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Hawaiii Experts Are Predicting Recent Wave Of Covid To Peak This June

According to specialists, Hawaii may reach a peak of covid – 19 infections in June this year, following the current rise in the cases and the ongoing tourism boom.  Infections are rising in Hawaii, meaning that we might be on the blink of another new wave, mainly driven by reinfections. It appears not to be …

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Earthquake Hits Hawaii’s Big Island But No Tsunami Alert Issued

This Saturday, around 11:30 pm, Hawaii’s Big Island just felt a 4.7 scale earthquake very close to the city of Kailua-Kona. The epicenter was just underneath the Hualalai volcano, but according to reports, it shook all islands, although not that intense further away.  The Richter scale is used universally and measures the intensity of an …

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Blue Angels Will Make Free To Watch Flight Performances Over Hawaii This Summer

US Navy Blue Angels is a flight demonstration squadron of the United States Navy who have taken upon themselves to demonstrate the teamwork and the ruthless professionalism with which the Navy and Marine Corps are known to operate. Public in Hawaii will be able to witness this first hand as their aircrafts will zoom across …

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Mass Surge Of Overtourism Expected In Hawaii Over Memorial Day

On the islands where there were about 242,000 visitors any given day in 2019, Hawaii was mostly off limits for travelers over the last two years following a series of COVID induced restrictions. Now that the restrictions are over and COVID is no longer considered a health emergency,  the Aloha state braces itself for a …

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Airfares To Hawaii Rapidly Increasing As Travel Demand Soars

Airplane tickets have risen by 25% in the last year. Now that the travel industry is picking up its pace, fuel prices keep increasing and there are shortage of labor, prices are soaring to a remarkably high cost for customers, making cheap flights even rarer and demanding deeper planning regarding the budget for everyone. As …

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Trespassing In Hawaii Leads To Helicopter Rescue

Last week, a visitor from Florida had to be rescued by helicopter after a fall and injury took place at Queens Bath on North Shore Kauai. The visitor had trespassed forbidden grounds on the beautiful picturesque natural attraction of Kauai. This is starting to raise into question among locals on whether they should keep paying …

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Hundreds Of Tourists Still Showing Up To Famous Hawaii Attraction Without Reservations

Despite numerous advance notices of over one months and pleas to make reservations up to 14 days ahead of their trip to the state monument, close to 40% of people who visited the iconic Diamond Head showed up without one as this landmark made its debut with the reservation system to visitors last Thursday morning. …

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Lax Oversight And Negligence Caused Helicopter Crash That Killed 6 Tourists In Hawaii

A helicopter crash that killed seven people in 2019 has just been labeled as “totally preventable” by authorities. The process took some years of investigation, but after a lengthy analysis, it concluded that those lives could have been spared. The accident happened in December 2019 on the island of Kauai. The tour helicopter crashed into …

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Hawaii Welcoming Back More Large Cruise Sailings

After almost 2 years, in January of 2022, the Hawaii government decided to lift the ban on large cruise ships from coming to the islands. Now, the first of the large ships docks on the archipelago with the only American-made cruise ship, the almost 1,000 foot Pride of America, doing round trips between Hawaii and …

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More Than 300 People Rescued By Lifeguards In Hawaii After Sudden Strong Rip Current

Recently, a high surf advisory has been issued on the islands, along with storms and snow on Mauna Kea. As a result, the sea got hectic, and the waves got more prominent, resulting in a very chaotic scenario for swimming. Nevertheless, some 300 beach goers went to the sea anyway and got swept away by …

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