When a local news station wants expert advice on Hawaii travels, who better to call than our very own Bruce Fisher?
KHON2 News reported on the challenges visitors face when coming to Hawaii, including expensive rates for hotel rooms and activities of fun under the sun. As Bruce suggests in the story, visitors should look for bundled packages, such as airfare and car or hotel and activities. There’s more money in these kind of packages, so travel companies can offer more discounts.
Bruce has been in the travel industry for years, creating Hawaii Aloha Travel (HAT) with his wife Yaling Fisher. Together, they spend their days telling visitors about Hawaii, helping them make their dream vacations to the islands come true. Bruce and Yaling pretty much are the bomb dot com.
Being in the industry for so long, Bruce says that there will eventually be a tipping point when people say, “I can’t afford to go to Hawaii.” He is already seeing this trend, noting that many visitors choose to travel on a budget.
That’s why HAT offers ways for visitors to save while vacationing – whether it be on airfare or hotel.