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Honolulu Airport to Kahuku – What You Need to Know

The appropriately named Kahuku (which means projection in Hawaiian) is the northernmost point on Oahu, found between Turtle Bay Resort and the town of Laie. It’s a pure island country town, recognizable by man-made fishponds and shrimp farms, serving as a bridge between the windward side (via Laie) and the North Shore most visitors come to see. […]

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How to Get from Honolulu Airport to Laie
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How to Get from Honolulu Airport to Laie

One of the most unique communities on the island is also one of the furthest from Honolulu International Airport, making it a bit of a challenge for those heading there from HNL for the first time. However, it needn’t be with the right guidance, and we mean more than GPS directions. Today we are providing […]

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Arriving at HNL Early - How to Kill Time Before Hotel Check In
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Arriving at HNL Early – How to Kill Time Before Hotel Check In

Among the #paradiseproblems visitors have to contend with, early airport arrival tops the list for many malihini. Cheeky hashtag aside, you absolutely want to make the most of your time on Oahu and don’t want to waste hours waiting to check into your accommodations, especially if your flight lands in the early AM with the […]

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Best Way to See Oahu in One Day
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Best Way to See Oahu in One Day

It’s already been established that the preferred way to get from Honolulu International Airport to your Oahu accommodation is to take a direct, flat-rate, no-share shuttle. But what about seeing the island once you’ve checked in and gotten yourself settled? Or, let’s take that question one step further for those of you who have designated […]

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Cheapest Way to Get from Honolulu Airport to Waikiki
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What’s the Cheapest Way to Get from Honolulu Airport to Waikiki?

On the surface, this commonly asked question may appear to have a simple answer, which is the same for any one arriving at an international airport en route to any hotel on the mainland. City transit. For $2.75 per-person you can take TheBus (one word according to the Oahu Transit Services) from HNL to Waikiki. […]

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Should I Stay In Waikiki or the North Shore?

Next to “to be or not to be” this is the question that weighs heavy on the souls of so many up and coming visitors to Oahu. OK, we’re being a little dramatic, but it is definitely one of the most frequently asked questions. When taking people from the airport to Waikiki (most typical destination) […]

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Honolulu Airport to Waimea Bay
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Honolulu Airport to Waimea Bay – What You Need to Know

A couple of weeks ago we dove into everything you need to know about getting from Honolulu International Airport (HNL) to Banzai Pipeline, given that we’re in the thick of the big wave season on the North Shore of Oahu. Today, we’re going to paddle out (not literally) at Waimea Bay with a look at […]

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Transportation from Honolulu Airport to Diamond Head
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Transportation from Honolulu Airport to Diamond Head

The most recognizable geographic feature on Oahu is also one of the most visited. Diamond Head crater and all that surrounds it beckons travelers from around the world. People staying in Waikiki pay a premium for a view, and some lucky souls manage to score a room at the Lotus Honolulu or the New Otani […]

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Honolulu Airport to Pipeline
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Honolulu Airport to Pipeline – What You Need to Know

For some of you, November and December on Oahu take on a whole other meaning beyond traditional holiday festivities. That’s right, winter is big wave season on the North Shore, and with it comes the VANS Triple Crown of Surfing which concludes with the final leg at world famous Banzai Pipeline. There’s also the Volcom […]

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Where to Stay on Oahu for Families at Christmas
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Where to Stay on Oahu for Families at Christmas and the Holiday Season

It’s the festive season (well, depending on when you’re reading this) and many of you will be flying to Oahu for Christmas and the holidays. However, while you’ve booked your flight to Honolulu International Airport, some of you remain undecided on your accommodations. This is an important decision for families at this time of the […]

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