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Oh no, Kauai’s fabled Kalalau Trail is closed!! No problem, Brah

Kalalau Trail Roads and trails beyond Hanalei Bay on Kauai’s north shore remain closed, after being hammered by a Biblical rainstorm this winter—50 freaking inches in 24 hours. That means a mega-popular attraction,… Continue reading

The wild side of Oahu awaits beyond Waikiki

Waikiki Beach and downtown Honolulu are brimming with tourists, and for good reason: there’s a lot worth doing. But few visitors realize that Oahu has a wealth of undeveloped, easy-access beaches—more than Maui… Continue reading

Hawaii is trying to solve the ‘problem’ of too much success

  Vacations aren’t supposed to be stressful. But a trip to Hawaii can be just that, if you are in a traffic jam on Maui’s Hana Highway, lost in space trying to find… Continue reading

Do you really need guidebook to visit hawaii?

In the age of smart phones, are guidebooks necessary? For most visitors, the answer is “No.” Most visitors are seeing Hawaii for the first time, staying for about a week, and mainly want… Continue reading

A short trip to the Top of the World — TRAILBLAZER HAWAII

Mauna Kea on the Big Island is easily the highest mountain in the world—about 43,000 feet when measured from its base that lies about 5 miles below sea level. The next tallest is… Continue reading

Hawaii’s Most Dangerous Adventure Sport? Take a guess

Those who guessed surfing, hang gliding, skydiving, sailing, mountain biking, ziplining, kite boarding, windsurfing, kayaking, bodysurfing, deep sea fishing, or hiking jungly ridges or volcanoes are all wrong. The most dangerous activity in… Continue reading

Hot-foot it with Pele at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

With all the possible ways for tourists to become injured or worse, you have to applaud rangers at the Big Island’s Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Maybe it’s good that Joe Hollywood closed the road to Kauai’s pretty Papa’a Bay

A public uprising ignited when a once-sort-of-famous Hollywood director bought the land and gated access to Papa’a (pah-pa-ah) Bay on the northeast shore a couple of decades ago. People were arrested at a… Continue reading

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