Summer in Hawaii is a time of celebration, where the islands come alive with cultural events, music festivals, and culinary delights. Whether you're drawn to the soothing melodies of the ukulele, the tantalizing flavors of Hawaiian cuisine, or the vibrant traditions of hula, immerse yourself in the beauty, warmth, and aloha spirit of Hawaii as you create unforgettable memories during your summer adventures in paradise.
What better place to spend the 4th of July than paradise? Lie back on the beach and let those fireworks fly. Independence Day in Hawaii offers things like fireworks, rodeos, and paddleboard races. Hawaii has a wide array of 4th of July celebrations across all the islands. Find the best 4th of July activities on Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu. Whether you’re visiting or a local, IMI Tours can help you find the best things to do this 4th of July. Oahu 4th of July Activities Independence Day Fest at Turtle Bay, July 3rd The Turtle Bay resort offers [...]
Visiting Oahu is a special event in itself, but there’s also always something fun going on, too. From year round luaus to stage shows and festivals, there’s plenty to keep you entertained during your trip to Oahu. If you’re planning your trip in April, keep an eye out for Easter events in Oahu as well. More and more events have returned this year. However, please keep in mind that while many of us have moved past the pandemic, events are often still in flux and may still be subject to cancellations or delays. Moon Walk at Waimea Valley – May [...]
All the culture and spirit of Aloha will be on display at the 73rd Annual Aloha Festivals Floral Parade. The Aloha Festivals are a month's worth of community-supported festival events featuring Hawai’ian culture and history.
The Aloha Festivals has grown bigger and more colorful every year since its humble beginnings in 1946. This year the Aloha Festival runs from August 31st to September 28 and features more than 100 events on all of the Hawaiian Islands. What better way to explore and share the culture, cuisine, and art?
The Made in Hawaii Festival is a three-day festival featuring the state’s largest annual emporium of Hawaii-made products. The festival is taking place Friday & Saturday, August 16 & 17, 2019 at the Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall and Arena in Honolulu, HI.
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.
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.
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.
If you enjoy your daily cup of java, Hawaii’s Kona Coffee Cultural Festival 2018 is the place to be and being held from November 9th through November 18th. Festival shuttles are useful for getting to and from the various functions.