Hawaii Group Vacations and Tips for Traveling to Hawaii

NEW! Upcoming Hawaii Group Tours

Fox World Travel has just announced two, 10-day escorted group tour packages to Hawaii! Explore the Hawaiian Islands of Maui, Oahu and The Big Island, all with the peace of mind of having a Fox World Travel Tour Manager with you and a group of fellow travelers along the way!

You’ll have plenty of free-time and opportunities to explore popular highlights including: Pearl Harbor, the Arizona Memorial, Hawaii’s State Capital, famous beaches, cultural activities, Whaler’s Village, a delightful tour of Maui’s scenic areas, private Circle Island Tour of the Big Island and more!

Tips on Traveling to Hawaii  from our Travel Specialists

For the savvy shoppers, try to plan your stay in Waikiki on Wed, Sat or Sun so that you can take advantage of the ALOHA STADIUM SWAP MEET. Open three days a week, they offer endless rows of over 700 local merchants offering the best value on imported merchandise, hand made items, eclectic art pieces, popular local snacks, and other made in Hawaii products. This is sure to be your one stop destination to find that special gift or souvenir for everyone on your list.
Debbi Haney, Travel Specialist

Many of the hotels in Waikiki are across the street from and easily accessible to the beach. The prices are normally lower than a hotel on the beach. Request a high floor for better views too!
Barbara Anderson, Travel Specialist

Hawaii is an awesome destination, however I would not recommend traveling in January or February, because this is the rainy season. Also, in Honolulu a must see is the Polynesian Cultural Center and Pearl Harbor.
Sherrie Stroh, Travel Specialist

I always recommend clients to buy the entertainment book for Hawaii for many dining discounts etc.
Kathi Madison, Travel Specialist

If you go to Hawaii you should definitely try to go to more than one island. Also make sure you have enough time over there (anywhere from 8 -10 nights). That way you can really do it right. It is a trip of a lifetime… so why rush through it?
Kathy Grant, Travel Specialist

Plan on visiting Oahu first. Honolulu, which no one should miss, is a very busy, big city and it’s nice to get the hustle and bustle done first, so you can relax on the other laidback islands.
-Colleen Alsberg, Fox World Travel Tour Manager

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