Hawaii is the only state in the US to grow its own coffee, and Kona coffee just so happens to be some of the best coffee in the world. Kona coffee is grown on the slopes of the Hualalai and Mauna Loa volcanoes in both the north and south Kona district. Visit a coffee farm for yourself and the sample the best coffee Hawaii has to offer.
While it does seem like its summer year-round in Hawaii, there are some slight differences between summer and winter on the Islands to look out for. The weather is slightly different and there are seasonal events to discover. Have fun this summer and check out some of our favorite activities to do in Hawaii between May through October.
Hawaii is known for a few things: surfing, sunsets, hula dancing, and, of course, pineapples. While tourism has become the major trade of Hawaii, pineapples still play a major role on the Island. If you’re looking for the best places to get pineapples, let IMI Tours be your guide.
Hawaii has a rich military history, which makes Oahu the perfect place to honor our heroes for Memorial Day. Memorial Day, of course, commemorates the U.S. men and women who gave their lives in military service, but it’s also time to spend with friends and family. Celebrate Memorial Day in Oahu with parades, concerts, and more.
The Pan-Pacific Festival is like Hawaii’s biggest block party. The Pan-Pacific Festival is a cultural celebration featuring arts, crafts, food, and stage performances in venues throughout Waikiki. Start your trip with a festival shuttle service.
The Shinnyo Lantern Floating Hawaii launches 6000 floating lanterns into the Pacific in remembrance of our loved ones. If you’re headed to Lantern Floating Hawaii, reserve festival transportation today.
The 50th State Fair returns to Aloha Stadium for four weekends: May 26th through June 25th. The state fair is one of the largest annual events in Hawaii, and affordable entertainment for the whole family!
On Oahu’s Leeward Coast, Pacific Links International and the Makaha Valley Resort announced that one of the golf’s greatest champions, Tiger Woods, will revamp one of two golf courses planned for Makaha Valley.
The culinary scene has evolved on Oahu throughout the years and has really come into its own. Top chefs from around the world combine fresh, local ingredients with classic Hawaiian flavors and innovative cooking technique. Here are just a few of the recommended must-try eating experiences for tourists as well as some out-of-the-way local favorites.
The islands are abundant with farms where you can meet goats or see how chocolate is grown. For an easy visit, check out a private shuttle service for transportation to and from the farms of your choosing. They’ll be able to get you the farm and back to tour hotel without any headaches.
Oahu delivers fun and adventure, but the island has so much more to offer than Honolulu and Waikiki. However, Oahu is full of hidden wonders and tourist spots just off-the-beaten-path. When you’ve had your fill of Diamond Head Crater and the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, check out some of our favorite destinations outside of Honolulu or plan an adventure on your own!
The historic and famous Road to Hana is a must-see experience for anyone visiting Maui. From waterfalls, caves, beaches, hiking trails, and authentic Hawaiian culture, Hana has something for everyone. Whether you’re driving to Hana yourself or taking a professional Road to Hana tour, let IMI be your guide.
Merrie Monarch Festival shuttles allow visitors to enjoy all the happenings without needing to worry about how to get to the venue or how they will return. Book your festival shuttle through SpeediShuttle Hawaii - IMI Tours go-to partner for island transportation.
No Hawaii vacation is complete without a luau and Oahu is full of excellent luau venues. Get a taste of real Hawaiian hospitality at a Luau in Oahu. If you’re headed to a luau, reserve an Oahu shuttle service.
As Hawaii’s premier cultural event, the Honolulu Festival has a lot to offer and promote, including ethnic harmony, economic cooperation, and basic mutual understanding. The Festival attracts thousands of new and returning tourists each year, and all of them are looking forward to experiencing the archipelago’s unique sights and sounds.
The National Park Service (NPS) has updated the completion time for repairs on the USS Arizona Memorial. Visitor access has been suspended since last year due to safety concerns caused by movement on the loading dock and ramp. The repairs were originally due to be completed by October of 2018, but has been pushed back to March 2019.
February 5, 2019 will be the start of the Year of the Pig, and there's no better place to celebrate than in Hawaii. If you happen to need a ride to attend any of these celebrations of Chinese New Year in Hawaii, then find out more about private shuttle services that are available.
The Hawaii national parks have seen some shake-ups in services since the government shutdown. The shutdown has closed most volcanoes and wildlife refuges as well as the summit area of Kilauea, Crater Rim Drive, Chain of Craters Road, Escape Road, all campgrounds, all backcountry areas, and Kahuku.
2019 is almost here and so is the annual Cherry Blossom Festival! the Cherry Blossom Festival is the longest running ethnic festival in the State of Hawai‘i and group festival shuttles and luxury sedans are available with IMI and our partners.
Our quality starts with the intent to be a completely non-invasive tour company dedicated to revealing the real truths and history of the land and people of our home, Hawai’i. We use smaller vehicles for all of our Hawaii tours to provide a more intimate, relaxing, and safer travel experience. Our passionate, local employees welcome you to our beautiful state of Hawaii and take you back in time to experience the Kingdom Hawai’i once was. Safety and dependability is developed through continuous training and are the cornerstones of our tour service.