How to Go Hawaii on the Cheap (part 2)!
Continued from Part 1
There are plenty of strategies out there to help interested visitors see everything that Hawaii has to offer them, while also saving enough money to get back home. Here are the rest of our tips.
3. Consider All-inclusive tour options, even if they aren’t the most cheap Hawaii vacation packages you come across. Even if the sticker price is higher on an all-inclusive trip to Hawaii, you may end up saving money by including the extras there as opposed to trying to price everything out. Plus you might have a lot more fun.
4. Start looking early. If you are interested early enough you can sign up for alerts from any number of travel sites including various airlines, Travelzoo, Expedia, Priceline, Travelocity. The longer you wait the more likely you are to come across a deeply discounted special that can save your vacation budget! But always be sure to read these offers carefully and check out the fine print. Sometimes offerings aren’t what they seem and the details can end up costing you a lot after you have committed.
5. Plan your go-to sites and pick the island accordingly. This one comes up a surprising amount. Hawaii is a collection of islands, which means that if you find a sweet resort on Kauai you aren’t going to be able to simply drive to Big Island to see the Volcano. Inter-Island tour options are available and Discover Hawaii Tours is really proud of their different offerings, but if you don’t plan on an inter-island tour ahead of time it can spoil some of your fun. Pick your island and if you still want to see the sites on the other islands, take a look at the inter-Island tours and Hawaii Family Vacation Packages at DiscoverHawaiiTours.com!
6. When all else fails, try going last minute. Sometimes when distinct flights or vacation packages to Hawaii don’t sell, the vendor will put them on the internet for a song. If you can’t afford regular prices but you have some flexibility in your schedule—jump on them! You’ll have the same wonderful experience, the vendor will be happy to have you, and you’ll save a lot of money. And if you are worried about your spouse or partner, perhaps a spontaneous trip to Hawaii would be even more welcome than a planned one.
As always feel free to contact Discover Hawaii Tours at 1-808-690-9050 with any questions about visiting and touring the Aloha Islands!
Written By: Leo Malagon