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Mahalo for the overwhelming display of aloha from around the globe. OUTRIGGER is following the direction of state and local authorities and supports responsible travel to Maui. The majority of Maui is currently open, and the non-impacted areas of West Maui will be open beginning October 8, 2023. 

For the latest updates, visit the official government website


As you prepare for your upcoming trip, please note Oahu, Hawaii Island (Big Island) and Kauai islands are not impacted by wildfire disasters and are safe for travel. 


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    Throwback Tropical Cocktail Recipes

    Cheers! We recently celebrated our 70th birthday as a company, and we can’t thank you enough for all of the memories you’ve shared with us through the years. To rekindle the magic of vacations past, we’re saying “cheers,” and sharing some of the well-kept secrets to making two of our favorite throwback tropical cocktails!

    THE 1947 MAI TAI (regular feature at the OUTRIGGER Waikiki Beach Resort)
    • 1.5 oz. light rum

    • 0.5 oz. dark rum
    • 0.5 oz. creme de almond
    • 0.5 oz. triple sec

    • 1.5 oz. pineapple juice

    • 1.5 oz. sweet and sour mix
    • Equal parts pineapple juice with sweet and sour mix

    • Top off with ice

    THE GRASS SKIRT (regular feature at the OUTRIGGER Reef Waikiki Beach Resort)
    • 1 oz. dark rum
    • 1 oz. coconut rum
    • 1.5 oz pineapple juice
    • 1.5 oz. orange juice
    • 1.5 oz. melon liqueur float

    • Blend with crushed ice

    You can also rediscover so many more of your beachside or poolside favorite cocktails on this handy cocktail infographic.

    Bottoms up, or as we say in Hawaiʻi, ʻōkole maluna! 

    Your next vacation awaits.