Month: December 2018

Some people never think about going to Oahu, The Gathering Place, because they have heard that Waikiki is a crowded spot with high rise hotels everywhere.  I think that can be a big mistake for many of those that never visit this highly diverse island.  If you choose to explore, there is often just too
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When most people look at Molokai from across the water on Maui, they see huge sea cliffs and what seems like a perpetual cloud over the summit of Mt. Kamakou.  The facts say that those towering sea cliffs are the tallest in the world at between 3600 to 3900 feet, and are only 1000 feet
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Lanai is Hawaii’s most enticing Island and was once known as the Pineapple Island.  In 1922 George Dole bought the whole Island and turned it into the largest working pineapple plantation in the United States.  Eventually the costs of running the plantation far outweighed the profits, and Lanai found its way as a visitor destination. 
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The beauty of Kauai, Hawaii’s Garden Island is something that will fill you with a sense of wonder.  I remember the first time I went on a hike in Waimea Canyon.  It felt as if I was experiencing something that I would never see again.  That, of course, was proved wrong the next day when I
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Hawaii Travel “Branding” is something you, as the traveler, should be happy about.  This trend helps you to better identify what you want in your vacation experience.  What is really happening is that everybody involved in the Hawaii Visitor market is zeroing in on identifying what experiences and services they excel in providing to their
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I get this question occasionally, “Why Should I Use A Hawaii Destination Specialist Travel Advisor”?  How about I give you the top 5. 1.  A Hawaii Destination Specialist, particularly a “Master Specialist”, has spent may hours in classroom training on the Hawaiian Islands.  They have also spent time, and their own dollars, with on-site training in the Hawaiian Islands.  Many Hawaii Specialists
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