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  • Carolyne Brandon

    Carolyne Brandon is an expert on river cruises in a wide range of locations, from the Volga in Russia to the Yangze in China. With insider contacts... More
  • Craig Loupassakis

    Insider Clout:Loupassakis arranges tours of World War II sites for clients staying at Le Manoir du Quesnay, in Normandy, owned by the family of a F... More
  • Darlene Mulkewich

    Special Booking: A couple requesting a fun adventure were chauffeured to the top of Haleakala at dawn, and then coasted down on bicycles that had b... More
  • Dee-Lite Bakery

    Located in a non-touristy part of town, the Dee Lite Bakery is best known for their guava chiffon cake made from a secret recipe since the bakery's... More
  • Edward Phillips

    Excited About: The hip new microbreweries popping up across Alaska. Phillips can organize a tour of his favorite spots, including Denali Brewing Co... More
  • Garakuta-Do

    This shop offers a vast treasure trove of Japanese antiques, from lacquered 19th-century chests to small combs. More
  • Hale Paahao (Stuck-in-Irons House)

    From a look at the records available in the old prison, Hale Paahao (“stuck-in-irons house”), built by King Kamehameha III to detain unruly sailors... More
  • Haleakala National Park

    A must for any visitor to Maui is Haleakala, the world’s largest dormant volcano (it last erupted in 1790), more than 10,000 feet above sea level. ... More
  • Hana Hou

    Located in downtown Hilo, Hana Hou offers vintage and modern Hawaiian and Oceania handcrafted art and accessories. Purses, place mats, and papale l... More
  • Hana Hwy Surf

    This venue is closed. More
  • Hanaiakamalama

    Hanaiakamalama was the summer retreat of Queen Emma, the consort of King Kamehamena IV, and their son Prince Albert Edward. It is situated in the N... More
  • Hanakapiai Beach

    With its name meaning “bay sprinkling food,” the remote Hanakapi’ai Beach on the rugged Na Pali coast sits at the end of the Kalalau Trail, a chall... More
  • Hans Hedemann Surf School

    With its protected beach, this is one of the North Shore's safest places to learn the sport. The school also runs classes in Waikiki. More
  • Hasegawa General Store

    Established in 1910, the Hasegawa General Store, a sundry shop, is one of the oldest family-owned businesses in Maui. The small store has survived ... More
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

    Located in a 333,000-acre national park on the southeastern edge of the island, the awe-inspiring and ruggedly beautiful Kilauea is called the driv... More

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