Tips and Articles for Hawaii

Joe Schmelzer

There isn't much champion surfer Kai Lenny hasn't done in the water.In addition to big-wave surfing, the 24-year-old is a... Read More

Travel is a very popular item on people's bucket lists, according to a new study by AARP.AARP found that millennials were most likely to have a bucket... Read More

National Park Service authorities have fined 13 French tourists for going beyond the safety boundary surrounding the active volcano Kilauea in Hawaii... Read More

A video captured the phenomenon of blue lava tumbling out of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii on Wednesday.The effect, sometimes referred to as... Read More

Thanks to airlines that offer free stopovers, you can explore two cities for the price of one.Instead of having customers wait for connecting flights at... Read More

Unlike a table at a chic Manhattan restaurant, a sunrise rarely requires reservations.But with overcrowding and a risk of accidents becoming an... Read More

When you're traveling with family, not any destination will do.While a quiet seaside resort could be the perfect getaway for two, it could prove too... Read More

Hawaii may be the 50th state, but with all that water separating it from the mainland—2,479 miles of it, to be exact—travelers can’t be blamed for... Read More

If visiting the world's largest volcano sounds dangerous, think again: not all volcanoes erupt with abandon and leave towns covered in molten... Read More

The “Winter White House,” where President Obama and family stayed from 2008 to 2011, is available for anybody to book—for $3,500 per night.The luxury... Read More

On New Year's Eve, a popular viewpoint in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park tumbled into the ocean. The section of the 26-acre lava delta was called the... Read More

You don’t need to be a “Lord of the Rings” fan to harbor an obsession with the idea of seeing an erupting volcano and molten lava in real time. That’s... Read More

Veterans and members of the armed services came together in Hawaii Wednesday to honor the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, an... Read More

The National Weather Service issued a severe snowstorm warning through Saturday evening local time in parts of the Big Island of Hawaii. Yes, you read... Read More

If you’re more interested in globetrotting than lounging on a single beach for a week, check out the Airfare Spot’s latest around-the-world itinerary... Read More

OpenTable released its 100 Best Restaurants in America list for 2016 on Thursday, a ranking based on more than 10 million restaurants... Read More

If you want to see the world all in one trip, a new 119-day-long cruise spanning six continents could be just the ticket.Departing from Genoa, Italy, on... Read More

Few places on the planet look so vast and barren as the volcanic summit crater at Haleakalā National Park in Maui. At the 10,023-foot summit,... Read More

Hawaii is a near-perfect honeymoon or anniversary destination, of course, but the Aloha State can actually be fun with the kids, too. Logistically, it’s... Read More

If you think the biggest mountain in the world is pretty obvious (a little hill known as Mount Everest), you may be surprised to learn the subject... Read More

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and that means one thing: Crowded airports. RewardExpert has released its Thanksgiving Holiday Air Travel... Read More

Until today at 11:59 CT, travelers can score tickets on Virgin America flights for as little as $39 one-way.Highlights from the flash sale include a $39... Read More

When you’re president, you spend a considerable amount of time on the road.The past five presidents each made between 175 and 400 domestic trips during... Read More

Want to travel the world on a budget? Flight deal site the Airfare Spot has created a new wallet-friendly itinerary that circles the globe. For less... Read More

One Saturday last spring, seven strangers and I plopped down on leather couches in the great room of Masseria della Zingara, a beautifully restored 18th... Read More

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