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Aloha! The Hawaiian Islands are an absolute 'Mecca' for tours and activities. Their offerings of Hawaii activities and Hawaii tours provide more unique experiences than you will find at any other vacation destination in the world. With over 45 years of experience, we can offer more than 1500 of the best Hawaii activities and Hawaii tours: Maui over 600; Oahu over 400; Big Island over 300; and Kauai over 200. Like the islands themselves, none of these activities and tours are the same. We know the differences and want to share them with you to make choices based on your tastes, styles, passions and travel needs. The geography, weather patterns, and experiences on each island, and even on each part of the islands, are very different and can be a challenge to figure out.

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How do you make an Imu (Hawaiian oven)?

When you come to Hawaii you almost certainly will attend the famous Hawaiian feast called a luau. This is a celebratory feast of epic proportions in which hundreds of people gather together to essentially eat, drink and be merry. Music, chanting, dancing, playing games and enjoying the company of one another are the staples of any luau feast.

This is not exactly the Hawaii State Bird........But!

In most places chickens are in cages but in Hawaii there is a large population of feral chickens who live in the wild. This is true of all islands but to a larger extent on the island of Kauai where it is speculated that large quantities of birds were loosed from their cages during both hurricanes Iwa and Iniki and have been wandering in the wild ever since.

This Tiny Frog Makes a Big Racket!

Since day one the islands of Hawaii have been a magnet for all sorts of life forms that could make the long journey from anywhere else on the planet to the islands. Because we are surrounded by 2000 miles of ocean in any direction the sea has provided a formidable barrier for thousands and even millions of years. When man first came all that changed and one by one the various life forms from the outside world began to arrive in Hawaii.