Top 10 Resorts in Hawaii
When a client calls in and wants to go somewhere ‘warm’ or ‘tropical’ I’ll admit to being a little biased. My first thought usually goes to Hawaii, quite simply because the Hawaiian Islands are my favorite place on earth. I love Hawaii so much that upon graduating college, I bought a one way ticket to Oahu and seriously considered staying for good. A job offer brought me back home, but I have returned to visit many times since.
So long as you have the time, and the budget for this type of trip, Hawaii simply cannot be beat. The Hawaiian Islands overflow with natural beauty and offer crystal blue lagoons, soft sand beaches, dramatic volcanic cliffs, pristine snorkeling and scuba diving sites, world class shopping, mild year round temperatures, big city life, quiet rural towns, rich Hawaiian culture, and so much more. Furthermore, when traveling to Hawaii, there is no need for passports, and you can easily venture outside of your resort because Hawaii is safe and easy to navigate.
Some people are concerned about the additional cost associated with traveling to Hawaii, not to mention the fact that it can take much longer to get there depending on where you are traveling from. Let me assure you, that once you arrive in paradise, and start soaking in the sheer beauty, it will all be worth it.
So where should you stay when traveling to Hawaii? The vast majority of travelers choose one of these four islands: Oahu, Maui, Kauai, or Hawaii (also known as The Big Island). If this is your first trip to Hawaii, I would recommend that you start with either Oahu or Maui. If you are a seasoned Hawaii traveler, you should consider branching out to Kauai or the Big Island. If you have plenty of time and money, the most ideal option is to visit more than one. Next, you will need to consider which resort is the right fit for your vacation. If you are looking for the best that Hawaii has to offer, there is no need to look any further.
Here are the Top 10 Resorts in Hawaii:
I sincerely hope that you have the opportunity to travel to Hawaii at least once in your lifetime. It will be a vacation that you will never forget. If you would like a travel agent to help plan your trip, please contact me by clicking here or simply email firstname.lastname@example.org. My services are completely free, I never charge any fees, and my goal is to take all of the stress out of your vacation planning. I look forward to talking to you!
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