Hulopoe Bay

Hulopoe Bay: One of the Most Beautiful Beaches in the World

Check one of the most beautiful beaches in the world when you visit Lanai, Hulopoe Bay is located on Lanai’s south shore. Although the winter months are not as safe for swimming here due to the shorebreak, the rest of the year Hulopoe offers calm and sparkling blue waters. Not to mention some of the best […]

Papohaku Beach Park

One of the longest beach in Hawaii? Papohaku Beach Park on Molokai

Visit Papohaku Beach Park on the tranquil island of Molokai. Interestingly, one of Hawaii’s longest beaches is also one of its least frequented. Its soft white sands stretch a whopping three miles. In places, the beach is 100 yards wide! This is plenty of space for plenty of people, though the beach is often all […]

North Shore of Oahu

North Shore of Oahu – World Famous Surf Spot

If you’re a professional surfer, you can skip this post because you already know that North Shore of Oahu boasts the most amazing waves in the world. BUT if you’re coming to Hawaii and you’re just interested in checking out some surfing, then DO NOT MISS the North Shore of Oahu! In the summer, Oahu’s […]

Tour Waikiki

Tour Waikiki Historic Trail

Walking tours are one of the great free things to do on Oahu. Tour Waikiki’s historic trails to take in some rich Hawaiian culture and history, but you get to work on your tan and get a little exercise, too! The Waikiki Historic Trail is one of Oahu’s most popular walking tours. It covers 23 amazing […]

Hanauma Bay

Hawaii’s #1 Tourist Attraction? Hanauma Bay!

During your visit on Oahu, absolutely, positively do not miss Hanauma Bay! Hanauma Bay is basically a snorkeler’s and scuba diver’s paradise, even if  you’re a beginner.  There are beautiful coral reefs teeming with brightly colored tropical fish, all nestled within a stunningly beautiful bay, which is actually the crater of an ancient volcano. It’s […]

Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove

If you’re looking for an idyllic spot to enjoy a picnic while being immersed in a little piece of Hawaiian history, Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove is a fabulous place to do it. The attraction is only about a half-mile from Kaunakakai, which is the main town on the island of Molokai. Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove was planted back […]