“The O'ahu Visitors Bureau is excited to partner with American Girl for the launch of their new historical character, Nanea Mitchell,” said Noelani Schilling-Wheeler, Executive Director of O'ahu Visitors Bureau. “Nanea's story focuses on the bombing of.
“Demand from the western United States remains very strong,” Peter Ingram, Hawaiian's executive vice president and chief commercial officer, told Travel + Leisure. While Hawaiian couldn't report on the specific pricing for these routes, they promised .
Nias was forgotten about for years. Decades, it seems. It had become a victim of its own popularity and was overlooked for other Indonesian rights -- Lance's, Keramas, etc. Recently, though, regularfoots looking for perfection will see a storm blow up.
When Bill Gates and Melinda French got married on the Hawaiian island of Lanai in 1994, they celebrated the occasion with magnificent views over the ocean at the signature golf course on the grounds of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai. And now, you can do .
The Kingdom of Hawai 'i was born in 1795 when five independent islands joined under a single government. That government was overthrown by independently acting U.S. citizens in 1893, who successfully petitioned the U.S. government to annex the .
For many, a trip to Honolulu, Hawaii, is not complete without visiting Pearl Harbor. In fact, this site is easily ... here's an idea of what to expect, as well as a few travel tips that might make your visit run more smoothly. Pearl Harbor makes for.
Known as the Gathering Place, Oahu is Hawaii's most visited island ... square foot kids' club called Aunty's Beach House stocked with toys, games, computer and video games, costumes, and a playground where parents can drop off their over-3s for full.
Palm trees blowing in the breeze, crystal clear water, and a fun-sized left surf break sounds like the idyllic spot for any paddler. Add in a SUP foilboard and you've got yourself an epic day on the water. That's the scene in this edit from Hawaii as.
Hawaii has always been known for its volcanoes, attracting visitors from all over the world to see molten lava and the unique landscape it has shaped. But, if you ever were remotely interested in making the journey yourself, now is the time to go. Why.
National Park Service authorities have fined 13 French tourists for going beyond the safety boundary surrounding the active volcano Kilauea in Hawaii . The visitors were on an unauthorized tour that promised to bring them close to the volcanic action.