Posted on September - 21 - 2012
Many airline companies and travel agencies now offer affordable holiday packages, allowing practically anyone to experience Hawaii and other superb holiday destinations. Coupled with sites providing reasonably priced villas and holiday homes for rent like www.VacationRentalPeople.com, having your ultimate holiday break without spending a fortune is now made possible! Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on January - 10 - 2011
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Akaka Falls, the main waterfall measures up to 422 ft. in height. The park is around 18km towards north from the Hilo. The park envelops a total area of 65.4 acres. The reachable area is on the right hand side of the gorge where the water falls in
to. It is popularly known as Akaka Falls Hawaii paradise, rightly for nature’s mystic scenic beauty amidst the damp lush tropical vegetation and gush of water.
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In Hawaiian local language the word ‘Akaka’ means split or to crack. There is a folk lore amongst the locals about the falls that the huge stone amidst stream, called the Pohaku o Kaloa which is almost 70 ft to the upstream, would be struck by branch of an ‘ohi’a tree, it would summon the sky to get dark and rain.
A perfectly groomed nature hiking state park, Akaka, has parking lots, drinking water availability, and even clean and hygienic washrooms.
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Posted on February - 11 - 2009
Hawaii, conservation of energy
Hawaii has recently transformed its ways in which it considers conserving energy. Solar and wind power seems to be one of the main aspects that the Hoku Scientific Project in Hawaii seems to be concentrating on. They also focus on transportation that delivers the least amount of energy wastage while utilizing solar power.
Hoku Scientific Inc. has devoted their program to device and design completely environment friendly photovoltaic power systems that will definitely create a revolution in the state of energy conservation and can preserve the future of the planet. The Hawaii State Dep. of Transportation also agreed that it will consider the designs advocated by this proposition of solar energy transportation. Solar energized equipments that will generate an aggregate of 779 kilowatts of photovoltaic power are expected to be utilized by the DOT.
The Hoku Solar Project and its affiliate will install and include these devices in some of the key places of the state and raise overall consciousness and soon enough they will spread this out in a network in the form of affiliate memberships under them.
For more information on the Hoku Project please contact:
1075 Opakapaka St
Kapolei, HI 96707, United States
Posted on November - 17 - 2008
Staying a raw vegan
It is fairly easy to stay and be on the most satisfactory detox diet ever, the Raw Vegan Diet, when you are in Hawaii! For one thing is Hawaii is blessed with the most exquisite local fresh produce and secondly it is a place full of the most exquisite health spas and cure centers that revolve round holistic and natural healing. A fairly large number of raw restaurants have come up in Hawaii in recent years, thanks to the world wide interest in raw healing and nutrition these days. There are a large number of natural and health food retreats and restaurants in Hawaii along with a whole lot of Health Food Stores that are cropping up with authentic interests.
The raw and live food nutrition, for itself, is a big thing in Hawaii and if you are on a journey of health then Hawaii is really the place to go as it is so conducive and enthusiastic in all manners healthy and beautiful. Even a short retreat into one of these spas is sure to rejuvenate you and take your health to a new found level of radiance.
Many of the top raw food restaurant and living nutrition food store chains have been opened in Hawaii. David Wolfe, the man of the Sun Food Nutrition System also has a Hawaiian retreat and Wolfe claims that this is the cheapest place for raw and living food nutrition in Hawaii and yet they are the pioneers in this field!
If you are looking to get more information on becoming raw click here.
Posted on November - 13 - 2008
Waimea Canyon, Hawaii
Hawaii is a unique state because it is entirely made up of large and small islands. The most fascinating part is that each island is completely different from the other in terms of scenic beauty. Each island, infact, has a speciality of its own. The Kaua’i Island is one of the Hawaii islands and is the oldest among all the other islands. Hence from a geographical aspect this island has the densest of forests, the steepest and the most stunning of cliffs and definitely the deepest canyons.
Hence the Waimea Canyon is one of the most beautiful canyons in this island which has been carved by the gift of nature over centuries. This canyon has different types of colours ranging from lush green to various shades of brown. This is solely due to the fact that this canyon has been formed by volcanic and lava flows over centuries over which the greens of the dense forest have taken over. Hence one can only imagine the dramatic scenic beauty this canyon would create. But to see the canyon in reality would be a completely different kind of experience.There are a lot of provisions made for various activities like trekking and hiking along with camping as well. This is also an ideal place for photography. Hence this place is highly recommended for people who love to be in tune with nature.
For futher information:
PO Box 2185
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
Toll Free 1.866.268.7459
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Posted on November - 13 - 2008
Honolulu is the largest and the most populated city of the state of Hawaii. It is the state capital too. Lying in the southeastern coast of the island of Oahu, Honolulu is one of the major tourist attractions in the United States of America.
