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Legionnaires Disease Outbreak Confirmed At Hawaii Resort

Hawaii’s DOH (Department Of Health) confirmed the 5th case of Legionnaires disease in a tourist staying at the Grand Islander by Hilton Grand Vacations in Waikiki.  It is the 5th reported case in the same hotel, Grand Islander. The DOH and the hotel management are investigating to check for any possible disease focus in the …

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Canoe Paddler Dies At Hawaii’s Most Popular Beach

Recently, a canoe paddler drowned in the waters of Waikiki Beach in Honolulu. Tourists and wanderers noticed that he was solo and unconscious just by the coast of the most famous beach in the whole state. As soon as people noticed, lifeguards were contacted to rescue the apparent unconscious swimmer. Waikiki has lots of lifeguards, …

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Two Of Top 10 Beaches In U.S. Are In Hawaii According To Beach Expert

When thinking about Hawaii, it’s impossible not to associate it with beautiful sandy beaches with shiny blue skies in the background. And it’s not by chance because two Hawaiian beaches have been voted as the best in the United States by a specialist called “Dr. Beach.” The two Hawaiian beaches named for this year top 10 …

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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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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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Reservations Will Be Needed To Visit One Of Hawaii’s Diamond Head Landmark

One of Hawaii’s most iconic landmarks, the volcanic crater that is supposed to be about 400,000 to 500,000 years old in the main island of Oahu, will soon not be open for anyone at any time as it has always been. On a major policy shift to counter over tourism, the Diamond Head State Monument …

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