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Plan a Hawaii trip!

Plan a tropical getaway in Hawaii!
A magnificent royal blue sky mixes with rainbow-colored tropical gardens. Pacific waves roll onto an endless white sand beach. World-class resorts pamper your every wish. This is truly America's Paradise ... the breathtaking Hawaiian Islands. Explore everything from lush valleys to quiet bays. Enjoy some of the endless activities like horseback riding along the beaches or snorkeling among the colorful reef fish. Experience the true spirit of "Aloha" in Hawaii!

Keep in mind when you’re planning a trip to Hawaii that you have an archipelago of nineteen islands and atolls to choose from. The Hawaiian Islands below are the best known for vacations.

Planning a trip to Oahu: "The Gathering Place" - Oahu is the home of the State Capitol and the majority of Hawaii’s population. The most popular travel destination in the Hawaiian chain, visitors enjoy all the cultural amenities of Honolulu or can find peace and serenity outside of Waikiki if that is what you desire.

Planning a trip to Kauai: "The Garden Isle" - Kauai is oldest island in the chain, graced with a dramatic, natural beauty. It is also one of the smaller islands with a laid back atmosphere and great sandy beaches.

Planning a trip to Maui: "The Valley Isle" - Maui is the second largest island in the chain and has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Humpback whales travel to Maui shores in the winter months.

Planning a Trip to Hawaii: "The Big Island" - Hawaii is vast enough to hold 11 of the world’s 13 climatic zones and is home to active volcanoes on the southeast coast.

Planning a trip to Lanai: A true island getaway for luxury, romance and privacy. Lanai is the ideal travel destination for those who want to escape the crowds.

Planning a trip to Molakai: “The Friendly Isle”. An island that has preserved it’s connection with the past. This is the place to just sit back and relax and live like one of the "locals".
Not sure where to start planning a trip to Hawaii?  Ask a travel agent specializing in Hawaii Vacations to help you plan the ultimate vacation to Hawaii.  We have travel agents who have visited the Hawaiian Islands over 15 times!

Hawaii Travel Tips from the Experts!

For the savvy shoppers, try to plan your stay in Waikiki on Wed, Sat or Sun so that you can take advantage of the ALOHA STADIUM SWAP MEET.  Open three days a week, they offer endless rows of over 700 local merchants offering the best value on imported merchandise, hand made items, eclectic art pieces, popular local snacks, and other made in Hawaii products. This is sure to be your one stop destination to find that special gift or souvenir for everyone on your list.
-Debbi Haney, Travel Specialist

Many of the hotels in Waikiki are across the street from and easily accessible to the beach.  The prices are normally lower than a hotel on the beach.  Request a high floor for better views too! 
-Barbara Anderson, Travel Specialist

Hawaii is an awesome destination, however I would not recommend traveling in January or February, because this is the rainy season. Also, in Honolulu a must see is the Polynesian Cultural Center and Pearl Harbor.
-Sherrie Stroh, Travel Specialist

I always recommend clients to buy the entertainment book for Hawaii for many dining discounts etc.
-Kathi Madison, Travel Specialist

If you go to Hawaii you should definitely try to go to more than one island.  Also make sure you have enough time over there (anywhere from 8 -10 nights).  That way you can really do it right.  It is a trip of a lifetime... so why rush through it?
-Kathy Grant, Travel Specialist

Plan on visiting Oahu first.  Honolulu, which no one should miss, is a very busy, big city and it's nice to get the hustle and bustle done first, so you can relax on the other laidback islands.
-Colleen Alsberg, Fox World Travel Tour Manager

Highlighted Hawaii Cruises and Tours

If you're interested in a standard flight + hotel Hawaii package with Funjet Vacations or American Express Vacations, please search online using the vacation package search tool to the right, or call 888-369-8785.

While You’re Planning a Trip to Hawaii, Make Sure Not to Miss:

  • A horseback or carriage ride into the Big Island’s Waipio Valley, an ancient gorge sacred to the Hawaiians, where taro is still cultivated as it was by the original Polynesian settlers who set foot here more than a thousand years ago.
  • Ringing the enormous bell at Oahu’s stunning Byodo  - In temple, a replica of a 900-year-old building in Uji, Japan, with a gorgeous green mountain backdrop.
  • Seeing some of the best hula dancers in the state at the dance’s traditional birthplace on rural Molokai at the three-day Molokai Ka Hula Piko festival in May.

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