Of course, vacations should be fun, and how can anyone not have fun in Hawaii, but we need to travel the right way. That means responsible travel. The concept of responsible travel simply means to respect the environment and cultures of anywhere you travel. Wherever you travel it's important to avoid contributing waste and disturbing the natural ecosystems, while simultaneously embracing local cultures. This is the best way to reduce your carbon footprint.
The constant news cycle regarding the coronavirus pandemic has left many of us feeling anxious and worried not only for the health of ourselves and our loved ones, but also the cities and towns we live in. Imi Tours invites you to share the aloha spirit and support your local community during COVID-19 while keeping yourself safe.
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.
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.
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.