Archive For The “Hawaiian Words” Category
The list of influential women in history is large, so let’s take a moment to acknowledge some of the standout women in Hawaiian History. Through art, education, science and politics, these women have contributed to the story of our wonderful 50th state.
Hawaii is an amazing, beautiful, and unique state. It is the only state in the union with it’s own native language, musical style, and to be completely made up of islands. Here’s a look at the Hawaiian language and an introductory lesson on how to speak Hawaiian.
It’s been a few months since our friends at Manoa Chocolate delighted the winners of our Shaka Summer Photo Contest. Sharing their aloha with hand-made Hawaiian chocolate as part of the care package prizes we gave to 4 lucky winners, Manoa Chocolate is working hard to cultivate a Hawaiian chocolate following.
When you think Hawaiian fruit, what is the first one that comes to mind? Is it pineapple? Hawaii is famous for producing much of the world’s pineapple and it all started at the Dole Pineapple Plantation. As one of Oahu’s most popular tourist attractions, here’s a look at the wonderful things you can see at the Pineapple Pavilion of Dole Plantation.
One thing everyone has to do on vacation is eat. In fact many people look forward to trying new restaurants and cuisine while traveling. Here are a few dining tips for Hawaii vacations. Bon Appetit!
There are a few things that nearly everyone who visits Hawaii have in common. Sunset Instagram photos, a souvenir with their Hawaiian name on it, a sunburn on the flight home, and wanting to feast at a Hawaii luau! Here’s a look at why a Hawaii luau is a must do for your vacation.
If you are trying to figure out which tours to take while visiting you need to check out our Ultimate Hawaii Experience Package Tour. Of all the Hawaii tour packages, this is the one for you!
There is no other place in the world like the Polynesian Cultural Center, except well, Polynesia. But there is nowhere else you can experience all the magic of Polynesia in one place. Perhaps that is why the Polynesian Cultural Center is the most visited cultural landmark in Hawaii.