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Hawaii has so much to offer and can be a challenge deciding where to go on your first visit. Whether you’re seeking pristine beaches, beautiful tropical rainforests, observing active volcanoes, playing golf and relaxing at a beautiful beach resort, swimming or surfing, Hawaii has it all! When visiting Hawaii for the first time, we recommend the Island of Oahu; this Island is the most developed and has the highest number of daily and direct flights. Oahu also provides the most extensive variety of accommodation options from private vacation homes to large five-star hotels, prices also vary, so there’s something for every budget in Oahu. It is also an ideal location to travel with children because of the vast number of child-friendly activities available.


Hawaii is a group of volcanic Islands on the Pacific coast. It is an archipelago consisting of eight main islands: Niihau, Oahu, Molokai, Maui, Kauai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and the Big Island of Hawaii. The most populated of the Islands is Oahu with over 900,000 inhabitants, followed by The Big Island of Hawaii with a population of over 180,000 and Maui with a population of over 140,000. The total population of the fascinating Hawaii Islands is over 1.4 million. Hawaii is the 50th state to be admitted to the Union of the United States; this was done in 1959, making the Hawaii Islands one of two non-contiguous states, the other is Alaska.


There are currently three active volcanoes in Hawaii; Maunaloa and Kilauea found in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Loihi, which is an underwater volcano located off the coast of the big island of Hawaii.



​Hawaii has warm weather throughout the year, making the Island an appealing option for tourist all year round. The peak season for visitors run from December to mid-April, during this time, the beaches tend to be crowded, and the pricing tends to be higher. The Spring Season (April – June) is probably the best time to visit Hawaii since you get the best deals, the beaches are not as crowded, and the weather is phenomenal!



Hawaii is warm throughout the year; the summer months are hot and slightly dry with temperatures rising to over 90 degrees at times. The weather in spring and fall is also warm ranging from 70- 85 degrees, winters can be wet, with a little more rainfall than the other seasons but the temperature remains at acceptable levels never falling below 50 degrees.



  • Visit Pearl Harbor

  • Witness a live volcano eruption

  • Go surfing

  • Visit Waimea Canyon

  • Enjoy the nightlife in Honolulu

  • Whale Watching

  • Go snorkeling

  • Pamper yourself at one of the alluring resorts

  • Relax with your special someone or family at a secluded vacation home

  • Visit a green sand beach

  • Visit stunning waterfalls on the Hamakua Coast

  • Do a Kona Coffee Farm Tour

  • Go kayaking on Kuai’s serene rivers

  • Play some golf on a stunning course right by the ocean - Visit the alluring Kailua

  • stretch of beach in Oahu.



If you are traveling to Hawaii with your family, you should book a resort with child-friendly activities such as pools and kids clubs and amenities such as kitchens to prepare your meals. Another suggestion is to visit Hawaii outside of the busy season to alleviate long waits for shows and other events that your children will enjoy. We also recommend allowing your children to take home a memento from their Hawaii vacation to serve as a positive memory from your trip.



  • Language – Hawaii has two official languages, Hawaiian and English

  • Money – The official currency in Hawaii is US dollars

  • Tipping – Standard tipping is 15% of the total bill for meals and 1-2 dollars for drinks, housekeeping and bellhop services.

  • Passport and Visa requirements – If you’re a United States citizen or legal resident, you do not need a passport to travel to Hawaii. A government-issued form of identification will suffice.

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