Updates from The Hawaiian Islands

Updates from The Hawaiian Islands

If you’re headed to the Hawaiian Islands in April, save the date for some of the aloha state’s best events:

26 – 27 April 2019: Big Island Chocolate Festival

The Big Island Chocolate Festival is a must for chocolate lovers. Check out a cacao plantation and chocolate factory, spectate a culinary competition, enjoy a few foodie seminars and of course, sample some high quality chocolate.

6 April 2019: Punana Leo O Molokai Hoomau

A fun filled day celebrating the Hawaiian language, enjoy nahenahe entertainment, ono food, craft vendors and more.

Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park Update

It’s business as usual on The Island of Hawai‘i with Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park reopened and recovered from the lava flow back in May 2018. There are some minor closures within the park which can be viewed here.

Pearl Harbor Update

Pearl Harbor’s USS Arizona Memorial site will not be reopened in March due to delays in its restoration process.

For more information go here.

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