I've seen more people wanting to spend a bit of time on all the islands; they want an overview. Many of them say they want to make sure to see it all because they might not ever get to do it again. They're the ones booking multi-island packages.
Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) October 22, 2009
The proverbial belt has been tightened for the average consumer in the last year. Hawaii Tours suggests that many consumers looking to cut back their expenses by cutting their vacation budget are looking towards multi-island tours as the solution.
Many consumers who are cutting their vacation budget are doing so by decreasing the number of vacations or trips scheduled per year. For instance, a household that had previously been scheduling 3+ vacations per year might now schedule just one in order to limit their expenditure without feeling deprived of time away. This type of "cutting back" leads most to look more closely at their travel arrangements to ensure they are:
1. Choosing a vacation destination that is suitable for the entire group/family
2. Reserving the highest quality lodging at the lowest possible price
3. Getting the very most "vacation" from their vacation.
Hawaii has always been a popular vacation destination, but there have been several noticeable changes since the obvious economic changes in recent months. HawaiiTours.com suggests that the "cutting back" has led people to look to include a wider array of island experiences into one trip rather than spending an extended amount of time on one island with the intention of coming back to explore the other islands on subsequent trips. Moa Mahe said, "I've seen more people wanting to spend a bit of time on all the islands; they want an overview. Many of them say they want to make sure to see it all because they might not ever get to do it again. They're the ones booking multi-island packages."
HawaiiTours.com offers a wide array of tours in Oahu, the Big Island, Kaui, and Maui. For a full list of tours available, to check for group rates or for more information contact Moa Mahe at moa(at)hawaiitours(dot)com or by phone at: 1-888-614-2221. Or visit Hawaii Tours online at http://www.HawaiiTours.com.
Contact: Moa Mahe