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Savings On UnCruise Programs In Hawai‘i

Savings On UnCruise Programs In Hawai‘i Savings are now available for those who book a cruise with a difference through the Hawaiian Islands. The UnCruise Adventures cruise line is offering up to US$1,000 per couple in savings on its adventure cruise programs throughout the world, including Hawai‘i. In celebration of its first... more ›
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Hula Artistry At The Kapu‘uola Festival

Hula Artistry At The Kapu‘uola Festival A two-day festival of hula dancing is scheduled to take place at a sacred site in Oahu in early April. The Kapu‘uola Hula Festival will feature performances by several hālau hula (hula schools) and live Hawaiian music entertainment. It will be staged at the pā hula (hula mound) at Pu‘u... more ›
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Remote Hikes Of Hawai‘i By Paradise Copters

Remote Hikes Of Hawai‘i By Paradise Copters Paradise Helicopters, based on the Island of Hawai‘i, is offering a new exclusive remote landing and hiking experience in the Kohala Mountains of Hawai‘i. The Kohala Remote Hike Experience includes a private landing at a location deep in the mountains to enjoy a moderate one-km hike led... more ›
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Hawaiian Culture Grows At Kā‘anapali Hotel

Hawaiian Culture Grows At Kā‘anapali Hotel The popular Kā‘anapali Beach Hotel, known as “Hawai‘i’s most Hawaiian hotel,” has announced the launch of the “Kealaula” project, which will further enhance the presence of Hawaiian culture throughout the property. Launching in spring 2020, the US$65 million property... more ›
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Anniversary Deals By Trump Hotel Waikiki

Anniversary Deals By Trump Hotel Waikiki The 10th anniversary of the Trump International Hotel Waikiki was actually in 2019, but a vacation offer to mark that occasion continues to be available well into 2020. The "Celebrating 10 Years of Trump Waikiki" anniversary package includes accommodations in a one-, two- or three-bedroom... more ›
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Taking Care Of Mother Nature

Hā’ena State Park Reopens With Protective Plan

Taking Care Of Mother Nature The beauty of Hā’ena State Park on the island of Kauai is so well known that its popularity is becoming an issue. As more visitors come to see the stunning beach coves and dramatic cliffs of the park, intensive trail usage and car parking have become problems. But that situation is being... more ›
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Hip Vibe At Historic Waikiki Hotel

Hip Vibe At Historic Waikiki Hotel White Sands Hotel, a classic Waikiki Beach property, has been renovated for modern travellers and is aiming to tap into the Bamboo Bar lounge culture of the early 70s. Originally opened in 1959, it’s the area’s only remaining walk-up hotel building; the three-story hotel has no... more ›
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Tour Of Cave Reveals Fragile Ecosystem

Tour Of Cave Reveals Fragile Ecosystem On Kauai ATV’s four-hour Makauwahi Cave Tour, guests will see pristine landscapes from makai (ocean) to mauka (mountain), using plantation trails on Kauai’s southernmost point. And they will encounter fragile ecosystems when they visit the Makauwahi Cave Reserve, the most important dig site... more ›
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Explore Culture At The Fairmont Orchid

Explore Culture At The Fairmont Orchid Fairmont Orchid, an AAA four diamond luxury resort located on the Kohala Coast of Hawaii Island, is launching a new cultural tour hosted by its director of Hawaiian culture, Kaiulani Blankenfeld. The new tour is called Na Mea Waiwai O Milokukahi, and it is a walking exploration of the... more ›
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New PCC Luau Is A Feast Fit For A Queen

New PCC Luau Is A Feast Fit For A Queen In December, the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) on Oahu unveiled its all-new Ali‘i Luau, called “Onipaa,” – a tribute to the kingdom of Hawai‘i monarch Queen Liliuokalani. Guests will experience a Hawaiian luau “fit for a Queen,” including a lei greeting, the unveiling of the... more ›
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