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Kauai with Kids

Kauai Family Vacation

So many people assume Kauai is a honeymooners’ destination (and it is!) but it’s so much more than that. For families with young children, Kauai is a dream escape. With its mystique and spiritual energy (known as “mana” in Hawaiian), this fourth largest island in Hawaii gives young and old plenty of opportunities for wonder,…

Invest, Don’t Save, for Your Hawaiian Trip

Need smarter ways to fund your next vacation to the Aloha state? We’ve got you covered. Why save pennies until you have enough to go on a trip? Invest your hard-earned money and take a different approach. Rather than scrape up $1,000 to take the family to Oahu, heed these tips to invest wisely and…

Beach Safety with Little Kids

Hawaii Beach Safety

No matter which beach you’re heading to while on vacation in Hawaii, sun safety is imperative when you have babies and toddlers with you. While sun safety is important for every member of your family, it’s especially so for little ones who can’t tell you when they’ve had too much of the sun and can’t…

Best Places to Party in Waikiki

If you love nightlife, you’ll love nightlife in Hawaii – specifically Oahu’s famous Waikiki. Because the weather’s great all the time, you can step outside in your best party dress or shorts and instantly be ready for a night on the town. Doesn’t matter which night of the week it is, there’s always something fun…

5 Best Bars on Kauai

While Kauai is known for being more mellow and laid back, it does have a pretty good bar scene to appeal to all the singles, couples and honeymooners. Everyone likes to kick back and socialize once in awhile, right? Even if you ARE on your honeymoon. Check out the five best bars on Kauai. 1-Keoki’s…

Take a Scenic Drive Along Hamakua Coast

North of Hilo is a natural wonder that will take your breath away. It’s located on the northeastern end of the Big Island and it’s called the Hamakua Coast. This area receives more than 80 inches of rain a year so you can bet it’s lush and green. Punctuated by waterfalls, forest and seaside panoramics,…

Points of Interest in Oahu: Nature

If you’re looking to get in touch with nature on Oahu, there are plenty of opportunities that await you. From recreation areas to gardens, visit these places of Oahu to witness nature in action. Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area This park spans almost 385 acres and can be found north of Pearl Harbor – about…

Off the Beaten Path in Hilo

Hilo is a sought-after destination on the Big Island of Hawaii for many reasons. From the serenity of the Kohala Coast to the intensity of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hilo is known for its natural beauty, world-class attractions and world-renowned beaches. It has a storied past, starting out as a busy farming and fishing port…

Exploring Akaka Falls State Park

Akaka Falls State Park on the Big Island, Hawaii For a true glimpse of the majesty of nature on Hawaii, don’t miss a visit to Akaka Falls State Park. You’ll find it at the end of Akaka Falls Road, also known as Highway 220, approximately three and a half miles southwest of Honomu. Nestled north…

What is the Lahaina Restoration Foundation?

Image Source: wikipedia Author: Joel Bradshaw Perhaps you’ve heard about the Lahaina Restoration Foundation headquartered on Maui. Well, this nonprofit organization established in 1962 was created to explore the rich history and culture of Lahaina, Maui, through preservation of historical sites, places, cultural legacies and museums. Located at 695 Front Street in Lahaina, the foundation…