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Hawaii is on most people’s list of must-see destinations. In November of 2015, we were able to check if off our list! We visited three islands: Kauai, Oahu, and Maui during a two-week vacation. Each island is unique and beautiful, and we want to help you maximize your visit to the islands! Follow along with the guides below to find out how to get to Hawaii for $33 per person, and then island hop for $5 per person!!
UPDATE: In 2017, we visited the Big Island to complete our sweep of the four major Hawaiian islands. Guides will be added below.
Learn how to book your very own Hawaiian vacation for 25,000 Ultimate Reward points + $33 per person! Add a stopover en route to Hawaii for even more adventures.
We recap ten things to keep in mind to maximize your time in Hawaii. You will definitely want to read through this before booking your trip.
Come along with us for five amazing days on the garden island of Kauai, including a helicopter tour, two breweries, a coffee plantation, a coastal hike, ocean-front golf, and more!
Just over two days on Oahu means we packed a ton of goodness into a small amount of time. Visit Pearl Harbor, hike the Lanakai pillboxes, see the sunrise from Diamondhead Crater, and more!
Spend five luxurious days on Maui at the Waldorf Grand Wailea. Adventures include driving the Road to Hana, snorkeling with sea turtles, eating a 3lb Hawaiian Spiny Lobster, and of course, more!
Big Island Guide – Part 1 – Views & Lava
Big Island Guide – Part 2 – Volcanoes National Park
Big Island Guide – Part 3 – Manta Rays, South Point, Kona Coast, and more
This three-part guide to the Big Island covers scenic viewpoints, waterfalls, Volcanoes National Park, cliff diving, manta ray night diving, coffee tasting, and more!
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