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Helicopter Tours of Maui and Molokai

Helicopter Tours of Maui and Molokai

Posted on July 9, 2014

-by Jennifer Miner Helicopter tours of Maui and Molokai provide an amazing (and, well, easy) way to see parts of Hawaii you’d never see on foot. Yes, Hawaiian vacations should always include at least one hike; after all, Hawaii is unlike any other part of our country in the most dramatic geographical ways, looking much more [...]

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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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Maui Family Travel: Glorious Upcountry and Beach Bums

Maui Family Travel: Glorious Upcountry and Beach Bums

Posted on June 3, 2014

-by Amber Johnson Maui’s “upcountry” is a cluster of sites located 2,000+ feet up the slope of the famed crater Haleakala. What we expected: a welcome respite from our sunburned couple of days at the beach. What we did: fell in love. Parts of this region are referred to as the “Maui Alps.” With cooler temperatures, [...]

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Marvelous Maui Dining at Migrant and Kaana Kitchen

Marvelous Maui Dining at Migrant and Kaana Kitchen

Posted on May 13, 2014

-by Carolyn Jung This island’s dining scene is heating up with the arrival of two new restaurants last year, including a fun one by “Top Chef Fan Favorite” Sheldon Simeon, late of the ever popular Star Noodle. A few weeks ago, I had a chance to check out that restaurant plus the splashy new Kaana [...]

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Strategies for Finding the Lowest Airfare to Hawaii

Strategies for Finding the Lowest Airfare to Hawaii

Posted on April 29, 2014

-by Sheila Beal One of the most predictably unpredictable expenses of traveling to Hawaii is the cost of airfare. It’s also one of the more expensive factors in your Hawaii vacation budget. Fares fluctuate so often that it’s difficult to know when to purchase tickets. Finding the absolute lowest airfare is a mix of luck, [...]

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Viewing the First Blood Moon From Hawaii

Viewing the First Blood Moon From Hawaii

Posted on April 17, 2014

- by Coty Gonzales No, Blood Moon is not the latest book in the Twilight Saga. It’s even better than that, and Hawaii residents had a front row seat earlier this week to see it firsthand. Blood Moon is the nickname given to our moon during a lunar eclipse. In fact, this Blood Moon marks [...]

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Maui’s Sheldon Simeon voted The People’s Best New Chef® 2014

Maui’s Sheldon Simeon voted The People’s Best New Chef® 2014

Posted on April 8, 2014

A huge congratulations to Sheldon Simeon, recently named THE PEOPLE’S BEST NEW CHEF® 2014 by Food & Wine Magazine! Contenders for the award included two other Hawaii chefs: Chris Kajioka, Vintage Cave (Oahu) Kevin Lee, Prima (Oahu) Sheldon, formerly of Star Noodle on Maui, is now the executive chef of Migrant at the Wailea Beach [...]

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Midlife Crisis in Maui

Midlife Crisis in Maui

Posted on April 3, 2014

-by Colleen Lanin I turned 40 this month, that dreadful age that divides the old from the young. I have gained 14 pounds over the past few years. A few white strands play peek-a-boo with me while I blow dry my hair each morning. I have been feeling entirely unsexy and, well, just plain old. [...]

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Maui: By Air

Maui: By Air

Posted on March 18, 2014

-by Susan Barnes Most times, the only way I experience a place by air is when I fly in. But not during my recent trip to Maui! During the week I was on the magical island, I had the chance to experience the island by air – in three different ways! By Zip Line: I’ve [...]

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