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Made in Hawaii – Taste Experiences for your Next Vacation

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Hawaii is an extraordinary place with a mélange of climate, geography and culture found nowhere else. And when it comes to food, Hawaii is truly one of a kind. Being so close to the equator with endless sunshine, with plenty rain and wildly varied altitudes – Hawaii can grow almost anything, from tomatoes to pineapples, […]

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Best Açaí Bowls in Oahu, Hawaii

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The açaí berry was first discovered by the native tribes of the Amazon jungle hundreds of years ago and used for its medicinal benefits. The fruits powerful characteristics and nutritional benefits include heart health, improved digestion, promoted skin health, anti-aging effects and is an immune booster, to only name a few. The acai bowl originally […]

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KCC Farmers’ Market

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The KCC Farmers’ Market is easily one of the biggest and busiest in Honolulu, Hawaii. It has become so popular that you’ll see buses dropping off large groups of tourists from Waikiki, all wanting to get a glimpse of island life on Oahu. The Farmers’ Market has lots to offer including fresh produce, florists, great […]

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Koko Head Cafe

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In December 2013, Chef Lee Anne made the move from New York City to Honolulu. After gaining many years of experience in New York, she decided to open her very own restaurant. Koko Head Cafe, an island brunch house was founded. When you walk in, a comfortable setting awaits. Amongst the busy restaurant filled with […]

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Koko Crater Railway Hike

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The Koko Crater Railway Hike is a great way to get your daily dose of exercise, and getting a pretty gratifying view of Honolulu and Hawaii Kai including Hanauma Bay. The railway was once used during World War II, to transport personnel and supplies to a lookout post on top of Koko Crater. Today this is […]

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Lanikai Pillboxes Hike

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One of my favorite hikes on the island of Oahu is the Lanikai Pillboxes Hike. The hike in itself isn’t very long or difficult, but is all the more beautiful. It takes only about 20 minutes to reach the first pillbox and another 5 minutes to reach the second one. Throughout the entire hike, ocean […]

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Hanauma Bay

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On the very east side of Honolulu, near an area of town called Hawaii Kai, is Hanauma Bay, one of the most famous places on the entire island for snorkeling. The bay, sunken into a crater with a gorgeous stretch of golden sand, is a nature reserve and marine sanctuary. When you arrive at Hanauma […]

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Diamond Head

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If you love to get outdoors, do some exercise, and enjoy stunning panoramic views, hiking is one of the best things to do in Honolulu. There are quite a few good hikes right in the Honolulu area, some of them a bit outside of the city limits, but others are right in the city. Diamond […]

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Manoa Falls

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While Diamond Head and Koko Head, two amazing hikes in Honolulu, are dry hikes, Manoa Falls is a lush green jungle hike. It’s actually not so much of a hike, but more of a 20 – 30 minute walk through the dense tropical forest with a pretty nice waterfall at the end of the trail. […]

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Pearl Harbor

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Pearl Harbor, and more specifically the USS Arizona, is not so much an attraction in Honolulu, but rather a memorial. It was on the morning of December 7th, 1941, when Japanese aircraft made a surprise bomb attack on the US ships anchored in Honolulu’s Pearl Harbor. During the deadly attack, many lives were lost, and […]

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