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Sun Safety on Oahu

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Think you’re immune to the sun? Well, unless you’re from a place near the equator, you’re most likely not. Odds are, the UV Index is higher on Oahu, Hawaii than where you’re from. Be sure to grab that sun block if you’re going to be outdoors all day. Hawaii tends to have sunny weather on…

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Surfing Competitions on Oahu’s North Shore

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Vans Triple Crown of Surfing October 28th – December 20th The competitions of the Vans Triple Crown: -HIC Pro (Sunset Beach) October 28th – November 10th -Hawaiian Pro (Haleiwa Beach) November 12th – 23rd -Vans World Cup of Surfing (Sunset Beach) November 24th – December 6th -Billabong Pipe Masters (Bonsai Pipeline) December 8th – 20th…

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Solo Vacation to Oahu

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Are you the adventurous type taking a trip to Oahu, Hawaii by yourself? Congrats! You get to do what you want, when you want! Obviously it’s fun to share experiences with friend and/or family, but things can get slowed down or you might end up missing something epic because others didn’t want to do it…

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12 Tips for Planning your Hawaiian Vacation

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Hawaiian Vacations are Affordable Planning your vacation to Hawaii, you probably think you’ll go broke. Things can get quite pricey if you let it get out of control, there are ways to keep your spending low so you don’t go broke. The following tips will help! 1. Bundling goes a long way. Pay in advance…

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Top 10 Beaches on Oahu

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Oahu, the most visited island in Hawaii Tourists flowing in to see the Pearl Harbor Memorial, the famous North Shore Pipeline known as the “Banzai Pipeline”, and the world renown area of Waikiki. Oahu is full of beautiful tourist destinations and extraordinarily magificent beaches. There are nice beaches on the mainland, but there aren’t scenic…

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Kayaking and Diving near Moku Islands

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Located on the eastside of Oahu, the Moku Islands are just a short distance off the beaches of Kailua, Hawaii. I have Kayaked to Moku Nui (the northern most island) and have also snorkeled the waters between Lanikai Beach and the islands. Both are SO…MUCH…FUN! Basically you can only go to Moku Nui as it…

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