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The Latest & Greatest News From Hawaii’s Big Island

Kona Coast

EPIC ROAD TRIPS Every road trip needs a little history on its agenda. Hawaii Island road trippers staying at Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel can visit one of the island’s important historic sites: Ahuena Heiau, a temple rebuilt by King Kamehameha the Great between 1812 and 1813, and now a National Historic Landmark, neighboring the hotel. […]

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Modern Ways To Experience Ancient Hawaiian Sports

The Big Island Of Hawaii

Ancient traditions that honor the sports culture and history of the Hawaiian people continue to be practiced today. They play an important role in preserving customs passed down from generation to generation. Opportunities for travelers to take part in ancient Hawaiian sports are more accessible than one might think on each of the islands and […]

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Understanding The Real Hawaii On Vacation

Waipio Valley

There was a time when getting to really know the true essence of a destination was limited to visiting museums, guided tours, and small talk with locals in a neighborhood restaurant. That’s certainly not the case today as more and more Hawaii visitors are rolling up their sleeves, putting on their worst clothes they don’t […]

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Challenging Hikes In The Hawaiian Islands

Orchids on the Big Island

Challenge yourself to get out of the hotel room and into the wild with a memorable hike in Hawaii. A few things you can look forward to: waterfall pools, lush rainforests, native plants, or breathtaking ocean panoramas. If you’re ready for a more difficult hike, here are a few worth considering. Waahila Ridge (Oahu) – After a […]

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Get Hands-On With Hawaiian Arts And Crafts

Hawaii Waterfalls

Native Hawaiians have a long tradition of creating unique arts and crafts many of which have become symbols for the Hawaiian Islands today. Several attractions have opportunities for visitors to participate in the creative process, including: The Children of the Land Polynesian Cultural Center (Kauai) – As the only Polynesian cultural center on Kauai, the non-profit organization […]

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