Hawaii Travel Tips and Articles

Hawaii is the ultimate honeymoon destination boasting endless white sand beaches, an immersive tropical culture, luxurious resorts, and activities to last a lifetime. Natural wonders joined with plentiful sunshine and a welcoming local community make for the ideal romantic getaway with enough opportunities to satisfy any couple’s needs. Whether you’re looking for a week on …

Fishing in Hawaii is a popular diversion in addition to being a deeply rooted cultural practice. Hawaiians have depended on fish for sustenance throughout history and to this day many families still fish to feed their families, especially within the Native Hawaiian community. Tourists need to respect this equal hobby and lifestyle and abide by …

Where To Whale Watch in Hawaii (On Every Island)

Whale watching is one of the most spectacular things to do during a visit to Hawaii, especially between the months of December and May. During these months humpback whales return to their shallow, tropical home waters to breed and calve their young after a long summer of feeding. Early in the mornings during January and …

Hawaii’s Natural Beauty Spotlight: Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees

Of all of the pristine natural allure persisting among Hawaii’s hundreds of islands, Maui contains one of the most breathtaking features. The famous Hana highway boasts a magical rainbow eucalyptus forest — trees with multicolored bark so unimaginable they are mistaken for pictures cut out of a fairy tale. The Tree of Many Colors Eucalyptus …

Jaws Beach Maui: For Expert Surfers Only

Pe’ahi — more commonly referred to as “Jaws” — is a legendary surf break located on the northern shore of the island of Maui, Hawaii, revered for its gigantic waves and respected for its merciless unpredictability. The traditional Hawaiian name for the spot is “The Teary Eye” — “Ke Kai ‘o Waitakulu” — and rightfully …

What Does Ohana Mean? Popular Hawaiian Phrases You’ll Need To Know

Although English is recognized as the country’s primary language, Hawaii is one of two U.S. states that acknowledge a secondary language as well. Hawaii considers both English and Hawaiian as official dialects and locals commonly speak back and forth between the two. As a visitor, it is a good idea to have a grasp on …

Kauai the Garden Island

I moved to paradise 14 years ago and the minute we drove out of Lihue airport and on to Kuhio highway,  the first thing that came to my mind was “wow, its so green”… This is why Kauai is called the Garden Island. Did you know that Kauai is the oldest of the main Hawaiian islands, …