Smart travelers will find air fares and room rates lower, more tranquility on less crowded beaches and guaranteed good weather not always found at other vacation spots
Lihue, HI (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Travelers looking for a bargain way to visit Hawaii--one of the world's top tourist destinations--should consider booking a trip during 21 days between Thanksgiving and Dec 15, according to Steve Monas of Pono Express.
"Smart travelers will find air fares and room rates lower, more tranquility on less crowded beaches and guaranteed good weather not always found at other vacation spots, declares Monas, president of the car service.
On Maui--recently voted by 840 travel agents the second most popular tourist destination in the U.S behind Las Vegas-- and in places on Kauai visitors don't even need an increasingly expensive rental car.
People can spend seven to 10 days at places like popular Kananapali Beach on Maui whose slogan is where the world comes to play" and Poipu Beach on Kauai and "find all the sand, surf, restaurants, shops and other attractions within walking distance," Monas points out.
From companies like Pono Express (http://www.ponoexpress.com), people can also book low cost flat fee transportation to and from the airport that will get you to your hotel or condo quickly on drives along the ocean with a pleasant driver orienting you to the island.
"The bottom line is visitors can save money at this time of year and still enjoy the spirit of Aloha with less strain on that pocketbook."