Advising travelers looking for the authenticity of the places they visit through food and wine. You recognize the value of gastronomy as a means of socializing, as a space for sharing life with others and for exchanging experiences.

Food and wine help to project an image of a country that is culturally rich, adventurous and entertaining. So on your travels experience the true cultural destination and tradition!

  • food fairs
  • gastronomic festivals
  • farmers’ and local markets
  • cooking shows, classes and demonstrations
  • tastings of quality food products
  • chef interactions

And maybe discover a secret, exclusive recipe or adventure along the way!

  • (Earlier this year)   Who has the highest sea cliffs, the longest waterfal and the largest white sand beach in Hawaii? Lanai. http://t.co/brMLZoa4kV
  • (Earlier this year)   Did you know Haleakala Crater (Ha-lay-ah-ja-lah), is the world's largest dormant volcano on Molokai? http://t.co/P8znPLXugK
  • (Earlier this year)   Wouldn't it be nice to go from beach to beach all day long! More than 100 world-renowned beaches ring Honolulu. http://t.co/NDmRQTuJMG
  • (Earlier this year)   "#Travel broadens the mind - but you must have the mind." - G.K. Chesterton
  • (Earlier this year)   And I thought Texas did everything big...Honolulu is the largest city in the world! http://t.co/KGoqJ8kAS1
  • (Earlier this year)   Hawaii makes everything easy! Hawaii has its own time zone - Hawaiian Standard Time and there is no daylight savings time....
  • (Earlier this year)   KEEP HOPPIN'. Spell that with the only 12 letters in the Hawaiian Alphabet...AEIOU and HKLMNPW. http://t.co/QCMzMat6KX
  • (Earlier this year)   If you love Pina Coladas or pineapple upside-down cake thank Hawaii. 1/3 of the worlds pinapples come from there. http://t.co/UhKbShQGQH
  • (Earlier this year)   So you are relaxing under the palm tree with an icy beverage in your hand and you won it! Well this could be... http://t.co/3LXcZWOG1U
  • (Earlier this year)   Don't drink up all the coffee! Hawaii is the only U.S. state that grows coffee. http://t.co/bTqpAhuwMF