The Ala Moana Center is the largest shopping mall in the whole of Hawaii and is the 14th largest of all shopping centers in the whole of America. Consisting of all the leading brands, it also has a popular public amphitheater.
The Honolulu Harbor incorporates the Aloha Tower, a lighthouse that is a premier landmark of the state of Hawaii. The Bernice Pauhahi Bishop Museum, later known as the Hawaii State Museum of natural and Cultural History, located in the Kalihi district of Honolulu is the home to the largest collection of Polynesian cultural and scientific artifacts and also is the largest Museum in the state of Hawaii.
Diamond Head, a volcanic tuff cone on Oahu, is a major attraction among tourists. Although it is closed to the public, the surrounding scenario is a joy to watch. The Waikiki Aquarium is one of the major marine science institutions in Honolulu. One should come to Honolulu to find out the joy of tourism.
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Posted on August - 19 - 2008
Hawaii University, Hilo
The University of Hawaii also popularly known as UH is a co-educational college & university that rewards associate, bachelors, masters, doctoral & post doctoral degrees to its students. The university has three campuses & seven community college campuses, an employment-training center, three university centers & various other research facilities spread out across the six islands of the Hawaii. It is pertinent to note that all the schools & colleges under the University of Hawaii are accredited by the Western Association of Schools & Colleges.
This university was founded in 1862 under the Morrill Act as a land grant college. The University of Hawaii at Hilo at the Big Island of Hawaii is the second largest institution of the University of Hawaii. Hawaiian Pacific Studies, Astronomy, Linguistics, Asian Studies, Medical, Law, Second Language Studies, East Asian Languages & Literature & Ethnomusicology are some of the prized programs of this institution. Several schools were opened under this university to improve the accessibility of the various students residing in Hawaii & to further help them in their transition from junior schools to high schools, from high schools to colleges & thereafter to the university. The aim of this university is to impart quality education & training to all its citizens.
Posted on August - 12 - 2008
Molokai Coffee Plantation
Molokai, like the other Hawaiian Islands, attracts thousands of tourists every year. The picturesque landscape of this magical island is so tantalizing that you do not feel like leaving this place once you get there by a ferry from Maui. The captivating beauty of the scenery & the rich history of the flora & fauna found on this island will capture your heart & leave an indelible impression on your minds.
A local tour of this place includes the coffee plantations, nut plantations & macadamia plantations. The lookout from the Kalaupapa Sea Cliff & amazing history of the Hawaiian spiritual life is simply bewitching. Lastly, a local style at the local town Kaunakakai including salmon, chicken & vegetarian meal will surely leave an unforgettable taste on your taste buds.
The Molokai ferry trip from Maui can treat you to some exotic sites. The Kaluakoi Golf course is a 18hole Par 72 one that offers unparalleled views of West Molokai. The view of the ocean, the contours of the island along with the view of the 3-mile Papohaku beach is a treat to your eyes. This apart, the hiking tours & the helicopter tours are also worth mentioning.
Posted on August - 11 - 2008
- Molokai Island
An island of the Hawaiian archipelago, Molokai is the fifth largest island of the Hawaiian chain of islands. Lying to the east of Oahu & to the north of Lanai. While the lights of Oahu are visible from the western end of this island, the neighboring islands Lanai & Maui are clearly visible from anywhere along the southern shore.
History says that Molokai was originally the refuge of those suffering from the Hansen’s disease, that is, Leprosy. However, the present inhabitants of this island are only successors of those who suffered from that ailment. A survey conducted by the Natural Geographic Traveler Magazine ranks Molokai 10th among the 111 sustainable island destinations of the world.
Geographical studies suggest that Molokai was formed from two distinct volcanoes: East & West Molokai. A catastrophe struck the island about 1.5million years ago & what is now left is only a debris field lying towards the north of the Pacific Ocean. It is quite interesting to note that a view of the sea cliffs of this island was shown in the famous movie Jurassic Park. These sea cliffs are the highest in the world. Located in the Maui County, Molokai is also a part of the State of Hawaii. For more visitors information on Molokai you can go to the Molokai Visitor’s Association Website.
Posted on August - 06 - 2008
Hawaii, a dream destination for millions and millions of people all over the world. This is the reason for thw phenomenal growth rate of Hawaii visitors. Most of the visitors stated that this place is the heaven on earth. But, before planning your trip to Hawaii, you need to make sure about a few things such as number of days in Hawaii, places to visit, hotel to stay and most important thing is, the budget you can afford for the entire trip.
Speaking about your stay, you can book a resort for the budget that suits best to your pocket, ranging from $80 to $390 a night. One of the reputed resorts in Hawaii is, Prince Resorts located a few miles from Honolulu International Airport. You can just make a call for (808) 836-1881 for Ilima Shuttle service to the hotel. You can check the availability of the resort, by dialing (808) 956-1111. Alternatively, you can make it by checking their website.