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Aloha Oi International Marketplace

International Marketplace of Waikiki Closed!
While the many vendor stalls and wagons may still sit in their usual spots, the vendors and merchandise that once made the International Marketplace a favorite of many visitors and locals alike – are gone.  December 31,  2013 marked the last day  for this iconic location and while there are a […]

Go Oahu Card September Savings Sale – Save up to 30%!

Go Oahu Card On Sale thru Sept 24th!  Expired
 
 
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Volunteer Whale Counters For 2013

Annual Humpback Whale Count
It is estimated that protection of these endangered animals has allowed the number of wintering humpbacks in Hawaiian waters to increase from an estimated 1000 back in 1978 to an estimated to 10-12,000 currently.  That’s about 50-60% of the estimated total North Pacific Humpback count of 20,000.
The Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National […]

Royal Hawaiian Center…More Than Just A Shopping Mall

The Royal Hawaiian Center is not only Honolulu’s premiere shopping center, but also offers a lot of free cultural activities for locals and tourists alike. Located in the heart of Waikiki, it offers over 100 stores and eateries that are convenient to get to.

How many islands should you plan on visiting?

Visit one…two…or all of them?
One of the biggest mistake many first-time visitors to the Aloha State make is to try and take in too much of the island experience with too little time.  While on paper, it might seem like you could spend a week and island-hop until you’ve taken in the six major islands, […]

Hawaii Helicopter Tours

Planning a Hawaiian vacation? Make sure to include a helicopter flight to your list of things to do. Only from the air will you be able to thoroughly see and experience such things as fiery volcanoes, plunging waterfalls, sheer sea cliffs, spouting whales, and lush rainforests. And you’ll do it in less than 60 minutes.

Hawaiian Luau

Luau…a Hawaiian-style buffet!
One of the favorite activities for locals and visitors alike is eating and nothing defines Hawaiian food more than a luau!
Hawaii is famous for its “luaus”, a Hawaiian style buffet of foods featuring an imu(pit)-cooked pig.  This “kalua pig” is made by first digging a hole in the ground, approximately 6-7′ across and […]

Fine Dining In Waikiki…In Your Hotel?

Twenty or thirty years ago, “fine dining in Hawaii” would have probably been considered an oxy-moron.  The only images of eating in Hawaii was of poi served at a luau or the ever present Spam.  However,  fine dining in Waikiki has become as commonplace today as it was lacking back then.  Its a melding of […]

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