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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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Hawaii Tourism Authority Launches Videos With Important Info Visitors Need To Know

The Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority (HTA) and Hawaiʻi Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) are sealing a partnership to produce short videos to warn tourists about how things happen on the islands in the most various topics. These short videos have a weighty intention of informing visitors about ocean safety, culture, ocean conservation, land safety, astute renting, …

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Tourism In Hawaii Is Back To Pre-Pandemic Levels For American Tourists

Tourist arrivals in Hawaii reached a 96.3 percent recovery rate in April 2022 compared to April 2019, meaning that virtually, the numbers are back to pre-pandemic levels. The statistics are looking good for the tourism industry in Hawaii, as restrictions have been lifted, and things are finally getting back to the normal hecticness of daily …

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Honolulu To Build City Trail With Virtual Reality For Tourists

As the ongoing pandemic is waning and the tourism industry which was put on hold for the past two years is starting to make a strong recovery all across the country.  To fully leverage this, the Hawaii tourism authority is planning to spend $14 millions making a trail that would make use of virtual reality …

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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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Many Hawaiian Locals Don’t Want Tourists To Return Due To Mass Over-tourism

When one thinks of living in the picturesque travel destination of the Hawaiian islands, a dream of serenity, sun, and waves hitting the beaches comes to mind. What doesn’t though, is water shortage, extremely high gentrification, skyrocketing living costs and Covid-19 worries. Prospective tourists to Hawaii could be surprised to know that many Hawaiian local …

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Maui Plans To Limit The Number Of Visitors Due To Overtourism in Hawaii

Many locals and policy makers alike from Maui–the second largest Hawaiian island are concerned about the return of over-tourism and have decided to take actionable steps to tackle the problem. The Maui City Council voted as recently as last Friday (22/04) to send a proposed bill to the Maui County Planning Commission. Their solution is to …

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