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You don’t have to escape to Tahiti or Bora Bora to search for ideal Polynesian heaven, Hawaii can prove to be a better choice- and it definitely leaves a strong imprint on your soul, whether you are a young bag packer, newlywed couple or a a dad with couple of toddlers screaming along. Here are the tips on how to cherish the ecstasies of Hawaii, and also when to have a journey of your lifetime.
Saving big bucks on airfare and accommodation
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The factor which influences your budget the most is – What Month of the year you are visiting. If you choose to visit in peak winters i.e. from Jan to Mar, when snowbirds migrate from the U.S mainland to ditch the winters, you would end up paying almost the double for your flight and hotel of what you would spend in the off months. The months of June and July, when school children are on summer vacations aren’t cheapest as well but are quite less costly compared to the battering winters. But during the September and October you will find the prices declining abruptly and the weather in Hawaii is still soothingly warm.
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No matter what time of the month you choose to revel in Hawaii, you can cut down on the budget if you act smart. Heavy discounts are available for booking five nights or more in all of the resorts, so you are advised to lodge at only one place in the island and explore the territory on day trips. Avail rooms on cheaper rates and skip the ocean views, because without a pair of binoculars you won’t be able to see the waves, instead go for the Mountain View or park. It barely matters, what all you can see from the balcony, because besides sleeping you won’t spend any time in the indoors.
If you don’t wish to hurt your pocket at all, choose to stay in the rustic cabins or camp in the serendipitous areas of the National parks.
Playing in the sun and under the stars
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You won’t regretting paying a bit extra for an activity that you would find nowhere else than Hawaii, whether that’s polishing your surf board skills, paddling out an canoe and swooshing through waves or delve into the depths of the ocean with rays. Amazing sights such as seeing the lava flow in to the waters on special boat tours, is something which will stay longer with you than you would have thought.
The best things in life come free, and so is the case with Hawaiian bounties. Revel all day in the beach without paying a penny, because the legislation has made access to coastline free. Most of the National parks and county parks grant free access or charge a very nominal rate. You can wander in the archaeological sites such as sacred ‘heiau’, again for free.
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