Packages for All Inclusive Hawaii Vacations
Palm-fringed blue lagoons, lush rainforests, secluded gardens, crystal-pure waterfalls, wild rivers, rugged canyons, amazing volcanoes, and spectacular beaches: these are just some of the destinations waiting for you in Hawaii. There are hundreds of possibilities when it comes to adventure; equally bountiful are the options for relaxation. Hotels and resorts in the islands often offer great all-inclusive Hawaii vacations with the best itineraries at the best value. The 3-night package at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani starts at $369, at the OHANA Waikiki Beachcomber package prices start at $425. Other all-inclusive packages worth looking up are at Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio ($459, includes 50% off parking), Aston Waikiki Sunset ($465), Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa ($485), Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa ($509), Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel ($545), Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa ($555), Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa ($595), and Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk ($615). For most of these hotels, you wont get charged if you bring along kids aged 17 years and younger.
All Inclusive Hawaii Vacations for Gourmets
Iconic as it may be, lets skip the poi. Pass over the haupia and roast pig as well. Hawaiian cuisine is more than the usual fare usually featured in travel shows and magazines. The cuisine of these islands is a bountiful and complex fusion of the food taken by its immigrants to these beautiful shores. A hearty mix of Filipino, American, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Polynesian and Portuguese influences, and reflects the color and life one can see throughout the islands this is what Hawaiian food is all about. If this sort of fusion is your right up your alley, maybe all inclusive Hawaii vacations are in order for you and your gourmet friends. Sample the variety of foods that can be had at almost every restaurant and diner. Theres the staple Hawaiian plate lunch: a combo of steamed white rice, a salad, kimchee, and several main dish choices that include (amongst a load of other dishes) hamburger steaks, charsiu chicken, tonkatsu, adobo, lumpia, and traditional Hawaiian dishes like lomi salmon and laulau. If you have a taste for refined dining will also find that Hawaii can cater to what you need. Almost 20 years ago, Hawaiis most prominent chefs came together and established Hawaii Regional Cuisine, with the aim of blending Hawaiis diverse, ethnic flavors with other world cuisines. Find out for yourself how this collaboration tastes like. Two of the founding chefs have restaurants on Hawaiis Big Island: Merrimans Restaurant in Waimea, and Roys and Waikoloa Bar & Grill on the Kohala Coast. Just sun, sea, and sand?The flavors here are simply sumptuous.
All Inclusive Hawaii Vacations and National Parks
Nature lovers are guaranteed to have an unforgettable experience in Hawaiis national parks and nature reserves. Here, you can experience nature in its wildest, most pristine state with all inclusive Hawaii vacations. Hawaiis Big Island plays host to a number of parks and wildlife areas. Start with the world-famous Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, also a world heritage site. Try Kalopa State Recreation Area, where you can hike or ride on a two-mile trail, or Laupahoehoe Point Beach Park. Akaka Falls State Park is home to breathtaking Kahuna Falls and the 442-foot Akaka Falls. Hilo offers several attractions as well, such as the Wailuku River State Park, home to Boiling Pots and Rainbow Falls. Also in Hilo are the Wailoa River State Recreation Area and the Liliuokalani Gardens, a Japanese garden park with manicured pathways and reflecting lagoons. Kohala is another great destination with its two important archaeological and historical sites: Lapakahi State Historical Park and Puukohola National Historic Site, home to Hawaiis largest heiau temple.
Backpacker’s All Inclusive Hawaii Vacations
Hawaii has excellent backpacking destinations just waiting to be explored. Kayaking, hiking and surfing are just three of the most enjoyable activities you can do while youre in the islands. There arent too many all inclusive Hawaii vacations for backpackers, as the islands offer only a few backpacker-style hostels but youre sure to find lodgings starting at around US$40 per night. Waikiki has quite a few budget lodgings; while the north shore and Haleiwa are also popular backpacking destinations during the summer months. Rated by the Travel Channel as the ‘Best Youth Hostel in Waikiki’, the Polynesian Beach Club in Waikiki is one of the best budget accommodations in Hawaii. There are also a number of cheap and exciting backpacker hostels around the Big Island of Hawaii. Most popular among these is Arnott’s Lodge in the Hilo, which offers guided walks to the edge of the lava flow at Volcano National Park, great day tours to Waipio Valley, and adventures to the summit of Mauna Kea. Theres also Manago Hostel in South Kona, the perfect headquarters for all your activities because it keeps you within striking distance of the best snorkeling and kayaking destinations in Hanaunau Bay.