Hawaii Vacation Deals & News: December 14, 2011

Posted: December 14th, 2011 | Comments Off

Outrigger Canoes

* Hawaiian Airlines has some nice sale fares again – like $298 roundtrip from San Jose to Maui. You need to book by December 19 for travel between January 5 – March 14, 2012.

* SpeediShuttle is now the exclusive on-demand shuttle service at Honolulu International Airport. Arriving passengers can book door-to-door service to any destination point between Kahala and Ko Olina on Oahu at designated kiosks strategically located throughout the terminals or through greeters dressed in aloha attire...
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Special Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve on Hawaii’s Big Island

Posted: December 13th, 2011 | Comments Off

Hawaii fireworks

If you’re going to Hawaii’s Big Island for New Year’s Eve, you’ll find festive celebrations that will surely create a memorable evening. Here are some of the top places to welcome in 2012 from the Big Island’s Kohala Coast.

* Mauna Lani Bay Hotel’s beachside restaurant CanoeHouse will offer a lovely five-course dinner from 5:30pm until 10pm. (Use this link and scroll to last page to see the menu.)...
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Finding the Best Big Island Restaurants – Now with Updates

Posted: December 13th, 2011 | Comments Off
Breakfast on the lanai at Mauna Lani

Private breakfast on the lanai at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel

After our recent visit to the Big Island of Hawaii, we’ve updated our recommendations of where to dine in Hawaii.

Though the Big Island restaurant post was originally published in 2008, we do update it regularly. We aim to try as many new places as we can, which...
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Maui & Lanai New Year’s Eve Fireworks & Events 2011/2012

Posted: December 12th, 2011 | Comments Off

Manele fireworks

Are you going to Maui or Lanai for New Year’s Eve? If you are, you’ll surely have a fantastic time! Between these two islands you’ll find festive dinners, music and fireworks filling up the night sky.

Here’s what you will find to help you make your New Year’s Eve plans.

New Year’s Eve Fireworks

* I’ve confirmed that there will be midnight fireworks on Lanai at Hulopoe Beach by Four Seasons Lanai at...
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Go Visit Hawaii Has Been Nominated! Will You Please Vote?

Posted: December 12th, 2011 | Comments Off


We are tickled pink to be nominated among an elite group of 24 favorite travel blogs! Thank you for nominating us!

If you have enjoyed reading Go Visit Hawaii, we’d really be honored if you would take a few seconds to vote for us. Follow this link to vote for your favorite travel blog personality.  From there, it’s two quick clicks to vote. We’re about half way down the list.

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Lava Is Entering the Ocean in the Kalapana Area Once Again!

Posted: December 11th, 2011 | Comments Off

Per YouTuber VolcanoDiscoveryHI , lava began entering the ocean on Friday, December 9 at 6:15pm and he was there to capture it with this video.

(Email subscribers: click here to access the video. )

With lava flowing down the pali (hill) in rivers and lava entering the ocean, it’s an exciting time to be on Hawaii’s Big Island! If you’re going, make sure you check out my advice for viewing the Big Island lava flow. I also recommend you arrange a helicopter tour to the...
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Four Seasons Resort Lanai Unveils Lanai Gingerbread City Today

Posted: December 10th, 2011 | Comments Off

Gingerbread village at Koele 

I normally provide my own commentary about events, but since the folks at Four Seasons Resort Lanai have done such a great job describing their gingerbread city, I thought I’d share the press release directly from them.

Four Seasons Resort Lana’i, The Lodge at Koele is sharing sweet tidings with the creation of the Lana’i Gingerbread City. Inspired by Lana’i City’s charming plantation-style architecture, Executive Pastry Chef read the full article »

Aloha Friday Photo: Hawaiian Sandman

Posted: December 9th, 2011 | Comments Off

Though some of us may have been making snowmen on the mainland, Oahu photographer Lysandra made this cute sandman. With winter approaching, wouldn’t we all want to trade the snow for warm Hawaiian sand?

Mahalo to Lysandra of Lysandra Cook Photography for sharing her photo with us!

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Waikiki & Honolulu 2011/2012 New Year’s Eve Fireworks, Dinners & Events

Posted: December 8th, 2011 | Comments Off

Waikiki Fireworks from Hilton Hawaiian Village

Waikiki and Honolulu will be an exciting places to celebrate New Year’s Eve this year with fireworks, fine dining  and dancing! Tropical weather and being near the surf, sand and palm trees will only enhance your celebration. What a great place to bid a fond farewell to 2011 and welcome in 2012 with aloha!

After many hours of emails, phone calls and searches, I’ve  compiled...
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Hot Hawaii Lava News

Posted: December 7th, 2011 | Comments Off

Hawaii lava flowing downhill

Once again lava is rapidly flowing down the pali (hill) towards the Kalapana area on Hawaii’s Big Island. Lava hasn’t reached the ocean yet, but it appears to be well on its way!

I have seen lava flowing down the pali at night in 2008 and it is an incredible sight. It’s like something you might see out of a blockbuster movie, but it’s absolutely real. Hearing that the lava is flowing like this once again makes me want...
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