You know you want to travel to Hawaii but how do you know which island to visit? We say decide with your stomach! On an island by island basis, we’ve got you covered with the best island for your food personality.
Dreaming of traveling to Hawaii? Whether it’s prepping for your first trip to the islands or finding where to eat on Oahu, a list of classic Hawaii local food, how to find good shave ice, or which island to visit, these picks from the editors of Salt & Wind Travel will help you get more out of your travels. Find day island guides, itineraries, recipes, and more.
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When we travel we’re constantly ISO of the experiences that give us a taste of all that’s local. Here are the must-do foodie experiences the next time you travel to Hawaii:
You’ve planned your trip to Hawaii. Your final step before takeoff? Getting to know these essential Hawaii local food terms so you don’t stand out like a total newbie.
It’s no secret we Hawaii, and we travel there as often as we can. But, we can’t always hop a flight at a moment’s notice. The next best thing? Cooking these recipes inspired by the islands, from classic Hawaiian recipes to modern takes on local flavors.
The Hawaii food scene has a lot of interesting influences but among the most unexpected may just be Puerto Rican! Here’s where to eat Puerto Rican food when you travel to Hawaii: