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Molokai and Lanai Must Dos

Today’s podcast we have some interesting news for all you Hawaii enthusiast listeners...

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Hawaii Group Travel Tips

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.

My favorite quaint little towns on Maui

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My Picks for Hawaii Vacation Island Combos

If you're coming to Hawaii for vacation, consider expanding your trip by planning a multi island package. Traveling to two different islands is the best way to get the most out of Hawaii, especially because each island offers something so totally different from the next. The only problem is, how do you choose which islands to travel to? Especially if you've never been to Hawaii or are unfamiliar with the neighboring islands. So what's the best way to figure out which two islands to visit during your vacation? We're giving you a run down on a few of the best mix n match combos of the Hawaiian chain! For a complete change: Oahu and Big Island. Oahu is bustling with the state's capitol, but also has some incredible counterparts on the north and east sides. Lively and crowded, Oahu offers a timeless vacation in the hub of Hawaii, while Big Island gives vacationers a unique look of the archipelago. You can see waterfalls, volcanoes, a metropolitan city, black sand beaches, white sand beaches, and quaint shopping towns by combining these two islands together. It's great for the traveler who wants a complete switch up from one island to the next.