Top 5 Cutest Coffee Shops in Hawaii

If you’re a coffee snob and you live to hunt down cute coffee shops/cafes, I’ve got a list of the most aesthetically pleasing, cutest coffee shops in Hawaii (O’ahu specifically) that will have you browsing for plane tickets yesterday. I know that sounds like a bit of a stretch, but Hawaii is actually very well-knownContinue reading “Top 5 Cutest Coffee Shops in Hawaii”

7 Best Places to Eat in Hilo, Hawaii

If you’re visiting Big Island, you’re in for some great food. There are some seriously delicious places to eat in Hilo. If you’re in the area, you can’t just drive past town… you have to at least stop for some grub at one of these places. The town itself is homey, quirky, and a bitContinue reading “7 Best Places to Eat in Hilo, Hawaii”

Top Things to Do in Hilo, Hawaii

When we visited Big Island Hawaii, we found that there are so many things to do in Hilo – it was our favorite spot on the island by far. The two major towns on Big Island are Kona and Hilo. Kona is on the west side, and Hilo on the east. Weather patterns make KonaContinue reading “Top Things to Do in Hilo, Hawaii”

What to See at Volcanoes National Park

If you’re planning a trip to Big Island, you must visit Volcanoes National Park. Place it on your list, up there at the very tip-top. If you need a list of what to see at Volcanoes National Park, you’re in the right place, because we did it ALL (well, tried to). About Kilauea There areContinue reading “What to See at Volcanoes National Park”

How to be Great Tourists in Hawaii

If you’re planning to head to Hawaii as one of your post-COVID vacation spots, the islands would love to have you! Having tourists in Hawaii will be a huge relief for many. Without it, many local businesses are failing. Your tourism helps to support Hawaii… …but not the tourism that was seen prior to lockdown.Continue reading “How to be Great Tourists in Hawaii”

Has Hawaii Tourism Put Hanauma Bay at Risk?

When most people think of Hawaii, they think of beautiful sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and dense marine life. Hanauma Bay encompasses this vision… one would think. In reality, Hanauma Bay attracts over 3,000 visitors a day. Because of Hawaii tourism, you’re more likely to be overwhelmed by the smell of sunscreen and B.O. asContinue reading “Has Hawaii Tourism Put Hanauma Bay at Risk?”