One thing about visiting Hawaii, the food can get expensive. Don’t break the bank on breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With just a little bit of planning you can have great meals on vacation for about the same price as back home.
Maui is considered by many travelers to be one of the top attractions on the Hawaiian Islands. There’s no keeping Maui a secret any longer. But because Maui has become such a popular tourist destination, you'll have to deal with crowds while you experience the Valley Isle. Luckily, there are a few ways that tourists in Maui can avoid going to overcrowded destinations.
There’s amazing food all over Oahu, but not every restaurant is the most kid friendly establishment. Both you and your kids should enjoy all your meals on vacation. Check out the best places to eat with children in Honolulu.
From beaches, sunsets, to waterfalls, it’s hard to find places in Hawaii not full of romance. Whether you’re here for your honeymoon, anniversary, destination wedding, or just an escape from your every day lives, there’s all sorts of romantic destination worth discovering throughout Hawaii. If you’re looking for a few romantic getaway suggestions, IMI Tours is here to help.
All the culture and spirit of Aloha will be on display at the 73rd Annual Aloha Festivals Floral Parade. The Aloha Festivals are a month's worth of community-supported festival events featuring Hawai’ian culture and history.
Hotels in the North Shore and Ko Olina are a great way to explore what the other parts that the island have to offer. From family friendly hotels, couples resorts, and vacation rentals, there’s a wide range of accommodations to choose from. And whether you’re staying in the North Shore, Ko Olina, or anywhere in Oahu, airport shuttle services are available to the hotel of your choice.
The Aloha Festivals has grown bigger and more colorful every year since its humble beginnings in 1946. This year the Aloha Festival runs from August 31st to September 28 and features more than 100 events on all of the Hawaiian Islands. What better way to explore and share the culture, cuisine, and art?
The Hawaii Food & Wine Festival is the premier food event in the Pacific. The 2019 Hawaii Food & Wine Festival is happening over three weekends, October 5 – October 27, throughout three islands. Reserve private shuttles to restaurants and resorts throughout Hawaii.
The Made in Hawaii Festival is a three-day festival featuring the state’s largest annual emporium of Hawaii-made products. The festival is taking place Friday & Saturday, August 16 & 17, 2019 at the Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall and Arena in Honolulu, HI.
The NFL is headed to Hawaii. The Los Angeles Rams will host the Dallas Cowboys at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu for a preseason game on August 17. A charter shuttle is the perfect way to get to Aloha Stadium.
The beauty, climate and topography of Hawaii make it a year-round favorite golf destination. Whether you’re local or a tourist, getting around the islands is easy with golfing transportation service to all resorts and golf destinations.
Hawaii is the only state in the US to grow its own coffee, and Kona coffee just so happens to be some of the best coffee in the world. Kona coffee is grown on the slopes of the Hualalai and Mauna Loa volcanoes in both the north and south Kona district. Visit a coffee farm for yourself and the sample the best coffee Hawaii has to offer.
While it does seem like its summer year-round in Hawaii, there are some slight differences between summer and winter on the Islands to look out for. The weather is slightly different and there are seasonal events to discover. Have fun this summer and check out some of our favorite activities to do in Hawaii between May through October.
Hawaii is known for a few things: surfing, sunsets, hula dancing, and, of course, pineapples. While tourism has become the major trade of Hawaii, pineapples still play a major role on the Island. If you’re looking for the best places to get pineapples, let IMI Tours be your guide.
Hawaii has a rich military history, which makes Oahu the perfect place to honor our heroes for Memorial Day. Memorial Day, of course, commemorates the U.S. men and women who gave their lives in military service, but it’s also time to spend with friends and family. Celebrate Memorial Day in Oahu with parades, concerts, and more.
The Pan-Pacific Festival is like Hawaii’s biggest block party. The Pan-Pacific Festival is a cultural celebration featuring arts, crafts, food, and stage performances in venues throughout Waikiki. Start your trip with a festival shuttle service.
The Shinnyo Lantern Floating Hawaii launches 6000 floating lanterns into the Pacific in remembrance of our loved ones. If you’re headed to Lantern Floating Hawaii, reserve festival transportation today.
The 50th State Fair returns to Aloha Stadium for four weekends: May 26th through June 25th. The state fair is one of the largest annual events in Hawaii, and affordable entertainment for the whole family!
On Oahu’s Leeward Coast, Pacific Links International and the Makaha Valley Resort announced that one of the golf’s greatest champions, Tiger Woods, will revamp one of two golf courses planned for Makaha Valley.
Our quality starts with the intent to be a completely non-invasive tour company dedicated to revealing the real truths and history of the land and people of our home, Hawai’i. We use smaller vehicles for all of our Hawaii tours to provide a more intimate, relaxing, and safer travel experience. Our passionate, local employees welcome you to our beautiful state of Hawaii and take you back in time to experience the Kingdom Hawai’i once was. Safety and dependability is developed through continuous training and are the cornerstones of our tour service.
IMI Tours offers a total of 8 tour excursions on Oahu, Maui, Hawaii, and Kauai. From the “Road to Hana” to Pearl Harbor, we have tours to educate, entertain, and inspire! We invite you to explore our Hawaii Tours and find the activity that works best for you.
As a non-invasive tour company dedicated to sustainability, it is our vision to accurately share and perpetuate Hawaiian culture and history while creating a fun and memorable experience for our guests. We are part of the eco-tourism movement in Hawaii and partner with sustainable farms, ranches, and other venues to support local business and create an authentic Hawaiian experience.