Tips and Tracks for travel in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Tips and Tracks for travel in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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HAWAII TRAVEL TIPS

HAWAII TRAVEL TIPS

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Preparing for Your Trip to Hawaii, Hawaii

Book Hawaii Hotel and Air Separately

It's like buying a TV with a built-in DVD player. If one component ends-up not working, then the unit as a whole doesn't work. Finding the ideal combination of, or making changes to a package deal, can be restrictive, difficult, frustrating and time-consuming. And just because most ads for package deals to Hawaii tout that you will save money, you may find otherwise. Also, you may get a better flight to Hawaii, without spending more, when you purchase your airline ticket to Hawaii separately. Yes, a Hawaii vacation package could be ideal, but we like to urge savvy travelers to check into the alternative. You can easily check Hawaii hotel room prices on i4hawaii.com when doing your research.

Packing for Your Hawaii Trip

Be sure to pack for the climate in Hawaii and also for the season. Bring breathable natural fabrics for hot weather, and layers that can be added or removed for cooler weather. Remember that summers and winters are opposite in the Southern Hemisphere, with summer in December and winter in July.

Bring a Map of Hawaii

Don't leave home without it! If you don't know Hawaii well, it will be a huge advantage to buy a Hawaii map and look it over prior to your trip. You'll be surprised how much you remember about the major streets and areas of Hawaii once you've studied the map and gotten the big picture. It will help you get your bearings once you've arrived. Whichever attractions in Hawaii you want to see, you'll have a better idea of where they are from your hotel and how to get there. Check the brochure rack in the hotel lobby for what to do in Hawaii. There might even be a map of Hawaii tourist attractions.

Check the Weather in Hawaii

Before you embark on your trip to Hawaii, search Hawaii weather on a search engine and find the 10-day forecast for Hawaii. It could help you decide which Hawaii tourist attraction to see and do on which day.

Taking a Computer to Hawaii

There are benefits of taking your computer with you on vacation, such as staying in touch with family and friends and making or canceling reservations on the go. Take advantage of the internet in your Hawaii hotel, or if unavailable, locate the closest internet cafe.

Hawaii Travel Journal

You may like to keep a small travel journal or notebook for your trip to Hawaii to jot down place names, dates and phone numbers of newly acquired friends. These reminders will also be useful if you'd like to blog about your trip to Hawaii after you return home.

When You Arrive in Hawaii

Check Your Room When You Arrive in Hawaii

Now, immediately, is the time to be sure you are happy with your room. If ANYTHING is bugging you, now is the time to ask for a different room or to have any issues cleared immediately. After you've spent the night, or even hours in your room, is NOT the time. Speaking of bugging you, it is a good idea to check the bed thoroughly. Yes, it can happen to any hotel, anywhere. Even the very best and very cleanest of hotels in Hawaii could fall victim because the critters can travel the world in people's luggage. So now you can unpack, order extra towels, look at prices on the room service menu and start enjoying Hawaii.

Restaurants in Hawaii

Isn't going out for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner a favorite thing to do for just about everyone and especially when on vacation? You might want to actually think about your Hawaii restaurant route ahead of time to avoid - Where do you want to go? I don't know, where do you want to go?- To find a restaurant in Hawaii that suits your fancy each day, peruse the Hawaii Yellow Pages and ask friendly locals or other visitors for recommendations.

Things to do in Hawaii

You probably based your vacation trip to Hawaii because of what there is to see and to do in Hawaii. But it never hurts to check a little further in case there is an attraction you don't know about. Check the brochure rack in the hotel lobby for What To Do in Hawaii. There might also be a map of Hawaii attractions. You know... the maps with the cute pictures on them. Just one more Hawaii souvenir to take home!

Dining Out In Hawaii

Don't be afraid to try regional cuisine in Hawaii. When dining out, ask about local Hawaii specialties. You'll find that locally sourced ingredients make for the freshest and tastiest meals, and you'll be paying a compliment to your host city in honoring their traditions.

Festivals in Hawaii

Local holidays in Hawaii may have an effect on the availability of some amenities or attractions, but local Hawaii festivals or parades will add to the enjoyment of your trip making Hawaii even more memorable.

Celebrations in Hawaii

No matter what time of year you're visiting Hawaii, there are amazing events to make your trip unforgettable. Contact the Chamber of Commerce or Visitors Authority in Hawaii and ask for calendar of local events. This information may also be available on the website for Hawaii. This will help you plan your activities to include local festivities you would like to participate in.

Souvenirs from Hawaii

Don't forget the folks at home. Purchasing small souvenirs or gifts in Hawaii will save you money over airport gift shop prices, and will be appreciated by friends and loved ones who were unable to be with you in Hawaii.

Side-trips in Hawaii

Spontaneous side trips in Hawaii can be made with the help of your hotel concierge, or a local Hawaii travel agent. So don't worry about having to plan out every detail of your trip to Hawaii before you leave.

Must See Sights in Hawaii

If you are visiting Hawaii for the first time make sure you decide on the Must See Sights and plan your itinerary accordingly. Guide books on Hawaii can be an invaluable resource, listing directions, hours of operation and entrance fees.

Hawaii Transportation

Driving in Hawaii

If you plan to drive in Hawaii it's best to reserve your rental car in advance. Not only will you get the best rates, but you will be assured of a vehicle being available for you, rather than taking your chances upon arrival. Make note that speed limits and other rules of the road may vary in Hawaii and may differ from those you are accustomed to.

Public Transportation in Hawaii

Subways, commuter trains, trams, monorails, cable cars, taxis, buses and ferries are all modes of public transportation. Not only is it convenient when traveling, but usually it's an adventure! When traveling around Hawaii, you'll want to make the most of what is available and what might be, well...an adventure! Be sure to research Hawaii transportation online, in advance, or speak with the concierge at your hotel.

Taxis in Hawaii, Additional Hawaii Tips

When using taxis in Hawaii make sure they are legitimate and licensed. Public transportation in Hawaii is a viable alternative to taxis and will give you the opportunity to talk to locals who can give you pointers for great restaurants and side trips.

Medical Insurance in Hawaii

If your health insurance provider does not provide coverage for Hawaii, look into purchasing medical insurance for travelers so that you are covered in case of emergency.

Security in Hawaii Hotels

If your hotel room provides an in-room safe, be sure to use it for personal valuables and papers. Otherwise ask the hotel staff about safety deposit boxes. Always remember to thoroughly check all drawers, safes and closets before you leave your Hawaii hotel room so as not to leave anything behind.

Health Precautions in Hawaii

Waterless hand sanitizers are a boon to travelers, include travel size containers when you pack for your trip to Hawaii. These will come in very handy when eating on the go during your sightseeing adventures.

Safety in Hawaii

Use common sense when in Hawaii as you would anywhere. Don't draw unwanted attention by carrying excessive amounts of cash or wearing expensive jewelry. Avoid undesirable areas and stick with your group.

Prescription Medications in Hawaii

Be sure to bring with you to Hawaii any and all prescription medications. Pay close attention to airport security regulations for medications, your prescriptions must be contained in their original, clearly labeled containers. It's also a good idea to carry a list of your medications and wear a MedicAlert for any medical conditions.

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