Hawaii Vacation Blog began in 2006 and was spearheaded by Hawaii Aloha Travel owner Bruce Fisher. The blog's roots are in providing an authentic voice and interesting topics on anything and everything Hawaii, and is specifically created for Hawaii's guests .

Fourth of July Celebrations in Hawaii include food, festivals, parades, and fireworks. Ala Moana Center's fireworks show has been named among the best in the country.

Are you going to be celebrating the Fourth of July in Hawaii this year? If so, keep reading, because I have rounded up a...
Watching the sunset from 14,000 feet above sea level on Mauna Kea. We were above the clouds! Afterwards, we went stargazing on Mauna Kea.

Surreal. That is the only way I can describe my experience at Mauna Kea. I recently got back from my second trip to the Big...
Greenwell Farms in Kona, Hawaii

I recently went to the Big Island (the Island of Hawaii) with a friend for a girls’ trip. We went to Kona, Hilo, and...
The 1,048 stairs to get to the top of Koko Head reward you with this view.

The journey of 1,048 steps begins at  the base of Koko Crater near the baseball field at Koko Head district Park.  For those who...
Kayaking to Moku Nui (the island on the left) is one of my favorite places to kayak.

I have a friend from the mainland visiting me this week, and the number one thing that she wanted to do was go kayaking....
I saw so many dolphins on the Dolphin Watch Eco Tour!

I recently had one of the best days I’ve ever had in Hawaii on board a Dolphin Watch cruise through Dolphin Star. Since I...
A statute of Philip Kunia "Gabby" Pahinui has been immortalized in bronze by master sculptor Kim Duffett. It is located at Waikiki Beach Walk.

Art in many different forms can be found practically everywhere you look in Hawaii. Hula, community theater, festivals, paintings, photography, music, sculpture, and more...
2016 Honolulu Zoo Society’s Annual Summer Concert Series.

The Honolulu Zoo is one of my favorite things to do in Honolulu. I love taking visitors here! It is worth a trip, in my...
King Kamehameha Day Celebration in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

In Hawaii, King Kamehameha Day is a state holiday that honors King Kamehameha I. King Kamehameha I united the Hawaiian islands into one kingdom...

You’ve probably heard about Kona coffee in Hawaii. When you come to Hawaii, drinking a cup of Kona coffee is a must-do. But what...

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Bag of Kauai coffee
This week’s podcast is about the coffee from the Islands. If you haven’t tasted Hawaiian coffee then you haven't tasted coffee at all! Co-Host Lanai...
In this weeks  podcast we share some of the important historical and cultural locations that should be part of your next Hawaii Vacation.   It's...
no nude beach warning sign
You've heard the old saying "When in Rome do as the Romans" well, this also applies to Hawaii. While you mostly hear us talk about...
Couple holding balk sand at beach
If you’re planning a trip the Big Island or headed there on vacation this podcast is a must! Fresh from our trip to the Big...
hula dancers performing on a stage
Have you been thinking about attending a Luau on your Hawaii Vacation? One of the most frequent questions we get is about Luau's so...

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