Should You Move to Oahu?

Here's a quick guide to give you information about whether you should move to Oahu or not.  Each island is different.  Oahu is a beautiful island paradise that also has all the amenities of...
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Are All Beaches in Hawaii Open to the Public?

The answer is “yes”.  According to Hawaii statute, the beaches “belong to no one and everyone”.  And that makes everyone who vacations, lives in, and moves to Hawaii some of the luckiest people in...

Kuilima Cove Snorkeling and Beach Review

About an hour long drive from Honolulu, in the heart of the north shore, lays Turtle Bay resort.  On the right hand side of the resort is a small cove called Kuilima Cove.  (To...
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Lanikai Beach in Oahu: Great for Kids and Adventurers

Lanikai Beach is the only beach that I’ve been to on Oahu, so far, that has a little bit of something for everyone in the family.  All shapes and sizes can appreciate and find...

Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve: Snorkeling, Beautiful Scenery and a Bunch of Marine Life

I can’t really say enough about what Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve on Oahu means to me.  If you’ve ever dreamed of or discovered a place in the world, and maybe in your own backyard,...

Waimea Falls, Oahu: History, Archaeological sites, Botanical Gardens, Jungle Fowl and a Waterfall

Waimea Falls in Oahu is part of the Waimea Valley Conservation Park.  The valley is so rooted in Hawaiian history that is one of the last ahupua’a  (traditional native Hawaiian term for subdivision) that...

Ko Olina Lagoons: Turtles, Seals, Resort Life and Tranquility

The beauty of the Ko Olina Lagoons goes much further than their tranquil feel and gorgeous water.  The versatility of the area also makes this a worthwhile Hawaiian “beach” to visit.  Why the quotation...
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