Aloha Friday Photo: Spectacular Green

Posted in Visitor Information on July 22nd, 2016

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Mahalo to Joe West for sharing this spectacular shot with is for Aloha Friday Photos. This “eagle”-eye view is of the stunning 12th green of Lanai’s Manele Golf Course managed by the luxurious Four Seasons Resort Lanai. (See our overview of Four Seasons Resort Lanai.) We can’t imagine any other green that’s “on par” with this one.  

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Will it rain during my Hawaii vacation? (and other Hawaii rainfall questions answered)

Posted in Visitor Information on July 20th, 2016

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In Hawaii, just like anywhere else in the world, rain can be very unpredictable. In this article, we want to address some frequently asked questions about rain in Hawaii.

1. I’m looking at the forecast and I see raindrops every day. How much rain will I actually experience?

Rainfall levels are different for each island and even within the microclimates of each island. For example the windward (north and east) sides of each island tend to get more rain than the leeward (south and...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Swimming with a whale shark

Posted in Visitor Information on July 15th, 2016

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Mahalo to Jackson Willett‎ for sending this amazing photo to us for Aloha Friday Photos. Jackson got the awesome experience of swimming with this whale shark at Puako Bay on Hawaii, the Big Island. What a great shot!

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Hawaii vacation news & deals: July 11, 2016

Posted in Visitor Information on July 11th, 2016

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* The recent lava activity on Hawaii, the Big Island, continues to thrill viewers. After the lava reached the pali (hill) it advanced rapidly down to the coastal plain. Most recent reports indicate that the lava is about a half of a mile from the ocean. Currently, the best view of the lava is from the Hawaii County Lava Viewing area, which is open from 3pm to 9pm daily. See this link for a map of the area...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Waimea Canyon Rainbow

Posted in Visitor Information on July 8th, 2016

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Mahalo to Patty Ethridge for sending in this lovely rainbow shot to us for Aloha Friday Photos. Patty took this photo at one of the many views of Kauai’s Waimea Canyon, which is one of the must-see Kauai attractions.

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