Property Walkthrough: The Coconut Plantation 1136-4

Are you planning your dream vacation? Look no further than The Coconut Plantation 1136-4 in beautiful Ko Olina, Hawaii. With three spacious bedrooms, an open living and dining area, and two private lanais – plus full access to the incredible amenities at Ko Olina Resort – you’ll find that this is the perfect retreat for any getaway. Gather your family and friends for quality time with loved ones with gorgeous views of lush mountains and crystal-clear blue waters. No matter what kind of escape you’re looking for, The Coconut Plantation

2023 Upcoming Spring Events on Oahu

Are you considering a trip to Oahu, Hawaii? If so, you’ll be happy to know that plenty of great events are happening on the island in the springtime. From music festivals to cultural celebrations, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Here’s a quick look at some of the most anticipated 2023 upcoming spring events on Oahu. Mark your calendars and start planning your trip today!  Attend the Honolulu Festival  As an annual event in the Hawaiian Islands, the Honolulu Festival is a vibrant three days full of exhilarating indigenous music

Plan an Unforgettable Vacation in Kai Lani at Ko Olina

Oahu is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hawaii, and for a good reason. The island offers something for everyone, from stunning beaches to world-class surfing to historic sites. Visitors can also enjoy a wide range of activities, from hiking and snorkeling to golf. With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder that Oahu is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. During your upcoming trip to our beautiful island, make yourself at home in an unforgettable vacation in Kai Lani at Ko

What’s Happening with Bill 41?

If you have been at all involved in Vacation rentals on Oahu, either as an owner, manager or guest, you’ve likely heard of Bill 41. Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi signed Bill 41 into law on April 26, making it Ordinance 22-7. The major provision of Ordinance 22-7 changes the minimum allowable rental period for any home (or room) outside a select few resort districts, from 30 days to 90 days. Bill 41 was hotly contested by many people and there were numerous public hearings and readings of the bill prior

The Best Places to Stay in Oahu

The most visited of the Hawaiian Islands, Oahu is a popular choice for good reason when it comes to Hawaii vacations. This beautiful island offers an abundance of activity options, from those found within the cosmopolitan city life of Waikiki to outdoor adventures that extend from the mountains to the sea. And while the bustling streets of Honolulu and the famed beaches of Waikiki have plenty to offer, the best places to stay on Oahu are often tucked away from the city center, where you can still experience the tranquil

Hawaii Updates Traveler Entry Requirements

Effective January 4th, Hawaii no longer requires tourists to complete a health questionnaire prior to boarding their flight to the islands. Previously the state required the questionnaire be submitted before issuing a QR code that could reduce processing time upon arrival. With the revised requirements, travelers are issued a QR code once their trip information is submitted to the Safe Travels website. The QR code is sent to the traveler again, via email one day prior to their flight departure. Book Our Oahu Vacation Rentals Here! Hawaii also revised their

The Ultimate Honolulu Travel Guide to Winter and Spring in Oahu

If you’ve been envisioning a warm-weather getaway for the upcoming seasons, Oahu, Hawaii is a special destination unlike any other. With spectacular beaches, renowned golf courses, top-notch dining options, and a host of water- and land-based activity options, there’s something for every traveler on Oahu. And traveling to this tropical isle is especially rewarding during the winter and spring seasons, when you’ll enjoy ideal weather and a plethora of activities and events. While planning the many details of an ideal vacation can be overwhelming, this ultimate Honolulu travel guide to

Hawaii to Have New Requirements for International Travel Effective Nov. 8

Hawaii to Have New Requirements for International Travel Effective Nov. 8 Last week, the Federal Government announced that it will loosen restrictions on international travel effective November 8. The State of Hawaii has said it will follow the same guidelines as the federal government for international passengers who are traveling direct to Hawaii. Beginning on November 8, non-US citizens traveling directly to Hawaii from an international destination must present BOTH vaccination records showing they are FULLY vaccinated AND a negative COVID-19 test result (NAAT or antigen) within three days of

The Story of the Mongoose in Hawaii

What is that animal with the long brown body, long tail, short legs, pointy ears, and beady eyes you saw scurrying into or out of the bushes? Was it a squirrel? A muskrat, or maybe a ferret? More than likely, it was a mongoose in Hawaii. Mongooses (not mongeese) are native to Africa, Asia and some parts of Europe. However, the only place you will find them in the United States is in Hawaii. Although not native to Hawaii, mongooses are well established on Hawai’i Island (aka; The Big Island),

No Shutdown Planned for Hawaii

No Shutdown Planned for Hawaii, says Governor David Ige At a press conference on August 23, Governor David Ige asked visitors to stay away from Hawaii until the end of October. This press conference, combined with articles in the local press seems to have confused many people. Since that news conference many people have canceled their travel plans to the State. Ige acknowledged that “most” new cases of the virus are the result of residents traveling off-island and coming back home to spread COVID-19 in the community.  He then went