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Living in Maui: An Insider’s Guide to the Valley Isle

When you’re deciding which island to live on in Hawaii, Maui will likely cross your radar. Also known as the Valley Isle, Maui is often considered a middle ground between the hustle and bustle of Oahu and the untamed natural beauty of the Big Island.  Maui played host to the first capital city of the Kingdom of Hawaii. King Kamehameha named Lahaina the kingdom’s capital in 1820, although it was moved to Honolulu in 1845. Many celebrities have made Maui their home over the years, including Woody Harrelson, Ram Dass, Willie Nelson, Mick Fleetwood, Charles Lindbergh, Steven Tyler of Aerosmith and many more. If you’re […]

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The Best of Hawaii 4th of July Fireworks

  Do you know know of other 4th of July celebrations that aren’t on our list? Email additions to: marketing@dewittmove.com 4th of July Events We recommend confirming that the following activities will take place as scheduled. Phone numbers or web links are provided for your convenience. Kauai America’s Most West Freedom Fest  Monday, July 3, 2017 6:00 PM Shenanigans 1308 Club Road Barking Sands, HI 96752 Kauai Hospice 28th Annual Concert in the Sky Tuesday, July 4, 2017 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM Vidinha Stadium Hoolako St Lihue, HI 96766 Kekaha 4th of July Celebration Event Tuesday, July 4, 2017 4:00 PM – 9:30 PM Kekaha Faye […]

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15 Things To Do in Hawaii That You Won’t Want to Miss

We all know that Hawaii is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, but lesser known are the many great experiences and amazing things to do in Hawaii. With 30 years of expertise in moving people to Hawaii, as well as a presence on all of the major Hawaiian Islands, the team at Royal Hawaiian Movers thought it would be nice to share some local insight on the best Hawaiian experiences you can enjoy after you arrive. No matter if you’re on the Big Island of Hawaii, Kauai, Maui or Oahu, we have fun things for you to do in Hawaii. Here are […]

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Must-See Hawaii: 10 Things Locals Like to Do

Hawaii is easily one of the most popular American destinations for tourists worldwide. Visitors spent over $14 billion in the Hawaiian Islands in 2012 alone. While the touristy attractions are always fun, why not check out some lesser-known local favorites? Whether you’re a resident, planning a move to Hawaii, or just visiting, take a look at these 10 awesome ways to enjoy the island life. Head to Manoa Falls. Even though it’s just 10 minutes north of Honolulu, this day trek will make you feel like you are anywhere but a tourist spot. Manoa Falls can be seen up close by hiking the mile-long path […]

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The Ponds of Puna in Hilo

A quick 40 minute drive out of Hilo, through beautiful trees and greenery, you will find the Ahalanui Hot Ponds – or the warm Ponds of Puna. I am a 2002 transplant from Oahu, and now a resident of lower Puna, and this beautiful pond has become my favorite place to unwind and relax after a busy work week. The pond is a natural water inlet where fresh and sea water pools together. It’s a beautiful and soothing atmosphere amidst warm ocean breezes, and beautiful coconut trees. The most delightful and unique aspect of the “warm ponds”, is that the water is naturally and volcanically […]

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Whale Watching on Maui

The first sighting of the return of the humpbacks to the Hawaiian Islands took place off of Maui on October 20, 2012. Humpback whales migrate to Hawai’i on an annual basis during the winter months to mate and give birth. The sighting serves as a reminder of the upcoming whale season, which traditionally runs from November through May. Peak whale watching months are typically January through March. In early May the last of the remaining mothers and their calves depart the Islands for Alaska. Of all the islands, Maui is best known for having the greatest concentration of whales which can easily spotted off its […]

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