How long does it take to fly to Hawaii?

Posted in Visitor Information on November 6th, 2017

When you find Hawaii on a map or globe, you begin to understand how remote these islands are — way out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The next question most first-time prospective Hawaii visitors have is — how long are the flights to Hawaii? Of course, that depends on your departure city. We’ve selected a sampling of major cities and researched to find the shortest flight time to Honolulu.

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Aloha Friday Photo: Approaching Oahu

Posted in Visitor Information on November 3rd, 2017

Mahalo to Erica Marcotte for sharing this view from the wing with us for Aloha Friday Photos. From Erica’s photo, you can see the Ko Olina lagoons and the Waianae Mountain Range. This view is often seen from the left side of the plane as flights approach to land at Honolulu International Airport. After many hours of flying, the first views of Oahu are a very welcomed sight.

Happy Aloha Friday!

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Where to stay if you want to see Pearl Harbor

Posted in Visitor Information on October 31st, 2017

Pearl Harbor’s top two attractions — USS Battleship Missouri Memorial (left) and USS Arizona Memorial (right)

With it’s rich history, many visitors want to see Pearl Harbor as part of their Hawaii vacation. That was the case for us when we first visited Hawaii and it’s a common priority I hear from our readers.

Often times, people refer to Pearl Harbor in a very general sense, but there are multiple attractions in this famous location.

Aloha Friday Photo: A honeymoon room with a view

Posted in Visitor Information on October 27th, 2017

Mahalo to Cindy Grimmie for sharing this honeymoon memory with us for Aloha Friday Photos. Here’s what she tells us about this sunset shot:

This was taken May 16th of this year from our room at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort   This is how our honeymoon started! Just beautiful!

Yes, what a beautiful way to start a Hawaii honeymoon with a sunset view like this one.

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Take me there Tuesday: Dragon’s Teeth, Maui

Posted in Visitor Information on October 24th, 2017

Maui has many jaw-dropping coastline views, but at one of them you may feel like you’re actually in a jaw. When you visit Dragon’s Teeth in Kapalua on Maui, it’s like being in the lower jaw of a giant dragon with the jagged rocks resembling the shape of large, sharp teeth.

The walk to Dragon’s Teeth is a relatively short and easy — taking roughly five to...
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