Honolulu, a huge city on the island of Oahu, is Hawaii’s best known tourist destination offering an array of sightseeing options, restaurants and nightlife. What makes a holiday more interesting is the fact that some sort of celebration or event is always on the go in Honolulu with abundant flights offering low fares even while some special festival is on. Once you are here, you’ll be flabbergasted that not a day passes by without something fascinating happening on the streets, in the parks or on the famous Waikiki beaches.
If you think you’ll not be able to make it for the illustrious Chinese New Year celebrations at Honolulu, then don’t feel saddened as there are plethora of other special occasions in Honolulu, which attract large crowds of both partakers and spectators, providing tourists with a range of things like street parties, colorful parades, competitions and sailing/surfing contests to see and perform at, whilst visiting here. First and last Fridays, every month are your best opportunities to get a peek into the art scene of the city. First Fridays are for people when Honolulu's galleries and studios show case work by various artists. Last Friday’s ‘ARTafterDARK’ offered by the Honolulu Academy of Arts puts forward an evening that rejuvenates the minds with an amalgamation of food, drinks, art, music and dancing. Take flights to Honolulu and plan a holiday so as to include one of these special Fridays to add some live music, antique shopping, street entertainment and wine tasting, to your stay.
The festivals and events provided to visitors and locals at this city indeed are the best opportunities for them to embrace the multi-cultural traditions that are unique to Oahu. Whether it is a cultural celebration like the annual Honolulu festival, highlighting Hawaii's sundry people and their origins, a top professional or amateur sporting competition like the great Aloha run, or a culinary event like the taste of the nation featuring the island's top chefs, there is sure to be something for every person.
The Great Aloha Run scheduled for February 12, 2012 is an 8.15 mile foot race where large number of runners begin jogging from the Aloha Tower and stop at Aloha Stadium. Ample of cheap flights to Honolulu are available before and during this annual event. Great Aloha Run offers three-day Sports, Health and Fitness Expo occurring through the weekend and including an array of display booths with unique products and services, workshops, entertainment, and more.
Nonetheless a lot more is in store with the 18th Annual Honolulu Festival which will take place on March 3-4, 2012 at various locations in the city. This premier cultural festival is all geared up to showcase arts, culture and lot of entertainment. This can surely be a wonderful addition to your Hawaiian vacation with dance performances and traditional art shows by artisans from rest of US and countries like Japan, Australia, Philippines, Republic of China and Korea. Don’t miss the spectacular concluding parade in Waikiki, Hawaii.
All fun with games and rides for the young ones!
Your March holiday, will also be enhanced by the longest running ‘Sportkite Festival’ and long running parade on St. Patrick’s Day. ‘Punahou School Carnival’ will enthrall all the youngsters in your family as it has everything one can imagine in a school carnival from high pace rides to home-produced jellies. Honolulu International Bed Race Festival, a mid-April fund raiser carnival comes with live entertainment, food booths, games, rides and bed pushing races for all especially the kids. Extending your stay in Honolulu end of April will provide you with the chance to be a part of an exciting culinary event on 29 April, 2012 called the Taste of the Nation Hawaii. Be ready to taste some delicious drinks and dishes prepared by Hawaii's hottest chefs!
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