Discounts Help Travelers Get To Hawaii

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Special packages offer significant savings in Hawaii this summer and beyond.

Kalalau Valley (Kauai). Credit: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Ron Dahlquist

Hawaii has enjoyed being one of the world's hottest summer destinations for decades and for good reason

Travelers heading to Hawaii this summer and fall will find plenty of options to save on their vacation thanks to a new travel promotion launched this week by the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) and its partners.

Travelers will save at least $200 per person on their trip to the Hawaiian Islands through HVCB's partnership with American Airlines Vacations, American Express Vacations, Classic Vacations, Expedia, NWA WorldVacations, Orbitz, Pleasant Holidays, Travelocity, and United Vacations, which offers travelers money saving air vacation packages loaded with incentives including deeply discounted airfare, free hotel room nights, free meals, free rental cars, and free food and beverage dining credits. These value packages offer significant savings and make Hawaii a competitive vacation destination this summer.

"We know there is great demand for Hawaii and we hope travelers will take advantage of these offers and experience the tremendous diversity of activities available on the islands," said John Monahan, HVCB president and CEO.

HVCB has created a dedicated website listing all of the special packages at From there, travelers can book their vacations to Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and Hawaii's Big Island instantly with a simple click.

"Hawaii has enjoyed being one of the world's hottest summer destinations for decades and for good reason," Monahan added. "Hawaii has its own uniquely exotic culture and ambiance that gives one the sense of traveling abroad. Not to mention, there's no need to worry about currency exchange rates. A dollar is worth a dollar here in Hawaii."

For information about Hawaii and to begin planning a vacation to the Islands of Aloha, visit

For Hawaii images, please visit the HVCB Knowledge Bank at

Media Contacts:

Darlene Morikawa
Director, Public Relations/Communications
Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau
dmorikawa @

Nathan Kam
Vice President
McNeil Wilson Communications
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