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Six Must-See Places on Six Hawaiian Islands for First-Time Hawaii Visitors

Six Must-See Places on Six Hawaiian Islands for First-Time Hawaii Visitors

Posted on September 6, 2016

Story by Derek Paiva Waterfall alongside Maui’s Hana Highway. Photo: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)/Tor Johnson. A few months back, a friend who lives in Chicago asked me for a short list of places I considered “must-sees” and things I considered “must-dos” on Kauai. Sarah was a couple weeks away from visiting the island for the [...]

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Big Waves of Winter Comin’! Holding Period for Hawaii’s Triple Crown of Surfing Begins

Big Waves of Winter Comin’! Holding Period for Hawaii’s Triple Crown of Surfing Begins

Posted on November 6, 2015

Story by Derek Paiva A surf break on Oahu’s North Shore. Photo credit: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) /Kirk Lee Aeder  Winter wave season is a real thing in Hawaii. A time when large ocean storms moving across the Pacific hundreds of miles north of Hawaii send heightened swells toward the Hawaiian Islands’ north-facing shores, pounding [...]

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Warm up to Once-in-a-Lifetime Hawaii Experiences

Warm up to Once-in-a-Lifetime Hawaii Experiences

Posted on January 30, 2015

For those enduring the wintry mix that’s moving its way across the country, get your blood pumping with thoughts of only-in-Hawaii adventures such as swimming with manta rays or plunging out of a plane on Oahu’s picturesque North Shore. Learn how you can tick multiple items off your bucket list with a trip to the [...]

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National TV Special to Honor Hawaii Veteran

National TV Special to Honor Hawaii Veteran

Posted on November 10, 2014

Volunteers from the neighborhood race to help rebuild the Woods family home on Oahu. Photo credit: Food Network  Tomorrow on Veterans Day, one deserving Hawaii veteran will receive a surprise home renovation in an emotional and memorable tribute on “A Hero’s Welcome,” filmed on the Island of Oahu. See if you can spot your favorite Hawaii locales during [...]

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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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Talk Story with Carolyn Jung, Food Gal

Talk Story with Carolyn Jung, Food Gal

Posted on September 5, 2014

Talk story is a commonly used phrase in Hawaii, referring to sharing stories and chatting with friends, old or new. In our new interview series, So Much More Hawaii will ask various local personalities and friends of the islands five questions to learn more about why Hawaii holds such a special place in each of [...]

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Cultural Travel to Kauai through Taro

Cultural Travel to Kauai through Taro

Posted on July 24, 2014

-by Heidi Siefkas I say potato, you say patato. I say tomato, you say tamato. I say taro, whereas in Kauai, many will say kalo. Regardless of how you say it, on your travels to Kauai, you will no doubt come across taro in one of its numerous forms whether eating poi at a luau [...]

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Spotlight on Haleiwa, Hawaii

Spotlight on Haleiwa, Hawaii

Posted on March 25, 2014

-by Toby Hill Oahu’s North Shore is a quieter alternative to the hectic holiday excitement of Waikiki and Honolulu. It’s a land of big waves and beautiful nature, where visitors can stroll flower-strewn valleys dotted with old Polynesian homes and temples, and swim in waterfall-fed pools. The cultural hub of this peaceful slice of Oahu [...]

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Winter Waves at Oahu’s Banzai Pipeline

Winter Waves at Oahu’s Banzai Pipeline

Posted on January 15, 2013

-Courtesy of David Chatsuthiphan David Chatsuthiphan, photographer and owner of the website Unreal Hawaii, drove up to the North Shore to watch the action. If you want to get an idea of what it’s like to spend the day watching the surf, check out the article and photoset: “Pipeline, December 2012″. Scattered about along the [...]

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Grounded in Hawaii, with an Eye Toward the Globe…Oahu Cultivates Big Picture Cuisine

Grounded in Hawaii, with an Eye Toward the Globe…Oahu Cultivates Big Picture Cuisine

Posted on August 23, 2012

By Joshua Lurie We island hopped from Hawaii to Oahu to continue our exploration of international, modern cuisine, to deepen our appreciation of indigenous ingredients, and to attend the inaugural Hawaii Food & Wine Festival. We stayed at The Modern, a massive boutique hotel in Waikiki with white décor, a pair of pools, one designed [...]

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