Say Aloha to Hawaii

When you decide to move to another country, a lot of the decisions hinge on the general feel for the place. But there are places in the world that we know, deep down, is a way of life that we would get on board with right away. Hawaii is one of those places, and while we’re not condoning you move to Hawaii straight away, you can still enjoy a place like Hawaii on vacation. But while you might be thinking that paradise isn’t a cheap vacation, there are ways for you to get around the Aloha State on a limited budget…

What Do You Want To Get Out Of It?

Do you want to gloat to your friends that you are spending time in paradise? If so, you don’t have to go very far to send an abundance of selfies to enrage your friends. But this isn’t a very productive thing to do. Instead, why don’t you send flowers to them directly from paradise? It’s a perfect way for you to show off the plantations of the Aloha State. But apart from this, if you are looking to show off to your friends and family that you are in Hawaii, you don’t have to spend above and beyond. As long as your time your trip right, by avoiding peak season, and by finding cheaper flights, you can get a lot out of the place. But if you want to have that all-important selfie, go in September, this is when it’s Aloha Festivals time!


The Free Things To Do

When you think of Hawaii, do you think of the beach? Of course! Beaches are one of the best ways to enjoy Hawaii without emptying our pockets. But if you’re looking for some highlights of paradise, go to Hakuna beach, which is miles of white sand on the Big Island. There isn’t just the opportunity to laze on the beach. If you can spend a little bit of money, you can rent snorkel equipment, and get in the ocean, experiencing the sea life up close and personal. But if you’re looking for something a little bit more on land, you can go down the Koloa Heritage Trail. By walking, or going on a bike, you can see 14 monuments and stops that show Hawaii’s natural history.

Eating For Cheap

There are plenty of early bird specials on offer if you want to stay in restaurants. But on the other hand, if you want to go for a more street food approach, you could head to the nearest food truck. Time it right, and you can go to the Eat The Street food truck gathering in Honolulu. This is held on the last Friday of every month, giving you a wide range of food choices. And don’t forget farmers markets, it’s an easy way to get an abundance of fresh produce and local foods on a budget.


Paradise doesn’t come cheap, but if you get it right, you can explore Hawaii for next to nothing. And don’t forget, there are plenty of cheap flights out there, and again, this is all about going off-peak season. Always weigh up your options, and that way, you can find that paradise does come for cheap on occasion!


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