Category Archive: Hawaii Things To Do

Take a vacation from your vacation at this Big Island National Historic Park

The Big Island—larger than the rest of Hawaii combined—can eat up days of exploration. But be sure to save a full day for Kealakekua Bay and Pu’uhonua o Honounou (poo-oo-ho-newa-o-ho-now-now). This National Historic… Continue reading

Maui’s Hana Highway: Avoid the hassle, have the fun

The Hana Highway—with its umpteen one-lane bridges, countless curves, rain forests, and waterfalls—is a rite of passage for Maui visitors. In fact, if you begin the journey at prime time, say 10 in… Continue reading

The Big Island’s Kohala: Kind of creepy land of comets and kings

Though Mo’okini Heiau (temple) on the north nub of the Big Island was designated in 1935 as the state’s first national historic site, it now rests forlorn and isolated. Winds scour barren slopes… Continue reading

The complete Hawaiian vacation makeover

Vacations can be like parties—lots of fun and abandonment that can take a toll on the body and require time to recover from. Then again, a vacation in Hawaii, though all about pleasure,… Continue reading

Luxury for free in Hawaii

Hawaii’s destination resorts are pricey, $500 a night and up, up, up. But to visit them is free. And many of the best resorts have museum-quality artwork, entertainment, exhibits, special events, botanitcal gardens,… Continue reading

Waikiki: Wacky Wacky

Waikiki Beach is all about now, every day, 24/7. It’s totally off the wall, literally in this photo of a boogie boarder joining his brothers and sisters to ride the shorebreak at The… Continue reading

#LetHawaiiHappen with the Trailblazers

No worries! Take one of our Trailblazer guides along for an amazing ride through the Hawaiian Islands: Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Lanai, Molokai and the Big Island. They all have something special to offer… Continue reading

Maui’s Makena State Beach: A Big and Little deal

<br /> Makena State Park, south of Kihei-Wailea draws hoards of visitors, without ever managing to seem crowded. There’s plenty of elbow room in the safe near-shore waters, if you don’t mind being… Continue reading