2022 Hawaii Statewide Official Visitors Guide

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Loko i‘a (Hawaiian fishpond), the original form of aquaculture.

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CONTENTS Introduction �������������������������������4 Mālama Hawai‘i �������������������������6 Culture �������������������������������������12 Events & Festivals �������������������14 Kaua‘i ���������������������������������������20 O‘ahu ���������������������������������������34 Moloka‘i �����������������������������������58 Lāna‘i ���������������������������������������62 Maui �����������������������������������������66 Island of Hawai‘i �����������������������86 Cuisine �����������������������������������104 Kuleana �����������������������������������110 Essential Hawai‘i �������������������114 Advertiser Listing �������������������120 Directory ��������������������������������121

Photography property of Hawai‘i Tourism Authority, unless noted. PHO T O C R E DI T S:

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Shingo Matsushima

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Kaua‘i O‘ahu Ni‘ihau

Moloka‘i Maui

Lāna‘i Kaho‘olawe

Island of

Hawai‘i

Six Hawaiian Islands. Six pure experiences. From crystal blue waters to stunning green cliffs and black sand beaches, Hawai‘i’s wide open spaces are the breathtaking backdrop for unforgettable encounters with a vibrant culture that rewards travelers seeking to expand their horizons. Discover a thriving food scene. Seek thrilling outdoor adventures. And, for the most enriching experience of Hawai‘i, make time to join efforts to mālama (care for) this truly special place and unique culture.

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The hidden key to authentic Hawai‘i There’s a secret to the Hawaiian Islands’ allure. It’s the reason why Hawai‘i has a unique appeal for travelers who don’t just want to see and do all that makes this place special, but feel and be a part of it. When you experience it first-hand, it can transform your visit and even change your life. — It’s the concept of mālama.­ ­—

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What is mālama? Like so many words in the Hawaiian language, mālama has many definitions. It translates to mean take care of, to attend to or cherish, to preserve or protect, and even to save. And so it is a word used often today in discussions about the importance of preserving and protecting Hawai‘i’s oceans, its land, and the people who call the islands home. In the context of Hawaiian thought, where the land, the people and the ocean are not discrete things but part of one unified system, to mālama one is to mālama all. Mālama is an idea so firmly entrenched in Hawai‘i that it influences how locals relate to one another. Home for 1.4 million people, the Hawaiian archipelago is one of the most isolated land masses on the planet, separated from California by nearly 2,400 miles of ocean, and the Hawaiian Islands are more than 3,800 miles from Japan. Hawai‘i’s geographic isolation and the islands’ relatively small population foster

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❝ Once you build an intimacy with a place, then you have to respect that place when you go and see it. You feel extremely fortunate to be able to actually be there and experience it. … That’s a magical thing.

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T R AV E L T I P S

3 ways to Travel Pono with Hawaiian Airlines To Travel Pono means to explore the Hawaiian Islands with care. We ask for your help to preserve our natural resources, cultures and communities — all while gaining a deeper connection to Hawai‘i.


As Hawaii’s hometown carrier, we’re proud to welcome our guests with information that enriches their experience and helps protect our way of life. Do your part to Travel Pono in Hawai‘i with these tips.

Know before you go

Mind your surroundings

Make your trip meaningful

Prepare for your trip to Hawaii’s unique landscapes by doing your research in advance. Understand the laws and follow posted signs. Check ahead for current hours and operations. Pick the right activity for your skill level. Bring the appropriate gear for the weather, including reef-safe sunscreen.

Enjoy your visit to the Islands while ensuring others have a good experience, too. Be mindful of those around you and respect their personal space. Keep a safe distance from wildlife, many of which are federally protected. Look for ocean hazards before entering. Always leave places better than you found them.

Take your time to gain a sense of place and learn about the cultural significance of each location. Wherever you go, support local businesses so you can leave a positive impact in our communities. Show up for your reservations and express your appreciation to everyone you meet — a ‘mahalo’ goes a long way.

Learn more at HawaiianAirlines.com/TravelPono


How can you benefit when you mālama?

ALI‘I LOKO I‘A (FISHPOND)

strong personal bonds with family and friends, as well as close ties with neighbors and our communities. We do our best to take care of others, and others, in turn, do their best to look after us. It’s a pervasive part of life here that reaches across all the islands, spreading through each community no matter how bustling and busy or sleepy and remote. Mālama for others is an idea rooted firmly in Hawaiian culture, but so is taking care of the islands’ resources – the land, the ocean, sea life, birds, plants and trees – to ensure they remain healthy and prosper for future generations. Simply put, we do our best to perpetuate the beauty, the people, the culture and uniqueness of this place because if we take care of the Hawaiian Islands, they will take care of us. That two-way nature of mālama - when we care, we are in turn cared for - is part of what makes mālama efforts like volunteering such a rewarding experience.

For example, Hawai‘i’s natural beauty is often depicted as untouched and pristine. The reality is that it’s been touched for centuries, by a local population that works incredibly hard to care for it, so that it can be enjoyed by future generations. That hard work, that mālama, is what makes it possible to enjoy Hawai‘i’s natural beauty. And that enjoyment is doubly fulfilling when you have a part in making it happen. When you can say, “It’s beautiful here, and I helped plant that tree. I helped restore that stream. I helped protect that endangered bird,” you’ll feel a sense of belonging and kinship to this wondrous place. With modern research now confirming traditional Hawaiian scientific observations that being connected to nature improves one’s well-being, it’s clear that our culture of mālama is a big part of Hawai‘i’s frequent appearance at the top of well-being and happiness rankings. However, mālama is an experience available not just to locals, but also to visitors who take the time to give back.

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Mindful travelers who opt to mālama during their Hawai‘i stay are sure to enjoy an enriched visit by immersing themselves in authentic experiences that connect them to place and people. Taking part in any of Hawai‘i’s many unique volunteer activities cultivates a sense of giving and genuine service to the islands. Actively helping to preserve the beauty and culture of this remarkable place creates a lasting connection that truly stays with travelers long after their return home. It often draws them back years later, to see the impacts of their actions evident in saplings grown into forests, more abundant native fish and wildlife, more sustainable food systems and more vibrant communities. Moloka‘i resident Noelani Lee, who works regularly with visitors to restore one of the island’s centuriesold Hawaiian fishponds, has seen firsthand how travelers who give back during their vacation undergo an unmistakable transformation. “When people come in and they give of their whole selves, they leave feeling elated,” Lee says. “They’re so joyous for what they’re able to have gifted. And if it’s removing gorilla ogo (invasive seaweed) or pulling and snapping mangrove or just being there with their positivity and their aloha, ... that’s the mālama. They’ve given back to a place and that place – it opens and receives them and gives back and nourishes us.” gohawaii.com/malama


VOLUNTEER PLANTS A HALA TREE

VOLUNTEERS REMOVE INVA SIVE SE AWEED FROM LOKO I‘A (FISHPOND)

❝ You can see they feel good about themselves. And they feel good that they’re not just takers, they’re contributors. …And from what we’ve seen, oh, they just keep on wanting to come back and do more, and they really enjoy it. Not only are they looking at this time being well spent, you know, but actually participating and being active in it.

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The Hawaiian Culture

A RR AY OF LEI

LEI ALOHA—A lei given with love

MO ’ OK IH A O PI ’ IL A NI VOYAGING C A NOE

The past is still a vital part of the present in Hawai‘i—from the cherished daily traditions to the historic sites that stand next to modern buildings, and the festivals that celebrate the legacies of Hawaiian royalty. We invite you to share in the power and beauty of Hawai‘i through its history, traditions, culture and natural wonders.

At graduation ceremonies, birthdays and almost any celebration, it is common to see people decked out in dozens of lei. Most often the garlands are of fragrant island flowers including delicate plumeria, pīkake (jasmine), tuberose and white ginger. The traditional gift can also be created out of kukui, shells or ribbon. Regardless of the material, giving or receiving a lei is an expression of love, welcome, congratulations or simply friendship between two people. If you plan to take one home, ask the lei seller which dry best for longevity and check the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s list to make sure your choice is allowed to be transported. www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/newsroom​ /factsheets/ppq

Hawai‘i’s heritage is a royal tapestry of monarchs, heroes and saints. 1882

1750s Pai‘ea is born and immediately hidden in Pololū Valley, away from warring chiefs. He would grow up to be King Kamehameha I, the first of Hawai‘i’s many great monarchs

1898 Hawai‘i is annexed by the United States

­Captain Cook arrives in

the Hawaiian Islands and names them the Sandwich Islands after Britain’s Earl of Sandwich, his patron

Kōloa Sugar Mill, first of its kind in the islands, is opened by Ladd & Co.

1845

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Hawai‘i’s only ruling queen and last monarch, Queen Lili‘uokalani comes to power

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‘Iolani Palace is built by King Kalākaua, who initiated a cultural revolution including revival of the hula

1894 Hawai‘i is declared a republic

1883 Kamehameha I statue is unveiled in Honolulu

1889

Bishop Museum opens

1893

Monarchy overthrown


MELE O HAWAI‘I—Hawaiian music

NĀ HOLOKAI—Canoe voyaging

In the early years, Hawaiian music was comprised of drums, the subtle sounds of a nose flute and the rhythmic, melodic voices of the people. The now familiar strains of ‘ukulele and slack-key guitars are a more recent addition, after the Portuguese and Mexican-Spanish vaquero (cowboys) brought stringed instruments to the shores in the 1800s. Specific form, melody, harmony and rhythm are combined with Hawaiian words and poetry that are often taken from traditional Hawaiian oli (chants). Four of the most prolific haku mele (composers) were referred to as Nā Lani ‘Ehā, the Royal Four, and lived in the late 19th Century. Siblings King Kalākaua, Queen Lili‘uokalani, Princess Likelike and Prince Leleiōhoku II wrote some of the most treasured and loved songs of Hawai‘i, many which are still performed today.

The ancestors of the Hawaiian people were skilled navigators and voyagers who sailed back and forth across the Pacific Ocean for thousands of years in wa‘a kaulua (doublehulled canoes). The stars, wind, ocean currents and other signs of nature were their only compasses. Today, the traditions are being taught to new generations with the Hōkūle‘a. Since its maiden voyage to Tahiti in 1976, the crew of the Hōkūle‘a has continued to travel around the world using only traditional Polynesian techniques. The only M A R I N E N AV I G AT I O N T O O L S nod to technology has been live video streams which allow crew members to educate local students and groups about their journey hokulea.com.

F A R M I N G K A LO ( TA R O ) I N H Ā L A W A VA L L E Y, M O L O K A‘ I

KALO (TARO)—Hawaiian life force The leaves are used to make laulau (wrapped meal) and lū‘au (type of stew). The root is the base of poi (pounded taro) and many other dishes. Kalo (taro) is a staple of the Hawaiian diet and is considered the source of life for Native Hawaiian people. Traditionally grown in lo‘i, a system of irrigated ponds or dryland terraces, legends speak of kalo as the ancestor of the Hawaiian race. This familial relationship is the foundation for mālama ‘āina—take care of the land as it takes care of you; as one would care for a parent. Today, discover the many flavors and uses for it in everything from crispy chips to poi doughnuts and acai bowls made with pa‘i‘ai (freshly pounded kalo).

For more cultural information visit Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association at: NaHHA.com or HTA’s Hawai‘i Style & Resource Toolkit: hawaiitourismauthority.org/what-we-do​ /tools-resources/maemae-toolkit

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Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, destroying and disabling 200 aircraft and killing over 2,000 officers and men, and bringing the U.S. into World War II

Duke Kahanamoku sets a world record for the 100-meter dash in swimming at the Stockholm Olympics

1930 First interisland telephone call placed between Hilo and Honolulu

1900 President McKinley signs the Organic Act making Hawai‘i a territory of the United States

1917 Queen Lili‘uokalani, the last Hawaiian Monarch, dies

Father Damien, priest who cared for the Hansen’s disease patients on Moloka‘i, is canonized by Pope Benedict XVI

Kīlauea volcano on the island of Hawai‘i erupts and continues to occasionally flow

1959 Hawai‘i becomes 50th U.S. State

2012 Mother Marianne Cope, who cared for the Hansen’s disease patients on Moloka‘i following the death of Saint Damien, is canonized by Pope Benedict XVI

1978 The Hawaiian language is reinstated as one of the official languages

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Heritage Sites of Hawai‘i

Events & Festivals Festivals celebrate Hawai‘i’s rich heritage and traditions and are a great way to learn more about the islands’ multi-culturalism. Below is a listing of just a few of the most notable festivals. JANUARY

FEBRUARY

Sony Open in Hawai‘i

Waimea Town Celebration

O‘AHU sonyopeninhawaii.com

Sentry Tournament of Champions MAUI pgatour.com/toc

HULIHE‘ E PA L ACE, ISL AND OF H AWAI ‘ I

Heritage Sites of Hawai‘i are “must-see” destinations for your next visit to the islands. For many generations, the people of Hawai‘i have been visiting these special places for their cultural, natural, scenic and historic significance. Immerse yourself in the long history, culture and beauty of our islands. For more information about Heritage Sites across the islands visit gohawaii.com/heritage-sites

or visit the GoHawaii app. K APA LUA , M AUI >

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Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualālai I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I hualalairesort.com​ /golf/mitsubishi-electric​ -championship-at-hualalai

KAUA‘I waimeatowncelebration.com

Hawai‘i Triennial O‘AHU hawaiicontemporary.org/ht​-22

Great Maui Whale Festival MAUI mauiwhalefestival.org

Pana‘ewa Stampede Rodeo I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I hawaiirodeostampede.com


MARCH

APRIL

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Prince Kūhiō Celebration of the Arts

Spring Fantasy Orchid Show

Lei Day Celebration

KAUA‘I rookchapter3@gmail.com

KAUA‘I gardenislandorchidsociety.org

KAUA‘I kauaimuseum.org

Honolulu Festival

Waikiki SPAM JAM®

Lei Day Celebration

O‘AHU honolulufestival.com

O‘AHU spamjamhawaii.com

O‘AHU honolulu.gov/parks/program.html

Lāhainā Whale & Ocean Arts Festival MAUI visitlahaina.com

Celebration of the Arts

Ka‘ū Coffee Festival

MAUI kapaluacelebrationofthearts.com

I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I kaucoffeefestival.com

East Maui Taro Festival

Kona Brewers Festival I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I konabrewersfestival.com

MAUI tarofestival.org

Merrie Monarch Festival I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I merriemonarch.com

DISCOVER HAWAI‘I’S MUSEUM

OPEN DAILY 9 am–5 pm

Closed Thanksgiving & Christmas Day

LIVING CULTURE | NATURAL SCIENCE | IMMERSIVE PROGRAMS 1525 Bernice Street, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96817 | bishopmuseum.org | 808.847.3511

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Events & Festivals

K ING K A MEH A MEH A CELEBR AT ION

JUNE King Kamehameha Celebration Festivities S TAT E W I D E ags.hawaii.gov/kamehameha

Pan Pacific Festival– Matsuri in Hawai‘i O‘AHU pan-pacific-festival.com

Maui Film Festival MAUI mauifilmfestival.com

Hawai‘i Kuauli Pacific & Asia Cultural Festival I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I hikuauli.com

JULY

AUGUST

Kōloa Plantation Days

Heiva I Kaua‘i

KAUA‘I koloaplantationdays.com

KAUA‘I heivaikauai.com

Prince Lot Hula Festival

Duke’s OceanFest

O‘AHU mgf-hawaii.org

O‘AHU dukesoceanfest.com

Moloka‘i 2 O‘ahu Paddleboard World Championships

SEPTEMBER

MOLOKA‘I AND O‘AHU molokai2oahu.com

Lāna‘i Pineapple Festival LĀNA‘I lanaipineapplefestival.com

4th of July Parker Ranch Rodeo I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I parkerranch.com

Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I hibtfishing.com

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Kaua‘i Mokihana Festival KAUA‘I maliefoundation.org

Aloha Festivals Ho‘olaule‘a and Floral Parade O‘AHU alohafestivals.com

Queen Lili‘uokalani Canoe Races I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I qlcanoerace.com


OCTOBER Kaua‘i Chocolate and Coffee Festival KAUA‘I kauaichocolateandcoffeefestival.com

Hawai‘i Food and Wine Festival O‘AHU, MAUI I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I hawaiifoodandwinefestival.com

Aloha Classic

IRONMAN C YCLISTS BIKE ALONG KOHAL A COAST

MAUI alohaclassicmaui.com

Maui Marathon & Half Marathon MAUI mauimarathonhawaii.com

IRONMAN® World Championship I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I ironman.com

NOVEMBER Hawai‘i International Film Festival O‘AHU hiff.org

Vans Triple Crown of Surfing

Beautiful with a Chance of Perfect Things are warm and wonderful on the gracious side of Diamond Head. The Kahala is a secluded, private world, only minutes from the excitement of Waikiki and all that Honolulu has to offer. No wonder experienced travelers who spend time with us once choose to do so again.

O‘AHU vanstriplecrownofsurfing.com

Maui Jim Maui Invitational MAUI mauiinvitational.com

Kona Coffee Cultural Festival I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I konacoffeefest.com

DECEMBER Lights on Rice Parade KAUA‘I lightsonrice.org

live the kahala life

Honolulu Marathon O‘AHU honolulumarathon.org

Christmas with the Chefs I S L A N D O F H AWA I ‘ I konakohalachefs.org/news.php

For a listing of more events and festivals, visit gohawaii.com.

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Kaua‘i retains a wild beauty, with waterfalls that carve their way down canyons and

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K AL AL AU VALLE Y / DAN LANE

mountain ridges and dazzling white sand beaches and cliffs that soar out of the sea.

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Kaua‘i Discover the royal legends of Hawai‘i’s oldest and northernmost of the main Hawaiian islands. Centuries before Kamehameha, the great unifier of the Hawaiian Islands, four ali‘i (chiefs) ruled their respective islands with absolute authority. Cloaked in the plumage of native birds, the ruling class of these islands were revered by their people and so celebrated that we still honor them today, centuries after their bones have been secretly laid to rest. Their epic battles and deeds, preserved in oli (chants) and mele (songs) are woven into the culture of the island, and live on as poetic testaments to their leadership and prowess. The great chief of Kaua‘i, Manokalanipō, lived in the early 1400s. Legend remembers him as a gifted war strategist, having once defended Kaua‘i from waves of invaders with fewer than 500 warriors at his command. It is said that after that feat, no battles were fought on the island, and Kaua‘i enjoyed peace, growth and prosperity. Today, a peak shaped like the mahiole (feathered helmet) stands tall in Kalāheo, named in honor of Manokalanipō. Each of the ruling chiefs of the islands of Hawai‘i promoted peace and prosperity through unity. Their leadership and aloha for their people and the ‘āina (land) will forever be a part of Hawai‘i’s fabric as long as there are those who share their stories and continue their memory. Welcome to Kaua‘i—peaceful, lush and naturally spectacular.

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Nāpali Coast With sea cliffs rising to 4,000 feet, Nāpali Coast is a 17-mile stretch characterized by dramatic, rugged terrain; sea caves; green and red cliffs; a turquoise sea; and the frequent appearance of rainbows and dolphins. Even for those who live here, the spectacle is always striking. Nāpali was once home to early ocean voyagers from Polynesia, and the coast’s rock walls and agricultural terracing are evidence of sophisticated irrigation systems and a traditional fishing and kalo-growing (taro) culture. You can experience firsthand the mystery and beauty of an ancient Hawaiian settlement by joining a tour to remote Nu‘alolo Kai, where community groups and Native Hawaiian cultural practitioners have been restoring historically important parts of what is believed to be one of the earliest settlements in the Hawaiian Islands. You can experience Nāpali Coast by air, sea or land. Take a helicopter or fixed wing aircraft tour—the quickest and easiest way to see the sights—and gaze into otherwise unseen valleys that cut into the mountainsides.

as their canoes reached Kaua‘i, paddle out on a guided kayak tour in the summer or take a Zodiac or catamaran boat tour along the coastline. A more intimate experience is on foot, hiking along the narrow Kalalau Trail that crosses five valleys and ends at a whitesand beach. The expert-level trail is often slick with mud so be sure to bring suitable footwear, all necessary equipment and plenty of water. Please note that if you plan to visit Hā‘ena State Park or hike the Kalalau Trail which includes the shorter hike to Hanakāpi‘ai, an advance-paid day pass is required whether you plan to drive, walk or use the North Shore Shuttle. These steps help reduce crowding and ensure a better experience for all who interact with this culturally important and ecologically fragile place. Day passes can be purchased here: gohaena.com

Camping Permits for Nāpali State Park can be found here: dlnr.hawaii.gov/dsp/hiking​ /kauai/kalalau-trail

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Kaua‘i

WAIME A C ANYON / DAN LANE

Waimea Canyon State Park and Kōke‘e State Park Here’s your chance to hike in a native Hawaiian forest or across a high-elevation swamp, to gaze into the depths of Hawai‘i’s deepest canyon or view some of Hawai‘i’s highest sea cliffs. Waimea Canyon State Park and the adjacent Kōke‘e State Park offer an exceptional range of natural beauty and adventure.

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Waimea Canyon is over 3,600 feet deep and 14 miles long. Drive along Waimea Canyon Drive and you’ll find lookouts with stunning vistas. Pack a jacket for the cooler elevations. The road ends in Kōke‘e State Park—4,000 acres of dense forestry atop a plateau. The park includes some of the island’s most varied and challenging hiking trails including the popular Pihea Vista Trail which crosses the Alaka‘i Swamp. Listen closely and you may hear the calls of native birds

like the Kaua‘i ‘elepaio, the ‘apapane, and the fiery red ‘i‘iwi. At the quaint log cabin-style lodge, warm up with a chili bowl made with Kaua‘i beef, the lodge’s famous cornbread and a cup of Hawai‘i-grown coffee. Next door, the Kōke‘e Natural History Museum has informative displays and sells maps, walking sticks, books and gifts. Ask about reserving a cabin for longer stays. kokee.org


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Several organizations across Kaua‘i offer opportunities for visitors to mālama (give back) during their stay, including beach clean-ups with Surfrider Foundation Kaua‘i and the Friends of Kamalani & Lydgate Park, or help remove invasive species with Hawai‘i Land Trust. When you give back - to the land, the ocean, the wildlife, the forest and the community - you will experience Kaua‘i on a much deeper and connected level. gohawaii.com/malama HAWAIIAN GREEN SEA TURTLE

Daniel K. Inouye Kīlauea Point Lighthouse The 52-foot Daniel K. Inouye Kīlauea Point Lighthouse stands at the northernmost point of Kaua‘i and the main Hawaiian Islands. From here you can gaze out at the Pacific and the surrounding coastline, scanning the water for humpback whales (from December to April). Far below you might spot a lone monk seal sunning itself on the beach, and all around you hundreds of nesting seabirds: wedgetailed shearwaters; red-footed boobies; Laysan albatrosses; and Hawai‘i’s native goose, the nēnē. KICKA WITTE

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Hā‘ena State Park To protect the natural beauty of the area, respect the neighborhood and create a better experience for all visitors, a reservation system for Hā‘ena State Park and a North Shore shuttle service was created, which includes Kē‘ē Beach and the Kalalau Trail; the trail also includes a shorter hike to Hanakāpi‘ai. Please note that if you plan to visit Hā‘ena State Park, advance paid reservations are required whether you plan to drive, walk, or use the North Shore Shuttle. These steps will help manage demand and ensure a better experience for all who interact with this culturally important and ecologically fragile place. gohaena.com

Po‘ipū Beach Park This sandy stretch draws visitors and locals with its excellent beach, lifeguards, outdoor showers, restrooms and covered pavilions. It also draws marine life, including honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles) and endangered Hawaiian monk seals (remember to keep a respectful distance if you see one on the beach). Keep a lookout for humpback whales from December through April. Add to all that a spacious grassy lawn, children’s playground and a protected swimming area, and you have one of the island’s most popular beaches.

Kalapakī Beach If you’re looking for an easy-to-visit beach with plenty of nearby amenities (shops, dining, restrooms) and multiple options for activities (surf lessons, stand-up paddleboarding, beach volleyball, kayaking), Kalapakī is the place. This sheltered bay is one of Kaua‘i’s most family and kid-friendly beaches. 28

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Discover charming towns set throughout the island’s five resort areas

Hanalei

Kōloa

Picture a quintessential Hawaiian town, and it will very likely look like Hanalei. Kids carry surfboards on their bikes. Laidback, walkable and home to historical churches, Hanalei lies between a perfect crescent-shaped bay and towering green mountains streaked by waterfalls.

Kūhiō Highway (Highway 56) runs through central Kapa‘a, but it is much more than a drive-through town. One of the best ways to explore this area is to bike or walk along Ke Ala Hele Makalae (Coastal Path). Come in the morning and you might have the ocean sunrise all to yourself. Kapa‘a town has a wealth of small shops, galleries, boutiques, and plenty of great places to eat and relax.

Hawai‘i’s sugar plantation era, which shaped culture and society across the Islands, originated in Kōloa with Hawai‘i’s first sugar mill, built in 1835. Kōloa retains its plantation charm with preserved historic storefronts and signage. Beneath the canopy of enormous monkeypod trees, explore Kōloa History Center to see old photos and artifacts and check out some of the plantation’s original buildings. History buffs will also appreciate the self-guided 10-mile long, 14-stop Kōloa Heritage Trail, which passes through landmarks including Pā‘ū A Laka (Moir Gardens), a botanical garden founded in the 1930s, Kōloa Jodo Mission, a Buddhist temple built in 1910, and the Sugar Monument, which commemorates the site of Hawai‘i’s first sugar mill. You can walk, bike or drive the trail.

Līhu‘e

Waimea

Kapa‘a

Līhu‘e is more than just a starting point for your adventure. The area has completed its Līhu‘e Loop makeover which has enhanced the lively town center while paying homage to the sugarcane plantations that once thrived here. With these improvements, you can bike or walk from a modern industrial craft brewery to a mom-and-pop saimin (a local noodle soup) stand in business for more than 40 years.

This historic seaport town is rich in paniolo (Hawaiian cowboys) history and home to the longest-running festival on Kaua‘i, the Waimea Town Celebration. A variety of small shops, restaurants and businesses can be found here and it is also a great place to stop for snacks and supplies before heading to Waimea Canyon. It is in Waimea, Kaua‘i where British discoverer Captain James Cook first landed in Hawai‘i in 1778.


Waterfalls Wailua Falls This is one of the most dramatic drive-up waterfalls on the island. Located along a country road several miles inland from the highway, you may even see a double rainbow.

‘Ōpaeka‘a Falls KICKA WITTE

Waipo‘o Falls At the Waimea Canyon lookout, you can park and enjoy views of these 800-foot silvery falls. For a closer look, hike the Canyon Trail, which takes you right above it.

