With another year behind us, we look back on 2017 and what we’ve accomplished on the HawaiiActivities website. Which tours are the most popular? When do people visit? Click to find out.
Chief Sielu, originally from the Samoan Village of Polynesian Cultural Center, is moving his famous Chief’s luau from its temporary home at the Makapuu Meadows of Sea Life Park to a custom-designed facility at Wet’n’Wild water park.
For the 33rd consecutive year, the Honolulu City Lights have decorated downtown Honolulu for everyone—visitors and residents alike—to enjoy for free.
So you’re all costumed up, but don’t know where to go? We’re here to help. Here’s a list of all the biggest Halloween happenings in the Hawaiian islands, separated by area.
Kalakaua Avenue will be closed this Saturday at 11 to make way for the Pride Parade, starting in Magic Island and ending at the Waikiki Shell where the Pride Festival will be held.
The Pacific Aviation Museum is hosting an interactive and informative event for youth to learn more about careers in the aviation and aerospace industries.
Check out the 71st annual Floral Parade, a parade that attracts thousands to Kalakaua Avenue every September, for a celebration of Native culture and aloha spirit!
Check out the 65th annual Waikiki Hoolaulea, a block party celebration that thousands of people attend on Kalakaua Avenue every September, for food, fun, music, and live performances.
The Global Tourism Summit takes place at the Hawaii Convention Center from September 19th to the 21st, 2017.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, August 19, 2017—that’s the date of the Mai Tai Fest at the Royal Kona Resort.