Monthly Archives: May 2009

Arts & Culture Events Across Hawaii For June 2009

If you’re headed to Hawaii this June, you’ll find loads of special arts and cultural celebrations on the islands. Many of these excellent events and festivals are free. So, let’s take a look at the list of what you’ll find happening on each island. HAWAII’S BIG ISLAND Celebration of Hula – “Na ‘olelo o ka pu‘uwai”(June 6 from 5 p.m. ... Read More »

Hawaii Vacation Photography Advice From The Experts

When we vacation in Hawaii, we want to bring back as many memories as possible.  Of course, capturing a few great photos can help us jog our memories as well as show our friends and neighbors what a beautiful place it is. While Hawaii is inherently photogenic, I want you to bring back better than good Hawaii vacation photos. I ... Read More »

Finding Kids Club Vacation Programs In Hawaii

When you take the family on vacation and spend every moment together, you’d like a break, right? The good news is that you can find many great day camp vacation programs across Hawaii. These programs are designed to be both fun and educational. While the kids are playing, making crafts, and learning about Hawaiian culture and sea life, mom and ... Read More »

Hawaii Vacation Deals & News Roundup for May 22, 2009

Ah, isn’t it nice to know we have a nice long Memorial Day weekend ahead of us?  Before we take off for the weekend, let’s look at these Hawaii vacation news nuggets. * Dr. Stephen Letterman (a.k.a. Dr. Beach) issues his annual list of top US beaches before Memorial Day weekend each year. Hawaii beaches claim two spots on the ... Read More »

Hawaii In Contrasts: Sunny vs. Stormy Day

These photos show the contrasts of a calm sunny day with a stormy rainy day from Sugar Beach Resort in Kihei on Maui. The photos show the same view, but on different days.   Mahalo to Go Visit Hawaii reader, David from, for sharing these photos for our Hawaii in contrasts series. Read More »

Hawaii Vacation Deals & News Roundup for May 20, 2009

It’s time again for another deals and news roundup. * Here’s an excellent article from Seattle’s Parent Map that’s  filled with ideas on how to save money on a Maui family vacation. * One of the best Hawaii luxury deals I’ve seen in a while is this one to stay at Maui’s Kapalua Ritz-Carlton for $299 per night. In addition ... Read More »

Airfare Sale to Hawaii from D.C. Richmond, and Baltimore Areas

If you can fly from Washington D.C., Richmond, and Baltimore areas, you can fly to Honolulu from $169 one way. Here are some additional one-way sale fares that you can find: – Washington, D.C.-Maui  $178 – Baltimore-Maui  $178 – Washington, D.C.-Kona $186 – Richmond-Maui $272 – Richmond-Kona $283 The sale is through United Airlines. To get the lowest fares, you ... Read More »

Lanikai Beach – One of Oahu’s Most Beautiful Beaches

With powdery white sand and many shades of ocean blue, Lanikai Beach is a stunner for sure. From this beach you can cast your gaze across the water to rest your eyes on the Mokulua Islands. Lanikai is the kind of beach that beacons you to stay, play and absorb the scenery. Even if you don’t have an hour or ... Read More »

What to do in Honolulu/Oahu for Memorial Day

For 2015 events, go to Honolulu/Oahu Memorial Day Events & Activities 2015. — The following list is for 2009 for reference purposes only.  For 2015 events, go to Honolulu/Oahu Memorial Day Events & Activities 2015. With Oahu’s rich military history, your bound to find some very meaningful activities to do for the Memorial Day Weekend holiday. If you are staying ... Read More »

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