Along with Wailua Falls, ‘Ōpaeka‘a is one of the most impressive drive-up waterfalls on Kaua‘i. The falls spread out like silver fingers (but don’t worry, the water still flows during dry periods). Pull over at a roadside lookout off Kuamo‘o Road (Route 580) for a photo op with this waterfall that flows into a hidden pool.

Manawaiopuna Falls

These majestic falls, featured in many films, is primarily seen from the air, with one company permitted to land near the base of the cascade.

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Spouting Horn (Puhi) Spouting Horn blowhole is a spectacular natural lava tube that releases huge sprays of water during large swells. According to one Hawaiian legend, this site was once guarded by a giant mo‘o (lizard) that would eat anyone fishing or swimming nearby. A young boy named Liko fought the mo‘o in the ocean and escaped through a small hole in a lava rock shelf, in which the mo‘o got stuck. Today, as the sea spouts through the rock, you can hear the mo‘o hiss and roar from inside Spouting Horn. Giant lizards notwithstanding, do not go beyond the fence for safety’s sake.

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Botanical Gardens Get up close and personal with Kaua‘i’s endless shades of green at the National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG), the only congressionally chartered network of botanical gardens in the U.S. Begin at NTBG headquarters, the McBryde Garden in Lāwa‘i Valley – a vast 259 acres with collections of palms, rare tropical trees and the world’s largest collection of native Hawaiian plants.

Enjoy Hawaii’s longest stretch of oceanfront holes on the beautiful island of Kauai. golfhokuala.com • 808.241.6000

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Adjacent to McBryde Garden, the 80-acre Allerton Garden was designed by Robert and John Gregg Allerton in the 1930s. A multi-layered palette of green envelops fountains, pools, garden “living rooms,” and Moreton Bay fig trees with their otherworldly roots made famous by Jurassic Park. Allerton Garden tours are guided and, like McBryde Garden tours, depart from the South Shore Visitors Center across from Spouting Horn.

The Limahuli Garden and Preserve on Kaua‘i’s North Shore offers guided and self-guided tours (by reservation only) detailing the Hawaiian culture, endangered native plants and a restored lo‘i (irrigated terrace) where kalo (taro), one of Hawai‘i’s most culturally important plants, grow. ntbg.org. Another unique botanical garden not to be missed is Na ‘Āina Kai Botanical Gardens and Sculpture Park located in Kīlauea. This garden offers 240 acres of diverse gardens, complete with one of the largest collections of bronze sculpture in the United States. naainakai.org


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Lē‘ahi Centuries ago, Hawaiians named this iconic volcanic crater Lē‘ahi, “brow of the tuna,” because of its shape. Later, British sailors mistook the calcite minerals on the slopes

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for diamonds, hence its English nickname, “Diamond Head.” If you choose to hike up the 760-foot volcanic tuff cone (it’s extinct), the walk is about 1.6 miles round trip. It can get hot so don’t forget to bring water and sunscreen.


There’s a fee to hike and reservations are required. Gates open at 6 a.m. and close at 6 p.m., at which time visitors must be out of the park. Remember: Lē‘ahi is a fragile resource. By staying on the trails, respecting other hikers and not taking shortcuts, you save plants and habitats, and reduce erosion. gostateparks.hawaii.gov/diamondhead 80 0 - GoHawaii

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Pearl Harbor National Memorial The attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, left O‘ahu scarred and Hawai‘i in sorrow. Thousands were killed, hundreds wounded and it drove the U.S. into World War II. Honor those who fought as well as those who worked to restore peace at this National Historic Landmark. Pearl

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Harbor is also the home base to the U.S. Pacific Fleet, the world’s largest naval command. We recommend beginning your journey at the Visitors’ Center with a walk through the USS Arizona Memorial Museum. A film including vintage newsreel footage from that somber day in Hawai‘i history sets the scene. Then, a short boat ride takes you to the USS Arizona Memorial, constructed atop the sunken battleship as a memorial to the 1,177 crewmen who lost their lives. Also visit the USS Oklahoma Memorial, honoring the 429 crewmen who died aboard that ship.

The Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum, a National Historic Landmark that features the restored WWII sub tells the fascinating history of underwater warfare. Next, take the shuttle to the USS Battleship Missouri Memorial, a living museum offering a glimpse into life on the historic “Mighty Mo.” Walk the deck, then climb into the living quarters of this 60,000-ton ship, to relive the other end of World War II history, where documents ending the war were signed. You can even mālama history by volunteering to preserve and maintain the Mighty Mo!


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Complete the wartime experience at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, located in the battlefield hangars at Pearl Harbor’s Ford Island. See historic exhibits and actual fighter planes and try the flight simulator. Watch for open cockpit days when you can climb into the pilot’s seat. There is a “no-bag” policy for each of the sites, but lockers are available for a nominal fee. A visit to Pearl Harbor is a deep dive into history; multi day tours are available for visitors to immerse themselves in “a date which will live in infamy.” Make sure to check on current online reservation requirements while planning your visit. nps.gov/valr

With guns like these, no Wonder there’s a surrender deck. This is no ordinary ship, this is America’s most historic battleship. Home to 2700 Sailors, nine 66-foot-long guns, 1220 projectiles and a deck big enough to host a surrender ceremony presided by General Douglas MacArthur.

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Dynamic and lively Waikīkī showcases modern resort amenities alongside localstyle relaxation. Luxurious hotels, vibrant nightlife, great shopping and dining can all be found in the world-famous destination, once the playground of ali‘i (royalty). Take to the water on a catamaran to view the stunning coastline. Or, explore beneath the ocean’s surface in a submarine to see sunken ships, airplanes and reef structures visited by colorful fish and other marine life. Searching for an entertaining lū‘au (feast)? Hungry for a musubi snack or dine at one of the finest omakase sushi experiences in the country? Waikīkī’s got it. Want a surfing lesson at the birthplace of surfing? Sure! Venture out and rent a bike to explore the surrounding areas or if you’d rather kick back and relax on a towel on a beach, that’s fine, too. There are endless ways to enjoy Waikīkī.

Seven miles of flawless beaches and stunning winter swells draw spectators and top surfers searching for the perfect wave. During the winter months in Hawai‘i, bring a plate lunch to watch thrilling contests, including the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, where some of the best in the world tackle swells up to 30 feet tall. In the summer and early fall, calmer conditions mean beginners can surf, swim and snorkel on the iconic North Shore. Enjoy an amazing round of golf at a championship course and then head to Kahuku for the shrimp trucks (you’ll smell the butter and garlic before you see them). Stop in Hale‘iwa Town to stock up a beach picnic basket and to try a local favorite “shave ice”—finely shaved, soft ice doused with syrups in flavors from liliko‘i (passion fruit) to rootbeer. Then, check out this historic surf town’s quaint shops, understated restaurants and charming art galleries. It’s a popular area and it’s highly recommended visiting on weekdays instead of weekends if possible.

A short 40 minute drive from Waikīkī but worlds apart, this resort area offering consistently sunny weather is great for golfing, stand-up paddlers and folks just wanting to relax in the sun. Here you’ll find exceptional resort accommodations, a championship caliber golf course, a fantastic marina, tranquil man-made lagoons, an array of dining options and a sunset lū‘au.

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Culture O‘ahu’s story is a fascinating history of wayfarers and royalty, of missionaries and a clash of cultures, of plantation workers and military, all of which continue to shape the island’s unique culture and lifestyle.

BISHOP MUSEUM Originally founded in 1889 as a repository of royal collections, the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum has since expanded to include millions of artifacts, documents and photos about Hawai‘i and other Pacific cultures. Learn about the cultures that created the island’s rich past, walk through a volcano in the family-friendly science center and learn how Polynesian voyagers navigated using the stars to sail the Pacific Ocean in the planetarium. bishopmuseum.org

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BYODO-IN TEMPLE, VALLEY OF THE TEMPLES At the base of the verdant Ko‘olau Mountains, this replica of a 950-year-old Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan was built in memory of the first Japanese immigrants who came to O‘ahu to work in the sugar plantations. Ring the peace bell, feed the koi and admire the roaming peacocks at a place that is picture perfect. byodo-in.com


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By 1882, once their labor contracts expired, many of the Chinese immigrants who came to the islands to work on sugar plantations started their own businesses. They established a bustling commercial district near Honolulu Harbor alongside Honolulu’s financial district. During the day, chefs mingle with residents and visitors exploring the open markets for farm-fresh ingredients. Stroll to noodle shops, buy traditional herbal medicine, watch flower lei being strung at nostalgic lei stands, visit temples and admire some of the state’s oldest architectural buildings. Explore the trendy boutiques, art galleries and stay for dinner at an eclectic mix of restaurants or perhaps a show at Hawai‘i Theatre or live music and lively bars.

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The secluded summer retreat for King Kamehameha IV, Queen Emma and their son, Prince Albert, remains a hidden gem. The historic 1847 building, furnishings and regalia are remarkably preserved. Travel back in time to see how the family lived during the Hawaiian Kingdom, while learning about the family’s contributions to education, health care and culture. daughtersofhawaii.org

View three original framed houses that were built in New England and shipped to Hawai‘i in 1820. Learn about the life and impact of Protestant missionaries, who settled here in 1821 and left a significant influence on Hawai‘i’s history, in a guided tour or special speakers series.

HAWAI‘I STATE ART MUSEUM The Hawai‘i State Art Museum features works of art primarily by artists with a connection to Hawai‘i. Venture on an eclectic journey through different mediums — paintings, sculpture, textile art and much more. Admission is always free including monthly events.

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HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART Recognized for its Asian, American and European collections, the Honolulu Museum of Art consists of six tranquil garden courtyards surrounding the museum’s 30 galleries. The Doris Duke Theatre shows independent films and festivals, including the popular surf film festival held during the summer. honolulumuseum.org

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‘IOLANI PALACE Walk across the floors and up the grand koa staircase at what was once the only official royal residence in the United States. Learn about the innovation of King Kālakaua, the dramatic overthrow of his sister, Queen Lili‘uokalani, the global

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respect for the Hawaiian royals, and life for the monarchs in the pivotal 19th century. Visit on Friday for a free concert by the Royal Hawaiian Band, which has entertained Hawai‘i since 1836. iolanipalace.org


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Mālama in Word and Deed There are countless ways to give back to, or mālama, O‘ahu’s diverse natural ecosystems, from shoreline clean-ups to mountain-top reforestation efforts, and everywhere in between - like a day in the valley restoring Native Hawaiian sustainable farming practices with farmers like Rick Barboza.

But you can also mālama by helping to keep O‘ahu’s culture alive. It can be as simple as learning and using the Hawaiian names for our geography, which embed rich cultural backstories and ecological wisdom into the places you may visit. In Hawaiian culture, to name something is to assume responsibility for its care. It’s easy to make jokes about how hard it is to pronounce new words in foreign languages. But by learning and keeping Hawaiian place names alive instead, you can help preserve and perpetuate the culture that makes this place unique and special. gohawaii.com/malama

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O‘ahu MĀNOA HERITAGE CENTER The nonprofit that runs the Native Hawaiian garden here and the historic home Kūali‘i, is committed to preserving the natural and cultural history of Mānoa Valley. Call in advance to schedule a guided tour. manoaheritagecenter.org

NU‘UANU PALI STATE WAYSIDE (PALI LOOKOUT) Wind alert! Perched 3,000 feet above the windward coastline, the Nu‘uanu Pali Lookout provides one of the best views of the Ko‘olau cliffs. It’s also the site of the epic battle of Nu‘uanu, where Kamehameha I completed his conquest of O‘ahu in 1795 in his quest to unify the Hawaiian Islands.

WAIMEA VALLEY The traditional division of land in Hawai‘i is an ahupua‘a (a sustainable division of land stretching from the mountains to the ocean). Explore the ahupua‘a’s natural diversity at Waimea Valley, an 1,800- acre rain forest with botanical gardens. The valley, which is run by a Native Hawaiian nonprofit, also serves as a backdrop for Hawaiian culture: musicians, hula, lauhala (pandanus leaves) weavers and other practitioners visit daily. Bring a swimsuit for a dip in the swimming hole below the valley’s waterfall, or bring your mālama spirit and volunteer to remove invasive species or help reforest this beautiful ahupua‘a. waimeavalley.net

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National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific More than 54,000 military men and women found their final resting place at Pūowaina, the crater of a longextinct volcano. The dramatic but peaceful setting of the federally-run cemetery includes memorials to the missing and the unknown, as well as the remains of many famous individuals including astronaut Ellison Onizuka, who died aboard the Challenger and war hero and influential U.S. Senator Daniel K. Inouye. www.cem.va.gov/cems/nchp/nmcp.asp

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O‘ahu Taste of Aloha Waves of immigrants have left their imprint on how we eat, from the first Polynesian settlers to the whalers and missionaries to the plantation workers from Japan, China, the Philippines, Portugal and other countries. O‘ahu, as the most cosmopolitan of the Hawaiian Islands, is also home to a great diversity of cuisines and contemporary flavors. It’s the only place in the world where you’ll find shrimp trucks wafting aromas of butter and garlic, local restaurants serving Hawaiian food based on the traditional Native Hawaiian diet, seafood restaurants on the pier blending soy sauce with beurre blanc, and some of the best Japanese food outside of Japan.

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Neighborhoods with Local Flavor For meals with a different type of view, set your sights on the microbreweries, street art and trendy boutiques and eats that make up the colorful, urban neighborhood of Kaka‘ako. For a cultural explosion, visit O‘ahu’s unique Chinatown which offers fragrant lei stands, bustling produce markets, local upscale boutiques, art galleries, and traditional Chinese fare, but also some of the island’s most prominent and innovative chefs from New American, French-Korean and new-age Vietnamese. For those ready to truly explore, a trip to Wahiawā is in order. Long home to locally loved bakeries, in recent times this sleepy town has become an up-and-coming culinary community with new eateries popping up reflecting its diverse resident population. For some old neighborhood charm, enjoy the juxtaposition of generational mom and pop storefronts living alongside some of the newest and hottest eateries and confectioneries in Kaimukī. So close but worlds apart, Kapahulu Avenue is not just a road connecting Waikīkī to Kaimukī but “a venue” with some of the islands’ most iconic eateries from sweet treats like malasadas and shave ice to the quintessential savory local plate lunch, you can find it all strung along in one tasty mile.

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Adventure Go sky-diving on the North Shore or watch the sunset during a horseback ride on the Windward side. From high octane adventures to laid-back recreation, O‘ahu offers adventures for all ages and interests, from thrill-seekers to big nature enthusiasts. AT V TOUR > >

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Surfing literally began as the “Sport of Kings” in Hawai‘i, when ancient Hawaiian royalty would show off their skills on Waikīkī Beach and other surf spots around the island. O‘ahu has many options for you to experience surfing, either by watching the pros take on big surf or by trying it out yourself on the gentler waves. Beyond he‘e nalu (surfing), you can enjoy a variety of water activities ranging from stand up paddle yoga, kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving to sunset cruises. With 112 miles of sandy shoreline, there’s a beach for everyone, whether it’s for family swims, romantic sunsets or exciting waves to ride.

O‘ahu is also home to the most hiking trails near the urban core, which means you can easily leave for a hike into a forest and end the day with an ‘ono (delicious) dinner at an amazing restaurant in town. There’s a wide variety of hiking trails for all levels and beautiful botanical gardens to explore. Visit the Hawai‘i State Department of Land and Natural Resources website (dlnr.hawaii.gov/recreation/nah) for a list of recommended trails on O‘ahu. Biking is another great option for exploration and with Honolulu’s new bike-share program, it’s easy to get around the city, from Lē‘ahi to downtown. For mountain biking adventures there are companies that will provide access to amazing private trails. To pick up the pace, try speeding across beautiful valleys on ziplines, trailblazing on horseback, or for a little more

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horsepower, jump on an ATV or electric bike. To explore all this and more, like famous movie sites, visit Kualoa Ranch Private Nature Reserve. Set on 4,000 acres, it offers a variety of tours and adventures, including opportunities to mālama and support conservation of the property. For a heartwarming outdoor experience, you can also enjoy horseback rides and ATV adventures at Gunstock Ranch, along with an unforgettable tree planting and dedication ceremony. For a walk on the wild side, opt for twilight tours at the Honolulu Zoo, spot colorful fish and sunken ships and planes with Atlantis Submarines, visit a wholphin and feed turtles at Sea Life Park or see endangered Hawaiian monk seals, he‘e (Hawaiian day octopus), sea dragons and sharks at Waikīkī Aquarium, the second oldest public aquarium in the U.S.


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Lū‘au You can’t visit Hawai‘i and not go to a lū‘au (feast). Expect a lively celebration with food and entertainment that often includes everything from Hawaiian hula to Samoan fire-knife dancing. The performances tell stories from Hawaiian and Polynesian cultures while you savor dishes like kālua pig, poke (diced raw fish) and poi (pounded taro). Ali‘i Lū‘au at the Polynesian Cultural Center polynesia.com/dining_and_luau.html

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The Land that Feeds In song and story, Moloka‘i is often referred to as momona, the Hawaiian word for rich or fat, in the sense of providing a wealth of sustenance. That’s because Moloka‘i was a great producer of food, even more than its inhabitants needed. The island has some of the best-preserved examples of ancient loko i‘a, ecological engineering masterworks sometimes referred to as fishponds. Dating back as early as the 13th century, they’re strung like lei along the island’s southern shore. Loko i‘a like Ali‘i Fishpond are being restored today by non-profit organizations and community leaders such as Noelani Lee, who welcome travelers seeking to mālama (help or give back), offering a transformative experience of Moloka‘i’s culture that powerfully demonstrates how healing the land also heals the community— and oneself. gohawaii.com/malama

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Kaunakakai’s long wharf forms Moloka‘i’s main harbor, where you’ll find charter boats for fishing, snorkeling and seasonal whale-watching tours. The unassuming town has a little bit of everything: groceries, a bakery, a wine store, a snack shop and a pharmacy—with its very own house-made ice cream shop to help the medicine go down!

On Moloka‘i’s sunny west end, Pāpōhaku Beach is three miles of uninterrupted white sand. The rough water isn’t safe for swimming, and the wind is often roaring here, but few beaches are more beautiful. The grassy park on the way to the beach is a great spot for picnicking and camping.

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Come here to soak up the solitude. Secluded Lāna‘i has few paved roads and plenty of opportunities for luxury relaxation and off-road adventures. Hunt for petroglyphs or sip cocktails while watching for dolphins in Hulopo‘e Bay. You will need a four-wheel-drive vehicle to explore the areas beyond Lāna‘i City.

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Keahiakawelo Much of Lāna‘i is uninhabited wilderness, accessible only by fourwheel drive vehicle. In the dry, shadeless center of the island, this wilderness takes shape as a surreal rock garden, known as Keahiakawelo (the fires of Kawelo). According to Hawaiian lore, this windswept landscape is the result of a contest between two kāhuna (priests) from Lāna‘i and Moloka‘i. The priest Kawelo lit a fire to ward off the prayers of the great Lanikaula, Moloka‘i’s priest and, as a result, the rock towers, spires and formations created by centuries of erosion are at their most enchanting at dusk. The setting sun casts a warm orange glow on the rocks, illuminating them

Hulopo‘e Beach This golden stretch of sand is one of Hawai‘i’s most beautiful beaches. Hulopo‘e Bay is a protected marine reserve, so please leave every stone and shell in its place. Hawaiian spinner dolphins often come here to rest, and humpback whales visit, too, in the winter. 64

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in brilliant reds and purples. And on a clear day, visitors can see the islands of Moloka‘i and O‘ahu. Please respect this intriguing natural wonder and sacred site: Do not stand

or sit on the rock formations, and the removal or stacking of rocks is disrespectful and kapu (forbidden). Access Keahiakawelo by hike or four-wheel drive.

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Lāna‘i City Travel back in time with a visit to Lāna‘i City. This former pineapple plantation town hasn’t changed much in the past century. Browse the quaint shops, art galleries and restaurants around Dole Square, and buy some fresh ‘ahi poke (sliced or cubed tuna) for a picnic beneath the ironwood trees. If you’re visiting on a Saturday morning, don’t miss the farmers

market in the square. At the Lāna‘i Culture & Heritage Center, spend time talking with historians and discover the island’s rich natural and cultural heritage at this small, well-curated museum. Displays include Hawaiian artifacts collected during archaeological investigations and plantation-era memorabilia donated by former employees. lanaichc.org


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West Maui offers equal parts action and relaxation.

Lāhainā Bustling Lāhainā town bursts at the seams with charm and history. Once the capital of the Hawaiian kingdom, it was also a raucous port of call for whalers as well as the site of the first college and newspaper west of the Rockies. Stop by the Lāhainā Heritage Museum at Banyan Tree Park for an interactive look into the past and explore the Lāhainā Historic Trail on a self-guided tour. Today, Lāhainā is the launching spot for whale-watching and snorkeling tours, fishing expeditions and sunset cruises. Head to the small-boat harbor to board your boat of choice. The seaside town is also an international art capital. With an abundance of galleries, the once rowdy town has

gained a reputation as a world-class art market. You can find unique pieces here, from famous artists’ paintings and handcrafted woodwork to scrimshaw. The gigantic banyan tree on Front Street serves as a photo-worthy landmark. With 12 major trunks and filling an entire city block, the tree, planted in 1873, now stands over 50 feet high. For a change of pace, visit the Lāhainā Jodo Mission—an oceanfront Buddhist temple with an enormous Buddha statue beautifully set against West Maui’s mountains. 80 0 - GoHawaii  69


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Kā‘anapali and Kapalua Once the sporting grounds of Hawaiian royalty, Kā‘anapali is known for its championship golf courses and beautiful white-sand beaches perfect for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing. Near the middle of Kā‘anapali Beachwalk, seek refuge from the sun at Whalers Village. The beachfront shopping center has you covered with a variety of designer boutiques, local artisans, restaurants with live music and cafes with locally grown coffee. At the northwest tip of the island, the resort community of Kapalua is quieter and cooler than its neighbors to the south. The elegant and serene retreat is a prime destination for luxurious spas and superb dining—if you’re visiting in June, don’t miss the delicious dishes and drinks at the Kapalua Wine and Food Festival. And anytime of the year, snorkel at Kapalua Beach and be on the lookout for Hawai‘i’s state fish, the humuhumunukunukuāpua‘a (triggerfish). K APA M AKING LESSON, K Ā‘ANAPALI >

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After eating shave ice and shopping till you drop on Front Street, take a history break. Explore the former home of the Rev. Dwight Baldwin and his family from 1838 to 1870. The two-story house made from coral and lava rock is cool and quiet inside. See how Lāhainā missionary families once lived and muse over the reverend/ doctor’s antique medical instruments. If you have a question, the helpful docents are always nearby. The home is open daily with candlelight tours on Friday evenings.

The little neighborhood of Nāpili clusters around a sparkling bay. Consider staying in one of the boutique hotels or condominium complexes here to have front row seats for the sunset each night. You’ll find a few shops and restaurants within walking distance, and many more options a short drive away.

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Haleakalā Towering over the island and visible from just about any point, Haleakalā Crater is a force of nature in every sense. At 10,023 feet above sea level, this dormant volcano is the stage for a breathtaking range of landscapes—and skyscapes. Haleakalā, which means house of the sun, is the ideal pinnacle for bidding farewell to the day at an epic sunset from the top of the world. Experience beauty on a stunning scale as sunbeams pierce the clouds, spreading radiant shades of color at dusk. On a clear day, look out for the neighboring islands of Lāna‘i, Moloka‘i, O‘ahu and the island of Hawai‘i, before the light fades and a brilliant cascade of stars come out, seemingly within arm’s reach. To see unique flora and fauna, take a guided hike along Haleakalā’s wilderness trails or head out on your own. Bring layered clothing and plenty of water, as weather conditions here change rapidly. See rare ‘āhinahina (silversword) blooming in the volcanic rock, catch a honeycreeper feeding on ‘ōhi‘a lehua blossoms, and listen for the honking of the endangered nēnē (Hawaiian goose), Hawai‘i’s state bird. And don’t forget to visit the coastal section of the park—out past Hāna in Kīpahulu. Bookings fill up quickly for these reservations-only experiences. Make your reservations for summit viewing or camping well in advance at

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SOUTH MAUI — Become a beach connoisseur on the south side of Maui, where every stretch of sand is more beautiful than the last.

Molokini Two miles off Maui’s southern shore you can spot the small crescent of Molokini, a volcanic crater that’s home to colorful schools of fish, eels, rays, turtles and lobsters. Drift above the coral reefs during half-day dive and snorkel boat tours to this protected marine and bird reserve, where the visibility is often so good you can gaze from the surface down 100 feet to the seafloor. WEST MAUI

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Relaxation is almost guaranteed in this beautifully landscaped resort community. Take your pick: boutique hotel, luxury condo or opulent resort. Book a tee time at one of the top golf courses in the country and a reservation at some of Maui’s top restaurants. Take advantage of Wailea’s generally perfect weather— sunny days and clear evenings—and spend a day on the sands of its idyllic beaches. When you need a break from sunbathing, head to the local shops to satisfy your every need.

There are many reasons to visit Mā‘alaea, including the Maui Ocean Center and Mā‘alaea Small Boat Harbor. Arrive early for your snorkeling, scuba diving or whale-watching excursion and explore the harbor shops and restaurants. The Maui Ocean Center offers an exciting peek into the underwater world. Feisty ulua fish and reef sharks swim in a giant tank and a new virtual humpback whale experience brings the marine mammals up close and personal.

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Maui Kīhei Get your beach fix in sunny Kīhei, a suburban, family-oriented community with a collection of accommodations from condominiums to small hotels and cottages. Along South Kīhei Road, you’ll find plenty of casual shops and restaurants, all facing some of the prettiest beaches on the planet. Kama‘ole Beach Park III has a gentle shore break and a playground for kids. Kalama Park has a skate ramp, playground and surf school. Adults can have fun too, in Kīhei’s sports bars and karaoke spots.

Mākena Mākena is the wilderness beyond the manicured resorts of Wailea and suburbs of Kīhei. Along this starkly beautiful coastline, you’ll find a historic Hawaiian church, a boat landing with terrific snorkeling and Mākena State Park. This undeveloped place has magnetic power. Relax under an umbrella, or play a game of beach volleyball, but be careful entering the water. The shore break is steep, swift and can be dangerous. There are entrance and parking fees.

King’s Trail At the end of the paved road in Mākena, you’ll find the beginning of the King’s Trail. This ancient coastal path weaves along the starkly beautiful southern coastline—the site of Maui’s most recent lava flow and many bygone villages. Dozens of archaeological sites line the trail, which was paved with large, smooth stones first during the reign of Chief Pi‘ilani and later by Hoapili in 1830. The path continues around most of the island; this section ends at rocky and remote Kanaio Beach. The hike is strenuous, especially under the hot sun. Start early in the day, wear reef safe (mineral-based) sunscreen and sturdy shoes, and bring extra water and a fully charged cell phone and charger. 78

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CENTRAL MAUI Maui’s business district boasts botanical gardens and waterfalls.

