Friday, April 12, 2013

How To Stretch Your Honeymoon Budget In Hawaii

When it comes to the world’s most beautiful places, the islands of Hawaii are certainly some of the most talked about holidaying hotspots. At over 2,000 miles away from any continent, Hawaii may seem like a long way to travel for some rest and recuperation, but once you get there, you’ll soon realise that the journey was well worth the effort. From the glorious climate to the exciting culture, millions of people visit Hawaii every year, and although the islands represent the pinnacle of Pacific Ocean luxury, that doesn’t mean you have to break the bank to have an amazing time.

Hawaii is one of the very few places that actually lives up to its heavenly description, and even though it’s one of the most popular destinations for American tourists, it remains as tranquil, idyllic and un-commercialised as when it was first discovered. The first European explorer to stumble across the Hawaii was Captain James Cook in 1778, however archaeological evidence suggests the Islands were first inhabited around 300AD.

When it comes to honeymooning, newlyweds are usually looking to stretch their money as far as possible. Although Hawaii will always be the playground for world’s rich and powerful, that doesn’t mean there aren’t affordable options for couples looking to enjoy their first weeks of marriage. From airfares to luxury accommodation, turn your holidaying dreams into reality by making best use of your honeymoon budget.

Choosing The Right Time To Travel

If you want to save as much money as possible on your honeymoon to Hawaii, then picking the right time to travel is essential. As the islands are very popular with American families, flights to Hawaii during school dates will ensure you get the lowest airfares.

If you fly between May and September – the dates where your children will be at school – you’ll be able to stretch your honeymoon budget furtherer while still benefitting from Hawaii’s amazing weather and exciting activities. From scuba diving to rock climbing, honeymooning while your kids are at schools remains one of the best ways to save money in Hawaii. Furthermore, if you fly mid-week, between Monday and Thursday, you’ll be able to avoid airline surcharges!

Stay Longer In One Place

Staying longer on one of the islands of Hawaii will also help you to pinch the pennies when honeymooning in Hawaii. Although the islands have many luxurious resorts, if you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all! This means you can stay in the same place while still seeing all the great elements of Hawaii. Additionally, if you show your loyalty to the same resort for longer than your expected stay, they’re more inclined to offer you one or two free night’s stay over the course of a week!

Honolulu

The island of Honolulu, compared to all of the other islands, is a lot cheaper, from accommodation to food, activities to historical tours. Furthermore, as Honolulu is a small island, you and your partner can walk everywhere, meaning there’s no need to rent a car – more savings!

1 comment:

Dylann Andre said...

These are wonderful tips. Hawaii is one of the places I would love to spend a good vacation with my family.