Mahalo to Nancy Claus for sharing this excellent lava flow photo with us for Aloha Friday Photo, She took this photo on Hawaii (Big) Island. Nancy said this about her photo, “The coastal lava flows near Kalapana – the creation of Earth in progress. What an amazing sight to see new land being created.” Seeing volcano activity is one of ... Read More »
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A trip to Kauai is not complete without admiring the majestic Na Pali Coast by land, air and/or sea and a morning snorkel sail with Kauai Sea Tours is a great way to see by sea! After check-in, the 5.5-hour catamaran tour departs from Port Allen Marina Center from the small Kauai town of Ele’ele. Once aboard the Lucky Lady and after ... Read More »
Mahalo to Hayley for sharing this dreamy Waikiki photo with us for Aloha Friday Photos. When she shared this photo earlier this month, here’s what Hayley had to say: Back in my natural habitat: on an island surrounded by palm trees, the sun and the beach. Welcome to Waikiki! Happy Aloha Friday! Read More »
Hau’oli La Aloha — that’s the Hawaiian way to wish a Happy Valentine’s Day. The literal translation is Happy Day [of] Love. Learn more about this phrase and how to pronounce it in our Hawaiian Valentine’s Day post. Read More »
Mahalo to Virginia Kavanaugh who sent this beautiful shot for Aloha Friday Photos. This flower appears to be a hibiscus that’s in the process of opening. Laura noted that this flower was among many that were blooming along the shores of Pearl Harbor. Happy Aloha Friday! Read More »
– Hawaiian Airlines’s newest sweepstakes includes a grand prize of 140,000 HawaiianMiles for two roundtrip tickets, four nights at Wailea Beach Resort Marriott and dinner for two. You must be a legal resident of the US to win. See this link for more information and to enter to win. – Our activities partner, Funlocity, has recently added tours and activities ... Read More »
Mahalo to Robin Gonzalez for sharing this pretty Hawaii coast scene with us for Aloha Friday Photos. She snapped this photo while on a hike. Views like these can certainly inspire you to hike longer and more often than your norm. Happy Aloha Friday! Read More »
A visit to the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor is high on the bucket list for many first-time Hawaii visitors. As you probably know, Pearl Harbor is on Oahu, but you don’t have plan your entire Hawaii vacation on Oahu in order to see Pearl Harbor. You can easily see Pearl Harbor, plus a whole lot more, on a ... Read More »
Mahalo to Curt Vogelsang for sending this nice shot from Lanikai Beach on Oahu. Curt share a bit of philosophy with this scene: “It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it. It’s not what you see, it’s how you see it. It’s not how your life is, it’s how you live it.” You can be like the guy ... Read More »
Do you plan Hawaii vacation activities before your trip or just book them when you get there? That’s a question we hear quite often. We always recommend booking your vacation activities ahead of your trip. Reasons why you should book activities before your vacation: 1. Your time in Hawaii is limited, so why waste it researching and booking activities? If ... Read More »
Hawaii Vacation Tips & Tricks
- Do you plan Hawaii vacation activities before your trip or just book them when you get there? That’s a question we hear quite often. We always recommend booking your vacation activities ahead of your trip. Reasons why you should book activities before your vacation: 1. Your time in Hawaii is limited, so why waste it researching and booking activities? If you invest the time into your planning before your trip, you won’t spend precious vacation ... Read More »