High on a bluff, Westin Princeville Ocean Resort offers a breath-taking view of the sparkling blue waters of Pacific Ocean. Gentle ocean breezes, emerald colored cliffs, and panoramic views make Westin Princeville a gorgeous location for a special romantic occasion. This cliff-side oasis has become a highly sought-after Hawaiian destination for surprise engagements, oceanfront weddings, and tropical honeymoons on the North Shore of Kauai.
Close your eyes and imagine a luxurious resort on a secluded, private Hawaiian island where you’re catered to, pampered, and treated special around the clock. The Four Seasons Lana’i is where this dream becomes reality. It’s a romantic destination set in a lush, tropical paradise where resort staff takes service to new heights, crafts flavorful cuisine, and understands their guest need for privacy.
If you’re flying internationally, you’ll be required to fill out customs and immigration forms. Instead of hassling a flight attendant or a fellow passenger to use their pen, carry your own.
When flying into Hawaii, you will be required to fill out a Hawaii Agricultural Declaration Form. Passengers arriving with plants, seeds, and animals need to declare them. If you aren’t carrying them, you need to still fill out the form and indicate these items are not in your possession.
Ballpoint pens tend to leak due to airplane pressure. A simple fix is placing your pen in a plastic snack bag to protect your belongings.
Some airports are more technology advanced than others, you will find some airports will have a digital entry where you will not need a pen. In the meantime, just carry your own pen. Who knows you will need one to doodle on your cocktail napkin.
When my plane touched down on the island of Lana’i, night had fallen. An island where the deer outnumber the locals, the dark ride to the Four Seasons was anything but. During the ride marked by only a handful of road signs, no traffic lights or streetlights, and virtually no other cars, the starry night sky was in full bloom.
Flipping through glossy promotional brochures about Hawaii, you are bound to see an image of glowing hot lava oozing from Kilauea Volcano. After all, Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes on Earth and a major tourist draw bringing in over 2.6 million visitors each year. Here are a few of the sites and a couple of tips for your trip to Kilauea.