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Planning a Hawaii Honeymoon?

Janis, on March 29, 2021 at 5:41 PM Posted in Honeymoon 1 20
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Has anyone planned a Hawaii
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It is a little overwhelming I

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Latest activity by Lucy, on April 3, 2021 at 7:26 PM
  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
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    Personally when i go on any trip i usually look up itineraries. for instance i am going to seattle in a couple months for 3 days and so i would google stuff like "3 day seattle itinerary" and SO MANY things pop up! and from those itineraries i build my own! it's because it gives me better insight on what's close around and what people largely do, etc. a lot of the times they are planned very well already and provide a lot of insight and advice as well and a lot of them even map things out already.

    i've been to hawaii before and i did that also! e.g. like 7 days in oahu, etc.

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  • J
    May 2020
    Janis ·
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    I’ve looked at web sites but not sure of which islands to visit. I am interested in 2 or 3
    I want a relaxation/beach, water stuff, sightseeing, sunsets , hiking
    I have 2 weeks including travel time and want it all!!
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  • Samantha
    Super October 2022
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    Oahu is going to be busier and the Waikiki area is very touristy. The resort areas on other parts of the Island tend to be nice.
    Lots of people spend time on a couple of different islands, so you can get a variety.

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  • J
    May 2020
    Janis ·
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    Thanks
    Have you been to Hawaii
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  • ScandalousRandallous
    Dedicated July 2022
    ScandalousRandallous ·
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    Start with your budget (Oahu would be cheapest)

    Decide if you want more fast-paced/things to do (oahu/waikiki) , or perfectly happy laying on a beach/by the pool your entire trip (outer islands)

    You can island hop by plane (no inter-island ferry)

    Make sure you schedule pre-travel tests 72hrs prior from a pre-approved vendor

    https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel-partners/

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  • Hannah
    Rockstar July 2019
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    I've never been to Hawaii, but another option aside from the great ones you've already gotten is to hire a travel agent. They don't charge the consumer for their services as the usually make their money by commissions from the airlines/ hotels when you book. They can usually find some great deals as well.
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  • Lauren
    Devoted July 2021
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    I’m doing Maui and Kauai. It seems to match the kind of things your looking for.
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  • J
    May 2020
    Janis ·
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    Thanks I am
    Did you an agent to book your trip
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  • Lauren
    Devoted July 2021
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    I did! And she is amazing. We are staying at the Andaz in Maui and the Grand Hyatt in Kauai
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  • J
    May 2020
    Janis ·
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    Can you give me her name and what city
    Do u live in
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  • Lauren
    Devoted July 2021
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    I’m on Long Island. Her name is Melissa Patane. Email is *******@*******.*** she does it all through email.
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  • J
    May 2020
    Janis ·
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    Can you send me her email
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  • Lauren
    Devoted July 2021
    Lauren ·
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    It won’t let it show up. I’ll send it in a message to you
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  • J
    May 2020
    Janis ·
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    How did you find her?
    References
    Can email me directly

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  • Lauren
    Devoted July 2021
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    She is very well known by me. Number 1 recommended travel agent in the Brides of Long Island Facebook group 14,000 members) . My fiancé and I are very picky about travel accommodations, his job has spoiled us a bit. She’s honestly amazing
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  • Tihani
    Just Said Yes October 2022
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    No, but I live in Hawaii if you had any questions I could help you with?
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  • Tihani
    Just Said Yes October 2022
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    Actually due to covid Waikiki hasn’t been as busy as it normally would be so if you wanted to check out that area as well it’s up to you... but I do recommend no more or no less than 72 hours before your flight you take a covid test and it has to be positive before your flight... you also have to upload your positive test results to a state website in order for you to be able to freely travel around the state if you do not follow those steps you have to do an automatic 10day quarantine w/ daily check-in and all that crazy stuff.
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  • ScandalousRandallous
    Dedicated July 2022
    ScandalousRandallous ·
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    Hereʻs the latest info:

    https://www.gohawaii.com/travel-requirements

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  • ScandalousRandallous
    Dedicated July 2022
    ScandalousRandallous ·
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    Iʻm on Maui! Smiley heart

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  • Lucy
    Beginner April 2021
    Lucy ·
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    Elopement / honeymoon / vacation in Maui all in one for us haha. I’m working with a wedding planner who has been helpful when it comes to location/things to do but ultimately it’s been a lot of a Reddit board discussions and Google searches. The hotel we booked was a recommendation from a Reddit board discussion and I’ve also reached out to contacts currently living in Hawaii as well as those who’ve been multiple times for suggestions. Putting together a DYI itinerary is much cheaper but does take lots of time and research. If your goal is ultimately to just sit back and relax and show up on the day of then I’d def invest in a travel agent!
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