Best Spas in Hawaii
Discover this retreat's indigenous island rituals.
Oahu’s North Shore is truly a place to get away from it all, and at the Turtle Bay Resort’s Nalu Kinetic Spa, visitors will definitely feel miles away from the city. Just steps from the ocean, six water-view indoor rooms and an ocean side outdoor cabana serve as the setting for Nalu's signature spa treatments, which stem from local indigenous fruits and plants. Some of these native services include the Seaside Massage, the Healing Cocoon Scrub and Wrap and the Intense Hydrating Hair Mask.
Along with its healing therapies, the spa includes a sun-drenched whirlpool, steam rooms, a full-service salon, personal training services, private yoga lessons, and a lovely outdoor relaxation area where guests can take in the stunning views. Nalu Kinetic Spa is focused on bringing the body, mind and spirit into harmony, based on the idea of "Aloha aina" — meaning a love of and nurturing care for the land. When it comes to escaping the crowds and busy city, Nalu Kinetic Spa is one of Oahu's finest retreats.
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When we last visited the Maui Brewing Co.'s brew pub in Lahaina, we were thrilled to hear this small company was making plans to package and sell their handcrafted product on the open market. Visitors to Hawaii have long enjoyed this microbrew's quality, but now it is steadily growing its market off the island.
When we think of vodka and pineapple, many good things come to mind: a tropical cocktail that combines the neutral spirit with pineapple juice, preferably served with a tiny umbrella; a pineapple-infused vodka; or biting into a pineapple that's been soaked in vodka for an adult tropical treat. But we never thought of vodka actually made from pineapple!