Shopping in Hawaii

Shopping in Hawaii

Shopping in Hawaii is a pleasure as one finds tropical fruit and flowers, colorful clothing, hawaiian arts and crafts, and the creative results of the work of many artists from all over the world who reside in Hawaii. The healing arts are also well represented with massage oils, scented sleep pillows, and organically grown produce.



Bob’s Tropicals. Send a gift of tropical flowers. (808) 822-0117, (800) 201-7296.

EARTH SMART LAUNDRY CD The new technology of washing clothes. Save $ and save the ecology at the same time.  

ISLAND CANVAS WORKS Island Canvas Works. Awnings, Roll up curtains, furniture, upholstery. (808) 822-0704.   

Maika’i Living Environments with hard to find products including nutritional aids, herbs, medicines & vitamins, water & air filters, sip straws. (808) 332-9996.

Thalia’s Flowers, Leis & Fruits in Kalaheo Mon-Sat 10-6 (808) 651-0326.

WATER-SAFE-HAWAII Provide Clean Tasting Water for yourself & your family. Water-Safe Hawaii. (808) 639-2619.  


Happy Flowers, (808) 878-6402. Personalized Specialty Flower Arrangements.

MAGICAL DESIGNS.  Colloidal Silver Maker, Natural Frequencies Generator & more. Magical Designs.

Music of Raphael & Kutira, World Beat Music, CDs & Tapes. (808) 572-6006.

MAUI’S ALTERNATIVE RESOURCE Bridging Maui's evolving conscious community to the World.   

THE BODY SHOP - FEEL AS GOOD AS YOU ARE...Skin & Hair Care Products - The Body Shop®, Whalers Village, Lahaina. (808) 661-5122.


EARTHWARE EarthWare - Aromatherapy, Natural Skin Care, Gifts & more. (808) 988-9655.    

EYE PILLOW Tension-Ezzz®” Eye Pillow. Ease stress. Relieve head tensions. (808) 252-5100.

MAGICAL DESIGNS Colloidal Silver Maker, Natural Frequencies Generator & more. Magical Designs.



All About Fabrics. Custom Upholstery, fabric, sewing & uniforms. (808) 335-5218.

ISLAND CANVAS WORKS Island Canvas Works. Awnings, Roll up curtains, furniture, upholstery. (808) 822-0704.

Kapa Hwn. Bark Cloth, photo albums, frames, books, purses, Kauai Rose. (808) 332-9221.

Kapaia Stitchery in Lihue 9-5 Mon-Sat (808) 245-2281. 100% Cotton Tropical Prints.



Aethereal Essences Aromatherapy, Essential Oils, Custom Blends, Sprays, Body Lotions & Oils, Bath Salts, Gels, Diffusers. (808) 245-7873 x7889.

Island Soap Co. Makers of handmade soaps, candles & body care products. 828-1120, For Free Mail Order Catalog,


THE BODY SHOP - FEEL AS GOOD AS YOU ARE... Skin &Hair Care Products - The Body Shop®, Whalers Village, Lahaina. (808) 661-5122.

Kaleidoscope Naturals, Hemp Body Care, PO Box 520 #228, Paia HI 96779. (808) 243-0283.


EARTHWARE Aromatherapy, Natural Skin Care, Gifts & more. (808) 988-9655.

Hair & Nail Designs & Pedicures - Panache, 1158 Koko Head, Honolulu. (808) 734-1555.

EYE PILLOWTension-Ezzz®” Eye Pillow. Ease stress. Relieve head tensions. (808) 252-5100.


INNERSELF MAGAZINE Online articles on well-being, personal growth and spirituality that are inspirational and uplifting.


Huna Ohana Metaphysical General Store & Espresso Cafe. Pahoa. (808) 965-9661.

Middle Earth Bookshoppe, 75-5719 Alii Dr. (808) 329-2123.

Pueo Bookshop, Waimea Center, Kamuela. (808) 885-0039.

