With its pristine beaches, picturesque seascapes, tropical foliage, jaw-dropping sceneries, and rugged landscape, Oahu Island in Hawaii is definitely an adventure seeker’s dream. The third largest Hawaiian island, it is also home to some of the best hiking spots in the world.
If you’re planning to visit this tropical paradise and go for the trek of a lifetime, the good news is there are so many trails you can do, with different levels of difficulty and varied views. Below are some of the Top Hiking Spots On Oahu that you shouldn’t miss, according to the level of difficulty:
Distance: 2-3 miles
Time Needed: 1 ½ hours
As one of the easiest hikes in the island, the Lanikai Pillboxes hike (or the Ka’iwa Ridge Trail) is rare because it gives you stunning views without making you work so hard for it. This is a short, kid-friendly hike that gives you some of the best views overlooking Lanikai Beach and the Mokes. You begin the hike in the residential neighborhood in Kailua, and while you can be done in an hour or so, you might stay longer for the views. Continue reading
Are you a sushi lover? A lot of people in different parts of the world love sushi. Apart from its taste, did you know that it has numerous health benefits too? It is good for the heart, digestion, and colon health. It also boosts the immune system, and improve the body’s ability to create new cells and function properly.
Sushi comes in different types. In Hawaii, you can enjoy various sushi bars that offer different types of mouth watering sushi. In this article, we will discuss three of the top Hawaii sushi bars that you can try.
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Sushi Ginza Onodera
The main goal of Ginza Onodera’s executive chef is to serve authentic and delicious sushi and Japanese cultural food to people worldwide.
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Traveling to Hawaii and looking for exciting things to do? Well, for most people, spending a week or two in the Aloha State conjures up images of white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and unlimited piña coladas. But the truth is, these aren’t the only things that Hawaii has to offer. Here are some unique and interesting Hawaii travel ideas you can consider:
1. Race through the Pineapple Garden Maze in Wahiawa. This giant maze spans 2.5 miles of paths that weave through 2 acres filled with 14,000 native plants. There’s a pineapple shaped garden in the middle of the maze and it normally takes an hour for visitors to get to the finish. The current record holder completed the maze race in just 7 minutes.
2. Climb the Haiku stairs in Kaneohe. Dubbed the Stairway to Heaven, the climb will take you to the highest point in Oahu, with a total of 3,922 steps. Please take note however that the trail has been officially closed since 1987 although there are still hikers who simply ignore the No Trespassing signs and make the climb. Continue reading
These days, there are numerous restaurants to satisfy vacationers on the island. Owners make some adjustments with the ingredients so as to please those who might be craving for a particular taste. But in the midst of these restaurants are a few ones that aim to satisfy locals. Among them is Moku Kitchen located in Salt complex in Kaka’ako. Owned by Chef Peter Merriman, this restaurant uses local ingredients that appeal to locals here. It closely resembles his Monkeypod Kitchen out in the Kapolei area of Oahu.
Below is our Moku Kitchen Restaurant review that could answer the possible questions you may have.
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Going to malls is one of our favorite and most convenient bonding activities whether you’re with friends or family.
If you’re in Hawai’i, you may want to visit the Ka Makana Ali’i mall. It is a popular choice among many as it offers visitors a family-friendly and mixed-use place in the center of a fast-growing community.
Want to know more about this popular mall in Hawai’i? Go on and read this Ka Makana Ali’i review that can feed your mind with much information about this mall.
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