The Hawaii Experience

November is here and that means they holiday season begins in Hawaii. This is my favorite time of year because the weather starts to cool off just a little bit and the sun starts to set earlier. While I know it’s difficult to be thinking about spring break when Christmas hasn’t even occurred yet,but now is time to be doing some advanced planning for next year. spring break is one of the busiest times of years in Hawaii and a lot of people overlook that because they think people are choosing other destinations over Hawaii. This couldn’t be farther from the truth and I can’t tell you how many people are disappointed when they wait to the last minute to book for the spring break. You might want to think about your spring break vacation is being your Christmas present. That might be all the motivation you need.

If you want to get the most out of your way vacation you should definitely have a cultural experience of some kind while you’re here. Research tells us that people who experience a festival or cultural event are more likely to return. If you think about it, that makes sense. So we is visited attractions in the islands evoke some emotion. Whether it’s a somber visit to Pearl Harbor or hearing native Hawaiians chant to the gods, participating in the culture here will change your life. I share with you a recent itinerary we created for some executives coming from Asia that really can be done by anyone who wishes to come here to the islands.