‘Īao Valley State Monument Peaceful, verdant and sacred ‘Īao Valley State Monument offers easy hikes, scenic mountain views, and the chance to dip your toes into a cool mountain stream. The park is centered around ‘Īao Needle (Kūkaemoku)—a captivating rock pinnacle 1,200 feet high. Bring lunch to Kepaniwai, a shaded picnic area surrounded by tropical gardens and model houses representing each of Hawai‘i’s diverse ethnicities. Strike out to explore the park’s trails and natural pools. A tumultuous past belies the tranquility of this place. In 1790, ‘Īao Valley was the site of a battle, in which King Kamehameha I of the island of Hawai‘i defeated Maui’s army in his quest to unite the Hawaiian Islands. Before visiting, check the State Park website for parking fee information and current weather and stream conditions. dlnr.hawaii.gov/dsp/parks/maui/iao-valley-state-monument


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Wailuku Walk through historic Wailuku to admire the colorful murals and storefronts from another time. Peruse the shelves stacked with books about Hawai‘i at the beautiful public library next door to Ka‘ahumanu Congregational, Maui’s oldest church. Later, grab a snack and coffee and snag some locally designed clothing or jewelry as a souvenir. Be sure to visit the Hale Hō‘ike‘ike at the Bailey House — an early missionary home full of mystifying Hawaiian artifacts, paintings by Edward Bailey and original furnishings from the 19th century.

Maui Nui Botanical Gardens

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Take a relaxing stroll through the garden and learn about Hawai‘i’s special plants: rare native species and those that Polynesian voyagers brought with them in their canoes. Look for the hāpai (pregnant) banana tree, a variety that produces ripe fruit inside its swollen trunk. If the garden is hosting a wreath or dye-making workshop while you are on Maui, don’t miss it! You’ll get hands-on instruction from some of Hawai‘i’s most skilled artisans.

Most trips to Maui begin and end in Kahului at the airport or cruise ship dock. It’s also the best place to catch a movie or concert at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center (check the calendar and buy tickets in advance at mauiarts.org). You might be surprised at the big name stars who come to perform on the intimate stage here.

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Maui UPCOUNTRY MAUI The island’s agricultural hub is a refreshing contrast to the sunbaked shoreline.

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Head up to Kula for cooler temperatures and Maui’s freshest produce. Try the delicious farm fresh vegetables from Kula that are often incorporated into local dishes. Take your pick of farm tours; you can visit a goat farm, lavender farm and persimmon farm—even a farm that produces vodka. Continue on to ‘Ulupalakua to visit a working ranch and winery.

Makawao Little Makawao town was once headquarters for paniolo (cowboys); now the intersection of Baldwin and Makawao avenues sports a collection of posh boutiques and galleries. But the cowboys haven’t ridden off into the sunset just yet! After browsing the quaint shops, stop by the Oskie Arena to catch a weekend rodeo or polo match.

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EAST MAUI & NORTH SHORE Maui’s rural north shore and lush east side are still untamed.

Hāna “The journey is the destination” is an apt description of the Road to Hāna. With over 600 hairpin turns and an estimated 59 narrow bridges, this drive winds through lush rain forests and along seaside cliffs. Head out early to avoid traffic and plan on at least three hours of driving each way. We strongly suggest taking a tour instead of making the drive so you can enjoy the ride and scenery. Learn more about how to drive the road to Hāna with aloha at hanamaui.com/drivewithaloha. Starting in 2022, there will be repair work being done to a number of the bridges on the road to Hāna. Be sure to check with your accommodations for updates on road conditions. When you finally reach the little town of Hāna, let its quiet simplicity be your reward. Dig your toes into the sand of Koki Beach. For added adventure, consider hang gliding above the town or spelunking in a lava tube. For a quick serving of local history, visit the Hāna Cultural Center & Museum near Hāna Bay. Relax in the shade of the thatched hale (structure), peruse the collection of stone poi pounders and fishhooks, and imagine what it would be like to stand trial in the small 1871 courthouse—or serve time in the even smaller lockup next door.

Wai‘ānapapa State Park is famous for its black sand beach and stunning coastal views. All out-of-state visitors are required to make reservations (accepted two weeks in advance of visits) to enter the park. Same-day reservations are not available. Fees for entry and parking are in effect. gowaianapanapa.com


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Kīpahulu Twelve miles past Hāna, the Kīpahulu section of Haleakalā National Park is a worthy, yet distant, destination. You’ll cross an old stone bridge over cascading waterfalls, and if you feel inclined, head up through the bamboo forest to spectacular Waimoku Falls. This slippery, mildly arduous trail ends at a lookout platform where you can watch in awe as a stream plunges 400 feet over a sheer rock wall. nps.gov/hale/index.htm

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Pā‘ia Pā‘ia’s colorful plantation-era storefronts and boutiques are gold mines: the best spots to find unique souvenirs, surf gear and locally produced art, jewelry and clothing. Browse the shops and refresh with a smoothie made with coconut water harvested on Maui and fish tacos at a local hangout, and then head to Ho‘okipa Beach Park to watch windsurfers catch air.

The signature restaurant at Montage Kapalua Bay, Cane & Canoe, draws inspiration from the roots of Maui’s history and culture. Renowned for their exceptional breakfast and dinner menus, this breathtaking ocean-view venue offers classic favorites and modern local flair, utilizing only the freshest ingredients from local farmers and fishermen. We invite you to indulge in this exceptional dining experience. ONE BAY DRIVE, LAHAINA

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VOLUNTEERS REMOVE FISHING NETS FROM THE BEACH

Mālama (Give Back) From perpetuating culture at the Olowalu Cultural Reserve to reforesting Honokōwai Valley, there are many opportunities to turn a Maui adventure into a way to give back, enriching your experience of the island and leaving it a better place for locals and future visitors. When you join Maui residents in their mālama ‘āina efforts, like Kia‘i Collier showing volunteers the importance of protecting the habitats of native species, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of what community means, and how you can be a part of giving back and protecting it. gohawaii.com/malama WA IHE‘ E COA S TA L DUNE S A ND W E T L A NDS R EF UGE, WA ILUK U >

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MAUI ADVENTURES — Maui offers adventures of all sorts, from hikes in Haleakalā Crater’s moonscape to snorkeling in Molokini’s calm, clear waters.

Surf and Windsurf In the winter months when swells roll in, see surfers in the lineup at Honolua Bay. Inspired by the pros? Whatever your age, skill or interest, there’s someone here who can teach you to surf.

Disconnect or Reconnect

Cruise and Sail Take to the water for a mellow sunset sail with cocktails or an early morning whale watching cruise from December through April.

Kayak and Stand-up Paddling The southern waters of Kīhei, Mākena and Keone‘ō‘io (La Pérouse Bay), offer opportunities to kayak or SUP (stand-up paddle). Some companies offer lessons, guides and even a photographer so you can capture your moments on the water.

Your vacation should be… a vacation… Swim. Snorkel. Hike. Shop. Dine. Explore. Enjoy on-property activities, or simply lounge on a beach chair while gazing at stunning Napili Bay. Try stand up paddle boarding. Golf at Kapalua Resort (special rates). There’s plenty to do. Or not to do! The hardest thing you’ll have to do is leave.

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Maui Hike Take a hike? With pleasure. From coastal trails to lush forest paths, the islands have a wealth of hiking options for people of all abilities. One of our favorites is the Halemau‘u Trail or Keonehe‘ehe‘e (Sliding Sands) Trail down from Haleakalā Crater, where you can see native plants like the endemic ‘āhinahina (silversword). Also check out ‘Īao Valley State Park or the Pīpīwai Trail to the 400-foot Waimoku Falls.

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Get all goggle-eyed and introduce yourself to Hawai‘i’s friendly fish. The islands are home to hundreds of snorkeling sites, with fascinating underwater life. All you really need is goggles, but a snorkel, mask and flippers are helpful, too. Some of our favorite spots include Kā‘anapali and Honolua Bay (in the summer when the surf is gentle). Or sign up for a snorkel cruise to Molokini, the volcanic crater just off the coast of Maui that is home to colorful schools of fish. Note: If you scuba dive, you’ll need to wait at least 24 hours before driving to Haleakalā Crater or taking an air tour due to altitude changes.

Swim safely! Maui has a wide variety of beautiful beaches to choose from, but we strongly recommend only swimming at beaches with lifeguards on duty. Double check the county website before heading out for fun in the sun.

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Zipline For a different view of Maui’s backcountry, soar above its forests, rivers and waterfalls at 35 mph. Options include a lush jungle journey in Ha‘ikū or a dual zipline course in West Maui. In the summer, you can even zip around under the full moon. Find other zipline adventures in Kā‘anapali, Makawao, Waikapu and near Haleakalā.

Pitch a tent at one of the island’s many campgrounds. Remember: Camping permits are required. Get one in advance by contacting the appropriate state, county or forest reserve agencies: • Kanahā Beach Park and Pāpalaua Wayside Park: County Parks Department 808-270-7389 • Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area and Wai‘ānapanapa State Park: Maui Division of State Parks 808-984-8109 • Haleakalā National Park recreation.gov

By Air Rise above it all. Take a helicopter tour and get a bird’s eye view of Maui’s volcanic craters, lush mountains and other wonders. This amazing perspective allows views of otherwise inaccessible spots along the coast and throughout Maui’s valleys. If you’re lucky, you might spot some whales in season (November through May). Adventure awaits. But before you get started, find our tips at gohawaii.com/traveltips.


Whale Tales Encounters with whales and dolphins in the wild can be the most thrilling part of a Maui vacation. Koholā (humpback whales) migrate to Maui’s warm waters in late fall when these 40-ton creatures travel to mate, give birth and care for their newborns. The season lasts from November through May, with peak sightings in January and February. Roughly 10,000 to 12,000 humpback whales make their way from Alaska to Hawai‘i each year. Maui offers the best spots for whale watching in all of Hawai‘i. “By far, the largest numbers of the visiting humpbacks congregate off Maui’s south and west shores,” says Greg Kaufman, former marine biologist with the Pacific Whale Foundation. Off Maui, whales and dolphins will forever be wild. However, at the Maui Ocean Center you can watch virtual whales swim inches over your head in a dramatic new 3D dome theater.

How do I see a whale? For a close encounter with a cetacean, we recommend taking a whale-watching cruise from Lāhainā or Mā‘alaea. While regulations forbid boats from sailing within 100 yards of a whale, you’ll still get close enough to marvel at these gorgeous animals and take photographs. You can even catch a sighting of our favorite ocean mammals from shore (not while driving, please!). Scan the horizon from your beach blanket or hotel lānai and you just might spot a spout or fluke. For an even more magical experience, dip your head under the surface of the water and listen: You might just hear a male whale singing.

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Activities Located on two of the island’s best beaches, our ocean activities include moonlight manta snorkels, stand up paddle and outrigger canoe adventures. On shore, experience two golf courses, the tennis and pickle ball courts, and wellness centers with Peleton bikes and scheduled fitness classes.

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At more than 4,000 square miles (and still growing) Hawai‘i’s youngest island is larger than the other seven main Hawaiian Islands put together. With that sprawling size comes great diversity: you can explore the summit of an active volcano at Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park or visit remnants of old fishing villages. Listen to native birds sing in the rain forests or stroll the shoreline of black or white sand beaches. Discoveries from the scenic to cultural abound. Centuries before Kamehameha the Great unified the Hawaiian Islands, four ali‘i (chiefs) ruled their respective islands with absolute authority. Cloaked in the plumage of native birds, the ruling class of these islands were revered by their people and so celebrated that we still honor them today, centuries after their bones were secretly laid to rest. Their epic battles and deeds, preserved in oli (chants) and mele (songs), form so much a part of each island and live on as poetic testaments to their leadership prowess.

Keawe, short for Keaweikekahiali‘iokamoku, was an ali‘i of the island of Hawai‘i in the late 17th century and brought unity to the people through diplomacy as well as strategic alliances and marriages. He is also the great-grandfather of Kamehameha, the chief who would become the first ruler of the unified Hawaiian Islands. Today, the honorary name of the island of Hawai‘i is Moku o Keawe. Hale o Keawe at Pu‘uhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park is also a proud reminder of the legacy left behind by Chief Keawe. Each of the ruling chiefs of the Hawaiian Islands promoted peace and prosperity through unity. Their leadership and aloha for their people and the ‘āina (land) will forever be a part of Hawai‘i’s fabric as long as there are those who share their stories and continue their memory. Welcome to a dramatic, dynamic island of Hawai‘i.

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‘Akaka Falls State Park One leisurely hike takes you to two magnificent waterfalls, and along the way, you’ll experience a Hawaiian rainforest. The first stop on the paved footpath is stunning Kahuna Falls, dropping 100 feet from the mountain tops. Next, the dramatic ‘Akaka Falls paints a spectacular picture as it plunges 442 feet.

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Ancient Hawaiian society could be unforgiving. Break the law and face death. Unless, that is, the culprit could make it to a “place of refuge,” such as Pu‘uhonua o Hōnaunau. At these sacred places of peace and amnesty, criminals were safe from persecution, provided they reached it before the law caught up with them. Pu‘uhonua o Hōnaunau is actually one of the island’s five national parks and home to other significant sites, including: the 1871 trail, an abandoned farming and fishing village, three hōlua (sledding paths) and Hale o Keawe, a structure surrounded by ki‘i (carved wooden images) which houses the bones of great chiefs.

Around 1790, it is said that a great kahuna (priest) advised Kamehameha I to erect a heiau (temple) to the war god Kū at Pu‘ukoholā. Hawaiian heiau took on many forms—from simple stone markers used as fishing shrines to enormous stone platforms, but massive heiau like Pu‘ukoholā could only be accessed by priests and those of chiefly class. Not only is Pu‘ukoholā believed to be one of the last structures built before the arrival of Western influence, it is also one of the largest, bestpreserved temples on the island.



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Waimea In the upland town of Waimea, paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) culture rules. The first cattle were gifted to King Kamehameha I in the late 1790s. Decades later, Mexican-Spanish vaqueros (cowboys) were brought in to teach Native Hawaiians and other local residents how to keep the wild animals in check. Waimea was the center of Hawai‘i’s

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important ranching industry in the 19th century, and remnants of that era are still present today. Visit the Paniolo Heritage Center at Pukalani Stables to learn more about paniolo history, and to see photos and saddles from the time. And then, saddle up at one of the ranches, where you can explore wide-open pastures.


 Waipi‘o Valley Overlook Waipi‘o Valley, once an important center for political and religious life and home to thousands of Native Hawaiians, holds a deep historical significance. Today, the remote community is home to fewer than a hundred residents who live and work close to the land. Enjoy a panoramic view from the lookout or book a helicopter ride for a bird’s eye view of all the valleys.

Hāmākua Heritage Corridor The Hāmākua Heritage Corridor scenic drive is known for its miles of water-carved gulches, valleys thick with tropical foliage, cascading waterfalls and seaside vistas. Starting in Downtown Hilo, head north on 190. You’ll pass miles of scenic vistas of Hilo Palikū - including small, quaint sugar plantation-era towns. Also on the route is Kalōpā Native Forest State Park and Recreation Area, where, at 2,000 feet above sea level, you can hike through a forest of ‘ōhi‘a trees, and an arboretum of other native plants. To help mālama (protect) these native ecosystems, please be sure to remove any mud from your footwear before hiking, as it can carry the fungal pathogens that cause Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death (ROD) and other environmental threats. bit.ly/hikingprotocols 80 0 - GoHawaii

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Swim With Manta Rays One of the most magical experiences on the island of Hawai‘i is snorkeling alongside manta rays at night. Don’t worry, they feed on plankton, not people, and they can’t sting you. The Kona Coast is the most popular location to find them. Tour operators set up lights on the ocean to attract the feeding rays; you can dive to the ocean floor to watch or hover above the graceful rays.

Historic Kailua Village Once a sleepy fishing village, Historic Kailua Village is now a lively seaside town. Chic shops and restaurants cooking up local produce line a section of Ali‘i Drive, which winds past important historic spots such as Ahu‘ena Heiau, a reconstructed temple and final home of Kamehameha I. Just across the bay is charming Hulihe‘e Palace, former vacation residence for Hawaiian royalty and today a gathering place for community

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Hilo Farmers Market events. Visit the palace on select Sundays to join in on their Sunday Strolls, which feature live Hawaiian music, entertainment and a guided walk through the neighborhood, ending at Kailua Pier and a historic heiau (pro tip: come back for sunset). Visiting in October? Don’t miss the exciting bustle at the start and finish of the IRONMAN® World Championship.

‘Ono (delicious) local food is only one of many things you’ll find at the Hilo Farmers Market. Arrive early at this open market for the best selection of great gifts, Made-in-Hawai‘i crafts, fresh tropical flowers, aloha wear and handmade jewelry. You’ll find the most vendors on Wednesday and Saturday.


Stargazing on the Island of Hawai‘i Our skies on the west side are clear, dry and dark, making it the perfect place for stargazing. In fact, you can see most of the stars

visible from earth from the island of Hawai‘i. Enjoy spectacular shoreline stargazing available at several Kohala Coast hotels.

On the East side, learn more about the deep connection between Native Hawaiians and the sky at ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai‘i in Hilo.

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Mālama Opportunities Sparkling beaches, deep turquoise ocean waters, wild mountain trails. The natural setting of the island of Hawai‘i is striking when you enjoy its beauty as a bystander. But a more rewarding experience awaits those who go deeper. When you join efforts to mālama, or give back, by working alongside the communities dedicated to preserving the islands’ unique history and precious ‘āina (land), you are immersed in Hawai‘i’s true culture. Volunteer with organizations like Mauna Kea Forest Restoration Project or Waikōloa Dry Forest Initiative. With your hands in the mud, soil, weeds or fishponds, you get a sense of what it’s like to be a part of this place, inseparable from nature. gohawaii.com/malama

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Circling the Island Those who say “the journey is the destination” may be talking about a drive around the island of Hawai‘i. This drive earned the island one of National Geographic’s 50 Ultimate Road Trips in the World and Rand McNally’s Best of the Road, the only road trip to make the list in the state. Rent a car, or guided circle island tours are also available.

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Make sure to visit these eight Heritage Sites. These special places provide significant historical, cultural and environmental contributions to the island of Hawai‘i.

1. HAWAI‘I VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Hawai‘i’s most popular attractions. 2. ‘AKAKA FALLS STATE PARK A self-guided walk leads to two amazing waterfalls, ‘Akaka Falls (442 feet) and Kahuna Falls (100 feet). 3. LAPAKAHI STATE HISTORICAL PARK Take a self-guided tour and explore traditional Hawaiian lifestyles. 4. PU‘UKOHOLĀ HEIAU NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE This site features one of the largest heiau (temples) built in Hawai‘i.

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5. KALOKO-HONŌKOHAU NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK Find out about life in early Hawai‘i by learning about fishpond systems, viewing ki‘i pōhaku (petroglyphs) and heiau (temples). 6. HULIHE‘E PALACE Once a favorite retreat of Hawaiian royalty, this palace features original koa furniture, Hawaiian artifacts and personal memorabilia of the royal family. 7. KEALAKEKUA BAY STATE HISTORICAL PARK This is where Captain James Cook first set foot on the island of Hawai‘i in 1779, and died only about a month later. A monument stands here in his name. 8. PU‘UHONUA O HŌNAUNAU NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK This 180-acre park was once a sacred burial site, royal grounds and a place of refuge.

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Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park

All Hawaiian Islands have a volcanic past. But on the island of Hawai‘i, dynamic Kīlauea, known as the most active volcano in the world, is still transforming the landscape. At Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, where austere rock meets tropical rainforest, millions of years of geological activity have created an otherworldly landscape of contrasts. There’s so much to discover here, including native plants found nowhere else in the world. And the sacred home of revered Pelehonuamea, or Pele, goddess of the volcano, is here, in Kīlauea’s Halema‘uma‘u crater. Chat with a park ranger and get the most current information about volcanic activity, hikes, and more. Drive the Chain of Craters, a remote trail that takes you past scenic lookouts, lava formations and a sea arch. Visit nps.gov/havo/planyourvisit for the latest information. To learn more about Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, download the mobile app, or visit gohawaii.com/island-of-hawaii.

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How Does Hawai‘i Eat Hawai‘i may be the greatest place in the world for discovering how profoundly true it is that food brings people together. It’s true today, in the stunning variety of ways visitors are invited to celebrate food in every community on every island. From the thriving food truck and pop-up street food scene where ethnic grinds find extreme executions and mash-ups, to the height POUNDING K ALO ( TA RO) INTO PA‘I ‘AI of sophistication at five-star white-tablecloth fine eateries where haute cuisine is served with milliondollar ocean views - and everywhere in between. But the diversity of food experiences that makes Hawai‘i the cuisine capital of the Pacific today has been built on an incredible history of people, place, ingredients, cultures and cuisines coming together.

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First, the Hawaiian people native to this archipelago engineered a food system the state is still striving to get back to: a regenerative one. They observed the ecology of the natural world and worked with it, managing their resources just as life-giving wai (fresh water) flowed, from its source mauka (up towards the mountains) down through the valleys and out makai (out towards the ocean).

Known as ahupua‘a, the Native Hawaiians’ traditional land divisions stretching from mauka to makai provided Hawaiian communities with resources they could use or trade for everything they needed to thrive. Ingenious aquaculture masterworks created vast, sustainable shoreline fisheries and saltpans. Water diversion enabled diverse ecosystems for the staple crop kalo (taro). Upcountry forests provided timber and textiles. Everything is related, nothing stands alone. youtube.com/watch?v=qGiIZ1-ie3w

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That’s because the ahupua‘a system was based on Native Hawaiian values of reciprocity, responsibility and balance. Only a pristinely balanced environment can offer the purity of Hawai‘i’s water, the cleanest in the world, the unmatched richness of our volcanic soil, and temperate tropical year-round growing conditions in the fresh, Pacific air. Throw off that delicate balance and

the food system - and all who depend on it - is imperiled. Today, Hawai‘i remains a paradise for high-quality agriculture grown in ideal conditions, with a bounty of locally grown fruits and vegetables, fresh fish and seafood, grass-fed cattle and even macadamia-nut-fed pigs. Combine those rich source products with the tapestry of Hawai‘i’s diverse ethnic heritage and

you arrive at today’s matchless assembly of technique and culinary tradition. But those old concepts of mālama and balance are perhaps more essential to Hawai‘i’s culinary culture than ever, as Hawai‘i’s next generation of innovative farmers and chefs grow, produce and serve a more authentic, regenerative farm-tofork experience, unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else.

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Local Eats With thoughtful attention to technique and sourcing, popular eateries across the Hawaiian Islands are creatively reimagining some of Hawai‘i’s longtime favorite foods that every visitor should try.

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Plate Lunch Dating back to late 19th century Hawai‘i’s sugar and pineapple plantation era – when laborers from China, Japan, Portugal, the Philippines, Korea and elsewhere first came to the islands – the plate lunch likely owes its origins to laborers’ midday meals carried in compartmentalized metal containers, featuring a lot of rice and some meat or fish leftover from dinner the night before. Today, plate lunch features a delectably down-home (or sometimes elevated) preparation of fish, beef, pork or chicken, along with two scoops of rice and macaroni or potato salad.

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Shave Ice  Like so many of Hawai‘i’s favorite foods, shave ice – not shaved ice – first appeared in the islands during the plantation era. Immigrant laborer families gathered on weekends to enjoy fresh fruit syrups poured over soft snow shaved from blocks of ice. Today, it’s common to find the frozen treat throughout the islands, flavored with a bewildering selection of sweet syrups and piled over with an arsenal of toppings from ice cream to azuki beans. Many shave ice stands now hand-craft their syrups, often featuring organic ingredients and local farm fresh fruits.

Spam Musubi Found in mom-and-pop shops, chain convenience stores and even beloved restaurants across the islands, the longtime local favorite and extraordinarily portable spam musubi owes its origins to World War II, when the canned meat first became prevalent throughout the islands. Initially thought up as sort of a spam sushi, consisting of grilled or fried spam combined with white rice, today’s spam musubi is typically a block of the salty meat flavored with a sweetened soy sauce atop a block of white rice wrapped in nori, or dry seaweed. Eateries around the state offer clever takes on the enormously popular comfort food, including plum cucumber spam musubi and egg spam musubi.

 Malasadas This sugar-dusted, delicious deep-frieddough treat first appeared in Hawai‘i thanks to Portuguese laborers, who traveled to the islands to work on sugar plantations in the late 1800s. From there, culinary evolution took off and you can now find malasadas dusted in everything from coffee to li hing mui (dried plum skin) powder to cinnamon, and filling options like liliko‘i (passion fruit) custard, chocolate mousse, pumpkin crème brulee, and calamansi meringue. 80 0 - GoHawaii

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Our Kuleana: Travel Safety Guidelines

The Hawaiian word kuleana means both responsibility and privilege. It’s the idea that we all have our part to play in maintaining our pristine natural beauty and protecting our unique way of life. You can mālama (care for) Hawai‘i and help our islands thrive by doing your kuleana as a visitor and

Land Safety

considering these guidelines

In Hawai‘i, the land is considered part of our ‘ohana (family), so please treat it with the same care. Ask permission before entering any area that is not public and leave only footprints. For your safety, consult with a local guide if you’re unfamiliar with the area, and familiarize yourself and be prepared for all conditions with the proper gear and supplies. Before you embark, brush your shoes off before hiking whenever possible to avoid spreading Rapid ‘Ōhia Death, which can travel between islands and threatens to decimate a keystone tree species essential to native ecosystems and culture. While hiking, stay on the trails to prevent environmental degradation and erosion; making your own shortcuts or paths can be dangerous not only for you but other hikers as well, as it erodes the trail causing damage and creating hazardous conditions. Also, be sure not to leave anything on the trail and take out what you take in. For more information, please consult DLNR OuterSpacial app for hike safety dlnr.hawaii.gov/dofaw/app and the Nā Ala Hele trail website for information on hiking trails hawaiitrails.hawaii.gov/trails.

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The most unique aspect of the Hawaiian Islands is our vibrant culture, which deepens and enriches every experience of our pristine natural beauty. While visiting Hawai‘i, it’s well worth it to take the time to learn about our culture and history. We want visitors to leave with both a sense of aloha and an understanding of kapu, not going where you are unwelcome or unsafe, especially to culturally significant places. Both concepts are based on a regenerative worldview of respect and love for others and the environment that can be transformative. We hope visitors take it home with them to share with their families, friends and communities.


