May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii - Read about this day of color, celebration, flowers and aloha.
Find out the exciting accommodation and dining news as well as new activities available on the island of Kauai for the spring and summer of 2013.
See what's new with Oahu hotels & resorts and activities for the winter of 2013.
The island of Oahu offers a wide range of activities for every interest, every age and every budget as is seen in our Oahu activities and entertainment news for the spring of 2010.
Hawaii's Plantation Village has announced Hawaii's Historical Tours - a new sightseeing tour targeting visitors interested in learning and experiencing unique cultural aspects of Hawaii's history.
A look at the various types of coffee grown in Hawaii.
A guide to festivals and events on Oahu in 2013 - arts & culture, cuisine, music, shopping & entertainment, sporting and fitness events and festivals.
APEC 2011, a gathering of 21 Asia Pacific World Leaders will take place in Honolulu from November 7-13, 2011
New Activities and Events on Hawaii's Big Island for March 2011 and beyond
Kauai's Poipu Beach Resort area offers world-class golf at affordable rates.
A guide to the best annual festivals and State holidays in Hawaii in January and February.
Waikiki celebrates the music of Hawaii throughout the month of May 2013 with Mele Mei and culminating in the 2013 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards.
On April 26, 2013, visitors to Waikiki will get a big helping of Hawaii's unique culinary tastes when the 11th Annual Waikiki SPAM Jam returns to the 50th State.
Information about Hawaii's General Excise Tax, Transient Accommodations Tax and Car Rental Surcharges and Fees
See what's new with Oahu hotels & resorts and activities for the spring of 2013.
Hawaii's annual celebration of hula, in honor of King David Kalakaua, the Merrie Monarch Festival takes place each spring during the week following Easter Sunday.
Vote for your favorites in the categories of favorite Hawaii island, favorite Hawaii beach, favorite Hawaii hotel/resort and favorite activity company in each of the four major islands.
Take our 23 question survey to help you decide which of the Hawaii Islands has the most to offer you for your next vacation.
Waikiki's famed International Market Place undergo a complete $100-150 million renovation with construction to begin in mid-2005 and be completed sometime in 2007.
Whether a first time or repeat visitor, here are some of the best ways to keep up with what's going on in Hawaii.
Find out how the island of Oahu continues to grow, renovate and upgrade its hotels and resorts in an effort to distinguish itself from other major tourist destinations across the globe in our Oahu hotels and resorts news for the summer of 2010.
Eco-conscious travelers to Tahiti, Fiji or Easter Island in the South Pacific will find that resorts are making efforts to go green in various ways, from harnessing the energy of the sun and the cooling power of deep ocean water to offset power for air-conditioning overwater bungalows to building resorts with a goal of LEED certification.
The South Pacific Islands are divided into three distinct regions: Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. Refer to this South Pacific Islands overview for an introduction to the key islands in Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia.
Like much of the South Pacific, Fiji can be a budget-buster. Its top accommodations–luxurious bures (bungalows) at private-island resorts–are beyond the reach of many travelers. And yet, Fiji does offer something for everyone, including the value-conscious traveler. Here are some suggestions and tips for experiencing the Bula! (welcome) feeling and getting the most from a visit to Fiji for less:
On one day on the Big Island of Hawaii, you can ride horseback in one of the most isolated places on earth, the Waipi'o Valley, and still have time to travel to the 13,796 ft. cold summit of Mauna Kea for sunset.