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Kohala Zipline in Eight Steps and One Warning

Kohala Zipline in Eight Steps and One Warning

Posted on January 17, 2012

These days, there are choices to be made when it comes to ziplines around Hawaii. On Kauai, there are two. On Maui, three. And, now, on Hawaii Island, there are also three. On a recent trip to Hawaii Island, I chose Kohala Zip, primarily, for the new tour operator’s environmental practices.

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A Hui Hou Hilo

A Hui Hou Hilo

Posted on October 6, 2011

Rather than say goodbye to Hilo, the biggest small town on the eastern side of Hawaii’s Big Island, I’d rather just bid it a brief adieu. And with new direct flights from Los Angeles to Hilo launching today, it’s a darn safe bet that we’ll be back soon.

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Molokai – A Hawaiian Time Machine

Molokai – A Hawaiian Time Machine

Posted on July 17, 2011

Visiting Molokai is like entering a time machine and journeying to a past Hawaii, where the only crowd is at the Friday night party at Hula Shores Restaurant. Here, the hustle and bustle of more urbanized islands has apparently been banned – in fact, the island’s highest speed limit is a sedate 45 MPH. Getting [...]

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Oahu with Tweens and Teens

Oahu with Tweens and Teens

Posted on June 8, 2011

This story originally appeared here on FamilyVacationCritic.com: My husband Quent and I left the kids at home for a recent five-night trip to Oahu. We would have loved to have brought them along, but with school still in session (not to mention the additional airfare it would cost us) they stayed back in Colorado with [...]

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A Stand-up Paddle Adventure Across Hawaii

A Stand-up Paddle Adventure Across Hawaii

Posted on April 23, 2010

The following is a guest blog by Jennifer Holcomb. Welcome to our world. Here at Destination 3° challenges do not go uncontested and dreams are never not mostly reality. At least in our heads. When we sent our channel crossing idea out into the world, we thought it was a little different from the start, [...]

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Hawaii Adventure: Snorkeling and Stand-Up Paddle Surfing

Hawaii Adventure: Snorkeling and Stand-Up Paddle Surfing

Posted on November 11, 2009

The following is a guest blog from Aileen Torres and the original article can be found here. I landed in Kona, on the Big Island of Hawaii, Thursday afternoon. I’m staying at King Kamehameha, as are a lot of the Ironman athletes. The hotel is the site of the big race, and it’s hard to [...]

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Maui: The Sugar Cane Train

Maui: The Sugar Cane Train

Posted on November 5, 2009

Often times people wonder, “Where do folks from Hawaii go on vacation?” and while I enjoy traveling throughout the Continental United States, I also love visiting the neighboring islands. With dormant volcano Haleakala sitting on the East and Mauna Kahalawai adorning the West, Maui is the second largest island of the Hawaiian chain.   I first [...]

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Let the crowds beat YOU to Diamond Head

Let the crowds beat YOU to Diamond Head

Posted on October 28, 2009

The following is a guest blog from Kim Tracy Price and the original article can be found here. I didn’t do much research before I went to Oahu.  There, I said it.  I was fine just going with the flow, no guidebook to refer to, consulting the internet for information.  So when the airplane was [...]

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Ala Moana Beach Park Memories

Ala Moana Beach Park Memories

Posted on October 27, 2009

One of the traditions that I’ve continued from my childhood is having dinner at a park in Honolulu.  After our homework and chores, my Nanny and Papa would pile us into their car and we’d drive towards the horizon, stretching our necks to peer out of the windows anxious to see the lush green grass [...]

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Outdoor Activities: Kualoa Ranch

Outdoor Activities: Kualoa Ranch

Posted on October 22, 2009

Established in 1850, Kualoa Ranch is a 4,000 acre ahupua’a or a subdivision that extends from the mountain to the ocean. Committed to being a role model as stewards of the land, Oahu’s working cattle ranch provides an educational outdoor experience. Kualoa, which means “long back” perhaps due to the back drop of the Koolau [...]

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