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Ocean Safety and Conservation Our reefs are delicate and sensitive environments in need of careful conservation and protection. Please observe Hawai‘i’s reef-safe sunscreen laws and choose sunscreen without chemicals that are toxic to coral check the label and only use products with active ingredients of zinc or titanium dioxide. Take care not to remove or step on coral reefs, which are living ecosystems made up of thousands of tiny animals called polyps, that also provide a habitat for a wide variety of marine life. Always put trash and recycling in the appropriate receptacles, and if possible, travel with a reusable water bottle and reusable bags to reduce microplastic pollution. MARINE LIFE

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Ocean Safety For your own safety and that of our lifeguards and first responders, please use care when near to or entering the ocean. Be aware of ocean conditions, rip currents, shorebreaks and rocks, and never turn your back to the ocean. If you’re unsure about ocean conditions, ask a lifeguard or do not venture out. Be on the lookout for warning or hazard signs, determine safe places to enter and exit the water, only swim within view of a lifeguard, and never turn your back to the ocean. Always let someone know where you’ll be going or go with a partner. If you’d like more tips and advice, visit hioceansafety.com.

Marine and Animal Protection Close interactions with humans can cause stress, behavioral change and possibly dangerous interactions for our wildlife. Please respect the autonomy and right to space of our endangered species and other marine animals as you observe and appreciate them from a safe and lawful distance: Turtles �������������������������������� 10 feet Monk Seals ������������������������� 50 feet Whales ���������������������������100 yards Dolphins ��������������������������50 yards For their protection and your safety, never touch or feed marine animals, which is prohibited under federal law. Always use reef safe sunscreen to reduce impacts on marine wildlife. For more information, please visit fisheries.noaa.gov/pacific-islands/marine​ -life-viewing-guidelines/viewing-marine​ -wildlife-hawaii

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Short-Term Vacation Rentals The proliferation of illegal vacation rentals is a big issue in Hawai‘i. In all advertisements and solicitations on websites, legally permitted vacation rentals in Hawai‘i must display the taxpayer’s registration identification number (GET and TAT #). A quick online search can protect you from scams that could result in a loss of your deposit or even fines. It may seem attractive, but it’s not worth

the risk to book with an unreliable source and stay in unpermitted vacation rentals operating illegally in residential neighborhoods. You can avoid getting scammed - and negatively impacting local communities - by always choosing legal accommodations. For videos and more travel tips visit gohawaii.com/traveltips and youtube.com/c/gohawaii/videos

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Essential Hawai‘i

Made in Hawai‘i Supporting small local businesses, producers and makers is a great way to mālama (take care of and give back to) the Hawaiian Islands. And with plentiful mom and pop stores and farmer’s markets, it’s easy and fun to shop for the perfect item for anyone on your list. You’ll discover that there’s something especially sweet about products grown and made in the Hawaiian Islands - maybe it’s the gentle climate or loving aloha that’s

H AWA I ‘ I - M A DE CHOCOL AT E

infused into food, fabric and handicrafts. Here are a few ideas for unique

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Hawai‘i-made products and gifts to take the islands home with you.

Did you know Hawai‘i is the only state to grow cacao commercially? Tour a farm or factory at one of the bean-to-bar makers in Hawai‘i. Many will provide insulated bags to keep your chocolate cool on the way home.

JEWELRY From 14K gold Hawaiian heirloom bracelets and pendants to modern pieces created with shells ethically sourced from the shores or ocean floor, local designs range from bold to beachy. Look for accessories featuring pearls, delicate and rare Ni‘ihau shells or even beach glass.

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Stunning surf photos, intricate woodwork made from reclaimed endemic wood, nature-inspired paintings and fun graphic illustrations of local life appear in galleries across the islands. For a more affordable indulgence, pick up bright or retro—style hand-drawn prints splashed on totes and T-shirts for everyday island style.

The many designers who call Hawai‘i home—including several former Project Runway contestants and New York fashion week veterans—have reinvented modern aloha attire. Look for slimmer cuts, eyecatching prints reflecting local flora and cultural motifs, and of course the more traditional vintage designs. And it’s not just shirts. Modern silhouettes for women and kids create chic apparel for the entire family.

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MACADAMIA NUTS Hawai‘i’s famous nuts go beyond chocolate dipped. Look for mac-nut brittle or buttery shortbread cookies.


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Ideal for Couples Misty waterfalls, sun-kissed beaches, thrilling opportunities for adventure— our six Hawaiian Islands invite you to slow down and savor the company of the one you love. One of the world’s top honeymoon destinations, Hawai‘i’s alluring landscapes provide an idyllic setting for intimate and relaxing escapes. gohawaii.com/experiences/relaxation​ -romance

Weddings & Honeymoons With our balmy climate, enchanting scenery and lingering scent of a floral lei, romance is always in the air in Hawai‘i. Picture yourself renewing your vows overlooking Waikīkī Beach, as surfers ride the waves in the distance. Or saying “I do” on Maui on the sunny coast of Wailea, where oceanfront receptions sparkle in the evening light. Whatever you envision for your perfect day, be sure to seal your love by saying "I love you" the Hawaiian way: aloha au iā ‘oe. gohawaii.com/experiences​

Golf With breathtaking scenery, one-of-a-kind signature holes and championship-caliber course designs, Hawai‘i attracts golfers of every level from around the world, including the PGA TOUR Sentry Tournament of Champions and the Sony Open in Hawai‘i, as well as the Champions Tour Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualālai. Discover a variety of unforgettable courses on every island—from greens lined with black volcanic rough to stunning seaside water hazards. And with more than 60 plus golf courses throughout the islands that are playable year-round, it won't be difficult to find the perfect course for you. gohawaii.com/experiences/golf

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Essential Hawai‘i Flights

The Language of Hawai‘i

The main point of arrival to the islands is Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. Airlift to Hawai‘i is ample, including many nonstop routes and connections through major hub destinations that make travel from anywhere dependable and seamless:

Hawai‘i’s two official languages are Hawaiian (‘ōlelo Hawai‘i) and English. There are 13 letters in the Hawaiian alphabet: A, E, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P, U, W and the ‘okina (‘).

• Service by every major U.S.network carrier and 15 international carriers • Approximately 11 million air seats annually from North America

The ‘okina is a pause like the sound between the ohs in oh-oh and is a consonant. The ‘okina (‘) or glottal stop, and kahakō ( ˉ ) or macron, changes the pronunciation and meaning of the word.

• Approximately 2 million air seats annually from Asia, Oceania, and South Pacific destinations Year-round, nonstop service to Hawai‘i comes from 40-plus gateway cities — Denver, New York/Newark, Los Angeles, Dallas, Vancouver, Tokyo (Haneda/ Narita), Sydney, and Seoul, to name a few — plus seasonal service from several more.

Transportation Rental cars are the most popular option and they are available at all airports and at some hotels and off-airport locations. On most islands, there are some resort and destination airport shuttles, shopping express shuttles, taxicabs, rideshares and public transportation. Rental bikes, motorcycles and mopeds are also options.

Time Zone Hawai‘i Standard Time is GMT-10 (Pacific StandardTime-2, Eastern StandardTime-5). Since Hawai‘i doesn’t observe daylight savings time, add one hour to the time difference when in effect (March through early November).

Climate It is generally drier on the leeward sides of the islands, wetter on the windward sides. Generally speaking, there are two seasons. Winter (November through April), when temperatures typically range in the low70s to mid-80s Fahrenheit (20 to 30°C), and summer when the high can run into the low-90s Fahrenheit (32°C). Trade winds keep you comfortable year-round. 116

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Dress Code Attire is “resort wear” even at the most luxurious resorts and restaurants. There’s no need to bring a coat or tie unless you want to dress up. Dress for comfort. T-shirts, tank tops, polo shirts, shorts, jeans, sundresses, sneakers and sandals are all good choices. Temperatures are cooler in the evening, making a sweater and slacks a good idea. It is a custom in Hawai‘i to slip off your shoes when entering a home. “Aloha attire” generally refers to clothing inspired by Native Hawaiian or local Hawai‘i designers.

Environment The USDA enforces strict rules regarding the importation and exportation of uninspected plants and animals. Before landing in Hawai‘i, you’ll be asked to declare any such items. When departing, luggage must pass a pre-flight check at the airport to ensure that no plant insects or diseases are hitching a ride back with you. You’re welcome to take inspected fresh flowers and fruits home. Many items purchased at the airport or mailed home from local vendors are already inspected. For more information, visit hawaii.gov/hdoa or call the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture at 808-834-3220 or 808-834-3240.

The 18 sounds in the Hawaiian language are a, e, i, o, u, ā, ē, ī, ō, ū, he, ke, la, mu, nu, pi, we, and w with a v sound.

A few words you should know: aloha: a greeting with love, hello, good-bye and much more kama‘āina: a Hawai‘i-born local kāne: man keiki: child lei: a garland given for an occasion mahalo: thank you ‘ohana: family pau: finished wahine: woman Hawaiian Dictionary: wehewehe.org


Electronic Devices

Marriage License

The area code for the entire state is 808. For long distance calls between islands, dial 1-808 and then the number. When placing calls to the U.S. Mainland and Canada from Hawai‘i, dial 1, the area code and the number. All calls within an island are local. Hawai‘i’s cell phone law requires the use of a hands-free device when using a mobile electronic device while operating a motor vehicle. And please note O‘ahu’s crosswalk law, which prohibits pedestrians from viewing a mobile electronic device while crossing a street or highway.

A marriage license agent for the state of Hawai‘i will issue your license. The couple must be present when the license is issued and both must be at least 18 years old. There is no waiting period, no residency requirement and no blood tests or shots are required. The license is good for 30 days and the fee is $65. The birthplace,

the names of parents and final divorce decree information, if applicable, will be required on the license application. For more information on Hawai‘i marriage licenses, call 808-586-4544 or visit health.hawaii.gov/vitalrecords​ /marriage-licenses.

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Many of Hawai‘i’s larger hotels and condominium resorts have high-speed internet access, including wireless in some public areas.

Sun Sense You’ll want to show off a nice tan when you go home, but please use common sense when sunbathing in the tropics. A sunburn will develop faster than you thought possible, so be sure to use reefsafe sunscreen. Remember, it’s usually hottest between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and the sun is stronger here than you’re probably used to.

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Safety The ocean is Hawai‘i’s playground, but there are precautions to observe. Offshore winds and currents can be powerful and change suddenly. That means don’t stray far from shore or head out to kayak, windsurf or sail if warning signs are posted or if conditions warrant caution. If you’re unsure about conditions, ask a lifeguard. For information about beach safety conditions, visit hawaiibeachsafety.com. If you’re hiking into a wilderness, be sure to sign out with park rangers (if possible) and observe all warning signs. Few places are as safe as Hawai‘i, but that doesn’t mean you should abandon all care as you travel about. Lock your car doors and don’t leave any personal belongings in your unattended vehicle.

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Airport Visitor Information ����������������������������������������������������������������� 808-836-6413 Ambulance, Fire, Police �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������911 Hawai‘i Emergency Management Agency ����������������������������������������� 808-733-4300 State Division of Forestry & Wildlife ���������������������������������������������808-587-0166 U.S. Coast Guard ���������������������������������������������������������������������������808-842-2600

CAMPING PERMITS (COUNTY PARKS) Kaua‘i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-241-4463 O‘ahu ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-768-2267

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Drones are not allowed within five miles of any airport. The use, launching or landing of drones, or other types of aircraft, is prohibited in Hawai‘i’s National, State and County Parks.

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CAMPING & HIKING PERMITS (STATE PARKS) Kaua‘i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-274-3444 O‘ahu ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-587-0300 Maui ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 808-984-8109 Island of Hawai‘i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-961-9540

LIFEGUARD SERVICES Kaua‘i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-241-4984 O‘ahu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������������������������������������������ 808-723-7861 Maui ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 808-270-6137 Island of Hawai‘i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-961-8689

WEATHER FORECAST Kaua‘i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-245-6001 O‘ahu ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-973-4380 Maui ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 808-944-3756 Island of Hawai‘i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-935-8555

PUBLIC AND COUNTY - ISLAND BUS SERVICE The Kaua‘i Bus �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-246-8110 TheBus O‘ahu �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 808-848-5555 Maui Bus ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 808-871-4838 Hawai‘i island Hele-on Bus �������������������������������������������������������������808-961-8744 118

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Kaua‘i A ccom modat ions X B E D & B R E A K FA S T S Kauai Banyan Inn..........................................................808-645-6527 Kauaibanyan.com Marjorie’s Kauai Inn, a Bed and Breakfast............. 808-332-8838 Marjorieskauaiinn.com.................................................. Z-IV-2015-21 Poipu Plantation Resort..............................................800-634-0263 poipubeach.com ................................................................ TVR-3009 West Kauai Lodging akamaihawaiiproperties.com/wkl-2020.....................TVNC 1316

X D I R EC T O R I E S & G U I D E S Royal Coconut Coast Association..............................808-639-6895 royalcoconutcoast.com

X H O T E L S & R E S O R T S , CO N D O M I N I U M S , VAC AT I O N O W N E R S H I P Aqua-Aston Hospitality...............................................855-945-4092 aquaaston.com Aston at Poipu Kai..........................................................855-747-0759 astonpoipukai.com Aston Islander on the Beach....................................... 855-747-0761 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-islander-on-the-beach Banyan Harbor Resort.................................................800-422-6926 banyanharborresort.com Castle Kaha Lani Resort.............................................. 888-882-3732 KahaLaniResort.com Castle Kiahuna Plantation & The Beach Bungalows Resort..................................... 800-367-5004 KiahunaPlantation.com Castle Poipu Shores......................................................844-875-2795 castleresorts.com/kauai/poipu-shores Cliffs at Princeville........................................................ 800-222-5541 oceanfrontrealty.com Club Wyndham Bali Hai Villas....................................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/princeville-kapaa-kauai-hawaii/wyndham​ -bali-hai-villas Club Wyndham Ka Eo Kai............................................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/princeville-kapaa-kauai-hawaii/wyndham​ -ka-eo-kai Club Wyndham Shearwater.......................................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/princeville-kapaa-kauai-hawaii/wyndham​ -shearwater Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa...............................800-554-9288 grandhyattkauai.com Hanalei Colony Resort.................................................800-628-3004 hcr.com Hanalei Inn...................................................................... 877-769-5484 hanaleiinn.com Hilton Garden Inn Kauai Wailua Bay....................... 808-823-6000 www.hgikauai.com Kauai Beach Resort.......................................................888-805-3843 kauaibeachresortandspa.com Kauai Beach Villas......................................................... 888-277-3701 kauaivacationrentals.com Kauai Shores Hotel....................................................... 800-222-5642 kauaishoreshotel.com Ko‘a Kea Hotel & Resort...............................................808-828-8888 koakea.com Koloa Landing Resort at Poipu, an Autograph Collection by Marriott......................................................................... 808-240-6600 koloalandingresort.com Kuhio Shores Oceanfront Condominiums..............800-543-9180 kuhioshores.net Lihue Timeshares for Sale & Rent............................. 877-815-4227 sellmytimesharenow.com/timeshare/Lihue/city Marriott’s Kauai Beach Club......................................800-845-5279 marriott.com/lihka Marriott’s Kauai Lagoons - Kalanipuu.....................800-845-5279 marriott.com/hotels/travel/lihkn-marriotts-kauai-lagoons​ -kalanipuu Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club..................................800-845-5279 marriott.com/lihwi

Pali Ke Kua....................................................................... 800-222-5541 oceanfrontrealty.com Plantation Hale Suites.................................................800-775-4253 plantation-hale.com Pono Kai Resort............................................................. 808-822-9831 PonoKai.com Prince Kuhio Condominium........................................ 800-367-5025 KauaiVacationRentals.com Prince Kuhio Condos......................................................888-747-2988 prince-kuhio.com

X VAC AT I O N R E N TA L S

Princeville Condominiums.......................................... 800-367-5025 kauaivacationrentals.com

Alekona Kauai................................................................ 808-977-7400 alekonakauai.com

Puu Poa............................................................................ 800-222-5541 oceanfrontrealty.com

Garden Island Properties & Vacation Rentals........................................................808-822-4871 kauaiproperties.com

Royal Sonesta Kauai Resort........................................ 800-220-2925 sonesta.com/us/hawaii/lihue/royal-sonesta-kauai-resort​ -lihue Shell Vacations Club Kauai Coast Resort at the Beachboy.............................................................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/princeville-kapaa-kauai-hawaii/kauai​ -coast-resort-at-the-beachboy Sheraton Kauai Coconut Beach Resort................... 808-822-3455 marriott.com/en-us/hotels/lihsk-sheraton-kauai-coconut​ -beach-resort/overview Sheraton Kauai Resort Villas......................................800-845-5279 marriott.com/hotels/travel/lihvb-sheraton-kauai-resort-villas The Cliffs at Princeville................................................ 800-367-8024 CliffsatPrinceville.com The Lodge at Kukui‘ula................................................ 866-901-5204 LodgeatKukuiula.com The Point at Poipu - Diamond Resorts.....................800-426-3350 diamondresorts.com The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas............866-837-4254 westinprinceville.com Timbers Kauai Ocean Club & Residences................866-221-4840 timberskauai.com Waimea Plantation Cottages......................................800-716-6199 waimeaplantation.com Waipouli Beach Resort & Spa Kauai.........................800-688-7444 outrigger.com/hotels-resorts/hawaii/kauai/waipouli-beach​ -resort-and-spa-kauai-by-outrigger Whalers Cove in Poipu.................................................800-225-2683 whalerscoveresort.com

X PR I VAT E H O M E S & CO T TAG E S 17 Palms Kauai............................................................... 888-725-6799 17palmskauai.com......................................... TVR-3054 & TVR 3055 Allure Kauai Vacation Services Inc...........................888-489-4552 allure-kauai.com Fern Grotto Inn.............................................................. 808-821-9836 kauaicottages.com............................................................ TVNC 1070 Hanalei Surfboard House............................................808-826-9825 hanaleisurfboardhouse.com........... TV1085 - NCU / TVNCU 5115 Hawaiian Paradise.........................................................310-471-2326 vrbo.com/231222......................................TVNC 4224 & TVNC 4225 Jean and Abbott, Luxury Kauai Vacation Homes.................................. 808-631-5771 jeanandabbott.com

Hale Makai, Kaua‘i Beachfront Vacation Home...............................................................808-822-4871 halemakaikauai.com Hanalei Bay Villas.......................................................... 800-222-5541 oceanfrontrealty.com Kauai Calls! Set Your Heart Free LLC........................ 888-822-2403 kauaicalls.com Kekaha Oceanside........................................................ 800-351-4609 kekahaoceansidekauai.com Kiahuna Plantation Rentals hawaiigaga.com/kauai/condos/kiahuna-plantation.aspx Kilauea Lakeside Estate.............................................. 310-379-7842 kauaihoneymoon.com................................................................. 4302 Poipu 365..........................................................................877-705-7677 poipu365.com Poipu Kai Resort Condos hawaiigaga.com/poipu-kai-resort.aspx Premier Kauai Vacation Rentals............................... 808-821-9555 premierkauai.com River Estate Vacation Homes......................................808-826-5118 riverestate.com................................ TV-1169 TVNC-1279 TVR-5132 Suite Paradise.................................................................808-742-4811 suite-paradise.com The Lodge at Kukui‘ula................................................ 866-901-5204 LodgeatKukuiula.com West Kauai Lodging akamaihawaiiproperties.com/wkl-2020.................... TVNC 1316

Ac t i v i t i e s X AT T R AC T I O N S Anaina Hou Community Park.....................................808-828-2118 anainahou.org Friends of Kauai Wildlife Refuges.............................808-828-0384 kilaueapoint.org Ho‘opulapula Haraguchi Rice Mill haraguchiricemill.org Kauai Plantation Railway............................................ 808-245-7245 kilohanakauai.com/kauai-plantation-railway Kilohana........................................................................... 808-245-5608 kilohanakauai.com

X B O O K I N G & CO N C I E RG E S E R V I C E S

Kauai Vacation Rentals & Real Estate...................... 800-367-5025 KauaiVacationRentals.com

Go City.............................................................................. 800-887-9103 gocity.com/oahu/en-us

Oceanfront Realty International.............................. 800-222-5541 RentalsOnKauai.com

Hawai‘i Tours & Activities...........................................844-471-0785 HawaiiTours.com

Poipu Makai.................................................................... 800-367-5025 KauaiVacationRentals.com

Hawaii Activities Discount..........................................866-482-9775 hawaiidiscount.com

River Estate Vacation Homes......................................808-826-5118 riverestate.com................................ TV-1169 TVNC-1279 TVR-5132

Hawaii Adventure Center........................................... 888-207-0722 hawaiiadventurecenter.com

The Parrish Collection Kauai....................................... 800-742-1412 parrishkauai.com

Kauai Vacation Tours.....................................................866-897-1637 kauaivacationtours.com

Villas on the Prince....................................................... 800-367-5025 KauaiVacationRentals.com

X R E S E R VAT I O N S & B O O K I N G S E R V I C E S

X CO FFE E FA R M S A N D T O U R S Kauai Coffee Company Visitor Center.....................800-545-8605 kauaicoffee.com

Aloha Hawaiian Vacations.......................................... 800-256-4211 Aloha-Hawaiian.com

X C U L I N A RY E X PE R I E N C E S , T O U R S & TA S T I N G S

HawaiiGaga.com HawaiiGaga.com

Tasting Kauai...................................................................808-278-2912 TastingKauai.com

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X CULTUR E & TH E A RTS, H I STO RY

Outfitters Kauai.............................................................888-742-9887 outfitterskauai.com

Kauai Museum .............................................................. 808-245-6931 kauaimuseum.org

Poipu Beach Surf School.............................................. 808-652-9560 poipubeachsurfschool.com

The Waipa Foundation.................................................808-826-9969 waipafoundation.org

Seasport Divers.............................................................800-685-5889 seasportdivers.com

X DISTILLERIES, BREWERIES, WINERIES, CIDERIES & MEADERIES

Smith’s Motor Boat Service........................................ 808-821-6895 smithskauai.com

Koloa Rum Company....................................................808-246-8900 koloarum.com

Sportfish Hawaii.............................................................877-388-1376 sportfishhawaii.com

X L A N D A DV E N T U R E S

X W E L L N E S S & R E J U V E N AT I O N

CJM Country Stables, Inc............................................. 808-742-6096 cjmstables.com

Anara Spa....................................................................... 808-240-6440 hyatt.com/en-US/spas/Anara-Spa/home.html............ MAE #982

Da Life Outdoors...........................................................808-246-6333 DaLifeOutdoors.com

Dolphin Touch Wellness Center................................. 808-822-4414 dolphintouch.org

Eco eBikes Kauai............................................................ 808-353-1889 ecoebikeskauai.com

Kauai Yoga On The Beach............................................808-635-6050 KauaiYogaOnTheBeach.com

Kauai ATV.........................................................................877-707-7088 kauaiatv.com

The Spa at Ko‘a Kea........................................................808-742-1344 koakea.com........................................................................ MAE #2492

Kauai Backcountry Adventures................................ 888-270-0555 kauaibackcountry.com Kipu Ranch Adventures...............................................808-246-9288 KipuTours.com Koloa Zipline....................................................................877-707-7088 koloazipline.com Outfitters Kauai.............................................................888-742-9887 outfitterskauai.com Skyline Hawaii - Poipu Zipline Tours........................ 808-219-0925 skylinehawaii.com/kauai

X LŪ ‘AU & D I N N E R S H O W S Aulii Luau......................................................................... 808-634-1499 auliiluau.com Grand Hyatt Kauai Luau..............................................808-240-6456 hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/hawaii/ grand-hyatt-kauai-resort-and-spa/kauai/dining Luau Ka Hikina............................................................... 808-822-3455 Luaukahikina.com Luau Kalamaku.............................................................. 800-622-3011 luaukalamaku.com Smith Family Garden Luau......................................... 808-821-6895 smithskauai.com

X M U S I C & N I G H T L I FE Shutters Lounge............................................................888-805-3843 kauaibeachresorthawaii.com

X PL A N TAT I O N S , FA R M S & G A R D E N S Common Ground Kauai commongroundkauai.com Limahuli Garden & Preserve...................................... 808-862-1053 ntbg.org/gardens/limahuli Lydgate Farms.................................................................808-821-1857 lydgatefarms.com McBryde & Allerton Gardens (National Tropical Botanical Garden)...................... 808-742-2623 ntbg.org/tours Na ‘Aina Kai Botanical Gardens.................................808-828-0525 naainakai.org

X S K Y A DV E N T U R E S

D i n i ng & D r i n k s X TOURS & SIGHTSEEING Best of Kauai Tour.........................................................808-634-7260 BestofKauaiTour.com Kauai Safaris................................................................... 808-652-7001 KauaiSafaris.com Roberts Hawaii..............................................................808-539-9400 RobertsHawaii.com Shaka Guide.................................................................... 888-250-2261 shakaguide.com

X VO LU N T O U R I S M Anaina Hou Community Park.....................................808-828-2118 anainahou.org Friends of Kauai Wildlife Refuges.............................808-828-0384 kilaueapoint.org Kokee Museum.............................................................. 808-335-9975 kokee.org Limahuli Garden & Preserve...................................... 808-862-1053 ntbg.org/gardens/limahuli Surfrider Foundation Kauai....................................... 808-635-2593 kauai.surfrider.org

X WAT E R A DV E N T U R E S Alii Kayaks........................................................................808-241-7700 aliikayaks.com Blue Dolphin Charters...................................................877-511-1311 bluedolphinkauai.com Captain Andy’s Sailing Adventures..........................800-535-0830 napali.com

Capt. Andy’s Sailing Adventures Sail. Raft. Explore. Since 1980 our ocean going ‘ohana has been taking guests to amazing places with quality, style and aloha. 808-335-6833 | NaPali.com

Alii Kauai Air Tours & Charters..................................808-633-2587 iflykauai.com

Captain J’s Kaua‘i Offshore Adventures.................. 808-651-4502 NaPaliHawaii.com

Blue Hawaiian Helicopters......................................... 800-745-2583 bluehawaiian.com

Catamaran Kahanu.......................................................888-213-7711 catamarankahanu.com

Island Helicopters Kauai, Inc.....................................800-829-5999 islandhelicopters.com

Holo Holo Charters.......................................................800-848-6130 holoholocharters.com

Jack Harter Helicopters............................................... 888-245-2001 helicopters-kauai.com

Kauai Beach Boys..........................................................808-246-6333 KauaiBeachBoys.com

Safari Helicopters......................................................... 800-326-3356 safarihelicopters.com

Kauai Bound................................................................... 808-320-3779 KauaiBoundStore.com

Sunshine Helicopters...................................................800-469-3000 sunshinehelicopters.com

Kauai Sea Tours.............................................................. 800-733-7997 kauaiseatours.com Kayak Kauai.................................................................... 888-596-3853 kayakkauai.com Makana Charters and Tours.......................................808-338-9980 makanacharters.com

