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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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Bring the Brood: Must-Try Maui Outdoor Activities for Active Families

Bring the Brood: Must-Try Maui Outdoor Activities for Active Families

Posted on September 18, 2015

Story by Jody Robbins Maui ticks all the right boxes for active families. Sure, there are all of those gold sand beaches fringing the island just waiting to make every member of the family’s day. But there’s much more to Maui’s menu of family activities than building sandcastles, boogie boarding and taking a dip in [...]

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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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Get Healthy in Hawaii

Get Healthy in Hawaii

Posted on March 4, 2014

Fresh air, picture-perfect weather and a “hang loose” laid-back attitude are among the many reasons why Hawaii has been recognized as the nation’s healthiest state in the annual Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index for the last four consecutive years. Whether you are dusting off your running shoes or a fitness enthusiast, there’s something challenging and enjoyable for everyone. [...]

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Surfing in Maui

Surfing in Maui

Posted on February 6, 2014

-by Roni Weiss For many days before my surf lesson, I had images of falling off the surfboard, smashing my face, and breaking a tooth. I tweeted my fears and asked how to avoid hurting myself on my Facebook page. When I got to Maui Wave Riders, I felt incredibly silly. All of my worries [...]

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Travel to Kauai – Ready, Set, Surfboard Swap

Travel to Kauai – Ready, Set, Surfboard Swap

Posted on January 31, 2014

-by Heidi Siefkas                 Hanging loose on the North Shore of Kauai is the norm. As one of the meccas of surfing in Hawaii, there is no better place to learn, polish your skills, and even catch some waves with pros than Hanalei Bay in Kauai. For those [...]

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Salt Water Dreaming: Learning to Surf on Waikiki Beach

Salt Water Dreaming: Learning to Surf on Waikiki Beach

Posted on November 5, 2013

-by Elysia McMahan Like anything in life, you can think or talk about riding a wave until you’re blue in the face, but actually paddling out and experiencing it firsthand is another thing. And what better place to learn than on the island of Oahu? Sun, surf and sand. Does it get any better than [...]

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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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