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Fore! Going Golfing in Hawaii

For many, Hawaii is a golfer’s nirvana: Rolling green hills surrounded by crystal clear blue ocean, mountain ranges, miles of shoreline and lush tropical rainforest. From backdrop to design, Hawaii features some of the most stunning courses on the planet. These aren’t just pretty-boy golf courses, either: they’re seriously challenging layouts that will have even…

The Caves of Hawaii

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Spelunking. That’s the technical term for exploring caves as a hobby. If you’re into spelunking, you’re in for a treat when visiting Hawaii. This place is brimming with caves of all kinds and sizes, on every major island. Explore these caves on your next trip to Hawaii, and learn a little bit about the state’s…

What not to do in Hawaii

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Just like going anywhere on vacation, there are certain things you want to avoid while in Hawaii. As a tourist, you’re already at a disadvantage. From keeping valuables out of your rental car to practicing beach safety, you need to stay safe on your Hawaiian trip. Here are some tips to follow while on vacation…

How to Make the Most out of your Hawaiian Vacation

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So your vacation to Hawaii is booked. Now you can relax, right? Wrong! Just because you made your hotel and plane reservations doesn’t mean you’re ready to go. There is so much more that goes into planning the details of a Hawaiian vacation. Approach your planning like a job — a fun job with an…

Take a Hike on Hawaiiloa Ridge Trail

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One of the pure joys of Oahu is the Hawaiiloa Ridge Trail, nestled in greenery and flanked by mountains. This is one of the roads less traveled on Oahu, compared with over-used and popular trails like Maunawili Falls Trail. Part of the charm of Hawaiiloa is that it’s a gated community that only permits 10…

Rare WWII Bomber on Display at Pearl Harbor

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Image Source: http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/shared/media/photodb/photos/060515-F-1234S-018.jpg It’s a ghost story with a real history: more than 70 years in fact. The Swamp Ghost is a rare WWII bomber that hasn’t had a home until now. Lost for decades, Swamp Ghost now has a spectacular story to tell, and visitors to Pearl Harbor in Oahu can hear all about…

4 Things to do in Waikiki with Kids

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Waikiki Beach in Honolulu on the south shore of Oahu is often known for its frenetic activity, both on the beaches and in the clubs. However, there is so much here to do with your children! Once you get your fill of swimming and sunning on Waikiki Beach, head inland for even more fun with…

Black Friday in Oahu

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Image Source: Wikipedia Author: Gridprop at en.wikipedia Just like everywhere else in the country, people have shopping on the brain in Hawaii – well before the Thanksgiving turkey is stuffed and eaten. Black Friday is a day where retailers around the country lure shoppers with rock-bottom prices and deep discounts starting as early as Thanksgiving…

15 Free Things to do on the Big Island

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You don’t have to spend a red cent to enjoy the many natural abundances of Hawaii’s Big Island. Some things have incidental charges, such as parking, but the following lists 15 essentially free ways to enjoy your stay on the Big Island. Get out there and have fun! 1. Kalopa State Recreation Area At 2,000…