Travel to Hawaii

Traveling to Hawaii can be an exciting and unforgettable experience. Here are some tips to help you plan your trip:

Plan your itinerary: Hawaii is made up of several islands, so you'll want to decide which ones you want to visit and what you want to see and do. Some of the most popular destinations include Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island.

Book your flights and accommodations early: Once you have a rough idea of your itinerary, you'll want to start booking your flights and accommodations. We can assist you with so many options available, from hotels and resorts to vacation rentals and bed and breakfasts.

Pack accordingly: Hawaii's climate is warm and tropical, so you'll want to pack light, breathable clothing, flip-flops and a hat. Also, if you plan to go hiking or explore the islands' natural beauty, you'll want to bring sturdy hiking shoes and some insect repellent.

Bring reef-safe sunscreen: It’s critical for maintaining the health of Hawaii’s coral reefs and marine life. There is a very common sunscreen ingredient, Oxybenzene, which kills the coral that all sea life and tropical fish depend on for nutrients. In fact, using sunscreen that is not reef-safe is actually illegal in Hawaii.

Consider renting a car: While public transportation is available in Hawaii, renting a car, scooter or bike can give you more flexibility and freedom to explore the islands at your own pace.

Explore the local culture: Hawaii has a rich and diverse culture that is worth exploring. From traditional Hawaiian music and dance to local cuisine and arts, there is something for everyone.

Respect the environment: Hawaii is known for its natural beauty, so it's important to be respectful and responsible when exploring the islands. Follow the "leave no trace" principle and be mindful of the impact you have on the environment.

Embrace the "Malama" spirit: What exactly is “Malama”? It literally means “to take care of” in Hawaiian. And this philosophy is deeply rooted with locals, experienced travelers and within the Hawaiian culture.

Stay safe: Like any destination, it's important to stay safe while traveling in Hawaii. Be aware of your surroundings, follow safety guidelines, and avoid risky activities like swimming in rough waters or hiking in dangerous conditions.

Overall, traveling to Hawaii can be an incredible adventure! With some planning and preparation, you can make the most of your trip and create memories that will last a lifetime.