Chief’s Luau in Wet’n’Wild Water Park

Chief Sielu, originally from the Samoan Village of Polynesian Cultural Center, is moving his famous Chief's luau from…

The 71st Annual Waikiki Floral Parade

The 71st Annual Waikiki Floral Parade

Check out the 71st annual Floral Parade, a parade that attracts thousands to Kalakaua Avenue every September, for a…

Kapu! Things to NOT Do in Hawaii

It's tough being an outsider, which is why we've put together this article to help visitors understand some of the…

Hōkūleʻa returns from its three-year worldwide voyage

Hōkūleʻa Returns from Its Worldwide Voyage

The Hōkūleʻa, a Polynesian double-hulled canoe built for international voyages, arrived at Magic Island on Saturday,…

Hawaiian Language for Visitors

This post serves as a primer on the Hawaiian language, it’s structure, history, and how it’s used today—useful…

Traveler’s Guide to Hawaiian Pidgin

Traveler’s Guide to Hawaiian Pidgin

Hawaiian Pidgin sounds a lot like English, but is its own language with its own vocabulary, grammar and history.

Your First Hawaiian Luau

What You Need to Know Before Your First Hawaiian Luau

Planning to attend a luau for the first time? Here's what you should know before going.