Rainbow Path, 79-7407 Hawaii Belt Rd., Kainaliu. (808) 322-0651.

Starseed Beads &Gems. Aura Photography. Readings. Gifts & more. (808) 775-9344.

Sweet Wind, 65-1280 Kawaihae Rd, #103, Parker Sq. (808) 885-0562


CRYSTALS & GEMSTONES Crystals & Gems: Wholesale, Special Orders & Crystal Healing. (808) 639-9654.

Jungle Java & Books. 4-831 Kuhio Hwy. (Kauai Village), Kapaa. (808) 821-2665, Espresso cafe with metaphysical &Hawaiian books and gifts.

Psychic readings. Mystic Books & Gifts. Gems, Stones, Local Arts. Coconut Marketplace. (808) 822-0370.

Tin Can Mailman Books, New-Used, Trade-Sell, All Categories, Kauai’s Only Vintage Bookshop, 1353 Kuhio Hwy, Old Kapa’a Town 10:30am-6:00pm (808) 822-3009.


New Day Books, 109 Hekili, Kailua. (808) 262-7456.

Sirius Books &Crafts, 2320 Young, Honolulu (808) 947-4910.

Unity Bookstore, 3608 Diamond Head Circle, Honolulu (808) 735-6116.



Kaleidoscope Naturals, Hemp Body Care, PO Box 520 #228, Paia HI 96779. (808) 243-0283.

Sativa Hemp Wear. Quality Hemp Clothing. Handmade on Maui. (808) 573-1079.



CRYSTALS & GEMSTONES Crystals & Gems: Wholesale, Special Orders & Crystal Healing. (808) 639-9654.  



100% Hawaiian organically grown Noni. Capsules. Wholesale prices. Kauai Noni.


ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES FOR SELF HEALTH Wholistic Research Consultant, Colleen N. Ting. Products & Info. (808) 942-7128. 

DR. G.H. MOORE Free Report. The Strangest Nutritional Secret. 1-800-322-6169 x3500.

NATURAL ALTERNATIVES Free Computerized Nutritional Analysis. Natural Alternatives. (808) 689-0702.   

WHOLISTIC VITAMINS & MINERALSMaine Coast Sea Vegetables. Vitamins and minerals in their natural form. Organic.



Again & Again. Kailua-Kona. (808) 329-9200.

Helping Hand. Hilo. (808) 935-4433.

Hilo Woman’s Club Thrift Shop. (808) 935-4085.

Kona Outdoor Circle Educ. Ctr. (808) 329-6217.

Salvation Army, Hilo, (808) 935-5531; Honokaa. (808) 775-7766; Kona. (808) 329-7911.

Secrets Consignment Btq., Hilo. (808) 969-6799.

Stella’s Place, 271 Keawe, Hilo. (808) 961-2190.


Reinventions. Kauai’s finest consignment boutique in Kilauea. (808) 828-0126.

Salvation Army, Lihue, (808) 245-7808; Koloa. (808) 742-9977; Hanapepe, (808) 335-5441.

TLC Consignment Boutique, Kapaa. (808) 822-0004.

United Church, Hanapepe. (808) 335-5135.

Wilcox Hosp. Aux. Thrift, Lihue. (808) 245-2254


Encore, Lahaina. (808) 661-5533.

Ka Lima Store (The),  Wailuku. (808) 244-9535

Plumerias, Kihei. (808) 874-8744.

Salvation Army-Kahului (808) 877-3074; Kihei (808) 875-8065; Lahaina (808) 661-0375. Pick-up (808) 877-3074.

Savers, 326 Hanamau, Kahului. (808) 871-7244.

The Rainbow Attic, Kihei. (808) 874-0884.


AESC Thrift Shop. Kane’ohe. (808) 254-0841

Assistance League of Hawaii. (808) 531-6666.

CPO Spouses’ Thrift. (808) 682-5116, (808) 689-0867.

Central Union Church Thrift. (808) 941-0957.

