Each of the Aloha State's seven inhabited islands offers something a little bit different, from big-city vibe of Honolulu/Waikiki on Oahu to the rustic back country of Molokai and Lanai. Agritourism and Hawaiian cultural tourism are also on the rise.

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Oahu's Haiku Stairs to be removed

kalenemsley Well, it turns out that so many people were ignoring the prohibition on climbing these 4,000-step stairs in the Ko’olau mountain range that the Honolulu city council finally has just a couple of weeks ago voted to remove them. Get the details at https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/sep/22/hawaii-stairway-to-heaven-trail-remove?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

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Maui cited as one of '5 Fab Lesser Known Places to Visit in the USA this Year'

Boasting inspiring national parks, gorgeous lush green valleys, plenty of adventure parks, thrilling adventure sports, and stunning beaches - the United States is the perfect place for you to head to for a refreshing vacation in 2020! And it offers a seemingly inexhaustable supply of amazing sights and experiences. If you've already seen the marquis destinations - New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, New Orleans, the Grand Canyon, and so forth - there are plenty of lesser…

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The breathtaking Na Pali Coast caves of Kauai

On the Hawaiian island of Kauai, the 17-mile Na Pali Coast (Na Pali meaning "the cliffs") is home to deep valleys covered with remarkably pristine forests and vegetation, punctuated by steep pinnacles and waterfalls. The coastline itself, meanwhile, is marked by various shallow inlets and hidden beaches, as well as a number of sea caves formed by powerful waves that hammer the coastal porous lava rocks. Here are three of particular note: read post

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  • Anybody been fishing in Hawaii? If you have, or might be interested in doing it, check out this piece in The Daily Beast about the islands with what its author calls "the world's best fishermen" - "The Most Humbling place in the World to Fish": https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-most-humbling-place-in-the-world-...
    The Most Humbling Place in the World to Fish
    To be consistently successful here sets an angler apart.
  • Hawaii travel continues on the upswing in 2022, according to the Huffington Post: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/experts-predict-popular-travel-2022_...
    Experts Predict The Most Popular Travel Destinations Of 2022
    From domestic getaways to new international opportunities, here's where tourists will be flocking this year.
  • The Hawaii chapter of Travel Massive has just been started. Join the group to talk travel and learn about meetups

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/203348979844917/

    Travel Massive Maui
    Travel Massive Maui is part of a global initiative to connect people in the travel industry locally. Even though we're the most isolated, populated i…
  • Dear Hawaii PR executive and/or luxury hotelier,

    My wife and I are travelling around the world on a 500-day honeymoon. In each region we visit we pick one luxury boutique hotel to partner with exclusively for said region. We post two articles per resort on Honeymoons.com as well as numerous social media posts across Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Foursquare, Instagram, YouTube, etc..and most importantly each partner becomes the exclusive resort in their respective region on Honeymoons.com for an entire year (at no cost to any party, 100% barter) - If anyone in this group represents a luxury hotelier/resort in Hawaii, we would love to talk more. Please drop us a line (MikeAnne@HoneyTrek.com) and we can answer any questions and forward over our formal proposal for your review.

    Sincerely,
    Mike & Anne

  • Anyone interested in agritourism?  I took a trip to Maui and wrote up some of the top ag operations that accept visitors: check it out in the blog.

  • My wife says that this trip, she wants a warm tropical beach. OK, we'll do that. To get in the mood for it, we'll take a look at Maui today on The World on Wheels: http://tinyurl.com/yf87e42
    Maui2.jpg?width=300

    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • See my question about a strange variety of medical tourism to Hawaii. And tell me what you think.

    http://www.tripatini.com/group/medicaltourism/forum/topics/death-to...

  • The Big Island's Mauna Kea road and Maui's Hana highway get a shout-out today today on the Tripatini blog's post The World's 12 Craziest Drives!
  • Aloha! As of today, Honolulu's airport will begin broadcasting a welcome message in Hawaiian as well as English every half hour. This is a great step forward in the struggle to keep minority languages alive. Wouldn't it be cool to land in, say, Miami, and see welcome messages not only in English, Spanish, French, and German, but also Miccosukee?
  • Check out our story on exploring volcanoes in America, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: 

    http://www.tripatini.com/profiles/blogs/lava-love-exploring-americas.

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