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Taro – A Hawaiian Staple

Taro – A Hawaiian Staple

Posted on November 25, 2014

This week, thousands of Americans will look forward to indulging in Thanksgiving staples such as turkey with stuffing, sweet potato casserole, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. Food is often tied to such deeply rooted traditions and kalo (taro) is no different in the Hawaiian culture. Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson While most are [...]

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A Winter Sports Mecca

A Winter Sports Mecca

Posted on November 6, 2014

As most of the nation prepares for a cold and snowy winter, the Hawaiian Islands becomes the hottest sports destination in the United States. Fans looking to get their fill of surfing, football, and golf will find Hawaii to be a sports mecca in December and January when elite professional and collegiate athletes gather across [...]

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Taking Hawaii Vacations to New Heights

Taking Hawaii Vacations to New Heights

Posted on September 30, 2014

One might argue that Hawaii is becoming a zipline adventurer’s mecca with breathtaking courses on four of the major Hawaiian Islands – Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island. Whether you’re seeking the thrills or the sights (or maybe you just need a break from the beach) it is worthwhile to incorporate this riveting activity into [...]

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An Epic Road Trip Across Hawaii, the Big Island

An Epic Road Trip Across Hawaii, the Big Island

Posted on September 25, 2014

-by Jessica Festa A Big Island sunset as viewed from my rental car. Before visiting Hawaii, the Big Island, I had never thought of it as a quintessential road trip destination. For some reason, tropical islands always seem so small and compact in my head. You mean I can’t just ride a bike or jog [...]

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Google Street View Trekker Comes to Oahu

Google Street View Trekker Comes to Oahu

Posted on August 27, 2014

Summer is quickly drawing to a close, leaving many with a twinge of wanderlust. Not to worry—starting today, you can virtually explore Oahu’s most popular hiking trails, parks, historical sites and beaches using Street View Trekker on Google Maps and a special page hosted by GoHawaii.com. See 360-degree views of Oahu’s most amazing locations, including Waikiki [...]

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Unique Hawaii Experiences: Upcoming Festivals & Events

Unique Hawaii Experiences: Upcoming Festivals & Events

Posted on August 21, 2014

Family fun. Live Hawaiian music and hula. Tasty food. Those who have experienced one of Hawaii’s cultural and culinary festivals can relate to the many reasons why these one-of-a-kind events attract travelers from around the globe. If you’re looking for a unique experience that allows you to connect with Hawaii’s local community, check out the [...]

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Swimming With Honu (Hawaiian Sea Turtles)

Swimming With Honu (Hawaiian Sea Turtles)

Posted on August 5, 2014

-by Sheila Beal While snorkeling along the Kohala Coast on Hawaii’s Big Island, we encountered many honu — so many that it was almost hard not to see them along the shore or in the water. From our experience, the Kohala Coast is perhaps one of the very best places to see honu and swim [...]

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7 Reasons Why Hiking In Hawaii is Awesome

7 Reasons Why Hiking In Hawaii is Awesome

Posted on June 25, 2014

-by Coty Gonzales If you enjoy the outdoors, then Hawaii is an exceptional place to live. Many say that Hawaii has some of the most beautiful beaches and best waves in the world. However, if you look mauka, or towards the mountains, you’ll also notice her beautiful valleys and ridges. Comprised of volcanic rock, Hawaii’s [...]

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Growing Cacao in Hawaii

Growing Cacao in Hawaii

Posted on June 17, 2014

Did you know that Hawaii is the only place in the United States with a commercial cacao production? In the below post, chocolate lover Doreen Pendgracs shares what she learned while visiting cocoa farms and plantations around Oahu. Growing cocoa on American soil Usually, the growing of cacao (cocoa) has been limited to a belt [...]

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Big Island Babymoon: Black Sand, Volcanoes, Waterfalls

Big Island Babymoon: Black Sand, Volcanoes, Waterfalls

Posted on May 20, 2014

-by Alesandra Dubin One of the very best things about travel is seeing something you’ve never seen before. How many times in our adult lives do we really get to do that on a given day? (That’s one reason David and I have a strict no-repeating-country-stamps-in-the-same-passport policy.*) Still, the lure of a perfect beach is [...]

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