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Five Tips for an Amazing Trip to Hawaii


Do you know that Hawaii is one of the cheapest places to visit? As a matter of fact, some travel companies are offering $80 a day travel to those who are able to schedule their holiday ahead of time. Even if you're not so concerned about money, you should still make preparations in advance, after all, you wouldn't want to spend your precious time determining what to do and where to go, would you?

In this article, you will find some advice that can help make your Hawaiian trip as pleasant as possible.

First Tip

There's really no bad time to go to Hawaii because you'll still find good warm weather, even in the winter months. Rain isn't really a major problem as rain showers are typically short-lived in this place, and after that, you'll also get a rainbow treat, but some people prefer to weigh the crowd and the expense of choosing the best time to get there.

For those who want the least crowd and the lowest cost of food and holiday homes, the best time is between May and September. The end of April to October is also pretty sweet, but you're going to have to compete with more people for a beach spot. Most couples want to go to Hawaii in early June before the kids get out of school in the US.

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Second Tip

Wondering if you're going to rent a car in Hawaii? It actually depends on where you're going to stay. You don't really need a rental car in Waikiki/Honolulu, particularly because traffic and finding a parking space can be challenging. If you remain outside of Waikiki, it's a good idea to get a rental car because it's going to be a great help in sightseeing and might even save you money.

Oahu has the best transportation system in Hawaii so if you don't mind transferring buses, then you can use TheBus. If you are staying in Kauai, Maui, and the Big Island, it is best to get a rental car because getting from one place to another can be tricky. In Lanai, you can travel using the shuttle for a flat fee of $35 for unlimited rides so renting a car is not necessary, but you might want to rent a Jeep to see the best sights which can only be accessed by a 4-wheel drive.

Third Tip

Hawaii is the best place to relax and a spa trip is a must. You can even go on a helicopter ride and enjoy the beauty of the ocean from above. It's best to read feedback so you can get the most out of your big-ticket activities.

Fourth Tip

If you are celebrating a special event like a honeymoon or anniversary, you would also want to read reviews to get help in finding the best restaurants in Hawaii. You can find places where you have a great view of the sunset and a delicious meal if only you do your homework in advance.

Fifth Tip

If you're out of sightseeing or even snorkeling, be sure to cover your valuables. If you have a rental car, make sure the doors and windows are closed. It would also help to keep your valuables out of sight so as not to attack your attention.

When you are planning to go in the water, carry a waterproof case where you can put your valuables. Walmart and Target have a couple of cheap waterproof cases you can purchase before you leave for your vacation. You can also try learning how to be a polite visitor to Hawaii, after all, you are going there to relax and enjoy, and what better to do just that but to be on good terms with people who will be your hosts for the next couple of days or so.

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Jaya Mckeown

Jaya Mckeown - Jaya moved to Boston from New York to pursue a master's degree in corporate communications at Emerson College. This experience, combined with her undergraduate degree in psychology and teaching, has equipped her with valuable skills that she employs on a daily basis in real estate negotiations, homebuyer and seller education, and successful promotion of the team's listings. Jaya's clients often characterize her as meticulous, proactive, and enjoyable to be around.

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