Hawai‘i Travel Update November Newsletter
There are so many resources with an abundance of information regarding Hawai‘i’s reopening. We’ve done our best to put current information in one place for you as a reference. Please consider us a resource and reach out to us with any questions.
November “Tips From Tats” – Safe Travels Hawai’i Program
In an effort to keep its community and visitors safe, the State of Hawai‘i has implemented a multilayer Safe Travels Hawai‘i Program.
All visitors and returning residents must register on www.travel.hawaii.gov and upload their travel information.
October SPOTLIGHT on Virtual Gatherings
In the past seven months our ISI ‘ohana have participated in a variety of virtual meetings, from internal staff meetings, to client calls, and happy hours!
Mo‘ōlelo Chapter 9: The Route Through Pana‘ewa
Hi‘iaka and her companions advanced down the less desirable, but more direct route despite the dangers that befell other travelers. Wahineoma‘o caught site of an ominous figure seemingly motionless on the road ahead of them. She thought it to be the of a kukui tree.
September “Tips From Tats” – Virtual Production Tips
Whether it is a welcome reception, a lūʻau, a business meeting, or an awards gala, production matters! A great performance by a dancer or musician isn’t so great if you can’t hear or see them! The president’s message, the employee appreciation speech, or the...
Mo‘ōlelo Chapter 8: Companions for the Journey
Pele by Linda Rowell Stevens Forty days had been the time given from Pele to her sister Hi‘iaka to traverse from Kīlauea on Hawai‘i Island to the island of Kaua‘i to retrieve her lover and husband Lohi‘au. Pele had promised to watch over Hi‘iaka’s companion Hōpoe and...
August SPOTLIGHT on the Mountains of Hawaiʻi
Many people associate Hawaiʻi with its tropical water and stunning beaches with swaying palm trees. But every Hawaiian Island offers a unique bonus: some of the most scenic mountain ranges in the world formed by a series of eruptions throughout time. Mount Wai‘ale‘ale...
August “Tips From Tats” – 7 Essential Hiking Tips
With its beautiful mountain ranges and unique volcanic terrain, hiking in Hawaiʻi is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding activities you could participate in when visiting any of its major islands. These suggestions will be helpful to consider when preparing for a...
Mo‘ōlelo Chapter 7: A New Journey Begins
Hi‘iaka and Pele by Douglas Poʻoloa Tolentino Pele called for her youngest sister Hi‘iaka to Kīlauea on Hawai‘i Island. It was here that Pele, after trials and tribulations upon other islands and battles with her older sister Nāmakaokaha‘i, created a new home for her...