Mangos are widely grown as dooryard tree in almost every area of Hawaii. The fruits are mostly eaten fresh, but are easily made into ice cream, sorbets, juices and other delicacies. Try fresh mango, as well as other seasonal local fruits, on your Hawaiian getaway!
Coconut water is popping up everywhere in a variety of commercial beverages. But the original (and a favorite at local Hawaiian farmers' markets) is a fresh green coconut trimmed, opened with a machete, and inserted with a straw to draw out the fresh sweet liquid!
Hawaiian cooking includes a diverse blend of cuisine and culture. Try out some of these Island-style recipes at home, including ahi poke salad, huli huli pineapple chicken, sesame-crusted mahi, ono butter mochi and more!
Most of the Kauai North Shore (where we are headquartered) and many parts of Kauai are in recovery from record rainfalls that have ravaged homes with flooding, sinkholes, and landslides. If you are looking for an alternative vacation spot in the next month or two, we’d like to introduce you to some of our favorite Hawaiian destinations.
Dive into the history Pidgin English — considered Hawaii's local language — and how it became recognized as an official language. Then, learn some words and phrases to fit in during your Hawaiian vacation!
With so many online bookings sites (like VRBO and Airbnb), how do you know which is the best booking site to use? Read on to find out why you should book your vacation rental directly with the exclusive management company.
While Hawai'i is generally a safe and family-friendly destination, it's important to be prepared for any situation. We put together a few tips to remember when preparing for your dream Hawaiian getaway.