Haunted Places to Visit in Hawai’i this Halloween

A beautiful Sunset at Sanae Hoomalu Bay

By day, Hawai’i is known for its lush, tropical scenery, sun-soaked beaches, and historic locations. But by night, the Hukai’po begin their ghostly march, obake linger in the shadows, the choking demon waits for the perfect moment to strike, and many tourists and locals alike are reminded that Hawai’i is a place for cultural ghost …
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Shark Tracker

Cue the “JAWS” music. People come to Hawai’i to enjoy a slice of paradise. Being a chain of islands means that if you’re visiting, chances are you’re going to spend some time in the ocean. Everyone who has spent any time in the water has had one word cross their mind at some point- “Shark”. …
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Song of the Humpbacks

Hawai‘i is paradise for more than just people. Migrating animals come here by air and sea to escape the cold winter weather. Humpback whales arrive every winter to the delight of pretty much everyone. Maui and its shallow channels between the offshore islands get the most action. After fattening up in their feeding grounds in …
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Avoiding sunburn

We can think of nothing worse than watching re-runs of Seinfeld from your hotel room in Hawaii. Especially while your family or significant other is lounging by the crystal blue ocean, gazing at the lazily rolling waves, ankle deep in white sand, while cool trade winds waft the deliciously sweet plumeria blossom scent through the …
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What Readers Have to Say

“I Googled ‘best guidebook for Kauai’ and this one came up. I ordered it off Amazon and I’m a quarter way through reading it, dog-earing and highlighting things I think we’d want to see/do (which is pretty much every single page). I’ll be reading in bed and my husband will ask what I’m laughing at…it’s the book! It’s hilarious! Kind of funny I’m laughing more reading a guidebook than I do at a comedy tv show. It’s also incredibly informative and it’s already been invaluable. Just wanted to say thanks, Mr. Doughty, for writing this and sharing your knowledge with the rest of us. It’s been a lot of fun already. We can’t wait to go! ”

- R. Tinsley