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Hawaii Travel Blog - Articles #140 to #149


In these blog articles we explore the islands of Maui, Oahu and the Big Island. During our travels we do a huge variety of activities ranging from an Aromatic Distillation at the Aromatherapy Foundation of Maui to a zipline tour in view of the volcano on the Big Island, and we even made it over to Oahu to see Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor.




Travel Blog - Articles #140 to #149

The experience that my Dad and I had on our Paradise Helicopters flight this morning is something that I will never forget for the rest of my life. We did the complete island trip that departed from the Kona Airport.

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People often ask me what my favorite Hawaiian Island is. I always tell them that I am a bit biased towards Maui because I was born and raised there but all of the islands have something different to offer.

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The volcano is one of the Big Islands most popular attractions. The view from the Jagger Museum is something that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime.

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We had been outside waiting by the curb for about 30 seconds when the Paradise Cove Luau bus pulled up in front of us. The luau representative greeted and gave us our admission tickets to the luau grounds.

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Aside from a luau I think the most classic nighttime activity that we offer is a sunset dinner cruise in the waters in front of Waikiki. These trips, with the classic view of Diamond Head and the skyline of Honolulu are something that I would recommend every visitor on Oahu to experience at least once.

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The attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 is arguably the single event in the history of the Hawaiian Islands that has had the greatest influence on what Hawaii is today.

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One of the most popular things to do in the state of Hawaii is the Polynesian Cultural center. This attraction is located on the northern tip of Oahu is the town of Laie.

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The original zipline company to construct a zipline course in the state of Hawaii was Skyline Eco Adventures. Their original course was located on the edge or Crater Road on the way up to the top of Haleakala.

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If you're staying on the Kona side of the Big Island you should plan to spend at least one day of your trip going over to the other side of the island to visit the Hawaii Volcanos National Park.

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What many people do not know is that you do not HAVE to leave Waikiki to do a Luau. There is actually a luau that is held at a massive rooftop luau grounds.

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