Hawaii vacation deals & news: September 5, 2018

Posted in Visitor Information on September 5th, 2018

– We’re happy to report that Hawaii Volcanoes National Park plans to reopen! After experiencing hundreds of earthquakes and other risks, the area around Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has settled for the moment. Officials announced a goal of reopening some of the closed areas by September 22. You can follow the recovery efforts at this link. From this collection of photos, you can get an idea of the damages/changes to the park.

– Other than some localized flooding,...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Colorful Waikiki Beach Scene

Posted in Visitor Information on August 31st, 2018

Mahalo to Sandra Lankowski for sharing this Aloha Friday Photo with us. She took this photo while visiting Oahu in September of last year. It appears that Sandra enjoyed a picture perfect day with bright blue skies and ocean colors along with the red and yellow umbrellas dotted on the sand.

Happy Aloha Friday!

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Hawaii cultural festivals & special events: September – December 2018

Posted in Visitor Information on August 29th, 2018

With fall airfare to Hawaii being on sale, it’s the perfect time to plan to a getaway and perhaps experience one of the Aloha State’s cultural festivals. We’ll list what’s in store for the months of September, October, November and December. We’ve organized this list of top events in chronological order by date. The islands will be noted as well as any available links for further information. Note that some festivals have scattered dates and/or have various events over several days.

A note about...
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Hurricane Lane in Hawaii

Posted in Visitor Information on August 24th, 2018

Normally on Fridays we post a happy Hawaii vacation photo from a reader. In light of the hurricane that’s passing near Hawaii, we felt that posting our usual Aloha Friday Photo would be insensitive to the residents of Hawaii.

Thankfully, the eye of the hurricane did not hit the islands, however the outer bands have brought dangerous winds and rain.

To keep...
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Take me there Tuesday: Pipiwai Trail, Maui

Posted in Visitor Information on August 21st, 2018

Waimoku Falls

Driving Maui’s delightful road to Hana (and beyond) can be an action packed day. With so much to see and do, it’s challenging to budget your time, but if you are up for a hike, the Pipiwai Trail is one that’s worth your time. (Allow between 2 to 2.5 hours to complete this 4-mile hike.)

The trail goes past banyan...
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