Changes. (808) 944-1039.

Comme Ci Comme Ca.  (808) 734-8869.

Consignment Closet.  (808) 988-7442.

Family of God Thrift Shop. (808) 842-4546

Goodwill. 536-4115; (808) 842-1000

Holy Nativity Episcopal Thrift. (808) 373-3744.

Iolani School Thrift Shop. (808) 943-2292.

Jan’s Secret Closet. (808) 739-1774.

KCAA Preschools Thrift Shop. (808) 941-9414.

Kailua United Methodist Thrift/Gift. (808) 261-6238.

Kapahulu Center Thrift Shop. (808) 737-1748.

La Pietra Thrift Shop. (808) 922-2744.

Leahi Hospital Thrift Shop. (808) 733-8000.

Moiliili Community Ctr Thrift. (808) 942-0595.

Owl’s Nest Thrift Shop. (808) 973-5683.

Parker United Methodist Church Thrift Shop, Kane’ohe. (808) 247-3250.

Penny Pinchers Thrift Shop. Windward United Church of Christ, Kane’ohe. (808) 254-3802.

Punahou School Thrift Shop. (808) 944-5848.

Pzazz. Range of prices/sizes. (808) 955-5800.

R. Shafter Thrift Shop. Ft Shafter. (808) 438-1541.

Salvation Army 522-8460, (808) 832-0211. Kailua 266-2555. Kane’ohe (808) 233-1313. Wahiawa 621-7083. Waipahu (808) 671-0102.

Savers 842-0061. Kailua (808) 254-1118.

St. Anthony’s Catholic Parish Thrift Shop, Kailua. (808) 266-2226.

St. Francis Hospice Rainbow Thrift Shop. (808) 943-2175.

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Thrift Shop. Wai’anae. (808) 696-5772

Schofield Barracks Thrift Shop.  (808) 624-3254.

Star of the Sea Thrift Shop. (808) 732-6836

The Tank. Punahou School. (808) 944-5752.

The Ultimate You. (808) 591-8388.

UH Thrift. Validated parking. (808) 956-7418

Waikiki Community Ctr Thrift. (808) 923-1802.

YWCA—Y’s Shopper Thrift. (808) 538-7061.

There are no related articles for this article

Hawaii & Maui Travel Guide: Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places To Stay

Hawaii ShoppingAuthor: Emily Dyer

Buy Now
Description : Hawaii is called the Big Island to avoid confusion with the archipelago and is the largest of the Hawaii islands. It is home to the volcanos Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa (which is the largest volcano in the world) and has unique green sand beaches. Kailua-Kona is the busiest town on the leeward side and nearby is the tourist area on the Kohala Coast. Hilo is the largest town on the windward side of the island. Maui is the second largest...Read More

Victoria's Secret Supermodel Essentials Canvas Beach Shopping Gym Shoulder Tote Bag - Aloha Hawaii

Hawaii ShoppingManufacturer: Victoria's Secret
Offers - Buy New From: $69.50
Buy Now
Description : Victoria's Secret Supermodel Essentials Hawaii Beach Shopping Gym Shoulder Tote BagRead More

Paradise Found Jungle Bird Red Tom Selleck Magnum PI Hawaiian Shirt,X-Large

Hawaii ShoppingOffers - Buy New From: $59.00
Buy Now
Description : A tropically inspired line of Aloha wear featuring designs of the Hawaiian island lifestyle. Choose from a variety of casual tropical shirts and dresses for men and ladies. Larger sizing to 4X is available.Read More

English Arabic Chinese (Traditional) French German Indonesian Italian Japanese Portuguese Russian Spanish

Honolulu Weather

Mostly cloudy



Mostly cloudy
Humidity: 60%
Wind: ENE at 18 mph
71°F / 81°F
Mostly sunny
69°F / 82°F
68°F / 82°F
66°F / 78°F

Quick Island Info


Waikiki beach & Diamond Head on Oahu Some consider the island of Oahu to be the prettiest of the islands. From the sandy beaches of Waikiki, to the majesty of Diamond Head, and the inland...

