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Explore historic Haleiwa Town and the rest of Oahu’s North Shore

If visiting the North Shore is on your Oahu itinerary, then a stopover in charming Haleiwa Town is a must. A quaint small surf town, Haleiwa Town is the North Shore’s historical and cultural center. At just an hour drive from Waikiki it is the perfect escape from the city crowds. The preserved plantation era…

Free parking in Waikiki? Yes!

Are you looking for free parking in or around Waikiki? Here are some tips on where you can get free or cheap parking in Waikiki. Ala Wai Canal Every Waikiki local knows that the first place to look for free parking is along the Ala Wai Canal. Parking is always free along the canal and stretches not only the length of the canal but also includes the smaller stretch across from the Hawaii Convention Center. These free spaces easily fill up, cross your fingers you’ll get a chance to snap one up. Just be aware to move your vehicle before 8:30 am on Mondays and Fridays as there is no parking from 8:30 to 11:30 on those days of the week because of tree trimming. If you don’t, you will get towed! South Waikiki You’ll find free parking on Montserrat…

On a budget? Here is the free entertainment around Waikiki.

Waikiki is considered the top tourist attraction and the most visited place in Hawaii. Waikiki is famous for its legendary beaches, stunning sceneries and historical monuments and landmarks. Being a dream destination, it certainly does not come cheap! We’ve gathered some of the best things that can be done for free while making a million-dollar memories. Enjoy the beach The most obvious activity is also the best. Legendary Waikiki Beach is a 2-mile stretch of beautiful sand and clear waters. Take a stroll along the coastline while admiring the ocean view. Tread the clear blue waters and swim to your heart’s content. Grab your beach chair or lay out your towel, sit back and relax. If you are more adventurous you can catch some waves body boarding at the well know “Walls” surf break. The jetty at Walls has…

How to Live Like a Local in Hawaii- Go Hawaii Tours

Imagine clear blue skies a the salty breeze from the ocean and sound of the waves crashing down about its sandy shores—do these thoughts conjure up a tropical paradise? For people living in Hawaii, no need to conjure these thoughts, its just another day in Hawaii. This laid back vibes make the Hawaiian people friendly,…

What Are The Free Things To Do In The Big Island?

10 Health Benefits You Can Get From Vacations Everybody needs a break—from work, personal, issues, heartbreaks, anything. But, did you know that taking a vacation does not only help you regenerate energy and relax? It actually has health benefits too. Read more and find out what are the health benefits you can get from vacations….

Car Rentals in Hawaii

Go Hawaii Tour’s recommends VroomVroomVroom as one of the easiest and fastest way to find a cheap car rental in Hawaii. They have gathered vehicles from leading suppliers, including Alamo, Enterprise and National, so you can find a rental car that will suit your budget and needs. So whether you are in search of an affordable car rental or a luxury vehicle, VroomVroom can help you find the perfect vehicle. Using VroomVroomVroom is easy! All you have to do is compare, choose, and book. You may even be surprised to find out that you have booked a rental car in less than two minutes.  Book online today or call at 702 224 2327.

Hawaii Activities for Adventure Seekers

Hawaii promises a lot of activities that are not for the faint hearted.  From surfing to a variety of extreme water sports, adventure seekers will surely find what they are looking for on whichever island they step foot on. Here are a few of the most thrilling and extreme activities you can find in Hawaii:…

The Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin

Other than the breathtaking beaches, mountains, hospitable people, and amazing food, Hawaii is also known to be home to some majestic creatures, be it terrestrial or marine. One of the most famous water animals which tourists in Hawaii love to see and observe are dolphins—more specifically the Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin. The spinner dolphin (aka the…

Best Kept Secret Beaches in Oahu- Go Hawaii Tours

If there’s one negative thing about most well known Hawaiian beaches, it’s the fact that they can get a little crowded, especially during peak seasons. However there are a lot of hidden gems here and there all over Oahu.  Thus if you want some solitude and peace of mind as you visit, be sure to…

Eat Like a Local: Must try Foods When in Hawaii

The Hawaiian cuisine is one of the most diverse, interesting, and delicious foods in the south pacific. It serves as a multi-cultural melting pot in the Pacific Ocean. Despite the variety of flavored dishes and food options, it remains one of the most distinct cuisines in the world. Here are some of the must try…

How to Get the Most of Your Vacation in Hawaii

We get it. You’re very excited to leave everything and go straight to your dream vacation in Hawaii. But, do you really know what to do before, during and after your trip to the Aloha state? Hawaii may still be part of the United States of America, but, there’s no harm in planning ahead your trip to make sure that you’ll make the most out of your time. Things to do before: Do some research Thanks to the Internet, it is possible to prepare yourself (at surface level, the least) on what to do, expect and do in the island paradise. Read on articles about the popular (and not so popular) destinations in the area and what activities you can do once you’re at it. Know about the must try food and delicacy Hawaii has to offer. Think of the…

How to Pack Light for Your Hawaiian Trip

You’re finally flying to Hawaii! Probably for a long time, you have daydreamed of its crystal clear waters, fine white sand, great food, and hospitable people. For months, you have prepared your itinerary—where to stay and what to do in these tropical islands. Everything is set—except the part where you pack your things. You definitely…