Honolulu spa deal (massage+foot scrub fo

Catch a great deal on 90 minute massage in Honolulu. Great addition to you affordable Hawaii stay.    

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Honolulu spa deal (massage+foot scrub for $49)

Stay 4 nights at Waikiki Getaway hotel w

Great opportunity to score affordable hotel stay at Waikiki. LivingSocial.com is running a promotion where you can get 4 nights in Waikiki Getaway hotel Daily breakfast for 2 50% discount on Roberts H

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Stay 4 nights at Waikiki Getaway hotel with extras for $349

Dining Out Hawaii: new restaurant coupon

Dining Out Hawaii website is offering new set of coupons to selected Hawaii restaurants: Among the coupons are offers like: Formaggio Wine Bar – 10%  off the entire bill Sunday-Thursday Grylt &

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Dining Out Hawaii: new restaurant coupons

Group Party Bike Pub Crawl in Honolulu (

Crowdsavings.com is running a deal on Group Party Bike Pub Crawl. Say what? Yeah, it means pedal to join the party at the local pubs with the group of people – sounds like something completely

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Group Party Bike Pub Crawl in Honolulu ($59 for 2)

10 night Hawaii cruise on the Pacific Pr

If you want to try out Hawaii cruise you are better off reserving your trip early. You also need to check the deals on the cruises frequently as some discounts on the cruises appear throughout the yea

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10 night Hawaii cruise on the Pacific Princess from $899

Big Island full-day volcano tour with Hilo airport or hotel pick up for $35 per person

by on April 30, 2013 at 3:36 am

big island volcano

Great deal for those of you who are staying on the Big Island for your Hawaii vacation, or at least stopping by for a day or two there.

On Travelzoo.com they are offering the discounted full day volcano tour with pick up from Hilo airport or Hilo area hotels.

The tour includes many other sights apart from the actual Volcano National Park  admission is also included)!

Check the offer on Big Island full day volcano tour here.

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Weekly Roundup : Save for your Hawaii vacations

by on April 26, 2013 at 9:35 pm


Here is another weekly roundup  that introduces the advice and tips throughout the web on how to save for a vacation. I bet everyone has its own way to save for a Hawaii vacation, but it never hurts to try employ some other ways that you never used before.

More Hawaii vacations for your buck!

On Bankrate.com they share 8 ways to save for your vacation last minute. Check it out here:


On independenttraveller.com discover even more ways to save for the dream vacation.


Amanda Christensen from Studio 5  suggests to engage yourself into the 53 money challenge to ensure you will have enough money for your next year vacation. Check her 52 weeks saving plan here: http://studio5.ksl.com/?nid=71&sid=24944275

What are the ways you save for your Hawaii vacation? or any other vacation? Share your tips in the comments section!

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Oahu Grand Circle Island Tour with Polynesian Adventure Tours for $39

by on April 24, 2013 at 4:01 am


Grand Circle Island Tour is a great way to experience what Oahu has to offer and decide what you would want to explore further.

Groupon is currently running a deal on Oahu Grand Circle Island Tour from Polynesian Adventure Tours.

 Get  one adult tour for $39!



Weekly roundup: Maui Edition

by on April 15, 2013 at 7:59 pm


I would like to introduce Weekly Roundup, a new series of posts at Cheap Hawaii Vacations blog.There is just so much useful info around the web that helps you plan, enjoy and save on your Hawaii vacations, that I decided to staart sharing great posts from the web weekly.


Here is the first round up:

Maui Edition

I was recollecting my memories from our 2010 trip to Maui, and really get inspired by all that moments of joy and serenity to look through the web to find great info on planning your Maui trip.

Here is the post from Paradise found in Maui blog that gives you a unique perspective on highlights of the Road to Hana trip. Road to Hana is a beautiful serpentine road with lots of picturesque stops to enjoy along the way, like waterfalls, beaches, and even a botanical garden. Read on ParadisefoundinMaui’s perspective on which pit stops are worth to take on Hana highway.



