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Luaus have been a Hawaiian tradition for centuries, and remain an integral part of the culture today.
Heaven From the Earth at KCC Farmers' Market
Local farmers bring their bounty to Kapi'olani Community College every Saturday morning. Tempt your taste buds with fresh greens and local grinds.
If you've ever thought about running or walking 26.2 miles, there is no better place to do it than Honolulu. The course is mostly flat and every kilometer boasts gorgeous scenery.
Eddie Would Go
Last week, waves on the north shore of Oahu rose to 50 ft! Pro surfers from all over the world flew here to participate in the Quicksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau surf contest, more commonly known as "The Eddie." Seeing this contest is an opportunity of a lifetime if you're on Oahu.
Hiking Mt. Ka'ala
Mt. Ka'ala is Oahu's tallest peak and considered by many to be a fine example of what Hawaii was like before humans settled here. Abundant in native flora and fauna, and spectacular views, this day hike is worth every step.
Moonlight Surfing in Waikiki
Catching waves in Waikiki is better when the crowds are gone and the moon is high.
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