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Prince Kuhio Day

What better way to experience Oahu than to engage in a celebration of its rich history and tradition? Locals and tourists alike welcome the holiday each year on March 26th – the birthdate of Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniani’ole Piikoi. Prince Kuhio was… [Read More]

Oahu Rainy Day Things To Do!

It is pretty safe to say that if you are spending a vacation on this island, you are going to encounter an Oahu Rainy Day. The excellent thing about rain in Hawaii is that it tends to be a gentler, more tropical… [Read More]

Best Summer Tourist Discounts

To experience everything a city has to offer, look no further than the Smart Destinations All-Inclusive Attraction Passes. Save up to 55% on combined admission prices for the top museums, tours, and attractions at some of the most beloved cities in the… [Read More]

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Things to Do on Vacation with Your Family!

With school vacation weeks coming up around the country, it’s time to start planning your vacation. With the kids home from school, it’s the perfect time to gather up the whole family for a fun trip. If going far away isn’t feasible,… [Read More]

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Oahu Travel Deals: Discount Day in Oahu

Paradise may seem out of reach with six inches of snow on the ground and ice on the roads, but Hawaii is just a few dollars away. The savvy traveller should know that you get the best Oahu travel deals on airfare… [Read More]

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Autumn Okinawa Dance Matsuri in Oahu this Saturday!

Anyone who’s studied Hawaiian history, or made a visit to one of the islands’ many historic attractions,knows that Hawaii is a melting pot of cultures. Throughout the year, different groups celebrate their heritage with a variety of events – we’re talking everything… [Read More]

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Celebrate Hawaiian Culture with Oahu’s Aloha Festivals

Honolulu’s Aloha Festivals are almost exactly what you’d expect them to be – one big welcome to Hawaii and its rich history, culture, and traditions. But the Festivals, which kicks off tomorrow, are much more than an introduction to Hawaiian history; they’re… [Read More]

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Hike to the Famous Makapuu Lighthouse

Time spent in Hawaii usually consists of two kinds of activities; the relaxing, beach-related kind, and the adventuring, exploring kind. From hiking the iconic Diamond Head crater to exploring Hanauma Bay by snorkel, the Hawaiian adventurer has a lot of classic outdoor… [Read More]

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Free Ukulele Festival this Sunday!

What comes to mind when you think of Hawaii? Surf, sand, leis, and of course, the ukulele! The instrument originates from 19th century Hawaii, and is still praised today as a hallmark of Hawaiian entertainment. On July 22nd, starting at 9am, you’ll… [Read More]

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Prince Lot Hula Festival Returns to Oahu This July!

Coming up on July 21st is the 35th annual Prince Lot Festival at the Moanalua Gardens in Honolulu, which celebrates all things traditional in Hawaiian culture. It’s also the largest non-competitive hula festival in all of the United States, drawing a whopping… [Read More]