What to see and Do on the Big Island of Hawaii

The big island of Hawaii is a spectacular place to explore. You'll enjoy a vast array of activities that include sightseeing, hiking, horseback riding, swimming, water sports, dolphin swim tours, deep sea fishing, whale watching and a lot more. Plan your own island exploration itinerary or simply take the Big Island tour and let them do the driving while you take in the ...


Turn Your Basement Into a Tropical Retreat

Take a look at your basement and ask yourself if it's being used to its best potential. Is it just a storage area for your old furniture and boxes of stuff you never use or maybe you're using it as a place to store seasonal items and things you don't know what to do with? How about creating an area in your basement with a tropical theme complete with a tiki bar where you can entertain family and ...


What to See and Do on Molokai, Hawaii

Molokai is the fifth largest of the main Hawaiian Islands and is approximately 38 miles long by 10 miles wide with a useable land area of 260 square miles. If you're looking for the perfect vacation destination to unwind and escape the hustle and bustle of the big city this is where you want to be. Molokai offers spectacular terrain, uncrowded pristine beaches, visitor friendly locals and ...


What to See and Do on Kauai, Hawaii

Kauai is called the Garden Isle and is well worth visiting for its natural beauty. This is one island that loves to be photographed and it will leave you awestruck from sun up to sun down. Two top of the list attractions on Kauai are the Waimea Canyon and the Fern Grotto. Mark Twain described the Waimea Canyon as 'the Grand Canyon of the Pacific." The sheer unexpected size and beauty of Waimea Canyon will ...


Upscale Your Home Decor Options With Hawaii Museum Replicas, Primitive Tribal Tikis and Storyboards!

Artwork depicting ancient Polynesia such as traditional Hawaii museum replicas, primitive tribal tikis and unique storyboards can be the highlight of your home decor. This caliber of handcrafted oceanic art makes your tropical home decor more interesting and desirable. Unlike rare antiquities they are less expense to acquire but just like fine pieces of furniture you should take your time and always buy higher quality pieces that will ...


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