Aloha Festivals in Oahu

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Infuse your life with the vibrant culture and traditions of Hawaii at the annual Aloha Festivals in Oahu, the largest Hawaiian cultural celebration in the United States. The Aloha Festivals were first established in 1946 under the name Aloha Week to preserve and honor Hawaii’s cosmopolitan heritage. Over 50 years later, the celebration is bigger and better than ever—it’s become a part of Hawaii’s heritage itself. The island of Oahu is home to many of the most notable Hawaii attractions, so it’s no surprise that the state’s grandest celebration is held there. Most of the Festival … [Read more...]

Pan Pacific Festival


Join thousands of enthused spectators and participants for the 34th annual Pan Pacific Festival in Honolulu! As one of Hawaii’s largest festivals, various Pacific-Rim cultures unite through their shared passion for music, arts, dance, performance, food, and more! Nearly 100 difference performance groups draw thousands of people to the pristine beaches of Waikiki. To get the ultimate cultural experience, explore the top Oahu attractions and participate in some festival fun! Festival highlights include: HO’OLAULE’A - Friday June 7th: The festival kicks off with a festive block party … [Read more...]

Best Times to Visit Hawaii

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In Hawaii, weather and climate aren’t really factors for when to visit, unlike many other travel destinations. The islands are in a tropical climate, with a dry season roughly from April to October and its rainy season typically from November to March; but there’s virtually never a time of year when you can’t bask in the Hawaiian sand and surf. Here’s what’s important to consider when planning a trip to Hawaii: Timing Though you won’t have to worry about Hawaii’s weather when making travel plans, you will have to consider the weather at home. Peak travel times to Hawaii are … [Read more...]

Self-Guided Hawaii Volcano Tour Discount


Transform any vacation to the Hawaiian Islands into an incredible adventure by adding a volcano tour to your itinerary. Head to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, located on Hawaii’s Big Island, to experience the diverse environments created by 70 million years of volcanic activity.  The park’s most popular feature is Mt. Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano. Visitors are often able to get close enough to see live lava flows. Even when this isn’t the case, you’ll witness the effects of creation and destruction caused by this extraordinary natural phenomenon. How to Get … [Read more...]