In 2017, we wrote a helpful article listing the benefits of planning and booking activities before your Hawaii vacation. Well, that advice has certainly not gone out of date. In fact, it’s even more important than ever to plan ahead. Since publishing that article, five popular Hawaii parks have implemented new reservation systems. In most cases, if a visitor arrives at one of these parks without a reservation, they will be turned away.
We don’t want you to miss out on all the wonderful places to see and experiences. Do a bit of homework and planning prior to your Hawaii vacation and you’ll reap the rewards when you get there. Read these articles so that you will know what you need to reserve before your vacation:
- Reservations for Oahu vacations
- Reservations for Maui vacations
- Reservations for Kauai vacations
- Reservations for Hawaii (Big) Island vacations
In each of those articles we also point you to the vacation itineraries that we created for each island. For convenience, we’ll list them again here:
- One-week Oahu vacation itinerary
- One-week Maui vacation itinerary
- One-week Kauai vacation itinerary
- One-week Hawaii (Big) Island vacation itinerary
Summer is right around the corner and that’s a busy season for visitor arrivals in Hawaii. If you’re planning a summer vacation or a vacation around a holiday, you’ll have more competition for limited spots.
Yet another reason why planning ahead is important is that restaurants, tours and other vacation-related services still struggle to keep adequate staffing levels. They may limit reservations/service because they don’t have enough staff.
Do you normally plan ahead for your vacations? Will you be planning ahead for your Hawaii vacation?
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