Top 10 Things to Do in Oahu

Ala Moana Beach Park

As the capital of Hawaii, Honolulu is always alive with action. There are so many fun things to do in Honolulu that it would be difficult to list them all. The amazing beaches of Oahu island offer enough on their own, but there are also several museums, parks and relaxing activities available to visitors. From Ala Moana to Waikik Beachi, here are the top 10 things to do in Oahu. Ala Moana Beach Park Ala Moana Beach Park is a picturesque tourist attraction located on the coast of the island. It boasts a beautiful jogging trail, beach and nearby shopping center. Before the opening of the Mall of America, the Ala Moana Shopping Center was the largest mall in the States. Today, it is still the largest open-air shopping center in the world. Diamond Head Hike Visiting the 350-acre … [Read more...]

Self-Guided Hawaii Volcano Tour Discount

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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 There: If your first stop (or only stop) on the Big Island is going to be at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, you’ll want to fly in to Hilo International Airport (ITO) in the eastern part of Hilo. This … [Read more...]

Re-Opening of Hawaiian Hall at the Bishop Museum

The Bishop Museum has just completed the first renovation in over 100 years of its Hawaiian Hall. The Victorian style building displayed some of the most advanced ideas of museum design at its original opening in 1903 and the re-opened Hall updates and expands the original goal of the museum to tell its stories with an authentic Hawaiian perspective. The three floors of the Hawaiian Hall tell the story of the Islands and their people with each floor focused on a particular theme. The First floor covers pre-contact Hawaii with displays and artifacts centered on religion, legends, and the central role of the ocean in the lives of Hawaiians. The second floor centers on daily life and looks at work, culture, and Hawaiians relationship with the land of the Islands. Finally the 3rd floor … [Read more...]