Autumn Music, Massages and More in Hawaii
Although Hawaii is beautiful year-round, autumn is one of the best times to experience the Islands’ activities and attractions. Every sight, sound and even scent is bound to excite everyone in your family. Before winter begins, enjoy the Aloha State’s fall festivities.
Sometimes, just the smell of coffee is all you need to perk up in the morning. In Hawaii, you can smell, taste and celebrate coffee at the state’s oldest food festival. The 41st Kona Coffee Cultural Festival will be held November 4 through 13, 2011 at different locations throughout the Kailua and Holualoa area. Kick off the party with the Sugai Kona Coffee Talent Night on November 4 and the Holualoa Village Coffee & Art Stroll on November 5, 2011 where there will be no shortage of galleries, boutiques and coffee tastings. Learn about the history of coffee in Hawaii with the Kona Coffee Council Farm & Mill Tour or the Kona Coffee Living History Farm Tour. At the Keauhou Beach Resort’s Cultural Festival Art Exhibit, local artists will display and sell work that reflects the “Kona coffee lifestyle” in different mediums. Learn more about this favorite fall festival at www.konacoffeefest.com.
Music is always in the air at the Hawaii Theatre where talented performers have been taking center stage since 1922. Every year, the downtown Honolulu landmark features a variety of pageants, films, plays and more with something for every taste. Autumn is proving to be an especially exciting time at the Hawaii Theatre with the annual Huli’au concert scheduled for October 22, 2011. You’ll be spellbound by the magic of Hawaiian song and dance, as interpreted by one of the world’s most respected dance companies. Check the event calendar at www.hawaiitheatre.com to see what other shows are coming to the theater.
After a full day under Hawaii’s warm sun, pamper your skin with a trip to Hina Mana Salon & Spa in Lahaina’s Ka`anapali Resort. Your feet will be tired from walking across sandy beaches, so exfoliate and rehydrate with the spa’s Mana Pedicure. Both men and women will enjoy this autumn-themed treatment, which uses a phyto-pumpkin peel to soften rough skin and soothe tired toes. Other nutrient-rich treatments include the Mango Ginger Brown Sugar Scrub and the Hawaiian Macadamia Nut Salt Glow. Make a reservation today at www.hinamana.com.
Spend a weekend escape with that special someone or take a group of friends out on the town. With so much to see and do, Hawaii is bursting at the seams with fall fun. Visit www.gohawaii.com for more info.