Travelers know that Hawaii is easy to love. With picturesque beaches, incredible scenery and nightly breathtaking sunsets, it’s a truly unforgettable destination. And since the the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival takes place every October, food lovers have another reason to visit this tropical paradise in the fall.
After he got hooked on riding an e-bike a few years ago, avid cycling enthusiast Michael Robles opened e-bike store Pedego Waikiki in 2018. From his centrally located shop, he takes riders on two-wheeled sightseeing adventures across the island on Pedego e-bikes.
Humans aren’t the only ones who love a sunny day at the beach and catching tasty waves. Dog surfing has been gaining momentum around the world, and becoming a popular activity along the coasts and wherever pets and their owners gather by the shore.
Ready to catch some waves? You’ll need some practice before you can get barreled, do aerial tricks or perform cutbacks. Check out these great surfing spots across America that are ideal for beginners. These scenic coastal destinations feature beautiful beaches, friendly crowds and an overall fun wave-catching experience
Vibrant and diverse, Oahu's culinary scene is evolving at a rapid rate in Honolulu – as well as across Hawaii's most populated island. Spearheaded by creative chefs who combine local, fresh ingredients with innovative flavors and cooking techniques, the island is offering a multitude of exciting and surprising dining experiences, at new establishments as well as long-time favorites.
The newly refurbished Queen Kapiolani Hotel in Waikiki exudes a cool, casual vibe. Open, airy and light-filled, the lobby of this recently renovated property welcomes guests with a fresh ambience enhanced with ocean breezes and bright Hawaiian artwork.
The casual visitor to Hawaii may be surprised to learn that a number of French chefs have been reimagining the islands' cuisine by incorporating a variety of ingredients and culinary techniques that are traditionally associated with France.
In most pancake houses, chocolate chips, blueberries, maybe even pumpkin are about as exciting as the flavors get. But Hawaii takes its pancakes to the next level, with local fruits and flavors like mochi, lilikoi, mango and ube.
One of the Aloha State’s most traditional ingredients, poi has always been much loved by Hawaiians, but it wasn’t until recently that it’s started to make appearances in innovative dishes at restaurants across Hawaii, from fine dining restaurants to casual cafés and even bakeries.