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X AMERICAN Day Break........................................................................ 808-320-3653 marriott.com/en-us/hotels/lihsk-sheraton-kauai-coconut​ -beach-resort/dining Driftwood Bar & Grill....................................................888-805-3843 kauaibeachresorthawaii.com Nanea Restaurant and Bar.........................................808-827-8808 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/details​ /lihpw-the-westin-princeville-ocean-resort-villas/5983755 Naupaka Restaurant....................................................888-805-3843 naupakaterrace.com The Garden Grille......................................................... 808-823-6000 hgikauai.com

X B A R S & LO U N G E S Aupaka Terrace.............................................................. 800-220-2925 sonesta.com/us/hawaii/lihue/royal-sonesta-kauai-resort​ -lihue/dining Kukui’s on Kalapaki Beach.......................................... 800-220-2925 sonesta.com/us/hawaii/lihue/royal-sonesta-kauai-resort​ -lihue/kukuis-kalapaki-beach Stevenson’s Library......................................................800-554-9288 grandhyattkauai.com Wailele Bar...................................................................... 808-827-8707 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/details​ /lihpw-the-westin-princeville-ocean-resort-villas/6498701

X CO FFE E & T E A First Light Coffee and Juice Bar................................. 808-320-3653 marriott.com/en-us/hotels/lihsk-sheraton-kauai-coconut​ -beach-resort/dining

X CO N T I N E N TA L Hale Nalu.........................................................................808-240-6456 hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/hawaii/grand-hyatt-kauai-resort-and​ -spa/kauai/dining Ilima Terrace Restaurant............................................808-240-6456 hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/hawaii/grand-hyatt-kauai-resort-and​ -spa/kauai/dining Poipu Bay Clubhouse................................................... 800-858-6300 hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/hawaii/grand-hyatt-kauai-resort-and​ -spa/kauai/dining

X DESSERTS Lappert’s Hawaii...........................................................800-356-4045 lappertshawaii.com The Fresh Shave............................................................. 808-631-2222 thefreshshave.com

X H AWA I ‘ I R EG I O N A L Lava Lava Beach Club................................................... 808-769-5282 lavalavabeachclub.com Mamahune’s.................................................................. 808-823-6000 mamahunes.com The Crooked Surf........................................................... 800-760-8555 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/lihsk​ -sheraton-kauai-coconut-beach-resort


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The Plantation House by Gaylords........................... 808-245-9593 kilohanakauai.com/the-plantation-house-by-gaylords Tidepools Restaurant...................................................808-240-6456 hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/hawaii/grand-hyatt-kauai-resort-and​ -spa/kauai/dining

X S H O PPI N G ABC Stores....................................................................... 888-703-4222 abcstores.com

O‘ahu A ccom modat ions

Hilo Hattie - The Store of Hawaii............................... 800-233-8912 hilohattie.com

X B E D & B R E A K FA S T S

Kauai Made kauaimade.net

Papaya Paradise Bed & Breakfast..............................808-261-0316 windward-oahu.com....................................................... 90/BB-0021

Hanalei Taro & Juice Co................................................ 808-826-1059 hanaleitaro.com

Princeville Market......................................................... 808-827-8707 marriott.com/en-us/hotels/lihwp-the-westin-princeville​ -ocean-resort-villas/dining

Pillows In Paradise........................................................ 808-262-8540 pillowsinparadise.com.................................................... 90/BB-0051

X SE AFOOD

X S PEC I A LT Y S H O P S & B O U T I Q U E S

Duke’s Canoe Club - Kauai........................................... 808-246-9599 dukeskauai.com

Jewel of Paradise Memories....................................... 877-826-0020 jewelofparadise.com

Keoki’s Paradise.............................................................808-742-7534 keokisparadise.com

Kong Lung Trading......................................................... 808-828-1822 konglung.com

Red Salt............................................................................888-898-8958 meritagecollection.com/koa-kea/dining

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X H AWA I I A N Dani’s Restaurant......................................................... 808-245-4991 facebook.com/Danis-Restaurant-144708642278853

X STE AK & SE AFOOD Brennecke’s Beach Broiler..........................................888-384-8810 brenneckes.com Moamoa Hawaiian Fish House.................................. 800-760-8555 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/lihsk​ -sheraton-kauai-coconut-beach-resort Oasis On The Beach...................................................... 808-822-9332 oasiskauai.com

G ol f X G O L F CO U R S E S Ocean Course at Hokuala.......................................... 800-634-6400 golfhokuala.com Poipu Bay Golf Course................................................. 800-858-6300 poipubaygolf.com Princeville Makai Golf Club..........................................808-826-1912 MakaiGolf.com Puakea Golf Course....................................................... 808-977-3777 puakeagolf.com

S e rv ic e s X FI N A N C I A L S E R V I C E S Bank of Hawaii boh.com

X M E E T I N G S /CO N V E N T I O N S E R V I C E S Amstar Hawaii, DBA Worldstar.................................888-946-3930 worldstardmc.com Chrysalis Events Hawaii.............................................. 877-989-4728 chrysaliseventshawaii.com Grove Farm Company, Inc........................................... 808-245-3678 grovefarm.com Insider Experience........................................................808-870-4470 insiderexperiencedmc.com Island Style Innovations..............................................808-294-6020 island-styleinnovations.com PRA Hawaii...................................................................... 808-445-1208 PRA.com Weil & Associates.......................................................... 800-367-2333 weildmc.com

X V I S I T O R R E S O U RC E S Hawaii.com.....................................................................808-529-4700 hawaii.com Savvy360.........................................................................808-283-8888 app.savvy360.com

X D E PA R T M E N T S T O R E S , S H O PPI N G CENTERS & OUTLETS Ching Young Village......................................................808-826-7222 chingyoungvillage.com Kukui Grove Center and Kukui Grove Marketplace........................................... 808-245-7784 kukuigrovecenter.com The Shops at Kukui‘ula................................................ 808-742-9545 TheShopsAtKukuiula.com

X D I R EC T O R I E S & G U I D E S Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association...................808-923-0407 hawaiilodging.org Ko Olina Resort...............................................................808-671-2512 koolina.com

X H O T E L S & R E S O R T S , CO N D O M I N I U M S , VAC AT I O N O W N E R S H I P

X AIRLINES

444 Nahua Condominium Suites............................. 800-446-6248 444nahua.com

Alaska Airlines............................................................... 800-252-7522 alaskaair.com

Ala Moana Hotel by Mantra........................................ 800-367-6025 alamoanahotelhonolulu.com

Hawaiian Airlines.......................................................... 800-367-5320 hawaiianairlines.com

Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach.................................800-367-6060 alohilaniresort.com

Southwest Airlines........................................................800-435-9792 southwest.com

Aqua Aloha Surf Waikiki.............................................. 866-970-4160 aquaaston.com/hotels/aqua-aloha-surf-waikiki

United Airlines............................................................... 800-241-6522 united.com

Aqua Oasis...................................................................... 866-767-4528 aquaaston.com/hotels/aqua-oasis

X BUSES & SHUT TLES

Aqua Palms Waikiki...................................................... 866-970-4165 AquaPalms.com

Polynesian Adventure Tours...................................... 800-622-3011 polyad.com

X C A R S , M O T O RC YC L E S & M O PE D S Aloha Rents Hawaii Car Rental aloharents.com Discount Hawaii Car Rental.........................................800-292-1930 discounthawaiicarrental.com Hawaii Car Rentals HawaiiCarRentals.net

Aqua Skyline at Island Colony................................... 866-970-4163 aquaaston.com/hotels/aqua-skyline-at-island-colony Aqua-Aston Hospitality...............................................855-945-4092 aquaaston.com Aston at the Executive Centre Hotel........................855-945-4090 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-at-the-executive-centre-hotel Aston Waikiki Banyan..................................................855-945-4086 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-at-the-waikiki-banyan

X L I M O U S I N E S , TA X I S & R I D E S H A R I N G

Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel......................................... 800-877-7666 astonwaikikibeach.com

Kauai Luxury Transportation....................................808-634-7260 kauailuxurytransportation.com

Aston Waikiki Beach Tower........................................855-945-4084 aquaaston.com/hotel/aston-waikiki-beach-tower

X T R A N S P O R TAT I O N F O R S PEC I A L N E E D S T R AV E L E R S

Aston Waikiki Circle Hotel..........................................855-945-4088 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-waikiki-circle-hotel

Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals of Hawaii........... 877-735-6365 wheelersofhawaii.com

Aston Waikiki Sunset...................................................855-945-4085 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-waikiki-sunset

X T R AV E L AG E N T S

Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa................................. 866-44-DISNEY disneyaulani.com

Travel to Paradise...........................................................808-263-1192 traveltoparadise.com

X VAC AT I O N PAC K AG E S & T O U R S Island Partners Hawai‘i...............................................808-878-2580 IslandPartnersHawaii.com MC&A................................................................................ 877-589-5500 mcadmc.com Pleasant Holidays......................................................... 800-448-3333 PleasantHolidays.com Trade-Winds Management Group, LTD................... 808-883-1600 tmghawaiiltd.com

W e ddi ng s & H on e y mo ons

Bamboo Waikiki Hotel.................................................. 877-367-1912 castleresorts.com/oahu/bamboo-waikiki-hotel Castle Waikiki Shore..................................................... 800-367-5004 WaikikiShore.com Club Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk....................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/honolulu-oahu-hawaii/wyndham-at​ -waikiki-beach-walk Club Wyndham Royal Garden at Waikiki................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/honolulu-hawaii/wyndham-vacation​ -resorts-royal-garden-at-waikiki Coconut Waikiki Hotel................................................. 866-974-2626 coconutwaikikihotel.com

X C AT E R E R S , FAC I L I T I E S & V E N U E S Contemporary Flavors, Inc......................................... 808-245-2522 contemporaryflavorscatering.com

X D I R EC T O R I E S & G U I D E S Kauai Wedding Professionals Association............. 808-245-7860 kauaiwedpro.com

X FLO R I S T S & F O R M A L W E A R

E Komo mai, you are ohana at our boutique hotel. Great location, affordable and relaxing for leisure, business and celebrations. 866-974-2626 | coconutwaikikihotel.com

Flowers Forever.............................................................800-646-7579 flowersforeverhawaii.com

Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki Beach..................... 877-995-2638 marriott.com/hnlow

X W E D D I N G S E R V I C E S PROV I D E R S

Courtyard Oahu North Shore....................................808-293-4900 courtyardoahunorthshore.com

Tropical Paradise Weddings by Smith’s................... 808-821-6895 smithskauai.com

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Darmic Waikiki Banyan...............................................808-923-0370 darmic.com

Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club.................................800-845-5279 marriott.com/hnlko Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki Beach..................... 800-782-9488 moana-surfrider.com

Darmic Waikiki Banyan One bedroom Waikiki vacation condos - AC, WIFI, free parking. Recreation deck with pool, jacuzzis, playground. Your home away from home! 808-923-0370 | darmic.com Disney Vacation Club................................................... 888-9-AULANI disneyvacationclub.disney.go.com/destinations/list/us-hawaii​ /aulani-hawaii DoubleTree by Hilton Alana–Waikiki Beach...........800-222-8733 DoubletreeAlana.com Embassy Suites by Hilton Oahu Kapolei................ 800-EMBASSY oahukapolei.embassysuitesbyhilton.com

Welcome to West Oahu Embassy Suites Kapolei is the only full-service, all-suites hotel in west Oahu. Enjoy daily made-to-order breakfast, in-room WiFi, and more! (800) EMBASSY oahukapolei.embassysuitesbyhilton.com Embassy Suites by Hilton Waikiki Beach Walk...... 800-362-2779 embassysuiteswaikiki.com Equus Hotel.....................................................................808-949-0061 equushotel.com

OHANA Waikiki East by Outrigger............................800-462-6262 outrigger.com/hotels-resorts/hawaiian-islands/oahu-waikiki​ /ohana-waikiki-east OHANA Waikiki Malia by Outrigger.........................800-462-6262 outrigger.com/hotels-resorts/hawaiian-islands/ oahu-waikiki/ohana-waikiki-malia Ohia Waikiki Studio Suites...........................................855-747-0760 ohiawaikiki.com Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort......................800-688-7444 outriggerreef.com Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort................................800-688-7444 outriggerwaikiki.com Pacific Monarch............................................................. 866-774-2924 pacificmonarch.com Paradise Bay Resort...................................................... 800-735-5071 paradisebayresort.com Prince Waikiki................................................................ 855-622-7558 princewaikiki.com

Royal Grove Hotel & Apts............................................ 808-979-5912 royalgrovehotel.com

Ewa Hotel Waikiki......................................................... 866-536-7969 aquaaston.com/hotels/ewa-hotel-waikiki

Sheraton Princess Kaiulani..........................................808-922-5811 Princess-Kaiulani.com

Extra Holidays - Hawaii Condo Rentals...................800-989-6901 ExtraHolidays.com

Sheraton Waikiki...........................................................808-922-4422 sheratonwaikiki.com

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina....................844-387-0308 fourseasons.com/oahu

Shoreline Hotel Waikiki............................................... 877-793-8534 shorelinehotelwaikiki.com

Halekulani....................................................................... 800-367-2343 halekulani.com

Aloha Chic, cool and fun boutique gem located two blocks from Waikiki beach in the heart of shopping and dining.

877-793-8534 | shorelinehotelwaikiki.com Stay Hotel Waikiki..........................................................877-870-7742 stayhotelwaikiki.com

Holiday Inn Express Waikiki....................................... 808-947-2828 hiexwaikiki.com

The Imperial Hawaii Resort........................................ 800-347-2582 imperialofwaikiki.com

Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach.......................................808-237-1234 waikikibeach.centric.hyatt.com Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach.......................................... 808-922-3861 hyattplacewaikiki.com Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa........... 800-233-1234 HyattRegencyWaikiki.com Ilikai Hotel & Luxury Suites........................................ 866-536-7973 aquaaston.com/hotels/ilikai-hotel-luxury-suites Ilima Hotel....................................................................... 800-801-9366 ilima.com Kaimana Beach Hotel...................................................800-356-8264 kaimana.com Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head.............................808-922-1700 lotushonoluluhotel.com Luana Waikiki Hotel & Suites......................................855-747-0755 aquaaston.com/hotels/luana-waikiki-hotel-and-suites Marina Hawaii Vacations............................................ 866-976-6518 marinahawaiivacations.com

Turtle Bay Resort........................................................... 866-475-2567 turtlebayresort.com Vive Hotel Waikiki......................................................... 808-687-2000 vivehotelwaikiki.com Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa...................... 800-367-5370 marriottwaikiki.com Waikiki Beachcomber by Outrigger..........................866-517-5027 waikikibeachcomber.com Waikiki Network........................................................... 877-888-9425 waikiki-network.com Waikiki Resort Hotel.....................................................800-367-5116 waikikiresort.com

Waikiki Resort Hotel is located in the heart of Waikiki. We offer a perfect location, comfort, and value. 808-922-4911 or visit waikikiresort.com Waikiki Shore.................................................................800-688-7444 outrigger.com/hotels-resorts/hawaii/oahu/waikiki-shore-by​ -outrigger White Sands Hotel......................................................... 808-924-7263 whitesandshotel.com

X PR I VAT E H O M E S & CO T TAG E S Hawaiian Beach Rentals..............................................844-261-0464 hawaiianbeachrentals.com

X R E S E R VAT I O N S & B O O K I N G S E R V I C E S

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort.......800-HILTONS HiltonHawaiianVillage.com

Hotel Renew................................................................... 808-687-7700 hotelrenew.com

Trump International Hotel Waikiki.......................... 877-683-7401 trumphotels.com/waikiki

Trinity Properties, LLC................................................ 888-939-0444 trinityproperties.com

Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani...............................800-422-0450 halepuna.com

Hotel La Croix................................................................. 808-955-3741 lacroixhotels.com

The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club................................ 833-330-0130 surfjack.com

Residence Inn by Marriott Oahu - Kapolei.............. 888-236-2427 marriott.com/hotels/travel/hnlri-residence-inn-oahu-kapolei

ESPACIO The Jewel of Waikiki....................................844-672-0799 espaciowaikiki.com

Hilton Garden Inn Waikiki Beach.............................. 808-922-5022 hilton.com/en/hotels/hnlkugi-hilton-garden-inn-waikiki​ -beach

The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort, Waikiki........................ 800-782-9488 royal-hawaiian.com

Ramada Plaza Waikiki................................................... 808-955-1111 ramadaplazawaikiki.com

Shell Vacations Club Waikiki Marina Resort at the Ilikai........................................................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/honolulu-hawaii/waikiki-marina-resort-at​ -the-ilikai

Hampton Inn & Suites Oahu at Kapolei...................808-628-4900 hilton.com/en/hotels/jrfhxhx-hampton-suites-oahu-kapolei

The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach................................................................ 808-922-8111 ritzcarlton.com/waikiki

The Imperial Hawaiʻi Resort

Aloha Hawaiian Vacations.......................................... 800-256-4211 Aloha-Hawaiian.com Booking.com...................................................................808-457-4800 booking.com HawaiiGaga.com HawaiiGaga.com Pacific Islands Reservations....................................... 808-262-8133 pacificislandsreservations.com Waikiki Beach Stays waikikibeachstays.com

X VAC AT I O N R E N TA L S

A hotel and timeshare resort steps from the beach in the heart of Waikiki. The perfect destination for your vacation. 800-347-2582 | imperialofwaikiki.com The Kahala Hotel & Resort.......................................... 866-318-4579 kahalaresort.com

O‘ahu’s haven of luxury and elegance, located just minutes from Waikiki. Experience exquisitely appointed rooms, exceptional culinary venues and more!

Hale O Napohaku.......................................................... 808-293-5532 haleo.net......................................................................... 90/TVU-0338 Lanikai Beach Rentals.................................................. 808-476-7195 lanikaibeachrentals.com Ocean Villas at Turtle Bay Rentals hawaiigaga.com/oahu/condos/ocean-villas-at-turtle-bay.aspx Ola Properties, Inc.........................................................888-737-4188 OlaProperties.com Surfbreak HNL............................................................... 808-723-5541 surfbreakhnl.com

Ac t i v i t i e s X AT T R AC T I O N S Atlantis Submarines Waikiki......................................800-548-6262 atlantisadventures.com/waikiki

808-739-8888 | KahalaResort.com

Battleship Missouri Memorial...................................877-644-4896 ussmissouri.org

The Laylow, Autograph Collection............................808-922-6600 laylowwaikiki.com

Dave and Buster’s......................................................... 808-589-2215 daveandbusters.com

The MODERN Honolulu, by Diamond Resorts....... 877-599-5591 TheModernHonolulu.com

Diamond Head Visitor Center.....................................866-332-1941 pacifichistoricparks.org Dole Plantation..............................................................808-621-8408 dole-plantation.com

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Dolphin Quest - Oahu................................................... 800-248-3316 dolphinquest.com E.K. Fernandez Shows.................................................. 808-682-5767 ekfernandez.com GetYourGuide................................................................. 855-664 8235 getyourguide.com/hawaii-l85 Hawaii CinemAttractions............................................808-352-2714 4dfxhawaii.com Hawaiian Journey.......................................................... 800-367-7060 polynesia.com Helemano Plantation Country Inn........................... 808-622-3929 helemano.org Kualoa Ranch Private Nature Reserve.....................808-237-7321 kualoa.com Maui Divers Jewelry......................................................808-946-2929 MauiDivers.com/tour

X D I N N E R , CO C K TA I L & S U N S E T C RU I S E S

X S K Y A DV E N T U R E S

Majestic by Atlantis Cruises.......................................800-548-6262 majestichawaii.com

Blue Hawaiian Helicopters......................................... 800-745-2583 bluehawaiian.com

X D I R EC T O R I E S & G U I D E S

Paradise Helicopters.................................................... 866-876-7422 paradisecopters.com

Sustainable Tourism Association of Hawaii...........808-800-3531 sustainabletourismhawaii.org The Hawaii Admirer Travel Blog thehawaiiadmirer.com

X DISTILLERIES, BREWERIES, WINERIES, CIDERIES & MEADERIES

Ko‘olau Distillery........................................................... 808-261-0685 koolaudistillery.com

Aloha VIP Tours, Inc...................................................... 800-367-6071 alohavip.com

X FE S T I VA L S & E V E N T S

E Noa Tours.................................................................... 800-824-8804 enoa.com

Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum................................. 808-441-1000 pearlharboraviationmuseum.org

Okinawan Festival........................................................808-676-5400 okinawanfestival.com

The LineUp at Wai Kai.................................................. 619-488-2304 atthelineup.com U.S. Army Museum Of Hawaii.................................... 808-955-9552 hiarmymuseumsoc.org USS Arizona Memorial..................................................866-332-1941 pacifichistoricparks.org USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park................. 808-423-1341 bowfin.org Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawaii.......................................................808-440-2914 wetnwildhawaii.com

X L A N D A DV E N T U R E S Arcimoto.......................................................................... 541-683-6293 arcimoto.com Bike Hawaii......................................................................877-682-7433 bikehawaii.com Circle Island Tour........................................................... 800-367-7060 polynesia.com CLIMB Works Keana Farms Zipline........................... 808-200-7906 climbworks.com/keana_farms Coral Crater Adventure Park......................................808-626-5773 coralcrater.com Gunstock Ranch............................................................. 808-341-3995 GunstockRanch.com

X B O O K I N G & CO N C I E RG E S E R V I C E S

Hawaiian Style Rentals & Sales................................. 866-916-6733 hawaiianstylerentals.com

Fun Group Hawaii.......................................................... 808-379-3737 lit.link/fungrouphawaii

Nature and You..............................................................808-696-4414 andyoucreations.com/nature

Go City.............................................................................. 800-887-9103 gocity.com/oahu/en-us

North Shore EcoTours.................................................. 877-521-4453 northshoreecotours.com

Hawai‘i Tours & Activities...........................................844-471-0785 HawaiiTours.com Hawaii Activities Discount..........................................866-482-9775 hawaiidiscount.com HawaiiActivities.com - VELTRA...................................877-877-1222 HawaiiActivities.com Leisure Travel Services................................................808-655-9971 hawaii.armymwr.com/programs/leisure-travel-services

X C U LT U R E & T H E A R T S , H I S T O RY Art on the Zoo Fence artonthezoofence.com Bishop Museum..............................................................808-847-3511 bishopmuseum.org

X LŪ ‘AU & D I N N E R S H O W S Ahaaina Luau..................................................................808-931-7430 royal-hawaiian.com/dining-overview/ahaaina-luau Ali‘i Luau at the Polynesian Cultural Center.......... 808-293-3333 polynesia.com HUKI: A Canoe Celebration......................................... 800-367-7060 polynesia.com Ka Moana Luau..............................................................808-926-3800 moanaluau.com Ka Wa‘a - A Lū‘au at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa............................................... 866-44-DISNEY disneyaulani.com/activities/luau

Hawaii Okinawa Center...............................................808-676-5400 huoa.org

Paniolo Pā‘ina................................................................. 808-293-6020 turtlebayresort.com/things-to-do/elevated-experiences​ /paniolo-paina

Hawaii State Art Museum...........................................808-586-0900 hisam.hawaii.gov

Paradise Cove Luau....................................................... 800-775-2683 paradisecove.com

Hawaii Theatre..............................................................808-528-0506 hawaiitheatre.com

Waikiki Starlight Luau................................................ 808-941-LUAU hiltonhawaiianvillage.com/luau

Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives........................................... 808-447-3910 missionhouses.org

X M U S I C & N I G H T L I FE

Honolulu Museum of Art............................................. 808-532-8700 honolulumuseum.org Malama Loko Ea Foundation...................................... 808-637-3232 lokoea.org/hololea Queen Emma Summer Palace.................................... 808-595-3167 daughtersofhawaii.org Waikalua Loko I‘a..........................................................808-664-3027 thepaf.org/waikalua Wyland Galleries North Shore...................................808-637-8729 signaturegalleries.com Wyland Galleries Waikiki............................................ 808-924-1322 signaturegalleries.com

X TOURS & SIGHTSEEING Aloha Hawaii Tours.......................................................808-926-3800 alohahawaiitours.com

Aloha Festivals............................................................... 808-923-1094 alohafestivals.com

Sea Life Park Hawaii..................................................... 808-259-2500 sealifeparkhawaii.com

Skydive Hawaii............................................................... 808-637-9700 skydivehawaii.com

KōHana Distillers......................................................... 808-649-0830 kohanarum.com

Pacific Historic Parks....................................................866-332-1941 pacifichistoricparks.org

Polynesian Cultural Center........................................ 800-367-7060 polynesia.com

Rainbow Helicopters.................................................... 888-779-7724 rainbowhelicopters.com

Blue Note Hawaii........................................................... 808-777-4898 bluenotehawaii.com Splash Bar....................................................................... 808-921-4600 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/hnlks​ -sheraton-princess-kaiulani Swim................................................................................. 800-233-1234 waikiki.regency.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/Swim.html

X PL A N TAT I O N S , FA R M S & G A R D E N S Kahuku Farms................................................................808-628-0639 kahukufarms.com Waimea Valley................................................................ 808-638-7766 waimeavalley.net

Hawaii Outdoor Guides...............................................888-886-7060 hawaiioutdoorguides.com Island And You...............................................................808-696-4414 andyoucreations.com/island Oahu Nature Tours....................................................... 808-924-2473 oahunaturetours.com Oahu Photography Tours............................................ 808-679-1938 oahuphotographytours.com Pearl Harbor Tours.........................................................808-312-3705 pearlharbortours.com Real Hawaii Tours..........................................................808-698-5779 realhawaiitours.com Roberts Hawaii..............................................................808-539-9400 RobertsHawaii.com Shaka Guide.................................................................... 888-250-2261 shakaguide.com Stargazers of Hawaii..................................................... 808-291-6230 stargazersofhawaii.com Waikiki Trolley.............................................................. 800-824-8804 waikikitrolley.com

X VO LU N T O U R I S M Battleship Missouri Memorial...................................877-644-4896 ussmissouri.org Iolani Palace...................................................................808-522-0822 iolanipalace.org Kanu Hawaii....................................................................808-206-8446 KanuHawaii.org Malama Loko Ea Foundation...................................... 808-637-3232 lokoea.org/hololea Pacific Islands Institute................................................808-732-1999 explorethepacific.com

X WAT E R A DV E N T U R E S Captain Bruce Yacht Charters...................................808-922-2344 cptbruce.com Dolphin Excursions Hawaii......................................... 808-239-5579 dolphinexcursions.com Dolphins and You..........................................................808-696-4414 DolphinsAndYou.com Hanauma Bay Dive Tours............................................800-505-8956 hanaumabaydivetours.com Hawaii Nautical............................................................. 808-234-7245 hawaiinautical.com Hawaii Ocean Charters................................................808-343-4458 hawaiioceancharters.com Hawaii Surfboard Rentals...........................................808-689-8989 hawaiisurfboardrentals.com Hawaiian Diving Adventures......................................808-232-3193 hawaiiandiving.com Holokai Catamaran...................................................... 808-922-2210 sailholokai.com Kepoikai II....................................................................... 808-224-7688 kepoikai.com Ko Olina Ocean Adventures.......................................808-396-2068 KoOlinaOceanAdventures.com

