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Where to snorkel on Oahu away from the crowds

Today we have a guest post from Ken Muise, a resident of Oahu and snorkel enthusiast. — Most of the time when I read an article about snorkeling in Hawaii, it always comes down to two main places that people head to: Hanauma Bay and Shark’s Cove (Pupukea Beach Park). Those two places are great and they truly do have ... Read More »

Reader review: Maui Nei Native Expeditions

Today we have a wonderful reader submitted review from Hawaii fans Marco and Laura. This lovely couple travel to Hawaii all the way from Italy! They’ve visited the Hawaiian Islands several times and are currently planning for a return visit in 2016.  — During our splendid week on Kaanapali Beach, my husband and I were lucky enough to have an ... Read More »

Top luxury hotels you must visit in Hawaii

Guest writer, Alicia Lawrence, highlights Hawaii’s top luxury hotels and resorts. These properties and their amenities will wow you. Even if these resorts may be outside of your budget, Alicia suggests ways visitors can enjoy the luxurious surroundings. You don’t have to be a hotel guest in order to enjoy the spas and restaurants at high-end Hawaii resorts.  No Hawaiian vacation – ... Read More »

What you need to know before booking a Hawaii cruise

Considering a cruise to Hawaii? You’ll appreciate today’s guest post written by a cruise expert, Erica Kritt. This post discusses the difference between U.S. and foreign flagged ships along with the advantages of each option.  If you are planning a visit to Hawaii, a cruise affords you a great way of seeing the 50th state. You can sail from island ... Read More »

Oahu North Shore Shopping Guide

Today we have a guest post from Lauren Jennings, who has been living and working on Oahu’s North Shore recently. She provides us with her unique perspective on the best places to shop in Haleiwa to discover the true North Shore vibe. Of course you’ll probably work up an appetite while shopping, so Lauren also gives us great suggestions of ... Read More »

Hilo- Hawaii’s Foodie Heaven

The following is a guest post by Bret Love of ecotourism and environmental conservation website Green Global Travel, which you can also find on Facebook and Twitter. Brett’s trip to Hawaii, the Big Island was sponsored by the Big Island Visitors Bureau. While other parts of Hawaii become increasingly overrun with development, Hilo remains a relatively unspoiled tropical haven of ... Read More »

Five Adventures to Spice Up Your Hawaiian Vacation

We have a guest post today written by Donna Hull — a baby boomer travel expert. Donna shares her ideas for adventurous activities for Kauai and the Big Island.  Is lounging on a beach to the soothing sounds of the surf crashing onto shore your idea of a Hawaiian vacation? Or, perhaps you picture yourself sipping a tropical drink as the sun ... Read More »

Photo Compilation: Cruise Ship Hawaii

This article is brought to you by Jo from Everything Cruises blog. She’s part of a team of writers delivering nautical delights to your inbox: fascinating cruise facts, smart tips that will save you money and what NOT to do when you step aboard. Sign up for blog updates and follow Everything Cruises on Twitter @CruisingBlog. Hawaii is paradise found. ... Read More »

Signs You’re Overworked, Stressed Out And In Desperate Need Of A Hawaii Vacation

It’s no surprise more and more people are overworked. But the sad part is: most people don’t even know it. While it might be obvious that your friends, family and co-workers are overworked, it’s time you looked in the mirror. Photo credit: ChrisHaysPhotography Seven Signs You’re Overworked Sign 1: You Don’t Spend Enough Time With Family and Friends Can’t remember ... Read More »

Guest Post: Why We Chose Hawaii for Our Honeymoon

Today, we have a great guest post written by Rachael Garrison. She and her husband Eric have a website with cool Hawaii honeymoon planning ideas at My Hawaii Honeymoon. — It was one year before our wedding date, and we had all the basic wedding plans laid out: the dress, the ceremony, the caterer, the flowers…the list goes on and ... Read More »

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