We wanted to encourage our new and existing clients looking for a fun, easy and affordable way to immerse themselves in a destination to look no further than the many festivals and events held year-round throughout the Hawaiian Islands. In addition to showcasing Hawaii's rich history and culture, these festivals often offer visitors opportunities to enjoy delicious local food, arts and crafts, live Hawaiian entertainment, and more. And from the Ironman World Championship Triathlon on Hawaii Island to the East Maui Taro Festival, there's something for everyone.
A large part of what makes festivals and events in the Hawaiian Islands so memorable is their uniqueness to Hawaii. Visitors looking for an authentic taste of Hawaiian culture can plan their trips around the Prince Kuhio Celebration or Koloa Plantation Days festival on Kauai, Festivals of Aloha on Maui, Lanai and Molokai, or on Hawaii Island, the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival and Great Waikoloa Ukulele Festival. On Oahu festival favorites include the Honolulu Festival, Prince Lot Hula Festival, and King Kamehameha Celebration, whose floral parade commemorates its 100th anniversary in 2016.
Visitors can't miss unique and mouthwatering events for foodies including the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival on Maui, Hawaii Island and Oahu, and Mealani's Taste of the Hawaiian Range on Hawaii Island. Sports buffs can look forward to the 51st Sony Open in Hawaii PGA Tour golf tournament at Oahu's Waialae Country Club, or check out the inaugural Ragnar Relay Hawaii race, a 200-mile team relay foot race on Hawaii Island's scenic roadways.
The most up-to-date listings of Hawaii Festivals are on our Hawaii Activity Page under Festivals of Hawaii. Please check out our page, and contact us for a personal quote for accommodations and activities around these Festivals.
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