some food for thought as you’re making Hawaii vacation plans. Beyond just sightseeing from the windward side to the...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Heart-Shaped Plumeria Lei

Posted: February 14th, 2014 | Comments Off

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Mahalo to ナガシマ ケンイチfor sharing this beautiful lei photo. ナガシマ ケンイチ lives in Japan and took this photo while visiting Oahu.

I love the way thatナガシマ ケンイチshaped this lei into a heart. This lei is absolutely stacked with colorful plumeria blooms. I can only imagine that the fragrance was divine.

Happy Aloha Friday and Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Hawaii Vacation News & Deals: February 13, 2014

Posted: February 13th, 2014 | Comments Off



* Hawaiian Airlines announced their new interisland turboprop service to and from Molokai and Lanai from Honolulu, beginning March 11 and March 18 respectively. This new service is called ‘Ohana by Hawaiian. With the launch of these new flights, Hawaiian is offering a special $59 each way fare sale on flights to Molokai and Lanai. For this sale, tickets must be booked by February 17 for travel...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Ocean window at Waianapanapa

Posted: February 7th, 2014 | Comments Off


Mahalo to Kelly Driscoll-Smith for sharing this neat photo with us for our Aloha Friday Photo series.

Kelly took this photo off Maui’s road to Hana at the black sand beach at  Waianapanapa State Park. As you face the ocean, on the right end of the beach, there’s a cave that’s the end of a lava tube. That’s where Kelly took this photo.

The short walk into this cave leads to this window, so to speak, from the cave out to the ocean. Take your...
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