Things to do on Oahu Oahu has it all. From the glitzy, busy lifestyle of Oahu and Waikiki, to the historical aspects of Pearl Harbor and Hawai'ian culture, to nature trails,...

Hiking on Oahu Oahu offers a bit of everything for the hiker. From easy hikes, to more crowded touristy hikes (Diamond Head Crater), to very challenging hikes. And...

Camping on the island of Oahu When one thinks of Oahu, one tends to think of Honolulu skyscrapers and Waikiki beaches. But the island includes many secluded areas and lovely beaches...


Island Falls on the island of Maui The island of Maui is known as the heart chakra of the Hawai'ian islands and the energy of love is greatly present... from the healing provided by Nature...

Hiking Haleakala on Maui On Maui you can hike up at 10,000 feet where you will be above the clouds, or you can hike at sea level, whether by the ocean on impeccable sandy beaches,...

Things to do on the island of Maui Whether your interests center in nature, spirituality, history, wine-making, or something else, Maui has a lot to offer. From the eastern side of the...

Camping on the island of Maui, Hawaii Camping on the island of Maui can range from desert-type settings such as at the Haleakala Volcano Crater, to the beach or tropical settings on the rest...


Relaxing on the island of Kauai In the system that classifies the Hawai'ian islands according to chakras, Kaua'i is the third eye (sixth chakra). Thus it has connotations and connections...

Things to do on Kauai The island of Kauai invites the visitor to its rounded mountains softened with years of erosion. You can visit a fern grotto, farm homesteads and plantations,...

Kauai Hiking Trails: Wailua Falls Kaua'i offers perhaps the most diverse choice of hiking trails of the Hawai'ian islands. It has its own "Grand Canyon" (Waimea Canyon) in the south,...

Camping site on the island of Kauai Kauai's climate ranges from the lush tropical settings of the North shore to the dry arid beaches of the south. The government of Hawaii provides sheltered...


Green Beach on the Big Island of Hawaii   The Big Island has a variety of attractions for the Nature Lover. From the beaches which range from white, green, or black sand, to the mountain...

Things to do on the Big Island The Big Island offers many options for the visitor, and of course no visit would be complete without a visit to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park or...

Hiking on the Big Island: Pololu Valley Awini Trail The Big Island offers a variety of hiking choices for the beginner as well as the experienced hiker. You can hike up to the edge of mountains and volcanic...

Camping on the Big Island of Hawaii The Big Island offers a wide variety of camping choices... from the black lava rock, to the lush tropics of the eastern shore, to the sandy beaches of...


Rainbow over the island of Molokai Molokai is known for its slow pace of life, for its awesome geography, its friendly people, and for Father Damien and his work with the lepers of Kalaupapa....

Things to do on the island of Molokai Molokai prides itself on being the "slower" Hawaiian island, one where the pace of life is still the way it was before modernisation came in and sped...

Hiking on the island of Molokai The island of Molokai is known worldwide due to Father Damian and his work on a secluded section of the island with the lepers at Kalaupapa. However,...

Camping in Molokai: Pala Molokai offers country parks and state parks for the camping enthusiasts. This is one of the less populated and less visited island thus providing you...

Molokai Beach While Molokai may be one of the less visited islands of the Hawaiian chain, it nevertheless has some beautiful scenery and beaches. Papohaku Beach is...


Spinner Dolphins on the island of Lanai Lanai is one of the less visited islands due to the fact that for many years as it was mostly a huge plantation for the Dole company. However, as time...

Things to do on the island of Lanai While Lanai is not a very highly visited Hawai'ian island, it nevertheless offers a choice of activities for the visitor. Whether you prefer hiking or...

Hiking on the island of Lanai  Lanai does not offer a lot of hiking trails. The Munro Trail is an easier hike while the Kuolanai is classified as rugged and dangerous. The Koloiki...