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Hawaii Vacation Travel Advice
Hawaii Vacation Travel Advice

Travel is fun, exciting, and at the same time, worrisome. There is a lot that goes into planning a vacation and traveling to a far off destination, and even down to the smallest detail, you want it to be perfect. It might not be that surprising that one of the questions that we get the most is what to bring with you to the islands. Most visitors, especially in the winter, have to bring clothing for different climates with drastically different weather, causing a bit of a headache. Luckily for you, you’ve found us, and we have the Hawaii vacation travel advice that you need to get ready for your trip.

1. Bring Only What You Need
Now that spring and summer are here, there is really no need for a jacket. Some may choose to bring a light jacket or sweatshirt for the nighttime, or if you’re heading out on a deep-sea fishing adventure, but the weather is generally perfect in Hawaii and you will spend your days in shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, and sundresses.

2. Plan Ahead
Making plans is the best way to ensure that your vacation is exactly what you want it to be. Especially when it comes to activities. Nearly 10 million visitors travel to Hawaii each year, so making reservations for the things you want to do is very important. You don't want to miss out on the top activities that you want to do, so make sure you book everything well in advance.

3. Embrace the Aloha Spirit
Aloha is everywhere in Hawaii, and the spirit that it embodies is a way of life throughout the islands. All you have to do is be kind, courteous, smile, use manners, and treat the island and its residence with respect.

4. Ask for Help and Advice
If you really want to find out what to do in Hawaii, ask the locals. They know all the best spots, can help you find your way, and even share stories that only the locals know. You will get the best places to eat and discover secrets that many do not have the luxury of knowing.

5. Experience As Much As You Can
The most likely scenario is that you are only visiting for a short time. Most vacations last for a 7-10 days, and in that time, you can get a lot done. Consider doing everything, try new things, and experience as much of the Hawaiian Islands as you can. It will be well worth it.

Due to the high volume of visitors traveling to Hawaii year round, our Big Island tours and Big Island Activities sell out quickly. In many cases, tours sell out weeks or months in advance. To ensure your spots on tour, we recommend reserving your tours today. Call our office or book online to take advantage of our low price guarantee today.