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.
When rough weather forces us indoors, we at HA decide the cozy Harbor Pub is the best place to find food, shelter, and happy hour drinks.
StripSteak, “a new genre of modern steakhouse,” recently celebrated one year of serving exquisite food and handmade cocktails at the Waikiki International Marketplace. The restaurant invited us to attend a small event to try out some new cocktails and appetizers.
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.
Hawaii’s unique natural beauty makes it an amazing backdrop for movies and TV shows, as showcased by the various films and series shot in Hawaii.
Everyone should take the time to explore Volcanoes National Park as much as they can, since the park has a lot to offer. Even if you’re just visiting the Big Island for a day, make sure you include a helicopter flight in your agenda!
A short hike on the Big Island of Hawaii led to Kalapana lookout, where I could see lava flow into the ocean. This was the coolest thing I’ve ever done in my life.
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!
The good thing about traveling with teenagers is that you won’t be held back by physical restrictions, but you’ll also have to consider what your teen is interested in doing.