Hello Hawaii Travelers!

If you’re looking for all the local tips for your trip to Hawaii, you’ve come to the right place. My name is Sarah, and I’ve lived in the beautiful state of Hawaii my entire life. I spend my free time exploring all of the gems of the islands – from the hikes to the beaches to the food and so much more! And on this website, I share all of my local tips with you!

Featured Destination: Hawaii

aerial view of Maui waterfall flowing into lake

The Ultimate Hawaii Bucket List

There are so many things to do in Hawaii – from visiting canyons to swimming with dolphins to even seeing snow!

hand holding kimchi spam musubi in Waikiki

A Hawaii Food Bucket List

Because Hawaii is filled with diverse cultures, it became inevitable these cultures would overlap – and it happened in the food.

Manawaiopuna Falls on Kauai cascading into teal lake surrounded by greenery

23 Breathtaking Hawaii Waterfalls

Flowing through lush mountain ranges, Hawaii waterfalls are some of the most beautiful in the world.

Hawaii By Island

colorful Ko Olina sunset Oahu, Hawaii


With spots like Waikiki, Honolulu, Ko Olina, and the North Shore, Oahu has secured its spot as the most visited island in Hawaii.

wide Twin Falls waterfall surrounded by greenery on Maui, Hawaii


A hotspot for honeymooners and families alike, Maui is home to epic Hawaii landmarks, like Haleakala and the Road to Hana.

lava dripping into the ocean from the volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii

Big Island

Boasting lava-filled volcanoes, picturesque beaches, and everything in between, the Big Island of Hawaii is great for every traveler.

Na Pali Coast mountain on Kauai, Hawaii


From the waterfall-dotted Na Pali Coast to the rust-colored Waimea Canyon, Kauai is a hiker’s paradise.

Puu Pehe Sweetheart Rock Lanai, Hawaii


With 3,000 people and no stoplights, the little island of Lanai is the perfect place to get off the grid while still staying in luxury.

view of Molokai from an airplane


Escape the hustle and bustle of life with a trip to Molokai. With only 4,000 visitors a month, you’ll have a slice of paradise all to yourself.

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