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Budgeting for Hawaii

How much money you should save aside for a trip to Hawaii will depend on your personality and interests. Travelers on a budget can expect to spend between $85 and $150 per day on lodging, food, and activities. This makes Hawaii a fairly cheap place to go for those who are willing to give up luxury and splurges. Budget travelers can keep their costs down by staying in hostels and cheap hotels, eating at local restaurants, and doing free or cheap outdoor things like hiking or going to the beach.

Mid-range travelers can expect to spend between $200 and $350 per day. This will give them a more comfortable stay with more amenities, like mid-range hotels, nicer restaurants, and extra activities like boat tours or snorkeling trips. This budget will also give you more freedom to explore more of Hawaii's sights and activities without breaking the bank.

For luxury travelers, the budget can range from $500 to thousands of dollars per day, depending on their desired level of extravagance. Luxury resorts, high-end restaurants, and special activities like private yacht charters or helicopter tours are all available to people who are willing to pay for them. Luxurious hotels in Hawaii allow visitors to experience the state's natural wonders in a more private setting, with access to their own beaches, spas, and golf courses, among other perks.


No matter how much money you have to spend on a trip to Hawaii, you can still make the most of your time there with a bit of preparation and research.  If you need help planning a trip to Hawaii that meets your needs and budget, schedule a complimentary 15-minute consultation with us today!  We help take the stress out of planning and booking. 

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