A getaway to Hawaii isn’t always just for a honeymoon, family vacation or special occasion, it can also be a place for business, meetings or corporate events. In this instance, we like to think Hawaii is the premiere location for group travel, not only because it provides companies with meeting space opportunities and group strengthening activities, but also because we can offer suck great rates on this type of travel. Hawaii Aloha specializes in planning successful and unforgettable group trips to all of the Hawaiian Islands.
Because planning a group trip can be time-consuming and stressful, Hawaii Aloha offers specialty and personal services in this precise area of travel. We make the planning easy! And the best part of booking your group trip through us is we can get the best prices on airfare, accommodations and activities for your group- not to mention we beat the competition.
There is a flip side to group travel however. Is booking a vacation as a ‘group trip’ always the best way to save money? Not necessarily. Traveling in a group of 20+ people will often times grant you the most discounts and amenities. However, group airfare is still recommended for 15+ people. But if the number of travelers drops below 12, we don’t suggest booking airfare together. Unfortunately there is no price advantage with a group of less than 12 people. So as a rule of thumb, for group travel bookings, the more the merrier and the more you save!
From choosing your island destination to finding the best hotel rates to booking the most successful group activities, Hawaii Aloha Travel can provide nearly everything that’s involved in your group travel trip. Does a team building canoe ride sound like a good way to introduce coworkers to one another? Or how about a private luau to impress clients? We can also book meeting and convention space at resorts for an impressive impression. Whatever your group travel purpose is, we can plan it successfully!
Also, if you’re stumped on which island to visit for your trip, let us give you these recommendations. Oahu is our first choice and Maui is our second. Oahu has more restaurants, activities, hotels and accommodations and meeting spaces than any other island, and it tends to be more cost effective. Hawaii’s largest city and the capitol are located on Oahu and is a well-known area for visitors to have daytime and nighttime fun. Maui provides similar amenities but with less options, only because Honolulu (on Oahu) is the business hub of Hawaii. Maui is equal in beauty and high-end resorts however, so it really is a choice based on preference.