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[10 Sep 2010 | 14 Comments | ]
Before Your Hawaii Vacation Travel, Park Your Car

Hawaii is becoming more and more popular with tourists which saw over 7 million people visiting the island last year. The appeal of sand, sunshine and general relaxation is overwhelming, not to mention the bragging rights of telling your friends and family you’re going on holiday to Hawaii.

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[3 Sep 2010 | 29 Comments | ]
The Top Four Popular Hawaiian Scuba Diving Sites

If there’s anything that Hawaii has plenty of, it’s warm water and clear seas, both of which make for a scuba diver’s paradise. All the Hawaiian islands host dive sites for the novice and sea monster alike.

The island of Oahu is the primary destination for arriving travelers and has a plethora of dive sites to excite even the most traveled divers. One of the favorite dive sites is the wreck of the Mahi, a 185 foot minesweeper that lies in 90 feet of water with the upper deck at 65 feet. The visibility often exceeds 100 feet and the Mahi hosts many beautiful eagle rays.

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[30 Mar 2010 | 26 Comments | ]
Kauai’s Top 10 Things to Do

Of all of the islands in Hawaii, Kauai (the Garden Isle) may stand out as the most beautiful. With so much to see and do having a plan will minimize the stress of your vacation. The following are just a few of the exciting adventures that await you on Kauai.

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[7 Jul 2009 | 10 Comments | ]
How to Pack For Your Next Hawaiian Cruise

I know personally the worst part of going on a cruise is the packing. You never know how much you should bring. Most time I end up over packing and never wearing half of the clothing I brought.

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[5 Jun 2009 | 18 Comments | ]
Princess Cruises to Hawaii Vacations and Travel Packages

Hawaii is a beautiful island paradise that attracts people worldwide to come and enjoy its beautiful landscape, attractions, and people. And what is more beautiful and fantastic about that wondrous paradise is seeing it from the ocean

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[25 Mar 2009 | 12 Comments | ]
For Romantic Honeymoons, Hawaii Has It All

If you’re looking for a romantic honeymoon vacation in Hawaii, beautiful memories await your arrival! Your ideal honeymoon might be in a resort on the main island of Oahu. On famed Waikiki Beach you can spend romance-filled days and nights in the privacy of a room with gorgeous ocean or mountain views.

The more adventuresome might prefer to drive over Pali Pass with its breathtaking vistas of the windward shore. On the north shore, Waimea Beach’s spectacular surf is only for experts. For honeymooners for whom only the most awesome of views approach the wow standard of their private moments, few spots on the main island of Oahu can match Waimea.

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[18 Feb 2009 | 7 Comments | ]
What To Do In Hawaii; Best Hawaiian Vacation Destinations

Paradise awaits you in the islands of Hawaii. From its white sandy beaches to it crystal clear waters, the former childhood home of President Barack Obama has a lot to offer its visitors.

Whether it is a family vacation that you planned or a romantic getaway for two, nothing will have you saying, “Aloha!” more than a night or two at Kualoa Ranch located in beautiful Oahu. Set in between the steep mountainside of Hawaii and located near the shores of the sea, visitors have their pick of activities to choose from including: horseback riding, a jungle expedition, and ATV rides.

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[28 Jan 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
Fantastic Island and Beach Attractions in Hawaii

In spring 2009, Hawaii will host several events, some ongoing, some one-time. The ongoing events include lava viewing at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The park itself has 323,431 acres, trails totalling 150 miles, and seven distinct types of ecology, from sea level – where lava flows into the ocean – up to 13,667 feet.