7 Days in Honolulu: Itinerary Ideas

Whether it’s your first visit to the islands, or your fiftieth, most travelers come to (or through) the island of Oahu, and some never leave, and it’s easy to see why. Honolulu is a city full of contrasts, home to almost a million people. Even after years of living here, locals will tell you that there are still neighborhoods, parks, […]

Renting in Hawaii

The allure of Hawaii is obvious, with the sun, sand, sea, and culture. Though it is the 50th United State, it still sits 2000 miles from the nearest continent, making it a unique place to visit with a natural beauty that is tough to match anywhere in the world. Hawaii is unlike many other tropical island destinations in that it’s […]

10 Days in Maui Itinerary

Maui is an island with something to suit every kind of traveler. Families will love the variety of activities to keep kids busy and entertained. Outdoor enthusiasts will love hiking, swimming, snorkeling, and biking here. Couples will indulge in heavenly spas and luxurious accommodation. Foodies will love the farm-to-table cuisine and fine dining options. Ten days in Maui is ample […]

Hawaii First Time Visitor Guide

So you’re planning your first trip to Hawaii? Great! We’ve all seen the iconic images of pristine white sand beaches, gently swaying palm trees, and tropical drinks sipped as the sun sets on the horizon. But before you receive that first fresh lei greeting off the plane, you’ll have a little bit of planning to do. Here we’ll take you […]

3 Hawaii Cruises to Check Out for 2012

The Hawaiian Islands are the proverbial island paradise and the best way to experience the crystal clear water and cool trade winds is on a Hawaiian cruise. Without having to worry about meals, accommodation and transportation, you can visit each island in style with one of the cheap cruises below. With all the amenities of a first class resort, getting […]

Gift Ideas for the Hawaii Lover

Dreaming of a White Christmas, are you? Well, in Hawaii you definitely won’t be finding one of those! (With the exception of the snow atop our volcanoes, but that’s another story entirely.) Here in Hawaii, Santa arrives in a canoe (really!) and although we celebrate just the same as anywhere else, many visitors from colder locales say that enjoying the […]