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Maita‘i Catamaran........................................................ 800-462-7975 MaitaiCatamaran.net

Hinana Bar...................................................................... 866-774-6236 princewaikiki.com/eat-and-drink/hinana-bar-muliwai-deck

Lychee..............................................................................800-367-6060 alohilaniresort.com/dining/lychee

Ocean and You...............................................................808-696-4414 andyoucreations.com/ocean

Kani Ka Pila Grille outrigger.com/events/music/kani-ka-pila-grille

Merriman’s Honolulu................................................... 808-215-0022 merrimanshawaii.com/honolulu

Ocean Joy Cruises.......................................................... 888-677-1277 OceanJoyCruises.com

Lewers Lounge............................................................... 808-923-2311 halekulani.com/dining/lewers-lounge-bar

Pounders Restaurant................................................... 800-367-7060 hukilaumarketplace.com/pounders-2

Sportfish Hawaii.............................................................877-388-1376 sportfishhawaii.com

Mai Tai Bar........................................................................808-923-7311 royal-hawaiian.com/dining/maitaibar

Seaside Grill.................................................................... 866-318-4579 kahalaresort.com

Surf HNL...........................................................................808-371-8917 surfhnl.com

O Bar.................................................................................800-367-6060 alohilaniresort.com/dining/o-bar

Sprigs Grille.....................................................................808-674-8222 oahukapolei.embassysuitesbyhilton.com

The Adventure Boat......................................................808-358-0255 TheAdventureBoat.com

Off The Lip....................................................................... 866-475-2569 turtlebayresort.com/dining/lip

Sunday Club Brunch at Longboard Club...................808-922-1233 alohilaniresort.com/dining/sunday-club

Turtles and You..............................................................808-696-4414 andyoucreations.com

Rum Fire...........................................................................808-922-4422 rumfirewaikiki.com

The Grove........................................................................808-943-5807 themodernhonolulu.com/waikiki-restaurants

Sun and Salt Adventures Hawaii............................... 808-262-5656 twogoodkayaks.com

Sunset.............................................................................. 866-475-2569 turtlebayresort.com/dining/sunset

The Plumeria Beach House......................................... 866-318-4579 kahalaresort.com

Waikiki Beach Services.................................................808-927-7441 waikikibeachservices.com

Swell Bar..........................................................................800-367-6060 alohilaniresort.com/dining/swell-bar

The Veranda.................................................................... 866-318-4579 kahalaresort.com

Whales and You.............................................................808-696-4414 andyoucreations.com/whale-watching

Tapa Bar............................................................................800-HILTONS hiltonhawaii.com

Wild Side Specialty Tours............................................ 808-306-7273 SailHawaii.com

The Edge of Waikiki.......................................................808-922-4422 sheratonwaikiki.com

X W E L L N E S S & R E J U V E N AT I O N

Tropics Bar and Grill......................................................800-HILTONS hiltonhawaiianvillage.com

Hawaii Natural Therapy.............................................. 808-200-4611 bestoahumassage.com................................................... MAE #3362

X CO FFE E & T E A

X PAC I FI C R I M Roy’s Waikiki.................................................................. 808-923-7697 royyamaguchi.com/roys-waikiki-oahu Tiki’s Grill & Bar..............................................................808-923-8454 tikisgrill.com Waiolu Ocean Cuisine.................................................. 877-683-7401 trumphotels.com/waikiki

Moana Lani Spa.............................................................. 808-237-2535 moanalanispa.com........................................................... MAE #2401

Honolulu Coffee..............................................................877-533-1500 honolulucoffee.com

Na Hoola Spa.................................................................. 800-233-1234 waikiki.hyatt.com.............................................................. MAE #1466

Hoolana........................................................................... 866-475-2569 turtlebayresort.com/dining/hoolana

Still & Moving Center.....................................................808-397-7678 stillandmovingcenter.com.............................................. MAE #2676

X CO N T I N E N TA L

Duke’s Canoe Club - Waikiki....................................... 808-922-2268 dukeswaikiki.com

BALI Oceanfront.............................................................800-HILTONS baliwaikiki.com

Nico’s at Pier 38............................................................. 808-540-1377 nicospier38.com

BBQ Lunch....................................................................... 800-367-7060 polynesia.com

Orchids............................................................................. 800-367-2343 halekulani.com/dining/orchids-restaurant

The Kahala Spa............................................................... 808-739-8938 kahalaresort.com...............................................................MAE #2110 The Spa at the Modern Honolulu themodernhonolulu.com/spa-honolulu-waikiki Waikiki Massage and Foot Spa LLC........................... 808-291-9265 waikikimassageandfootspa.com........... MAT #99621 MAE #2986

D i n i ng & D r i n k s

Gateway Buffet.............................................................. 808-293-3333 polynesia.com Hapas................................................................................ 808-921-4600 sheratonwaikiki.com

X AMERICAN

Heyday............................................................................. 808-782-4977 whitesandshotel.com/eat-drink

Beach Bar.........................................................................808-922-3111 moana-surfrider.com

House Without A Key.................................................... 800-367-2343 halekulani.com/dining/house-without-a-key

Café 410............................................................................ 800-367-6025 alamoanahotelhonolulu.com/dining/cafe-410

Island Buffet at the Gateway Restaurant............... 800-367-7060 polynesia.com

Cheeseburger In Paradise, Waikiki.......................... 808-923-3731 cheeseburgernation.com

Surf Lanai.........................................................................808-923-7311 royal-hawaiian.com/dining/surflanai

Hard Rock Cafe............................................................... 808-955-7383 hardrockcafe.com/location/honolulu Hula Grill Waikiki...........................................................808-923-4852 hulagrillwaikiki.com Kona Brewing Company at Koko Marina.................808-394-5662 konabrewingco.com Kuhio Beach Grill........................................................... 800-367-5370 marriott.com/en-us/hotels/hnlmc-waikiki-beach-marriott​ -resort-and-spa/dining

X DESSERTS Lappert’s Hawaii...........................................................800-356-4045 lappertshawaii.com

X D I N N E R S H O W/C RU I S E Ha: Breath of Life at the Polynesian Cultural Center........................................ 800-367-7060 polynesia.com

X FR E N C H

Makahiki - The Bounty of the Islands................... 866-44-DISNEY resorts.disney.go.com/aulani-hawaii-resort

La Mer............................................................................... 800-367-2343 halekulani.com/dining/la-mer

Pikake Terrace Restaurant......................................... 808-921-4600 princess-kaiulani.com

X H AWA I ‘ I R EG I O N A L

Surfrider Cafe..................................................................808-922-3111 moanasurfrider.com The Veranda.................................................................... 808-921-4600 moanasurfrider.com Tommy Bahama.............................................................808-923-8785 tommybahama.com Hawaiian Pie Co............................................................. 808-988-7828 hawaiianpieco.com Leonard’s Bakery Ltd....................................................808-737-5591 leonardshawaii.com

Alaia.................................................................................. 866-475-2569 turtlebayresort.com/dining/alaia AMA‘AMA...................................................................... 866-44-DISNEY disneyaulani.com/dining 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar.......................................... 800-321-6248 100Sails.com Eating House 1849......................................................... 808-924-1849 eatinghouse1849.com Hau Tree........................................................................... 808-923-1555 kaimana.com

X B A R S & LO U N G E S

Hideout............................................................................808-922-6600 laylowwaikiki.com

Halekulani Bakery & Restaurant..............................800-422-0450 halepuna.com

Hoku’s.............................................................................. 866-318-4579 kahalaresort.com

Hau Tree Bar.................................................................... 800-735-1111 hiltonhawaiianvillage.com

Kai Market....................................................................... 808-931-4600 sheratonwaikiki.com

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X S E A FO O D Azure Restaurant...........................................................808-923-7311 azurewaikiki.com

X STEAK HY’s Steak House........................................................... 808-922-5555 hyshawaii.com Ruth’s Chris Steak House............................................ 808-440-7910 ruthschris.com/hawaii Stripsteak Waikiki.........................................................808-896-2545 michaelmina.net/restaurants/stripsteak/waikiki Wolfgang’s Steakhouse............................................... 808-922-3600 wolfgangssteakhouse.net/waikiki

X STE AK & SE AFOOD BLT Steak.........................................................................808-683-7440 bltrestaurants.com/location/blt-steak-waikiki Ruth’s Chris Steak House - Honolulu....................... 800-544-0808 ruthschris.com/hawaii The Buffet at Hyatt....................................................... 800-233-1234 waikiki.regency.hyatt.com

G ol f X G O L F CO U R S E S Hawaii Prince Golf Club...............................................808-944-4567 princewaikiki.com/experience/golf Ko Olina Golf Club.........................................................808-676-5300 koolinagolf.com Pearl Country Club........................................................ 808-487-3802 pearlcc.com

Pearl Country Club Pearl Country Club offers panoramic views of both the Pacific and mountainside with its challenging par 72-course on Oahu. 808-487-3802 | pearlcc.com

X PRO DU C T S & S E R V I C E S Tachibana Golf Tours....................................................808-738-3000 tachibana.com


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Leis by Ron...................................................................... 808-838-1455 leisbyron.net Mahinalani Gift Shop at the Polynesian Cultural Center............................ 808-293-3058 shop.polynesia.com Manuheali‘i Inc.............................................................. 808-942-9868 manuhealii.com Mutual Publishing..........................................................808-732-1709 mutualpublishing.com Precious Hawai‘i............................................................ 808-587-7775 precioushawaii.com Shop Polynesia............................................................... 800-367-7060 shop.polynesia.com

S e rv ic e s X C H U RC H S E R V I C E S , W O R S H I P, T O U R S Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace................. 808-536-7036 cathedralofourladyofpeace.com Hawaii Temple Visitors’ Center................................. 808-293-9297 ldschurchtemples.com

Hawaii.com.....................................................................808-529-4700 hawaii.com LeiGreeting.com............................................................ 800-665-7959 LeiGreeting.com Pacific Business News.................................................. 808-955-8100 bizjournals.com/pacific

X FI N A N C I A L S E R V I C E S

The Orchid Lei Company..............................................808-847-1107 TheOrchidLei.com

Bank of Hawaii boh.com

ThisWeekMagazines.com.......................................... 808-843-6000 thisweekmagazines.com

Currency Exchange International.............................888-998-3948 ceifx.com/locations/hi-honolulu/international-market-place

Travel Graphics International.................................... 651-486-7448 tgimaps.com

Currency Exchange International.............................888-998-3948 ceifx.com/locations/hi-honolulu/pearlridge-center

Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii................................. 808-926-8274 visitoralohasocietyofhawaii.org

First Hawaiian Bank..................................................... 808-525-7000 fhb.com

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X GENER AL BUSINESS Hawaiian Cool Water Systems...................................808-954-9638 hawaiiancoolwater.com

X M E E T I N G S /CO N V E N T I O N S E R V I C E S

X D E PA R T M E N T S T O R E S , S H O PPI N G CENTERS & OUTLETS Ala Moana Center.......................................................... 808-955-9517 alamoanacenter.com

Amstar Hawaii, DBA Worldstar.................................888-946-3930 worldstardmc.com

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet & Marketplace.............808-486-6704 alohastadium.hawaii.gov/aloha-stadium-swap-meet​ -marketplace

Annabel Chotzen, Professional Speaker................. 808-728-3355 annabelchotzen.com

International Market Place........................................ 808-921-0536 Shopinternationalmarketplace.com

CFX Hawaii...................................................................... 808-367-6033 cfxhawaii.com

Events International Inc.............................................. 808-754-4775 eventsint.com Gourmet Events Hawaii............................................... 808-735-7788 gourmeteventshawaii.com Insider Experience........................................................808-870-4470 insiderexperiencedmc.com Island Style Innovations..............................................808-294-6020 island-styleinnovations.com JPG Hawaii...................................................................... 808-429-4544 JPGhawaii.com

X R E TA I L S T O R E S OluKai............................................................................... 877-285-8524 OluKai.com

X S H O P LO C A L Aubrey Emi Designs...................................................... 360-878-1669 AubreyEmi.com Chocolate on a Mission................................................ 808-524-7770 chocolateonamission.com House of Mana Up.........................................................808-425-4028 houseofmanaup.com Kona Bay Hawaii us.konabayhawaii.com KualoaGrown.................................................................. 800-231-7321 kualoa.com/kualoagrown No‘eau Designers.......................................................... 808-670-2718 noeaudesigners.com NOHO HOME by Jalene Kanani.................................. 808-779-8576 nohohomehawaii.com

X S PEC I A LT Y S H O P S & B O U T I Q U E S Chanel Boutique............................................................808-923-0255 chanel.com Diamond Guy Hawaii................................................... 808-650-4800 diamondguyhawaii.com Hawaii Estate & Jewelry Buyers................................808-729-6000 hawaiijewelrybuyers.com

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Chrysalis Events Hawaii.............................................. 877-989-4728 chrysaliseventshawaii.com CIH Events.......................................................................808-800-2787 cihevents.com

Ulu Store at the Polynesian Cultural Center.......... 808-293-3053 shop.polynesia.com

International Market Place Shop & Dine over 75 stores & restaurants in the heart of Waikīkī. 808-921-0536 | ShopInternationalMarketPlace.com

X AIRLINES Alaska Airlines............................................................... 800-252-7522 alaskaair.com Hawaiian Airlines.......................................................... 800-367-5320 hawaiianairlines.com

Luxury Row at 2100 Kalakaua Avenue.................... 808-922-2246 luxuryrow.com

Mokulele Airlines.......................................................... 866-260-7070 mokuleleairlines.com

Royal Hawaiian Center................................................ 808-922-2299 RoyalHawaiianCenter.com

Southwest Airlines........................................................800-435-9792 southwest.com

Waikiki Beach Walk waikikibeachwalk.com

United Airlines............................................................... 800-241-6522 united.com

X H AWA I I A N A PRO DU C T S

X BUSES & SHUT TLES

Kika Matsumoto............................................................ 808-735-2088 kikainc.com

ABC Stores....................................................................... 888-703-4222 abcstores.com

Fly Shuttle & Tours........................................................ 808-260-9766 flyshuttletours.com

Peerless Host Hawaii.....................................................808-265-5107 peerlesshosthawaii.com

AlohaOutlet.Com.......................................................... 808-922-0536 alohaoutlet.com

Polynesian Adventure Tours...................................... 800-622-3011 polyad.com

PRA Hawaii...................................................................... 808-445-1208 PRA.com

Big Island Candies......................................................... 800-935-5510 BigIslandCandies.com

SpeediShuttle................................................................. 808-242-7777 speedishuttle.com

Weil & Associates.......................................................... 800-367-2333 weildmc.com

Hawaii Coffee Company..............................................800-338-8353 hawaiicoffeecompany.com

Wet Paint Group............................................................ 720-693-8117 wetpaintgroup.com

Hawaiian Host, Inc....................................................... 808-848-0500 hawaiianhost.com

X PH O T O G R A PH E R S & V I D EO G R A PH E R S

Hawaiian Shirt-Shoppe by Will Sales Consulting..800-988-4832 shirt-shoppe.com

Victor Goodpasture Photography............................. 808-542-1290 pdimaging.com

X V I S I T O R R E S O U RC E S Hana Hou!........................................................................ 808-733-3333 hanahou.com Hawaii Grocery Service................................................808-379-7611 hawaiigroceryservice.com

Hilo Hattie - The Store of Hawaii............................... 800-233-8912 hilohattie.com Honolulu Cookie Company.........................................866-333-5800 honolulucookie.com Kamaka Hawaii...............................................................808-531-3165 kamakahawaii.com Kōkua Sun Care.............................................................. 808-722-6816 kokuasuncare.com

X C A R S , M O T O RC YC L E S & M O PE D S 808 Smart Car Rentals..................................................808-735-5000 808smartcar.com Aloha Motorsports........................................................ 808-667-7000 alohamotorsports.com Aloha Rents Hawaii Car Rental carrentalshawaii.com Discount Hawaii Car Rental.........................................800-292-1930 discounthawaiicarrental.com Hawaii Car Rentals HawaiiCarRentals.net Hui Car Share.................................................................. 808-207-9449 drivehui.com

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Moloka‘i A ccom modat ions X H O T E L S & R E S O R T S , CO N D O M I N I U M S , VAC AT I O N O W N E R S H I P Hotel Molokai................................................................. 808-553-5347 hotelmolokai.com Ke Nani Kai Club............................................................800-490-9042 kenanikai.com

X PR I VAT E H O M E S & CO T TAG E S Pu‘u O Hoku Ranch....................................................... 808-558-8109 puuohoku.com

X VAC AT I O N R E N TA L S Dunbar Beachfront Cottages..................................... 808-336-0761 molokaibeachfrontcottages.com............................... CP 20000013 Elena’s Estates and Vacation Rentals...................... 425-314-9793 condomolokai.com It’s a Molokai Condo.....................................................925-785-6445 ItsaMolokaiCondo.com Molokai Dreams - 1181 Condo.................................... 208-267-5256 molokaidreams.com WAIKĪKĪ, O‘AHU

X L I M O U S I N E S , TA X I S & R I D E S H A R I N G Charley’s Taxi, Tours & Limousines........................... 877-531-1333 charleystaxi.com

X T R A N S P O R TAT I O N F O R S PEC I A L N E E D S T R AV E L E R S Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals of Hawaii........... 877-735-6365 wheelersofhawaii.com

Tr av e l P rof e s siona l s X O N L I N E T R AV E L S E R V I C E S Love O‘ahu....................................................................... 707-927-1839 loveoahu.org TripAdvisor TripAdvisor.com TripOrigami......................................................................305-218-5216 triporigami.com

X B O O K I N G & CO N C I E RG E S E R V I C E S

Island Partners Hawai‘i...............................................808-878-2580 IslandPartnersHawaii.com

Molokai Day Tour hawaiianvillagetours.com/about-us.html

MC&A................................................................................ 877-589-5500 mcadmc.com Pacific Islands Institute................................................808-732-1999 explorethepacific.com Pleasant Holidays......................................................... 800-448-3333 PleasantHolidays.com Tournet Hawaii Inc....................................................... 888-TOURNET tournet-hawaii.com Trade-Winds Management Group, LTD................... 808-883-1600 tmghawaiiltd.com TravelBrands Inc............................................................ 416-482-5906 travelbrands.com United Vacations®........................................................888-854-3899 unitedvacations.com

AAA Washington........................................................... 800-562-2582 aaawa.com

YMT Vacations................................................................800-922-9000 ymtvacations.com

Linda Dancer with Honeymoons, Inc........ 888-811-1888 ext. 331 LindaDancer.com iCruise.............................................................................. 866-291-4764 icruise.com Travel to Paradise...........................................................808-263-1192 traveltoparadise.com University Travel Service............................................ 818-563-9808 Vacation Packages & Tours Apple Vacations..............................................................800-517-2000 AppleVacations.com

W e ddi ng s & H on e y mo ons X C AT E R E R S , FAC I L I T I E S & V E N U E S Haiku Gardens Weddings............................................ 808-247-0605 haikugardens.com Wedding Estates Hawaii...............................................808-372-1695 weddingestateshawaiillc.com

X FLO R I S T S & F O R M A L W E A R Hawaii Flower Lei.......................................................... 800-665-7959 HawaiiFlowerLei.com

X O FFI C I A N T S

Blue Sky tours Hawaii..................................................800-678-2787 blueskytours.com

My Hawaii Wedding......................................................866-498-0504 myhawaiiwedding.com

Bonotel Exclusive Travel............................................. 702-796-5454 bonotel.com

X W E D D I N G S E R V I C E S PROV I D E R S

Delta Vacations..............................................................800-800-1504 delta.com/vacations Dragon Tours Corporation.......................................... 808-591-8988 dragontours.com Funjet Vacations............................................................888-558-6654 funjet.com Great Hawaii Vacations...............................................800-688-2254 greathawaiivacations.com

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Hawaii Aloha Travel......................................................800-843-8771 hawaii-aloha.com

X T R AV E L AG E N T S

Hawaii HIS Corporation............................................... 808-921-4384 lealeatours.com

Molokai Island Retreat................................................ 805-225-7073 houfy.com/65287

Aloha Event DJ................................................................808-683-9527 alohaeventdj.com Best Bridal Hawaii......................................................... 808-829-1423 thebesthawaiiwedding.com Halekulani - Wedding................................................... 800-367-2343 halekulani.com/events/weddings Waikiki Weddings at the Modern Honolulu...........808-943-5808 themodernhonolulu.com White Orchid Wedding.................................................800-240-9336 whiteorchidwedding.com

X S K Y A DV E N T U R E S Sunshine Helicopters...................................................800-469-3000 sunshinehelicopters.com

X WAT E R A DV E N T U R E S Alyce C. Sportfishing....................................................808-558-8377 alycecsportfishing.com

S e rv ic e s X FI N A N C I A L S E R V I C E S Bank of Hawaii boh.com

X M E E T I N G S /CO N V E N T I O N S E R V I C E S Amstar Hawaii, DBA Worldstar.................................888-946-3930 worldstardmc.com Island Style Innovations..............................................808-294-6020 island-styleinnovations.com PRA Hawaii...................................................................... 808-445-1208 PRA.com

Tr a nsp ortat ion X AIRLINES Hawaiian Airlines.......................................................... 800-367-5320 hawaiianairlines.com Mokulele Airlines.......................................................... 866-260-7070 mokuleleairlines.com

X C A R S , M O T O RC YC L E S & M O PE D S Discount Hawaii Car Rental.........................................800-292-1930 discounthawaiicarrental.com

X VAC AT I O N PAC K AG E S & T O U R S Island Partners Hawai‘i...............................................808-878-2580 IslandPartnersHawaii.com Pleasant Holidays......................................................... 800-448-3333 PleasantHolidays.com


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A ccom modat ions X H O T E L S & R E S O R T S , CO N D O M I N I U M S , VAC AT I O N O W N E R S H I P Four Seasons Resort Lanai.........................................808-565-2000 four seasons.com/lanai Hotel Lāna‘i..................................................................... 800-795-7211 hotellanai.comActivities

X AT T R AC T I O N S Lanai Cat Sanctuary..................................................... 808-215-9066 LanaiCatSanctuary.org

X C U LT U R E & T H E A R T S , H I S T O RY Lana‘i Culture & Heritage Center.............................. 808-565-7177 lanaichc.org

A ccom modat ions X B E D & B R E A K FA S T S Bamboo Valley Inn........................................................808-280-0289 bamboovalleyinn.com.......................................... BBPH 2009/0014 Dreams Come True on Maui Bed and Breakfast........................................................ 808-879-7099 mauibednbreakfast.com.......................................BBKM2009/0006

Hooilo House..................................................................808-667-6669 hooilohouse.com............... BBWM T2009/0001, SUP2 2003/0003 Huelo Point Lookout.....................................................800-871-8645 maui-vacationrentals.com.................................... BBPH 2009/0015 Maui Beach Ocean View Rentals...............................808-283-0804 MauiBeachVR.com................................................BBWM 2009/0003

Lanai Cat Sanctuary..................................................... 808-215-9066 LanaiCatSanctuary.org

Maui Eco Retreat...........................................................808-572-6006 mauiretreat.com......................................................BBPH2009/0003

X WAT E R A DV E N T U R E S

Maui What A Wonderful World Bed and Breakfast........................................................ 808-870-2191 amauibedandbreakfast.com............................... BBKM 2009/0005

Lana‘i Ocean Sports......................................................808-866-8256 lanaioceansports.com

D i n i ng & D r i n k s X CHINESE Chengdu Taste Lanai....................................................808-563-0936 chengdutastelanai.com

G ol f X G O L F CO U R S E S Manele Golf Course..................................................... 800-321-4666 fourseasons.com/lanai/golf

Maui Accommodations Guide MauiAccommodations.com

X H O T E L S & R E S O R T S , CO N D O M I N I U M S , VAC AT I O N O W N E R S H I P Ali‘i Resorts.....................................................................866-284-2544 aliiresorts.com

G & Z UpCountry Bed & Breakfast.............................808-224-6824 gandzmaui.com................................................... BBMP - 2015/0001

X VO LU N T O U R I S M

Expeditions: Maui - Lanai Ferry.................................800-695-2624 go-lanai.com

X D I R EC T O R I E S & G U I D E S Kaanapali Beach Resort Association kaanapaliresort.com

CALL NOW for your oceanfront condo, full kitchens, 24-hour support, luxury linens, complimentary concierge services & Aloha Greeting. 866-284-2544 | AliiResorts.com Aloha Condos..................................................................877-782-5642 alohacondos.com Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort & Spa.......................... 808-573-1234 andazmaui.com

Ocean Breeze Hideaway..............................................888-463-6687 hawaiibednbreakfast.com................................... BBKM 2009/0003 Old Wailuku Inn At Ulupono.......................................800-305-4899 mauiinn.com....................................................................... CP 980006 The Inn at Mama’s Fish House................................... 808-579-9764 innatmamas.com The Plantation Inn........................................................800-433-6815 theplantationinn.com

X C RU I S E S H I P S UnCruise Adventures...................................................888-862-8881 uncruise.com

The beachfront Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort is situated on Maui’s premier southwestern coastline, just steps from Mokapu Beach. 808-573-1234 | andazmaui.com Aqua-Aston Hospitality...............................................855-945-4092 aquaaston.com Aston at Papakea Resort.............................................855-945-4047 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-at-papakea-resort

S e rv ic e s X FI N A N C I A L S E R V I C E S Bank of Hawaii boh.com

X M E E T I N G S /CO N V E N T I O N S E R V I C E S Amstar Hawaii, DBA Worldstar.................................888-946-3930 worldstardmc.com Chrysalis Events Hawaii.............................................. 877-989-4728 chrysaliseventshawaii.com Insider Experience........................................................808-870-4470 insiderexperiencedmc.com Island Style Innovations..............................................808-294-6020 island-styleinnovations.com PRA Hawaii..................................................................... 808-445-1208 PRA.com

S hoppi ng X H AWA I I A N A PRO DU C T S Mike Carroll Gallery...................................................... 808-565-7122 mikecarrollgallery.com

Tr a nsp ortat ion X AIRLINES Hawaiian Airlines.......................................................... 800-367-5320 hawaiianairlines.com

X O C E A N FE R R I E S Expeditions: Maui - Lanai Ferry.................................800-695-2624 go-lanai.com

Tr av e l P rof e s siona l s X VAC AT I O N PAC K AG E S & T O U R S Island Partners Hawai‘i...............................................808-878-2580 IslandPartnersHawaii.com Pleasant Holidays......................................................... 800-448-3333 PleasantHolidays.com

