With the ever changing information on hygiene and sanitation requirements during covid-19, participating in Hawaii activities and tours can be confusing. Below is a list of tours that allow you to social distance and have committed to increased sanitation practices.
Swimming with Manta Rays at night is by far one of the most popular tours and activities in Kona, Hawaii. It is even regarded as one of the best night dives in the world! Read below to learn more about it and how you can sign up and join a manta ray night snorkel during your next Hawaii vacation.
While on vacation, snorkeling on Oahu is a great activity to enjoy. There is a variety of sealife to see such as tropical fish, green sea turtles, eels, reef sharks, and spotted eagle rays, However, Oahu is exposed to lots of open ocean swell and currents, making prime snorkeling locations limited. But there is one spot that has calm conditions perfect for enjoying the magic of the coral reef year round. The location is the famous marine sanctuary, Hanauma Bay.
Kakaako has seen many faces over the years. From ancient Hawaiian salt and fish ponds, to industrial canneries and warehouses, to the most happening street art community in Hawaii, the urban Honolulu neighborhood has evolved over and over again. Today Kakaako is centered around the arts, culture, and entrepreneurship. It is a booming neighborhood that hosts breweries, hipster bars, coffee shops, restaurants, boutique shopping, and world famous street art.
Our guide to the historic sites of Honolulu makes it easy for you to tour some of the most important locations in Hawaiian history during a easy walk around the downtown neighborhood. Located along South King Street, these sites will teach you about the history of King Kamehameha’s conquest, the Hawaiian Monarchy, and the arrival of the New England missionaries to Honolulu, Hawaii in just a few short hours.
Dedicated on July 21, 1842 Kawaiahao Church was commissioned by Queen Ka’ahumanu and established as the Hawaiian Kingdom’s first Christian Church. Designed by the leader of Hawaii’s earliest christian missionaries, Hiram Bingham, the church was often frequented by chiefs, queens, and kings of the Hawaiian monarchy. Here Bingham baptized thousands of converts, translated the Bible into Hawaiian, composed books, and much more.