Tag Archive: Hawaii travel

Living the good life that King Kamehameha could only dream about

On a Hawaiian vacation, adventure seekers can go wild and get muddy and wet and return home exhausted. Luxury seekers, on the other hand, can immerse themselves in opulence and bodily pleasures and… Continue reading

I’ll be watching you: Hawaii’s lifeguards are among the world’s best

The best way to have a safe day at the beach in Hawaii is to make sure you are under the watchful eye of one of these dudes, a Hawaiian lifeguard — trained… 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

#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

Free “outdoor classes” in Hawaii

You can spend a pile in Hawaii hiring guides to take you places. Or, pick up a Trailblazer guide before your trip and check out all the outdoor tours you can do for… Continue reading

You can watch pro surfing superstars for free in Hawaii

Professional surfers chase waves all around the planet, but few among them would dispute that the primo breaks are in Hawaii, more specifically, the North Shore of Oahu. Watching a competition—some of which… Continue reading

Hey Siri! What are best seven snorkeling spots in Hawaii?

Hi! Three of the best seven are on the BIG ISLAND of HAWAII (Two Step, Captain Cook Monument, and the Waiopae Tide Pools), two can be found on MAUI (Chang’s Point and Molokini).… Continue reading

Kauai’s Napali Coast: How to find the wilderness beyond the people-jam at the Kalalau Trail

The northwest coast of Kauai—which is itself the most northwesterly of the major Hawaiian Islands—is roadless and wild, where knuckle-sets of 2,000-foot-high cliff heads greet the pounding Pacific. At road’s end past Hanalei… Continue reading

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