The 5th annual Lahaina Plantation Days celebration happens this Friday, Oct. 18, and Sat., Oct. 19, in (where else?) its namesake West Maui town.
The annual Molokai Hoe is the pinnacle of outrigger canoe competitions—a 41-mile race from Molokai to Oahu across one of the most unforgiving ocean channels in Hawaii.
You can watch the entire 140.6-mile swimming, biking and running competition live and online, Saturday, Oct. 12.
The largest community celebration of Hawaii’s fishing and seafood heritage happens on Sunday.
The whales arrive throughout the season, moving in and out of Hawaiian waters through the winter.
Built on a lava ridge walled and filled in with stones, and covering more than three acres, Piilanihale Heiau is believed to be one of the largest heiau in the Islands.
There really is something for everyone with a sweet tooth.
The federal government shutdown has prompted the closures of all of Hawaii’s National Park Service parks, monuments, trails and historic sites, until further notice.
Readers' poll results for "Where are your top 5 favorite places to watch a sunset?"
This year’s 33rd annual Hawaii International Film Festival will be expanding screening to Big Island and Kauai.
Favorite body surfing beaches include Kauai, Maui and Lanai, too.
A place like the iconic Volcano House hotel is bound to have some interesting stories.