Hawaii is one of those dream vacation spots almost everyone wants to visit someday. That day is coming up very soon for you, and that’s so exciting! If you’ve never been to the islands before, then you are probably feeling a little overwhelmed with the planning process. Here are some steps you should follow to make your planning much less stressful.
Step 1: Decide which island(s) you want to visit
Six main islands make up Hawaii, and they are all different. There are many different things to do on each island, and they all have their own big selling points. For example, Maui is known as the honeymooner’s isle because it is slower and more laid back compared to the other islands. You really can’t experience Hawaii without seeing all the islands, so make sure you stay long enough to experience as many as you can.
Step 2: Decide when you want to go
The time of year you go to Hawaii will certainly impact your experience. High season runs from mid November through April, and that’s when most people visit. This will affect your airfare, room rental rate, etc.
Step 3: Find a place to stay
There are tons of places to stay on the many islands of Hawaii. You can stay in several different beach vacation rentals like Big Island long term rentals, Waikoloa long term rentals, Kohala long term rentals, and more! Where you stay on the island will have a huge impact on your trip, so you want to make sure your vacation home away from home is exactly what you’re looking for.
Step 4: Plan activities
There are so many things to do in Hawaii, so make an itinerary for yourself to fully optimize your time. If there is something special you want to do, make sure you book it in advance. Popular tours and excursions book up quickly, and you don’t want to miss anything.
Roughly 37% of families say that vacations make them happy, which makes it the activity that makes families the happiest. You and your family will definitely experience some joy while staying at your Big Island long term rentals. The history, traditions, culture, and sunshine will never leave you, even after you leave Hawaii.