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WHAT'S NEW LOOKING AHEAD TO 2020
(November 13, 2019)

HAWAII – There’s no better way to start off the new year than a trip to the Hawaiian Islands. Plan a visit and experience Hawai‘i’s newest attractions kicking off in the spring, enjoy the state’s vibrant music and arts festivals, or indulge in its diverse and delectable culinary scene. We’ve got all of the details below, plus additional updates on just about everything else new statewide.

BEST PLACES TO EXPERIENCE NATURE AND CULTURE IN THE ISLAND OF HAWAII’S SIX AMAZING MOKU
(August 6, 2019)

The island of Hawaii’s vast, diverse and often breathtaking landscape is home to six distinct moku – the Hawaiian word for “districts” – with lots for you to see and experience in each.

FALL WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(July 1, 2019)

HAWAII – From the unveiling of new hotel offerings, to great outdoor adventure activities and exciting festivals, fall is always one of the best times of the year to visit the Islands. Read on to check out some highlights of the autumn months ahead in Hawaii. For additional updates referencing each island, click the newsletter links of our individual Island Chapters: the Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau, Kauai Visitors Bureau, Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau and Oahu Visitors Bureau.

SPRING WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(April 4, 2019)

Pondering an awesome vacation destination for this summer?  The Hawaiian Islands offer a vast breadth of experiences and attractions ideal for all manner of travelers. From exploring Hawaii’s islands by air within the cockpit of a helicopter, to checking out one (or more) of the Islands’ vibrant summertime cultural festivals back on solid ground, you’ll definitely want the lowdown on everything happening throughout the Islands as you begin your planning. We’ve got lots of summering-in-Hawaii activities listed below, plus additional updates on just about everything else new happening statewide.

5 HAWAII AMBASSADORS DOING AMAZING THINGS RIGHT NOW
(March 28, 2019)

Native Hawaiians understood the relationship between humans and the natural world as a reciprocal one. Simple in concept and powerful in action, the notion is that if people malama (care for) their land, the land will in turn provide them an abundance of life. This concept, which in Hawaiian antiquity was a guiding principle in the lives of all people, instilled in them an integral sense of kuleana (responsibility) to protect, preserve and perpetuate oceans, land and all living beings therein.

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