Thinking about enjoying every turn of Road to Hana and ascending to the Heleakala pick to enjoy a sunrise in the same day? Here is the answer to your questions if you should do those two activities in one day by Sheila Beal from GoVisitHawaii blog.



To savor your Maui vacation, make sure you eat where locals eat. How else will  you take in and enjoy local culture and atmosphere, if not by eating what and where locals eat? Here is the list that Liza, a Maui local, is sharing on her AMaui blog.


Ocean activities- your vacation in Maui is not complete without them, they are the highlight of any trip to Maui. Here is the Alexandra Mitchell’s from PrideofMaui blog take on top 10 Maui ocean activities.


I hope these posts will inspire you to plan your Maui vacation.


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Win a 6 nights trip to Hawaii (Oahu).

by on April 14, 2013 at 6:45 pm


Another great sweepstakes to try your luck on to win Hawaii vacation.

Travelzoo is runnining this sweepstakes till April 30, 2013. You got to like them on Facebook to participate.

You can win:

  • 7 days/6nights stay at JW Marriott Ihilani Report & Spa

  • 2 roundtrip airplane tickets

Click here to win Hawaii vacation!


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50 % off the tickets to Ulalena musical in Lahaina, Maui, HI

by on April 10, 2013 at 5:46 pm


Up for a great show while on Hawaii vacation in Maui, anyone? A lot of people advice to check out Ulalena musical as it is been ranked as the best show in Hawaii.

Travelzoo website is currently running a deal for the

50% off tickets to Ulalena (that is $20, $35, $40 per ticket)


Check it out!



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Airport to Waikiki and Waikiki to Ariport transportation: Saving Tips

by on April 7, 2013 at 8:13 pm


There are a lot of options for the Oahu visitors to get from the airport to Waikiki area hotels and resorts as well as getting from Waikiki to the airport.

First of all, if you are renting a car on your Oahu vacation, then it is obvious that you are all set and will not have problems travelling to and from the airport. However, there are a lot of transportation options like shuttles, buses, mopeds, bikes and other means of transportation that can be used in Oahu, so not everyone will rent a car.

So, if rental car is not your choice, there are severaloptions for your travel Airport to Waikiki and Waikiki to Airport while on yrou Hawaii vacation.

Taxi and the shuttle advertized by  nice looking people in aloha shirts at the arrivals gates are not your only options. Why am I saying this? Well, a while back there where ample of options of shuttles and taxis waiting for visitors, as soon as they walk out the doors of the arrival section of the airport. Now, the only option advertized to you is to use the shuttle that is endorsed by the airport (people in aloha shirts), which is costly.

Nevertheless, you still have a choice. Here are the options for you:


Option 1:

Pick up This week Oahu magazine or similar booklet from the stalls in the airport. There will be several advertisement from the airport shuttle companies, with the rates they are offering for the airport to Waikiki transfer. In This week Oahu the ads are at the end of the booklet, and have offers for $6.95/7.95 per person (prices as advertized in February, 2013). That is a great deal! All you have do is to call them up and refer to the magazine you saw the special price in and schedule the time for your pick up. They can come and pick you up in as little as 20 minutes.

Option 2: 

Save more with more people! If you have a big party going with you, I mean 4 people, you can call and order the flat rate taxi, advertized at the same This week Oahu or other marketing booklet.  That will be a great airport Waikiki transportation option for $25-$30.95 (prices as seen in February, 2013).

Option 3:

There is always  The Bus. With the $2.50 rate per person it is the most budget friendly option, but also the most time consuming. It can take you more than an hour to get from airport to Waikiki on the bus, depending on the traffic conditions. There are bus No. 19 and No. 20 that is going to the Waikiki area. Here is the link to the website to get more info on the bus schedule and routes http://hawaii.gov/hnl/ground-transportation/the-bus

When going from Waikiki to airport you can use the same choices and rich airport with ought overpaying for it.


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