Category Archives: Oahu Events

Hawaii Holiday Happenings 2012

With Thanksgiving just two days away, the holiday season is upon us. If you are one of the many lucky ones planning a trip to Hawaii in late-November and December, you’ll certainly find fun events and things to do to celebrate the season. My friend John Fischer, who writes at About.com’s Go Hawaii site, has prepared some excellent lists of ... Read More »

Where to stay in Hawaii for New Year’s Eve fireworks

If you’ve not already made your New Year’s Eve plans, why don’t you plan a festive trip to Hawaii to welcome in 2013? Why bundle up in winter coats, hats, scarfs and gloves to venture out for evening festivities on the mainland, when you can take a warm respite to a tropical island? Let me tell you that Hawaii sure ... Read More »

Oahu July 4th Fireworks & Celebrations 2012

Looking for fireworks for 4th of July 2018? We’ve got a great list here —> July 4th Fireworks & Events for Waikiki, Honolulu, Oahu for 2018 —– The following events are from 2012 for reference only. If you are looking for the current year’s events, see our dedicated page that we update annually – July 4th fireworks and events for Oahu. ... Read More »

Honolulu/Oahu Memorial Day Events & Activities 2012

  For 2017 events, click this link —> Oahu/Honolulu Memorial Day Weekend 2017 — Honolulu, Oahu is the place to be for Memorial Day weekend. From Punchbowl to Pearl Harbor, you’ll find meaningful ways to honor the spirit of the holiday. Wondering what’s going on?  Here are my top suggestions of where to go and what to do for Memorial Day ... Read More »

Top Oahu Festivals to Plan into Your Hawaii Vacation

If you’re hankering to go to Oahu, but not sure when to go, perhaps you’d like to go during one of the many excellent festivals. To help you, I’ve created this handy dandy list of Oahu festivals – which mixes in input from the nice folks at the Oahu Visitor’s Bureau, plus my opinion. Please note that is post was ... Read More »

Pubcon Hawaii Lands in Waikiki February 13-15

Aloha y’all, Andy here. 🙂 Just a heads up for all of our Hawaii friends–which judging by the traffic to Go Visit Hawaii, there are thousands of you–Sheila and I will be back in Waikiki this coming February. In addition to our normal efforts to bring you the best, unbiased Hawaii travel advice, we’ve both been invited to speak at ... Read More »

Oahu New Year’s Eve Fireworks At Ko Olina

This post is from 2011. Much of the event will be the same in 2012. For more information, see this link. — I just got word that Oahu’s Ko Olina Resort is planning a huge New Year’s Eve fireworks extravaganza! How huge? The sponsors are spending over $100,000 and making the fireworks visible from all four ocean lagoons. They’re also ... Read More »

Waikiki & Honolulu 2011 New Year’s Eve Fireworks, Dinners & Events

Looking for what to do New Year’s Eve this year? See our updated post by clicking the following link: Waikiki Honolulu Oahu New Year’s Eve Fireworks, Parties, Clubs & Dining Guide —- The following list is for New Year’s Eve December 31, 2011 for reference purposes only. Once again, if you are looking for the events to say aloha to ... Read More »

Waikiki Christmas 2011 Special Holiday Dining & Events

We have created an updated list for this year. Click and follow this  —> link for Waikiki Christmas events and dining — The following list is from 2011 for reference purposes only. Waikiki will be all aglow with holiday festivities this year. I’ve compiled this list of special Christmas Eve and Christmas Day brunches, dinners and buffets. Along with all ... Read More »

Grand Gingerbread Village On Display In Waikiki

An amazing gingerbread village is on display at Waikiki’s Sheraton Princess Kaiulani. It’s so dreamy and beautiful, I’d like to move into this village. Wouldn’t you? Sheraton Princess Kaiulani’s Chef Bauer, Pantry Chef Amie Tungpalan, Executive Sous Chef John Hightower and the Engineering Department estimate that they spent over 750 hours designing, constructing and setting up the final art piece.  ... Read More »

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