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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.
Just thinking about Valentine’s Day in Hawaii is enough to conjure images romantic kisses, tropical sunsets and floating hearts. If you’re actually planning a trip to Hawaii on or near Valentine’s Day, then chances are you’ve heard of the tradition of receiving or presenting Lei.
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.
Everyone wants to have a FLU rich vacation in Hawaii. By FLU I mean, Fun, Lively and Unexpected.
January and February tend to be Hawaii’s wettest months. While everyone packs for fun under the tropical sun, you probably don’t have a plan for a rainy day in Hawaii. Here’s a few tips for how to have fun on vacation if the weather isn’t “cooperating”.
When Martin “The German Tiger” Tobry approached Discover Hawaii Tours about sponsoring his Honolulu Marathon run for Make A Wish Hawaii we were ecstatic. A big congratulations to Martin, who had a great finish and is well on his way to reaching his fundraising goal. Here’s a look at his run and his path to helping make the dreams of a special little girl a reality!
Need ideas for what to do while staying at Hilton Hawaii Hotels & Resorts for your Hawaiian vacation this holiday season? We have the answers for you! Here’s our top 5 holiday travel ideas for guests of Hilton Hawaii Hotels.
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.