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  • Hoping to attend a luau in Maui? Be sure to book ahead!

    Although it's performed nightly, the Old Lahaina Luau sells out regularly. Make your reservations when planning your trip to Maui.

    Posted by Fodor's Editors on January 11, 2012 at 1:00:00 AM EST in Travel Tips
  • Hawaii's 5 Best Clothing Boutiques

    Boutiques in Oahu, Kauai, and Maui are dedicating ample rack space to the best pieces from local designers. Whether searching for a strappy evening dress or a sleek swimsuit, we've got your shopping needs covered with a curated list of places to hit.

    Posted by Bee Shapiro on December 26, 2011 at 1:15:35 PM EST in Trip Ideas, Shopping
  • Hot Hawaii Deals from $216 a Night

    If you’re ready to escape the chilly weather for warm sand, tropical cocktails, and stunning sunsets, we can help. As winter descends on the mainland, Fodor’s is turning its sights to warm-weather escapes, delivering dazzling weekly deals. Here are three of the Hawaii packages we like best.

    Posted by Matt Villano on November 18, 2011 at 9:42:27 AM EST in Trip Ideas
  • 11 Fall Value Travel Destinations

    Don't be fooled by the term "off season." Now is the best time to take advantage of travel deals; the crowds are gone and many hotels and airlines have dropped their rates. We've rounded up our favorite value fall travel destinations, where you'll get the same luxuries for a fraction of the price.

    Posted by Arabella Bowen on September 22, 2010 at 5:48:37 PM EDT in Trip Ideas Tagged: laquinta, La Quinta, mumbai, Mumbai, korea, Korea, angkorwat, Angkor Wat
  • Top 10 Hawaiian Foods to Try

    Food in Hawai‘i is a reflection of the state’s diverse cultural makeup and tropical location. Fresh seafood, organic fruits and vegetables, free-range poultry and meat, and locally grown products are the hallmarks of Hawai‘i regional cuisine. Its preparations are drawn from across the Pacific Rim, including Japan, the Philippines, Korea, and Thailand—and now, "Hawaiian food" is a cuisine in its own right. Don’t miss Hawaiian-grown coffee, either, whether it’s smooth Kona from the Big Island or coffee grown on other islands.

    Posted by Fodor's Editors on July 14, 2010 at 2:11:24 AM EDT in Deals Tagged: wilmington, Poconos
  • Hawaii: An Age-by-Age Guide to Traveling with Kids

    Planning a trip to Hawaii with your family this year? Here's a guide to the best kinds of trips for kids of all ages.

    Posted by Fodor's Editors on February 15, 2010 at 3:00:00 PM EST in Trip Ideas Tagged: Victoria Falls, Yountville, palmsprings
  • Experience Maui's Road to Hana

    This cliff-side driving tour through rain-forest canopy reveals Maui's most lush and tropical terrain. It will take a very full day to explore this part of the North Shore and East Maui, especially if you plan to make it all the way to Oheo Gulch. You'll pass through communities where old Hawaii still thrives, and where the forest runs unchecked from the sea to the summit. You'll want to make frequent exploratory stops. To really soak in the magic of this place, consider staying overnight in Hana town. That way you can spend a full day winding toward Hana, hiking and exploring along the way, and the next day traveling leisurely back to civilization....Learn more about the Road to Hana...

    Posted by Fodor's Editors on December 13, 2009 at 2:24:12 AM EST in Travel Tips