Go Visit Hawaii’s 8th annual contest to predict the season’s 1st humpback whale sighting

Posted in Visitor Information on August 14th, 2017

Right now, humpback whales are swimming in the cool, food rich waters of Alaska fueling up for their long journey to Hawaii. Though the peak of the humpback whale season runs from January through March, a few anxious whales can’t wait that long and arrive even sooner. Who can blame them?

The first humpback whale sighting is always an exciting time in Hawaii. Hawaii residents love these winter visitors.

It’s time for our 8th annual contest to predict the first humpback whale sighting. It’s...
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Go Visit Hawaii’s 8th annual contest to predict the season’s 1st humpback whale sighting

Posted in Visitor Information on August 14th, 2017

Right now, humpback whales are swimming in the cool, food rich waters of Alaska fueling up for their long journey to Hawaii. Though the peak of the humpback whale season runs from January through March, a few anxious whales can’t wait that long and arrive even sooner. Who can blame them?

The first humpback whale sighting is always an exciting time in Hawaii. Hawaii residents love these winter visitors.

It’s time for our 8th annual contest to predict the first humpback whale sighting. It’s...
read the full article »

Aloha Friday Photo: Ko Olina Lagoon Scene

Posted in Visitor Information on August 11th, 2017

Mahalo to Robin Irvine for sharing this pretty Ko Olina beach scene with us for Aloha Friday Photos.

The sheltered lagoons of Ko Olina are beautiful and fun for swimming, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Learn more about this Oahu resort area from our Ko Olina post.

Happy Aloha Friday!

The post Aloha Friday Photo: Ko Olina Lagoon Scene appeared first on Go Visit Hawaii.

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Aloha Friday Photo: Ko Olina Lagoon Scene

Posted in Visitor Information on August 11th, 2017

Mahalo to Robin Irvine for sharing this pretty Ko Olina beach scene with us for Aloha Friday Photos.

The sheltered lagoons of Ko Olina are beautiful and fun for swimming, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Learn more about this Oahu resort area from our Ko Olina post.

Happy Aloha Friday!

The post Aloha Friday Photo: Ko Olina Lagoon Scene appeared first on Go Visit Hawaii.

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Reminder: Avoid leaving valuables unattended in Hawaii

Posted in Visitor Information on August 7th, 2017

The sticker inside the trunk of this Kauai rental car reads, ” DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLES IN TRUNK”

After reading recent this news about about a UFC Champion’s bad experience with a car break in on Maui, I thought it was time for a fresh reminder for us all — don’t leave valuables unattended in Hawaii.

Though this incident made the news because of the celebrity nature of the victim, car break ins are an unfortunate problem...
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