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Free Whale Watching

November 28, 2011

Whale season in Hawaii is from now through next Spring, and it’s easy to spot Humpback whales on your Hawaii vacation. With well over 5,000 of these huge animals in the state at this time of year, you should have no problem spotting one on your own.

Whale watching tours are the best way to see these Humpbacks up close. But it is possible to see whales from dry land for free and without getting sea sick. Park yourself along one of these popular shorelines and keep your eyes open.

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Free Shave Ice

July 19, 2011

Deal: Free shave Ice from Sweet Home Cafe in Honolulu
The catch: You must buy a hot pot meal

Beat of Hawaii found an amazing free dessert deal from Sweet Home Cafe. Get a free yummy bowl of delicately flavored shave ice surrounded with tapoica balls, homemade almond tofu, gummy fruits, and coffee pannacotta. It’s worth paying for the food just to get the generous free dessert.

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Hawaii Discount Travel Coupons

2/9 Things to Do

If you haven’t been introduced to social online group discounts, now is the time. If you are traveling to Hawaii with a group of friends, then you are a prime candidate for group online coupon sites.

4th Night Free at Kahala Hotel & Resort

1/27 Honolulu and Waikiki

Kahala Hotel is a luxury resort just 10 minutes outside of Waikiki. If you’re looking for a luxurious place to stay in Honolulu, this is one of our favorites. Deal: Stay 3 nights and get the 4th night free Expires: 03/03/2011 View details

Free Trip to Hawaii for 3 Lucky Families

6/20 Tips

King’s Hawaiian Bakery,  know for their Hawaiian sweat bread, is giving away 3 grand prize vacations to Hawaii at the Waikoloa Village on the Big Island. Prize Details Three Grand Prize winning families (up to 4 people per family) will be flown to the Big Island of Hawaii for seven (7) days and six (6) [...]

Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park for Free

6/20 Things to Do

If you’re visiting the Big Island, you have to check out Hawaii’s only active volcano at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. There are hikes, an informational visitor’s center and of course…lava! Cost: Entrance fees are relatively inexpensive and they even have free weekends this summer.