There’s no question that Hawaii is a mecca for water sports enthusiasts, and just an overall amazing place to visit. But the recent surge in popularity for paddle boarding means that more people will be seeking out the best spots to launch.
Ask anyone where their top five dream vacation locations are and inevitably you’ll find that Hawaii will be near the top of the list. The tropical islands are quite easy to travel to for American citizens (no passport needed!), and experiencing the culture can be transformative.
If you are considering moving to Hawaii from the mainland, do your homework. Here is a brief guide to get you started.
If you want paradise, then you will have to pay a pretty steep price. Hawaii is now listed as the worst state in America to make a living in.
Hawaii bans plastic bags and in the process becomes the first state to do so. The all to familiar phrase of “paper or plastic” will be no more in the grocery stores of Hawaii.
The annual Miss Hawaii Scholarship Pageant will be held at the Hawaii Convention Center. The winner will represent Hawaii in the Miss American contest in September. Meet the ladies now.
Greenroom Festival, an iconic music and arts event, has been a surf culture staple in Japan for the past 10 years! The heart of the festival celebrates surf through the melding of music, art, activities, and awareness under a unifying motto to “Save the Beach, Save the Ocean.”
As we all know, the Hawaiian Islands are chalked full of amazing and beautiful beaches. More often than not they are put on “top beach” lists and usually a beach in Hawaii is ranked #1. This year is no different, as Waimanalo Bay was just named top beach in America by Dr. Beach.