2 Unforgettable Destinations on the Road to Hana in Maui!

By Leo Malagon on August 19, 2014 2 Unforgettable Destinations on the Road to Hana in Maui!The Road to Hana is one of many of Maui’s world famous attractions. Maui is home to some of the world’s most beautiful destinations, and the Road to Hana, curving over six-hundred times and passing over fifty-nine one lane bridges, twists alongside several of these fantastic sites. On the Road to Hana Eco Adventure Tour from Discover Hawaii Tours, you will have the once in a lifetime chance to travel along the Hana Highway and stop at some of Maui’s most beautiful locations along the way. Road to Maui Hana tours are incredibly popular for all visitors to Hawaii, and

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Two Great Destinations on the Road to Hana in Maui!

By Leo Malagon on August 18, 2014 Two Great Destinations on the Road to Hana in Maui!One of the greatest and most unforgettable adventures Maui has to offer is the unbelievable Hana Highway. A highway in name alone, the glorious Maui Road to Hana Tour will leave you astonished at the expansive beauty of our planet. Embarking on a Road to Hana van tour is a wonderful way to experience all of the gorgeous locations this road has to offer; in the van, which is driven by an expert, local guide, you can sit back, relax, and take in the scenery as you cruise along this twisting and turning highway! Along the way, you will have

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How to Take On the Tough Koko Head Trail Hike

By Leo Malagon on August 18, 2014 How to Take On the Tough Koko Head Trail HikeThe Koko Head Trail hike is a popular attraction for everyone from first-time Oahu visitors to fitness-minded locals who regularly run the steep trail. The hike is just 1.5-miles round trip, but reaching the 1,200-foot summit requires a 1,000-stair climb. There’s no arguing that the hike is physically demanding, but at Discover Hawaii Tours, we know it offers stunning vistas that you won’t want to miss. Here are our tips for conquering this challenging hike.Get Out Early As the day goes on, staying hydrated and motivated can be difficult. Beating the heat can help you reach the top of the

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From Here to Eternity Beach: Explore One of the Most Famous Oahu Beaches

By Leo Malagon on August 18, 2014 From Here to Eternity Beach: Explore One of the Most Famous Oahu BeachesOahu beaches have been featured in many movies, from Blue Crush to Forgetting Sarah Marshall, but one of the most memorable scenes shot along the Oahu shoreline was in From Here to Eternity. You may remember the iconic scene, in which Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr kiss while lying on the sand, waves breaking over them. During your visit to Hawaii, you can discover this spectacular secret beach for yourself with Discover Hawaii Tours.Getting to Eternity BeachThough this now-famous beach is sometimes referred to as “From Here to Eternity Beach,” its original name is Halona Cove. The cove is located

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5 Things to Do While You’re In Maui

By Leo Malagon on August 18, 2014 5 Things to Do While You’re In MauiMaui is a beautiful island. Most popular for honeymooners, it’s also a great destination for any traveler. Whether you’re with your sweetie, your family or even alone, here are some ideas on what to do while you’re in Maui!First, you have to check out the beaches. Maui has some fantastic beaches and it’s great just to walk along the coastline of Kanapali or Lahaina. You’ll find surf lessons, beach bums and daiquiris along the way. Set aside a beach day to soak up some sun and spend time walking from resort to resort.One of Maui’s most famous attractions is the

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3 Ways to Enjoy Maui Life

By Leo Malagon on August 17, 2014 3 Ways to Enjoy Maui LifeVisiting Maui is a special vacation. Many couples choose Maui for their honeymoon and you’ll understand why once you get there. When it comes to vacationing on Maui, there are different ways to do it. Here are three ways you can soak up the Maui sun in style.The romantic getaway. This one is for the honeymooners. Maui is perfect for your honeymoon because it has so much to offer in way of romance. First, choose a beautiful resort. Maui has plenty in the Kanapali and Lahaina areas. You can find a resort with a spa, gold course and fine dining restaurant.

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Malasadas: A Culinary Must-Try During Your Visit to the Islands

By Contributor on August 17, 2014 Malasadas: A Culinary Must-Try During Your Visit to the IslandsWhen most people think of foods they absolutely have to try while visiting the Hawaiian Islands, they often focus on fresh fruit, seafood, or luau offerings. However, at Discover Hawaii Tours, we know no trip is complete without trying malasadas, or Portuguese donuts. People who have seen Elvis Hawaii movies or performances might be surprised to learn these donuts were one of the many things the King loved about the Islands. So what exactly are these treats, and where can you find them?A Mardi Gras Treat Enjoyed All YearPortuguese donuts consist of fried dough coated in sugar. Unlike regular donuts,

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What is There to do in Maui?

By Leo Malagon on August 17, 2014 What is There to do in Maui?Whether it’s your honeymoon or just another vacation, Maui is an excellent choice. It has beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts and some amazing eco tourism. Here are just a few things that you can do while visiting Maui.Take a surf lesson. One way to enjoy Maui’s beaches is to participate in one of the island’s most popular sports. People come to Hawaii from all over the world for the surfing. Surf lessons are offered to beginners and include a wetsuit rental and board rental.Visit Hana, Maui. The road to Hana is a mountainous drive with more than 600 hairpin turns and

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Why Take a Road to Hana Tour?

By Leo Malagon on August 16, 2014 Why Take a Road to Hana Tour?Hawaii has many sights and tourist attractions. Eco tourism is a popular term for seeing all of Hawaii’s natural wonders such as black sand beaches, volcanoes and more. One of these tours is the road to Hana, Maui. This tour is special because it combines a lot of the sights of an eco tour, but you can see them from the comfort of a mini coach.You’ll get picked up early in the morning from your Maui hotel. Be sure to eat breakfast, because it’s a long drive. Hana is on the eastern side of Maui but the road is quite

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3 Ways to Enjoy the Road to Hana

By Leo Malagon on August 16, 2014 3 Ways to Enjoy the Road to HanaVisiting Maui is a great vacation and fun whether you’re on a honeymoon or with the family. If you’re going to Maui, you’ll definitely want to do the road to Hana. This is a windy road that includes more than 600 hairpin turns and 200 one lane bridges. Hana is a sleepy little town on the eastern side of Maui that offers lush vegetation and a peaceful atmosphere. You can do the road to Hana a few ways, but here are three of them: Do it yourself. This is probably the toughest option, but if you consider yourself a driving ace, it’s

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