Hawaii Family Reunions
Aloha from Rose Royse, I am a Hawaii travel agent and your guide to Hawaii’s family reunion vacation packages.
Every island offers hotels, condos and oceanfront resorts, this post is about the Island of Oahu and Waikiki Beach.
Small group packages for families include co-ordinating flights from different departure cities to and from Hawaii.
Group priveledges with separate invoices for each family unit make it possible for everyone to make their own choices.
Accommodations will be assigned with adjoining or adjacent rooms based on bedding requests and view categories.
Each Hawaiian Island offers different climates and attractions so you can select your destinations based on the activities and sightseeing that are on your “must-do” list.
The Island of Oahu is an ideal choice for families that want to be “on the go” with lots of things to do and see within walking distance of the resorts.
The weather is warm and the ocean is calm, Waikiki Beach extends from Diamond Head Crater to the Hilton Lagoon is excellent for swimming and learning to surf.
The Hilton Hawaiian Village is oceanfront and is ideal for multi-generation vacations. You don’t need a car on Oahu and that saves a lot on the cost of your package.
Hilton Hawaiian Village
Travel Guide to Hawaii recommends the Hilton Hawaiian Village for Hawaii family reunions.
It includes over 20 acres of lush gardens, six spectacular pools, a beachfront lagoon that is perfect for children.
Enjoy walking along winding paths through waterfalls and gardens.
Shops, cafes, and restaurants are all part of the “Village” experience at this extraordinary resort.
The Island of Oahu, the center of Hawaii State business and government, and the city of Honolulu welcomes visitors from around the world.
Waikiki Beach is the “Go To Destination” for travelers who want to experience the cultural celebrations of the Hawaiian Islands through music and dance.
There is an abundance of hula and Hawaiian music throughout the Waikiki district.
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