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7 Oahu Must-See-And-Dos

Oahu, “The Gathering Place” of the Hawaiian Islands, home to the state capital Honolulu as well as about 66% of the state’s population, our favorite island (sure, we’re a little biased). And while we do believe that all of Hawaii Nei is beyond beautiful, Oahu has a...

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Pro Tips For Every Novice Mountain Biker

Weʻre huge outdoor enthusiasts here at The Outpost. Itʻs no surprise that todayʻs post is all about mountain biking. Every biker remembers his or her first time — the bike, the rocks, the streams, the scenery, feeling terrified yet excited all at the same time. Like...

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4 Things You Should Know About Oahu

Oahu, known as the ‘Gathering Place’ to natives, is one of the country’s most popular vacationing destinations. Oahu is the place you visit for white sandy beaches, world-class shopping and unmatched food. You may think you know it all when it comes to this island in...

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Pidgin 101

Pidgin, known as Hawaiian Creole English, is a language deeply rooted in Hawaii’s history and culture. Pidgin manifests a mix of Japanese, Chinese, Filipino and Portuguese cultures brought to the islands by immigrants that began to call Hawaii home in the early 1900s....

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6 Beach Gadget Must-Haves

For many beach-goers a day at the shore requires very little. Usually a swimsuit, towel and bottle of sunscreen do the trick. However, even the most hassle-free beach enthusiast will admit that having the right gadget may upgrade and simplify a day at the beach. Below...

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3 North Shore Activities For The Thrill Seeker In You

Most visitors come to Oahu for the world-renowned beaches and the un-matched food, others come to skydive over paradise and swim with sharks. To all you thrill seekers and adrenaline-junkies who agree that hotels are just for sleeping, below is a list of three equally...

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4 Reasons To Spend Your Christmas in Hawaii

Hawaii is our home, and after all the holiday seasons we’ve spent here in the Aloha State, we’ve pretty much perfected our holiday routine. Below are four reasons to spend your Christmas in Hawaii. ESCAPE. Sure, the Hawaiian Islands are still a part of the United...

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We’ve Got The Scoop On Scuba

Here at North Shore Explorers the ocean is unfamiliar territory for most of our customers. A lot of people come to us wanting to better explore the world that lies beneath the surface. To this we are quick to recommend scuba diving – a relaxing activity that is sure...

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Duke Kahanamoku: Surfer of the Century

Despite its overwhelming popularity, surfing – a sport native to the Hawaiian Islands – is relatively new to America (and the rest of the world). What kind of ocean enthusiasts would we be if we didn’t take some time to recognize, praise and thank the man that brought...

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