Hawaii vacation deals & news: October 5, 2016

Posted in Visitor Information on October 5th, 2016
North Shore Kauai

North Shore Kauai

– We’re back from an amazing trip to Kauai. If you were following along on my Instagram or our Facebook accounts, hopefully you enjoyed Kauai’s spectacular scenery. We’ll have much to share about our Kauai adventures in the coming weeks.

– Hilton properties in Hawaii are offering a free night in paradise. Stay five nights or longer and get one night free. Learn more here read the full article »

Aloha Friday Photo: Snorkeling at Captain Cook Monument

Posted in Visitor Information on September 30th, 2016

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Mahalo to Ryan Ykimoff from Grand Rapids, Michigan for sending this great snorkel view to us for Aloha Friday Photos. Ryan and his wife, Liz, are currently wrapping up a special visit — their honeymoon — to Oahu and Hawaii, the Big Island.

Ryan took this “turtle-eye-view” photo in Kealakekua Bay at the Captain Cook Monument on Hawaii Island. Here’s what he shared,

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Take me there Tuesday: To the black sand beach at Waianapanapa

Posted in Visitor Information on September 27th, 2016

6131472563_9e909951eb_zThere are so many wonderful sights in Hawaii and, then, there are truly incredible places that knock your socks off. Waianapanapa is one of those knock-your-socks-off places.

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The black sand beach at Waianapanapa is a short diversion off Maui’s winding road to Hana. It’s one of the must-see stops that we include in our road to Hana advice.

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Aloha Friday Photo: “A truly magical and peaceful place”

Posted in Visitor Information on September 23rd, 2016

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Mahalo to Jose Cerda for sharing this tropical scene on Maui with us for Aloha Friday Photos. He commented that Maui is “a truly magical and peaceful place to visit!!!” Yes, it certainly is!

Happy Aloha Friday!

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When do flowers bloom in Hawaii?

Posted in Visitor Information on September 19th, 2016
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A tropical garden on Lanai. This photo was taken in winter 2016.

Hawaii’s weather is summer-like all through the year. Even during the “chilliest” months of January and February, daytime highs average in the upper 70s or lower 80s in Fahrenheit. (That translates to around 26/27 degrees Celsius.) With this lovely warm weather, the Hawaiian Islands make a great home for tropical flowers to bloom all through the year.

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