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Aston at the Maui Banyan..........................................855-945-4048 astonmauibanyan.com

Maui Condo and Home, LLC....................................... 800-822-4409 MauiCondo.com

Aston at The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach...............855-945-4049 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-at-the-whaler-on-kaanapali

Maui Owner Condos, a By Owner Direct Rental Network..........................707-636-4230 MauiOwnerCondos.com

Aston Kaanapali Shores..............................................855-945-4051 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-kaanapali-shores Aston Mahana at Kaanapali.......................................855-945-4046 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-mahana-at-kaanapali Aston Maui Hill............................................................. 855-945-4044 astonmauihill.com Aston Maui Kaanapali Villas...................................... 855-945-4050 astonmauikaanapalivillas.com Best Western Pioneer Inn........................................... 800-457-5457 pioneerinnmaui.com Castle Kamaole Sands.................................................. 877-875-1483 KamaoleSandsMaui.com Courtyard Maui Kahului Airport................................877-852-1880 marriott.com/hnmmk Days Inn by Wyndham Maui Oceanfront................ 808-879-7744 wyndhamhotels.com/days-inn/maui-hawaii/days-inn-maui​ -oceanfront/overview Destination Residences Hawaii, Inc.........................866-384-4590 DestinationResidencesHawaii.com Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui.............................................800-659-4100 fairmont-kea-lani.com Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea.......................800-334-MAUI fourseasons.com/maui Grand Wailea..................................................................800-888-6100 grandwailea.com Hana Kai Maui Resort.................................................. 800-346-2772 hanakaimaui.com Hāna-Maui Resort......................................................... 808-359-2401 hanamauiresort.com Honua Kai Resort & Spa................................................888-718-5789 honuakai.com Hotel Wailea Maui........................................................ 800-800-0720 hotelwailea.com Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa ........................808-661-1234 maui.regency.hyatt.com Kaanapali Alii, A Destination by Hyatt Residence............................866-594-6661 kaanapalialii.com Kaanapali Beach Hotel................................................. 800-262-8450 kbhmaui.com Kapalua Villas Maui......................................................808-688-7444 KapaluaVillas.com Kauhale Makai, Village by the Sea........................... 800-822-4409 mauicondo.com/maui-vacation-resorts/kauhale-makai​ -village-sea Kohea Kai Resort Maui.................................................800-532-6284 KoheaKai.com Kulakane Condominiums............................................ 800-669-6119 kulakane.com Lahaina Shores Beach Resort A Destination by Hyatt Residence............................ 866-575-2922 lahainashores.com Lumeria Maui................................................................ 855-579-8877 LumeriaMaui.com Makena Surf, A Destination by Hyatt Residence............................866-384-4590 destinationhotels.com/destination-residences-wailea/condos​ /makena-surf Mana Kai Maui............................................................... 800-525-2025 manakaimaui.com Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club...................................... 800-845-5279 marriott.com/hnmmh Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club Napili & Lahaina Villas............................................................ 678-714-6860 marriott.com/hnmmu Maui Beach Hotel.......................................................... 808-979-5912 mauibeachhotel.com Maui Coast Hotel...........................................................800-895-6284 mauicoasthotel.com

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Maui Seaside Hotel....................................................... 808-877-3311 mauiseasidehotel.com Maui Sunset Vacation Rentals................................... 800-233-3310 mauisunset.com

X PR I VAT E H O M E S & CO T TAG E S Hale Mauka Makai....................................................... 808-264-4205 halemaukamakai.com.......................................... BBPH 2009/0001 Ho‘olei at Grand Wailea............................................... 808-875-1234 grandwailea.com/stay/hoolei-villas Sunsets In Paradise......................................................866-530-9678 sunsetsinparadise.com

X R E S E R VAT I O N S & B O O K I N G S E R V I C E S

Montage Kapalua Bay..................................................808-662-6600 montagehotels.com/kapaluabay

Aloha Hawaiian Vacations.......................................... 800-256-4211 Aloha-Hawaiian.com

Napili Kai Beach Resort............................................... 800-367-5030 napilikai.com

HawaiiGaga.com HawaiiGaga.com

This timeless resort offers Hawaiian hospitality and comfortably appointed accommodations scattered over 10 beach front acres on beautiful Napili Bay. 800-367-5030 | napilikai.com Napili Surf Beach Resort.............................................800-541-0638 napilisurf.com Polo Beach Club, A Destination Residence.............866-384-4590 PoloBeachClubResort.com

Maui Resort Rentals.....................................................808-662-6284 mauiresortrentals.com Rentals Maui Inc............................................................ 800-808-3138 RentalsMaui.com Sunny Maui Vacations...................................................808-240-1311 sunnymauivacations.com

X R E T R E AT S Ala Kukui Hana Retreat............................................... 808-248-7841 alakukui.org Lumeria Maui................................................................ 855-579-8877 LumeriaMaui.com

X VAC AT I O N R E N TA L S

Residence Inn Maui Wailea ........................................ 808-891-7460 ResidenceInnMauiWailea.com

Aloha Baby Grand at Wailea Beach Villas.............. 650-854-9600 waileagrandbeachvillas.com

Royal Kahana Maui by Outrigger..............................800-688-7444 outrigger.com/hotels-resorts/hawaii/maui/royal-kahana​ -maui-by-outrigger

AlohaKiheiMaui.com

Royal Lahaina Resort....................................................808-661-3611 royallahaina.com Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa....................................... 866-716-8109 sheraton-maui.com Sugar Beach Resort (Maui Condo)............................ 800-822-4409 mauicondo.com The Hale Pau Hana........................................................ 800-367-6036 thehalepauhana.com The Mauian..................................................................... 800-367-5034 mauian.com The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua................................800-262-8440 ritzcarlton.com/kapalua

Immerse yourself in an authentic Hawaiian experience deeply rooted in local culture, environmental adventure, and a warm aloha spirit. 800-262-8440 | ritzcarlton.com/kapalua The Westin Ka‘anapali Ocean Resort Villas........... 808-667-3200 marriott.com/hotels/travel/hnmkw-the-westin-kaanapali​ -ocean-resort-villas The Westin Maui Resort & Spa................................... 866-716-8140 westinmaui.com The Westin Nanea Ocean Villas.................................808-662-6300 WestinNanea.com Wailea Beach Resort..................................................... 808-879-1922 waileabeachresort.com Wailea Beach Villas, A Destination by Hyatt Residence............................866-384-4590 WaileaBeachVillas.com Wailea Ekahi Village, A Destination by Hyatt Residence............................866-384-4590 WaileaEkahiResort.com Wailea Ekolu Village, A Destination by Hyatt Residence............................ 800-367-5246 WaileaEkoluResort.com Wailea Elua Village A Destination by Hyatt Residence............................866-384-4590 WaileaEluaResort.com Wailea Grand Champions Villas, A Destination by Hyatt Residence............................ 800-367-5246 WaileaGrandChampionsResort.com

BeachVacationCondos.net Haiku House Maui haikuhousemaui.com Hawaii Beachfront Condos........................................ 800-442-0404 HawaiiBeachfrontCondos.com Ka‘anapali Folly...............................................................562-294-1836 kaanapalifolly.com Polo Beach Club Rentals hawaiigaga.com/maui/condos/polo-beach-club.aspx Private Paradise Villas................................................. 888-875-2818 privateparadisevillas.com Puamana Nani Vacation Home...................................808-214-3171 puamananani.com Royal Mauian Rentals hawaiigaga.com/maui/condos/royal-mauian.aspx Sugar Beach Condos hawaiigaga.com/sugar-beach-condos.aspx Sunset Shores Maui SunsetShoresMaui.com Tropical Bound Condo Rentals...................................866-456-6284 tropicalbound.com Villas By the Cove.......................................................... 800-656-1128 makoaresorts.com/villas-by-the-cove-estate WaileaEkahiVillage.com, Pauli Family Condos......808-868-4050 waileaekahivillage.com

Ac t i v i t i e s X AT T R AC T I O N S Adventure Park Maui.................................................. 808-868-0041 adventureparkmaui.com Atlantis Submarines Maui..........................................800-548-6262 atlantisadventures.com/maui GetYourGuide ................................................................ 855-664 8235 getyourguide.com/hawaii-l85 Maui Alpaca................................................................... 808-500-2577 mauialpaca.com Maui Ocean Center...................................................... 808-270-7000 mauioceancenter.com Maui Zipline Company.................................................808-633-2464 mauizipline.com

X B O O K I N G & CO N C I E RG E S E R V I C E S Go City.............................................................................. 800-887-9103 gocity.com/oahu/en-us Hawai‘i Tours & Activities...........................................844-471-0785 HawaiiTours.com


Hawaii Activities Discount..........................................866-482-9775 hawaiidiscount.com Hawaii Travel and Tours.com.................................... 877-678-7333 AdventureInHawaii.com

X C U L I N A RY E X PE R I E N C E S , T O U R S & TA S T I N G S Surfing Goat Dairy........................................................ 808-878-2870 surfinggoatdairy.com

X C U LT U R E & T H E A R T S , H I S T O RY Makoa Quest.................................................................. 808-214-0355 makoaquest.org Maui Arts & Cultural Center........................................808-242-7469 mauiarts.org Moana Glass by Ryan Staub....................................... 808-763-6338 moanaglass.com SMALL TOWN * BIG ART smalltownbig.org

X M U S I C & N I G H T L I FE

X VO LU N T O U R I S M

Lobby Lounge................................................................800-334-MAUI fourseasons.com/maui/dining/lounges/lobby_lounge

Makoa Quest................................................................. 808-214-0355 makoaquest.org

X PL A N TAT I O N S , FA R M S & G A R D E N S

Pacific Whale Foundation.......................................... 808-249-8811 pacificwhale.org

Ali‘i Kula Lavender........................................................808-878-3004 aliikulalavender.com

Action Sportfishing on Start Me Up......................... 808-667-2774 sportfishingmaui.com

Kula Botanical Garden Inc...........................................808-878-1715 kulabotanicalgarden.com

Alii Nui Sailing Charters..............................................800-542-3483 AliiNuiMaui.com

Maui Ku‘ia Estate Chocolate...................................... 844-844-5842 mauichocolate.com

Boss Frog’s...................................................................... 808-661-3333 bossfrog.com

X S K Y A DV E N T U R E S

Expeditions: Maui - Lanai Ferry.................................800-695-2624 go-lanai.com

Blue Hawaiian Helicopters........................................ 800-745-2583 bluehawaiian.com Maui Helicopter Tours .................................................808-638-3230 mauihelicoptertours.com

X D I R EC T O R I E S & G U I D E S Activities & Attractions Association of Hawaii (A3H)..............................................................800-398-9698 HawaiiFun.org Maui Information Guide.............................................. 808-213-3043 mauiinformationguide.com

X DISTILLERIES, BREWERIES, WINERIES, CIDERIES & MEADERIES MauiWine........................................................................808-878-6058 mauiwine.com

Maverick Helicopters.................................................. 800-978-0266 maverickhelicopters.com Sunshine Helicopters.................................................. 800-469-3000 sunshinehelicopters.com Temptation Tours...........................................................800-817-1234 temptationtours.com

X TOURS & SIGHTSEEING Haleakala EcoTours...................................................... 888-922-2453 haleakalaecotours.com

X FE S T I VA L S & E V E N T S

Hana and Beyond Tours................................................808-269-1261 hanaandbeyond.com

Kapalua Wine & Food Festival kapaluawineandfoodfestival.com

Hawaii Ghost Walks...................................................... 833-446-7813 hawaiighostwalks.com

Sentry Tournament of Champions PGA Tour......... 808-665-9160 SentryTournamentofChampions.com

Local Maui Tours............................................................ 808-446-2611 localmauitours.com

X L A N D A DV E N T U R E S

Maui Pacific Tours........................................................ 808-800-7773 mauipacifictours.com

Bike Maui......................................................................... 888-922-2453 bikemaui.com Experiencing the Road to Hana...and Beyond!...... 888-816-9213 theR2H.com Hike Maui........................................................................866-324-6284 hikemaui.com Humble Tours..................................................................808-746-7318 humbletours.com Jungle Zipline Maui...................................................... 855-628-4947 junglezip.com Kapalua Ziplines............................................................ 808-756-9147 kapaluaziplines.com Maui Hiking Safaris...................................................... 888-445-3963 mauihikingsafaris.com Rappel Maui................................................................... 844-368-1017 rappelmaui.com

X WAT E R A DV E N T U R E S

Kahanu Garden.............................................................. 808-240-1301 ntbg.org/gardens/kahanu

Maui’s Private Guide................................................... 808-344-9595 mauisprivateguide.com Pearl Harbor Tours........................................................ 808-312-3705 pearlharbortours.com Road to Hana Tours...................................................... 808-468-9980 roadtohanatours.com Roberts Hawaii..............................................................808-539-9400 RobertsHawaii.com Stardust Hawaii............................................................. 808-661-8284 stardusthawaii.com Temptation Tours...........................................................800-817-1234 temptationtours.com Volcano Tours................................................................ 808-495-8875 volcanotours.com

Fish Maui.........................................................................808-344-3520 fishmaui.com Four Winds II Snorkeling Adventures..................... 800-736-5740 fourwindsmaui.com/gohawaii Gemini Charters............................................................800-820-7245 geminicharters.com Hale Huaka‘i Ocean Activity Center........................ 800-262-8450 kbhmaui.com/activities/ocean-activities Hawaii Mermaid Adventures.................................... 808-495-8919 hawaiimermaidadventures.com Hawaii Ocean Rafting.................................................. 808-661-7238 hawaiioceanrafting.com Hawaiian Ocean Sports...............................................808-633-2800 hawaiianoceansports.com Hawaiian Paddle Sports..............................................808-442-6436 hawaiianpaddlesports.com Kai Kanani Sailing Charters....................................... 808-879-7218 kaikanani.com Maui Boat Trips.............................................................. 808-893-2105 mauiboattrips.com Maui Dive Shop..............................................................800-542-3483 mauidiveshop.com Maui Kayak Adventures LLC...................................... 808-442-6465 mauikayakadventures.com Maui Stand Up Paddle Boarding................................ 808-568-0151 mauistanduppaddleboarding.com Maui Surf Lessons........................................................ 808-442-7252 mauisurflessons.com Maui Surfer Girls........................................................... 808-214-0606 MauiSurferGirls.com Pacific Whale Foundation........................................... 808-249-8811 pacificwhale.org Pride of Maui................................................................. 808-242-0955 prideofmaui.com Redline Rafting...............................................................808-757-9211 Redlinerafting.com

Royal Lahaina Tennis Ranch...................................... 808-667-5200 royallahainatennisranch.com

Snorkel Molokini...........................................................808-638-3230 snorkelmolokini.com

Skyline Hawaii - Maui Zipline Tours......................... 808-419-3767 skylinehawaii.com/maui

Sportfish Hawaii.............................................................877-388-1376 sportfishhawaii.com

Valley Isle Excursions................................................... 877-871-5224 tourmaui.com

Trilogy Excursions........................................................888-MAUI-800 sailtrilogy.com

Wailea Tennis Courts................................................... 808-879-1958 waileatennis.com

Ultimate Whale Watch and Snorkel........................ 808-667-5678 UltimateWhaleWatch.com

X LŪ ‘AU & D I N N E R S H O W S Ahaaina Wailea, A Grand Wailea Luau....................800-888-6100 grandwailea.com/experiences/luau Drums of the Pacific Luau.......................................... 808-667-4733 drumsofthepacificmaui.com Myths of Maui Luau at the Royal Lahaina Resort...................................... 844-767-8794 www.mythsofmaui.com

ULTIMATE Whale Watch & Snorkel Small groups. Big fun! 808.667.5678 | ultimatewhalewatch.com

Old Lahaina Luau......................................................... 800-248-5828 oldlahainaluau.com

X W E L L N E S S & R E J U V E N AT I O N

The Beach Club Luau at Kapalua Bay...................... 808-662-6627 montagehotels.com/kapaluabay/beach-club-luau

Alana Spa......................................................................... 808-661-3611 royallahaina.com/dining.................................................. MAE#3260

The Feast at Mokapu................................................... 808-573-1234 feastatmokapu.com

Awili Spa and Salon...................................................... 808-879-1234 hyatt.com/en-US/spas/Awili-Spa-and-Salon/home.html.....MAE #2882

Wailele Polynesian Luau..............................................866-716-8112 westinmauiluau.com

WEST MAUI >

Heavenly Spa by Westin.............................................. 866-716-8112 heavenlyspamaui.com......................................................MAE #1510 80 0 - GoHawaii

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X PAC I FI C R I M

Kamaha‘o Marilyn Monroe Spa..................................808-661-1234 marilynmonroespas.com/maui......................................MAE #1928 Maui Healing Retreat.................................................. 808-870-3711 mauihealingretreat.com

Japengo Maui................................................................. 808-667-4727 hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/hawaii/hyatt-regency-maui-resort​ -and-spa/oggrm/dining

Spa Grande..................................................................... 800-SPA-1933 grandwailea.com............................................................... MAE #2394

Ka‘ana Kitchen andazmaui.com

Spa Helani...................................................................... 808-662-2644 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/fitness-spa-services​ /oggws-the-westin-kaanapali-ocean-resort-villas... MAE #2351 Spa Montage Kapalua Bay......................................... 808-665-8282 montagehotels.com/kapaluabay/spa Kapalua Spa....................................................................800-262-8440 ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/KapaluaMaui/Spa/Default.htm. MAE #974 The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Maui......................808-874-8000 fourseasons.com/maui................................................... MAE #1956 Willow Stream Spa....................................................... 800-659-4100 fairmont.com/kea-lani-maui/willow-stream...............MAE #2125

D i n i ng & D r i n k s X AMERICAN Ama Bar & Grill...............................................................800-659-4100 fairmont.com/kea-lani-maui/dining/ama-bar-and-grill Cheeseburger in Paradise, Maui.............................. 800-228-7437 cheeseburgernation.com Fleetwood’s on Front Street..................................... 808-669-MICK fleetwoodsonfrontst.com KAPA Bar & Grill............................................................. 800-367-2960 kapawailea.com Kea Lani Restaurant.................................................... 800-659-4100 fairmont.com Pailolo Bar & Grill.......................................................... 808-667-3200 vistana.com/destinations/the-westin-kaanapali-ocean-resort​ -villas/dining#pailolo-bar-grill Royal Ocean Terrace Restaurant............................. 800-280-8155 RoyalLahaina.com/Dining.cfm Royal Scoop......................................................................808-661-3611 RoyalLahaina.com/Dining.cfm Swan Court Breakfast.................................................. 808-661-1234 maui.regency.hyatt.com The Beach Club Restaurant & Bar............................ 887-997-6667 astonkaanapalishoresresort.com/resort-overview/resort​ -dining The Burger Shack......................................................... 808-669-6200 ritzcarlton.com/kapalua The Hana Ranch Restaurant..................................... 808-248-8211 hanamauiresort.com/dining The Hideaway at Kapalua Bay....................................808-665-8282 montagehotels.com/kapaluabay/dining/the-hideaway Ulana............................................................................... 808-669-6200 ritzcarlton.com/kapalua Volcano Bar.....................................................................800-888-6100 grandwailea.com

X BAKERIES Leoda’s Kitchen and Pie Shop....................................808-662-3600 leodas.com

X B A R S & LO U N G E S Alaloa Lounge................................................................ 808-669-6200 ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/kapalua-maui/dining Botero Lounge................................................................800-888-6100 grandwailea.com Bumbye Beach Bar andazmaui.com Lehua Lounge................................................................ 808-879-1234 andazmaui.com Maui Brewing Company.............................................. 808-213-3002 mauibrewingco.com Umalu............................................................................... 808-661-1234 maui.regency.hyatt.com

X CO N T I N E N TA L Duke’s Beach House.................................................... 808-662-2900 dukesmaui.com Grand Dining Room Maui............................................800-888-6100 grandwailea.com Mokapu Market andazmaui.com The Cliff Dive Bar........................................................... 800-782-9488 sheraton-maui.com The Mai Tai Bar – Kaanapali Beach sheraton-maui.com

X DESSERTS Lappert’s Hawaii...........................................................800-356-4045 lappertshawaii.com

X E U RO - A S I A N

gohawaii.com

X S E A FO O D Down The Hatch............................................................ 808-661-4900 dthmaui.com/down-the-hatch Humuhumunukunukuapuaa Restaurant..............800-888-6100 grandwailea.com Mama’s Fish House.......................................................808-579-8488 mamasfishhouse.com

X STE AK & SE AFOOD Cane & Canoe.................................................................808-662-6681 montagehotels.com/kapaluabay/dining/cane-and-canoe Leilani’s On The Beach................................................. 808-661-4495 leilanis.com Ruth’s Chris Steak House - Wailea........................... 800-544-0808 ruthschris.com/hawaii

Star Noodle.....................................................................808-667-5400 starnoodle.com

X H AWA I ‘ I R EG I O N A L

G ol f X G O L F CO U R S E S

Banyan Tree Kapalua.................................................. 808-669-6200 ritzcarlton.com/kapalua

Kaanapali Kai Golf Course............................................866-454-Golf kaanapaligolfcourses.com

Breakwall Shave Ice Co................................................ 808-661-4900 breakwallmaui.com

Kapalua Golf - The Bay Course....................................877-527-2582 golfatkapalua.com

DUO................................................................................. 800-334-MAUI fourseasons.com/maui/dining.html

Kapalua Golf - The Plantation Course.......................877-527-2582 golfatkapalua.com

Huihui - A Beachfront Restaurant............................ 808-667-0124 huihuirestaurant.com

Royal Kaanapali Course................................................866-454-Golf kaanapaligolfcourses.com

Hula Grill..........................................................................808-667-6636 hulagrillkaanapali.com

The King Kamehameha Golf Club.............................808-249-0033 kamehamehagolf.com

Kimo’s.............................................................................. 808-661-4811 kimosmaui.com

Wailea Golf Club - Blue Course.................................. 888-328-MAUI waileagolf.com

Lahaina Grill.................................................................. 800-360-2606 lahainagrill.com

Wailea Golf Club - Emerald Course.......................... 888-328-MAUI waileagolf.com

Mauka Makai................................................................. 808-662-6400 westinnanea.com/maukamakai

Wailea Golf Club - Gold Course.................................. 888-328-MAUI waileagolf.com

Merriman’s Kapalua................................................... 808-669-6400 merrimanshawaii.com Royal Ocean Terrace.................................................... 808-661-3236 royallahaina.com/dining The Plantation House Restaurant............................808-669-6299 theplantationhouse.com

S e rv ic e s X FI N A N C I A L S E R V I C E S Bank of Hawaii boh.com

X M E E T I N G S /CO N V E N T I O N S E R V I C E S

The Restaurant at Hotel Wailea............................... 800-800-0720 hotelwailea.com/dining

Amstar Hawaii, DBA Worldstar.................................888-946-3930 worldstardmc.com

The Sea House Restaurant......................................... 800-367-5030 seahousemaui.com

Chrysalis Events Hawaii.............................................. 877-989-4728 chrysaliseventshawaii.com

X H AWA I I A N

Desilva Meeting Consultants.....................................808-575-5400 desilvadmc.com

Aloha Mixed Plate......................................................... 808-661-3322 alohamixedplate.com

X I TA L I A N Ferraro’s Bar e Ristorante .........................................800-334-MAUI fourseasons.com/maui/dining.html Pulehu, an Italian Grill................................................ 800-662-2655 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/oggws​ -the-westin-kaanapali-ocean-resort-villas Taverna............................................................................ 808-667-2426 tavernamaui.com

X J A PA N E S E Teppanyaki Dan............................................................. 800-782-9488 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/hnmsi​ -sheraton-maui-resort-and-spa

X MEXICAN Kai Cafe............................................................................808-669-6200 ritzcarlton.com/kapalua

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Ko Restaurant.............................................................. 866-540-4456 fairmont.com

Hawaii Destination Premier....................................... 808-205-2734 hd-premier.com Hawaii Meetings + Events........................................... 808-244-7600 HawaiiMeetings.com Insider Experience........................................................808-870-4470 insiderexperiencedmc.com Island Events .................................................................808-875-8833 islandeventshawaii.com Island Style Innovations..............................................808-294-6020 island-styleinnovations.com Kōkua Destination Services.......................................808-344-8506 kokuaservicesllc.com PRA Hawaii...................................................................... 808-445-1208 PRA.com Weil & Associates.......................................................... 800-367-2333 weildmc.com


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X V I S I T O R R E S O U RC E S Hawaii-Guide.com........................................................808-240-4772 hawaii-guide.com Hawaii.com.....................................................................808-529-4700 hawaii.com

X T R A N S P O R TAT I O N F O R S PEC I A L N E E D S T R AV E L E R S Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals of Hawaii........... 877-735-6365 wheelersofhawaii.com

Tr av e l P rof e s siona l s

Island of Hawai‘i A ccom modat ions X B E D & B R E A K FA S T S

Savvy360.........................................................................808-283-8888 app.savvy360.com

X T R AV E L AG E N T S

Belle Vue Cottage and Suites.....................................800-772-5044 hawaii-bellevue.com

Wailea Resort Association..........................................808-874-6866 wailearesortassociation.com

Bowers Discount Travel Inc......................................... 877-319-7916 bowerstravel.net

Dragonfly Ranch: Healing Arts Center.....................808-328-2159 dragonflyranch.com

S hoppi ng

Captivating Journeys....................................................800-344-9086 captivatingjourneys.com

Hale ‘Ohu Bed & Breakfast......................................... 808-731-5243 haleohu.com..................................................Special Permit No. 966

X D E PA R T M E N T S T O R E S , S H O PPI N G CENTERS & OUTLETS Ching Store...................................................................... 808-878-1556 Outlets of Maui.............................................................. 808-661-8277 outletsofmaui.com

X H AWA I I A N A PRO DU C T S ABC Stores....................................................................... 888-703-4222 abcstores.com Hilo Hattie - The Store of Hawaii............................... 800-233-8912 hilohattie.com Honolulu Cookie Company.........................................866-333-5800 honolulucookie.com

Tr a nsp ortat ion X AIRLINES Alaska Airlines............................................................... 800-252-7522 alaskaair.com Hawaiian Airlines.......................................................... 800-367-5320 hawaiianairlines.com Mokulele Airlines.......................................................... 866-260-7070 mokuleleairlines.com Southwest Airlines........................................................800-435-9792 southwest.com United Airlines............................................................... 800-241-6522 united.com

X BUSES & SHUT TLES

Hawaiian Travel®..........................................................877-664-4063 hawaiiantravel.com

X VAC AT I O N PAC K AG E S & T O U R S Island Partners Hawai‘i...............................................808-878-2580 IslandPartnersHawaii.com Kathy Clarke Hawaii - Rock Solid Events & Destination Management Company....................808-885-8060 KathyClarkeHawaii.com MC&A................................................................................ 877-589-5500 mcadmc.com Pleasant Holidays......................................................... 800-448-3333 PleasantHolidays.com Trade-Winds Management Group, LTD................... 808-883-1600 tmghawaiiltd.com

W e ddi ng s & H on e y mo ons X C AT E R E R S , FAC I L I T I E S & V E N U E S Cliff House.......................................................................808-662-6600 montagehotels.com/kapaluabay/gatherings/private-dining Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center...................................808-572-6560 huinoeau.com

Holualoa Inn....................................................................800-392-1812 Holualoainn.com Ka‘awa Loa Plantation Guesthouse & Retreat...... 808-323-2686 kaawaloaplantation.com Kamuela Inn...................................................................808-885-4243 thekamuelainn.com Kane Plantation Guesthouse......................................808-328-2416 kaneplantationhawaii.com Kilauea Lodge & Restaurant....................................... 808-967-7366 kilauealodge.com Kona Bayview Inn.......................................................... 808-345-5476 konabayviewinn.com

Old Hawaiian B&B.......................................................... 877-961-2816 thebigislandvacation.com

X W E D D I N G S E R V I C E S PROV I D E R S

Volcano Lava Lodge Accommodations.................... 800-733-3839 lavalodge.com

Aloha Fun Weddings..................................................... 808-365-2746 AlohaFunWeddings.com

X C A R S , M O T O RC YC L E S & M O PE D S

Ancient Hawaiian Weddings......................................808-280-0021 ancienthawaiianweddings.com

Hawaii Car Rentals HawaiiCarRentals.net

Hale Kai Hawaii Bed & Breakfast..............................808-935-6330 halekaihawaii.com

Aubrey Hord Photography.......................................... 808-264-5226 aubreyhord.com

Polynesian Adventure Tours...................................... 800-622-3011 polyad.com

Discount Hawaii Car Rental.........................................800-292-1930 discounthawaiicarrental.com

Kona Bed and Breakfast Inc.......................................800-772-5044 kona-bed-breakfast.com

A Happy Maui Wedding................................................ 808-667-7007 ahappymauiwedding.com

Aloha Rents Hawaii Car Rental..................................833-628-4227 mauicarrental.com

Tropical rainforest with stunning botanical gardens. Private-entry suites. Contemporary design and amenities. In-room breakfast. Three minutes to the national park. 808-731-5243 | haleohu.com

X PH O T O G R A PH E R S & V I D EO G R A PH E R S

Akina Tours & Transportation...................................808-879-2828 akinatours.com

Aloha Motorsports........................................................ 808-667-7000 alohamotorsports.com

Hale ‘Ohu Bed & Breakfast

Travel to Paradise...........................................................808-263-1192 traveltoparadise.com

Celebrations of Aloha...................................................866-716-8112 marriott.com/en-us/hotels/hnmwi-the-westin-maui-resort​ -and-spa-kaanapali/weddings Grand Wailea Resort Weddings.................................800-888-6100 grandwailea.com/weddings-events Love Maui Weddings..................................................... 800-793-2933 lovemauiweddings.com

X O C E A N FE R R I E S

The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua Weddings.......................808-665-7208 ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/kapalua-maui/weddings

Expeditions: Maui - Lanai Ferry.................................800-695-2624 go-lanai.com

White Orchid Wedding.................................................800-240-9336 whiteorchidwedding.com

Volcano Rainforest Retreat........................................800-550-8696 volcanoretreat.com...................................................................... #168 Volcano Village Estates................................................ 808-967-7986 volcanovillageestates.com Volcano Village Lodge..................................................808-985-9500 VolcanoVillageLodge.com

X C RU I S E S H I P S UnCruise Adventures...................................................888-862-8881 uncruise.com

X HOSTELS Arnott’s Lodge & Hiking Adventures.......................808-339-0921 arnottslodge.com

X H O T E L S & R E S O R T S , CO N D O M I N I U M S , VAC AT I O N O W N E R S H I P Aqua-Aston Hospitality...............................................855-945-4092 aquaaston.com Aston Kona by the Sea.................................................855-945-4043 aquaaston.com/hotels/aston-kona-by-the-sea Castle Hilo Hawaiian Hotel......................................... 888-869-5931 HiloHawaiian.com Club Wyndham Kona Hawaiian Resort....................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/kailua-kona-hawaii/wyndham-kona​ -hawaiian-resort Club Wyndham Mauna Loa Village...........................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/kailua-kona-hawaii/wyndham-mauna-loa​ -village Courtyard Marriott King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel......................................................... 800-367-2111 konabeachhotel.com Dolphin Bay Hotel......................................................... 800-935-1466 dolphinbayhotel.com Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii.............................................800-885-2000 fairmontorchid.com

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Four Seasons Resort Hualalai....................................888-340-5662 FourSeasons.com/Hualalai Grand Naniloa Resort a DoubleTree by Hilton................................................808-969-3333 grandnaniloahilo.com

The Gateway to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

X PR I VAT E H O M E S & CO T TAG E S Halii Kai Villa Rentals at Waikoloa Beach Resort................................................ 808-987-4519 waikoloavacationrentals.com/halii-kai-rentals Kolea Rentals at Waikoloa Beach Resort................ 866-839-1581 waikoloavacationrentals.com/kolea-rentals Lava Lava Beach Club................................................... 808-769-5282 LavaLavaBeachClub.com

Overlooking Hilo Bay. Explore the Island of Hawaii.

Mauna Lani Terrace...................................................... 808-987-4519 waikoloavacationrentals.com/mauna-lani-terrace.html

Oceanfront, Restaurant, Bar, Pool, Golf

The Dolphin House vrbo.com/24550

808-969-3333 | grandnaniloahilo.com

The Puakea Ranch......................................................... 808-315-0805 puakearanch.com

Halii Kai Resort at Waikoloa....................................... 866-258-2165 castleresorts.com/big-island/halii-kai-at-waikoloa

Volcano Places................................................................877-967-7990 volcanoplaces.com

Hilton Waikoloa Village................................................800-HILTONS HiltonWaikoloaVillage.com Kanaloa at Kona Resort................................................ 877-367-1912 castleresorts.com/big-island/kanaloa-at-kona Kings’ Land by Hilton Grand Vacations Club......... 800-445-8667 kingslandhgvc.hilton.com Kohala Suites by Hilton Grand Vacations.............. 800-445-8667 waikoloabeachresorthgvc.hilton.com Marriott’s Waikoloa Ocean Club...............................800-845-5279 marriott.com/koamv Mauna Kea Beach Hotel..............................................877-880-6524 maunakeabeachhotel.com

X R E S E R VAT I O N S & B O O K I N G S E R V I C E S Hawaii Volcano Vacations............................................707-931-4704 hawaiivolcanovacations.com.............................................. TAR7214 HawaiiGaga.com HawaiiGaga.com Island Beach Rentals.................................................... 800-332-7081 vacationbigisland.com Kona Coast Vacations....................................................877-322-2407 konacoastvacations.com Waikoloa Vacation Rentals......................................... 808-987-4519 waikoloavacationrentals.com

X VAC AT I O N R E N TA L S

Mauna Lani Point, A Destination by Hyatt Residence.............................877-272-8210 maunalanipoint.com

Ainamalu at Waikoloa Beach Resort........................ 808-987-4519 waikoloavacationrentals.com/ainamalu

Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection............... 800-367-2323 aubergeresorts.com/maunalani

Hali‘i Kai Rentals hawaiigaga.com/big-island/condos/halii-kai.aspx

Situated on the Kohala Coast, Mauna Lani offers authentic experiences infused with the essence of soulful Hawai‘i. 808-885-6622 | aubergeresorts.com/maunalani Outrigger Kona Resort & Spa..................................... 866-419-2601 outrigger.com/kona Paniolo Greens...............................................................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/waikoloa-hawaii/paniolo-greens Royal Kona Resort..................................................... 800-222-ALOHA royalkona.com

Royal Kona Resort Enjoy newly renovated guestrooms, oceanfront pool, swimming lagoon, and award-winning dining at Don the Beachcomber Restaurant & Mai Tai Bar. 808-400-1706 | RoyalKona.com/book

X C U L I N A RY E X PE R I E N C E S , T O U R S & TA S T I N G S Big Island Bees................................................................808-328-1315 BigIslandBees.com Hawaii Institute of Pacific Agriculture.................... 808-896-5551 hipagriculture.org Honoka‘a Chocolate Co................................................ 808-494-2129 hichocolatefarm.com Kona Salt Farm by Sea Salts of Hawaii..................... 808-326-9301 konaseasalt.com

Hualalai Vacation Rentals........................................... 808-987-4519 hualalai.com Kona Coast Vacations....................................................877-322-2407 konacoastvacations.com South Kohala Management........................................800-822-4252 southkohala.com The Falls at Reed’s Island............................................808-635-3649 reedsisland.com

Visit our beautiful oceanfront salt farm and learn about salt harvesting in Hawaii and our unique deep ocean water source. 808.326.9301 | konaseasalt.com

Tutu’s Place..................................................................... 808-937-2079 volcanoheritagecottages.com

Original Hawaiian Chocolate Factory...................... 888-447-2626 ohcf.us

Ac t i v i t i e s X AT T R AC T I O N S Atlantis Submarines Kona..........................................800-548-6262 atlantisadventures.com/kona Keahole Center for Sustainability............................808-329-8073 kcshi.org University of Hawaii Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii......................... 808-969-9703 imiloahawaii.org

X C U LT U R E & T H E A R T S , H I S T O RY Anna Ranch Heritage Center.....................................808-885-4426 annaranch.org Donkey Mill Art Center................................................ 808-322-3362 DonkeyMillArtCenter.org Hawaii Pacific Parks Association hawaiipacificparks.org Hulihe‘e Palace.............................................................. 808-595-6291 daughtersofhawaii.org

X B O O K I N G & CO N C I E RG E S E R V I C E S

Kahilu Theatre Foundation........................................808-885-6868 kahilutheatre.org

Go City.............................................................................. 800-887-9103 gocity.com/oahu/en-us

Lyman Museum and Mission House........................ 808-935-5021 lymanmuseum.org

Royal Sea Cliff Kona......................................................800-688-7444 OutriggerRoyalSeaCliff.com

Hawai‘i Tours & Activities...........................................844-471-0785 HawaiiTours.com

Volcano Art Center....................................................... 808-967-8222 volcanoartcenter.org

SCP Hilo Hotel.................................................................808-935-0821 scphotel.com/hilo

Hawaii Activities Discount..........................................866-482-9775 hawaiidiscount.com

Shell Vacations Club Holua Resort at the Mauna Loa Village...................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/kailua-kona-big-island-hawaii/holua​ -resort-at-mauna-loa-village Shell Vacations Club Kona Coast Resort.........................................................800-989-6901 extraholidays.com/kailua-kona-hawaii/kona-coast-resort The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort............................ 877-619-0407 westinhapunabeach.com Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa................... 800-922-5533 waikoloabeachmarriott.com

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X D I R EC T O R I E S & G U I D E S

X CO FFE E FA R M S & T O U R S

Experience Volcano Hawaii........................................ 808-967-8222 experiencevolcano.com

Aikane Plantation Coffee Co...................................... 808-927-2252 aikaneplantation.com

Kailua Village Business Improvement District HistoricKailuaVillage.com

Greenwell Farms Inc..................................................... 888-592-5662 greenwellfarms.com Ka‘u Coffee Mill..............................................................808-928-0550 kaucoffeemill.com The Kona Coffee and Tea Company.......................... 888-873-2035 konacoffeeandtea.com Ueshima Coffee (UCC Hawaii) Corp..........................888-822-5662 ucc-hawaii.com

X DISTILLERIES, BREWERIES, WINERIES, CIDERIES & MEADERIES Volcano Winery...............................................................877-967-7772 volcanowinery.com

X FE S T I VA L S & E V E N T S Ironman Triathlon.........................................................808-329-0063 ironmanworldchampionship.com


X L A N D A DV E N T U R E S

X VO LU N T O U R I S M

Big Island UFO Tours..................................................... 808-345-7075 BigIslandUFOTours.com

Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.......... 808-985-7373 fhvnp.org

Botanical World Adventures...................................... 888-947-4783 botanicalworld.com

Volcano Art Center....................................................... 808-967-8222 volcanoartcenter.org

Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.......... 808-985-7373 fhvnp.org Hawai‘i Wildlife Center................................................808-884-5000 hawaiiwildlifecenter.org Hawaii Forest & Trail.................................................... 800-464-1993 hawaii-forest.com Hawaii Zipline Tours.....................................................808-963-6353 ZiplineToursHawaii.com Hawaiian Legacy Tours.................................................877-707-TREE HawaiianLegacyTours.com KapohoKine Adventures............................................. 808-964-1000 KapohoKine.com Kohala UTV Adventure................................................808-933-4294 kohalautv.com Kohala Zipline................................................................ 800-464-1993 kohalazipline.com Seaside Tennis Club at Mauna Kea Resort..............808-882-5420 MaunaKeaBeachHotel.com Umauma Falls Zipline & Rappel Experience...........808-930-9477 umaumaexperience.com

X LŪ ‘AU & D I N N E R S H O W S Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Luau.................................... 808-882-5810 maunakeabeachhotel.com Paniolo BBQ Dinner...................................................... 808-430-6113 paniolobbqdinner.com Sunset Luau....................................................................808-886-6789 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/koamc​ -waikoloa-beach-marriott-resort-and-spa Voyagers of the Pacific at the Royal Kona Resort.............................................800-222-5642 konaluau.com

X M U S I C & N I G H T L I FE Luana Lounge.................................................................800-845-9905 fairmont.com/orchid-hawaii/dining/luana-lounge

X WAT E R A DV E N T U R E S

D i n i ng & D r i n k s X AMERICAN Hau Tree........................................................................... 808-882-8510 maunakeabeachhotel.com/dining/big-island-hi-beachside​ -restaurants

Anelakai Adventures.................................................... 808-987-0377 anelakaiadventures.com

Ikena Landing..................................................................808-880-1111 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/details​ /koawi-the-westin-hapuna-beach-resort/6050949

Body Glove Cruises........................................................800-551-8911 bodyglovehawaii.com

Kona Brewing Company...............................................808-334-1133 konabrewingco.com

Captain Zodiac............................................................... 808-329-3199 captainzodiac.com

Lagoon Grill......................................................................800-HILTONS hiltonwaikoloavillage.com/lagoongrill

Dolphin Quest Hawaii.................................................. 808-987-3434 dolphinquest.com

Naupaka Beach Grill......................................................808-880-1111 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/details​ /koawi-the-westin-hapuna-beach-resort/6050950

Fair Wind.......................................................................... 808-322-2788 fair-wind.com

• Snorkel Cruises to Historic Kealakekua Bay • Plant Based and Eco Focused Family Owned & Operated Since 1971 808-322-2788 | fair-wind.com Hawaii Lifeguard Surf Instructors............................808-324-0442 surflessonshawaii.com Hawaii Nautical............................................................. 808-234-7245 hawaiinautical.com Hawaiian Adventures Kona........................................808-339-3604 hawaiianadventureskona.com Humdinger Sportfishing.............................................808-800-2303 HumdingerSportfishing.com

Number 3 Restaurant.................................................. 808-882-5810 maunakeabeachhotel.com/dining/ big-island-hi-golf-restaurants Orchid Marketplace.......................................................800-HILTONS hiltonwaikoloavillage.com/orchidmarketplace The Orchid Court...........................................................800-845-9905 fairmont.com/orchid-hawaii/dining/orchidcourt

X B A R S & LO U N G E S Billfish Poolside Bar & Grille........................................ 800-367-2111 marriott.com/en-us/hotels/koacy-courtyard-king​ -kamehamehas-kona-beach-hotel/dining Copper Bar....................................................................... 800-735-1111 maunakeabeachhotel.com/dining/big-island-hi-bars Don’s Mai Tai Bar........................................................... 805-214-5009 royalkona.com/dining Hale Kai............................................................................800-845-9905 fairmont.com/orchid-hawaii/dining/hale-kai-restaurant

Jack’s Diving Locker......................................................800-345-4807 Jacksdivinglocker.com

Hawaii Calls Restaurant & Lounge........................... 808-922-5533 marriott.com/en-us/hotels/koamc-waikoloa-beach-marriott​ -resort-and-spa/dining/hawaii-calls-restaurant-lounge

King Kayak Hawaii........................................................ 808-756-1854 kingkayakhawaii.com

Kahakai Bar....................................................................800-845-9905 fairmont.com/orchid-hawaii/dining/kahakaibar

Kohala Divers................................................................. 808-882-7774 kohaladivers.com

Mai Grille.........................................................................808-886-7800 waikoloabeachgolf.com/mai-grille

X PL A N TAT I O N S , FA R M S & G A R D E N S

Kona Boys........................................................................ 808-328-1234 konaboys.com

Green Point Nurseries, Inc......................................... 800-717-4456 greenpointnursery.com

Kona Glassbottom Boat................................................808-324-1749 konaglassbottomboat.com

Hawai‘i Islands Farm Trails......................................... 808-699-8192 hawaiifarmtrails.com

Kona Honu Divers....................................................... 888-333-HONU konahonudivers.com

Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden............................808-964-5233 htbg.com

Kona Ocean Adventures.............................................. 800-520-2175 KonaOceanAdventures.com

Beach Tree Restaurant................................................888-340-5662 fourseasons.com/hualalai/dining/restaurants/beach_tree

X S K Y A DV E N T U R E S

Kona Snorkel Trips........................................................ 808-326-4774 konasnorkeltrips.com

Brown’s Beach House Restaurant............................800-845-9905 fairmont.com/orchid-hawaii/dining/browns-beach-house

Kona Sunrise Charters DBA Hula Kai....................... 808-322-2788 fair-wind.com

Honu’s on the Beach Restaurant............................... 800-367-2111 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/koacy​ -courtyard-king-kamehamehas-kona-beach-hotel

Blue Hawaiian Helicopters......................................... 800-745-2583 bluehawaiian.com Paradise Helicopters.................................................... 866-876-7422 paradisecopters.com Sunshine Helicopters...................................................800-469-3000 sunshinehelicopters.com

X TOURS & SIGHTSEEING Hawaii Ghost Walks...................................................... 833-446-7813 hawaiighostwalks.com Hawaii Outdoor Guides...............................................888-886-7060 hawaiioutdoorguides.com

Sea Paradise Sailing & Snorkeling Tours................. 808-322-2500 seaparadise.com Sea Quest Hawaii.......................................................... 808-329-7238 seaquesthawaii.com Sportfish Hawaii.............................................................877-388-1376 sportfishhawaii.com Sunlight on Water.........................................................808-896-2480 sunlightonwater.com

X CO FFE E & T E A Piko Coffee + Bar............................................................808-880-1111 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/details​ /koawi-the-westin-hapuna-beach-resort/6472291

X H AWA I ‘ I R EG I O N A L

Huggo’s.............................................................................808-329-1493 huggos.com Kamuela Provision Company......................................800-HILTONS hiltonwaikoloavillage.com/kpc Manta............................................................................... 808-882-5810 maunakeabeachhotel.com/dining/big-island-hi-breakfast​ -buffet

X W E L L N E S S & R E J U V E N AT I O N

Merriman’s Waimea.....................................................808-885-6822 merrimanshawaii.com

Ho‘ola Spa at Outrigger Kona Resort & Spa........... 808-930-4848 outriggerkona.com/amenities......................................... MAE #865

Papa Kona Restaurant & Bar..................................... 808-300-0044 papakona.com

Shaka Guide.................................................................... 888-250-2261 shakaguide.com

Hualalai Grille................................................................888-340-5662 fourseasons.com/hualalai/dining/restaurants/hualalai_grille MAE #2139

The CanoeHouse............................................................ 800-367-2323 aubergeresorts.com/maunalani/dine/canoe-house

Taikobo Hawaii...............................................................808-329-0599 taikobo.com

Hualalai Spa....................................................................808-325-8000 fourseasons.com/hualalai/spa

Volcano Tours.................................................................808-495-8875 volcanotours.com

Kohala Sports Club & Spa.............................................800-HILTONS kohalaspa.com....................................................................MAE #1015

Wasabi Tours Hawaii....................................................808-238-5222 wasabitourshawaii.com

Spa Without Walls.........................................................800-845-9905 fairmont.com/orchid-hawaii/spa...................................MAE #2188

Kailani Tours...................................................................808-938-4057 kailanitourshawaii.com Roberts Hawaii..............................................................808-539-9400 RobertsHawaii.com

Ulu Ocean Grill...............................................................888-340-5662 fourseasons.com/hualalai/dining/restaurants/ulu_ocean_grill

X PAC I FI C R I M Don The Beachcomber..................................................808-329-3111 royalkona.com/dining

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X SE AFOOD

X V I S I T O R R E S O U RC E S

Meridia..............................................................................808-880-1111 marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/details​ /koawi-the-westin-hapuna-beach-resort/6050948

Hawaii.com.....................................................................808-529-4700 hawaii.com

X STE AK & SE AFOOD

Kohala Coast Resort Association...............................808-747-5762 kohalacoastresorts.com

WSW The Steakhouse...................................................808-969-6470 wswsteakhouse.com

Hualalai Spa....................................................................808-325-8000 fourseasons.com/hualalai/spa

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Savvy360.........................................................................808-283-8888 app.savvy360.com

X G O L F CO U R S E S Hualalai Golf Club......................................................... 808-325-8467 fourseasons.com/hualalai Kona Country Club....................................................... 808-322-2595 konacountryclub.com Makani Golf Club...........................................................808-325-5044 makanigolfclub.com Mauna Kea Golf Course...............................................808-882-5400 maunakeabeachhotel.com/Golf Mauna Lani Resort North Course............................ 808-885-6655 aubergeresorts.com/maunalani/north-course

S hoppi ng X D E PA R T M E N T S T O R E S , S H O PPI N G CENTERS & OUTLETS Kings’ Shops.................................................................... 808-886-8811 kingsshops.com Parker Ranch Center.................................................... 808-885-7178 parkerranchcenter.com Queens’ MarketPlace...................................................808-886-8822 queensmarketplace.com

X H AWA I I A N A PRO DU C T S

Mauna Lani Resort South Course............................ 808-885-6655 aubergeresorts.com/maunalani/south-course

ABC Stores....................................................................... 888-703-4222 abcstores.com

Waikoloa Beach Course...............................................808-886-7888 WaikoloaBeachGolf.com

Atebara Chips.................................................................808-969-9600 hawaiichips.com

Waikoloa Kings’ Course...............................................808-886-7888 waikoloagolf.com

Big Island Candies......................................................... 800-935-5510 bigislandcandies.com

Waikoloa Village Golf Course.....................................808-883-9621 waikoloavillagegolf.com

Hamakua Macadamia Nut Co................................... 888-643-6688 hawnnut.com

S e rv ic e s

Hilo Hattie - The Store of Hawaii............................... 800-233-8912 hilohattie.com

X C H I L D R E N & FA M I L I E S Mauna Kea Resort Children’s Program................... 808-882-5707 maunakeabeachhotel.com/recreation/big-island-hi-kids​ -activities

X FI N A N C I A L S E R V I C E S Bank of Hawaii boh.com

X M E E T I N G S /CO N V E N T I O N S E R V I C E S Amstar Hawaii, DBA Worldstar.................................888-946-3930 worldstardmc.com Chrysalis Events Hawaii.............................................. 877-989-4728 chrysaliseventshawaii.com Insider Experience........................................................808-870-4470 insiderexperiencedmc.com ‘Iole Stewardship Center.............................................808-930-6653 kohalainstitute.org Island Style Innovations..............................................808-294-6020 island-styleinnovations.com PRA Hawaii..................................................................... 808-445-1208 PRA.com Weil & Associates......................................................... 800-367-2333 weildmc.com

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Southwest Airlines........................................................800-435-9792 southwest.com United Airlines............................................................... 800-241-6522 united.com

X BUSES & SHUT TLES Polynesian Adventure Tours...................................... 800-622-3011 polyad.com

X C A R S , M O T O RC YC L E S & M O PE D S Aloha Motorsports........................................................ 808-667-7000 alohamotorsports.com Discount Hawaii Car Rental.........................................800-292-1930 discounthawaiicarrental.com Hawaii Car Rentals HawaiiCarRentals.net

X T R A N S P O R TAT I O N F O R S PEC I A L N E E D S T R AV E L E R S Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals of Hawaii........... 877-735-6365 wheelersofhawaii.com

Tr av e l P rof e s siona l s X O N L I N E T R AV E L S E R V I C E S Love Big Island................................................................ 707-927-1839 lovebigisland.com

X T R AV E L AG E N T S Travel to Paradise...........................................................808-263-1192 traveltoparadise.com

X VAC AT I O N PAC K AG E S & T O U R S

Kona Natural Soap Company......................................808-322-9111 konanaturalsoap.com

Island Partners Hawai‘i...............................................808-878-2580 IslandPartnersHawaii.com

Original Donkey Ball Factory and Store.................. 808-322-3362 donkeyballstore.com

MC&A................................................................................ 877-589-5500 mcadmc.com

Shaka Tea........................................................................ 808-375-9381 ShakaTea.com

Pleasant Holidays......................................................... 800-448-3333 PleasantHolidays.com

X R E TA I L S T O R E S

Trade-Winds Management Group, LTD................... 808-883-1600 tmghawaiiltd.com

KTA Super Stores............................................................808-959-9111 ktasuperstores.com

W e ddi ng s & H on e y mo ons

X S H O P LO C A L

X C AT E R E R S , FAC I L I T I E S & V E N U E S

Big Island Abalone........................................................808-334-0034 bigislandabalone.com

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel - Weddings.......................... 800-735-1111 maunakeabeachhotel.com/weddings

Big Island Coffee Roasters..........................................808-968-6228 bigislandcoffeeroasters.com

X S PEC I A LT Y S H O P S & B O U T I Q U E S Punalu‘u Bake Shop...................................................... 808-929-7343 bakeshophawaii.com

Tr a nsp ortat ion X AIRLINES Alaska Airlines............................................................... 800-252-7522 alaskaair.com Hawaiian Airlines.......................................................... 800-367-5320 hawaiianairlines.com

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Mokulele Airlines.......................................................... 866-260-7070 mokuleleairlines.com

X O FFI C I A N T S A Kona Wedding with Reverend Patrick Thompson revpatrick.com

X W E D D I N G S E R V I C E S PROV I D E R S Aloha Fun Weddings..................................................... 808-365-2746 AlohaFunWeddings.com Kona Wedding Officiant.............................................. 808-209-6275 konaweddingofficiant.com The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort - Weddings.......808-882-5466 marriott​.com​/hotels​/event​- planning​/ wedding​- planning​/koawi​ -the​- westin​- hapuna​- beach​- resort



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