Autumn is one of the cheapest times to visit Hawaii due to lower demand . If you can travel to Hawaii this fall, you’ll be able to snag some great deals that we include in today’s list.
* Hawaiian Airlines is offering roundtrip fares to Hawaii as low as $380 including taxes if you book by November 7th and travel between now and December 18, 2013.
* Ben Schlappig at One Mile At A Time discovered a super promotion for brand new Andaz at Wailea Resort for just over $200 per night plus a resort credit. You must use the promotion code WAILEA and complete your stay by January 8, 2014. I imagine Christmastime is sold out though.
* Costco Travel is a great place to check for Hawaii travel deals. If you can swing a trip to Maui before December 14th, this deal for the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is pretty sweet. For $338 per couple, per night, this deal includes five nights in a partial-ocean-view room, daily buffet breakfast for two, five day full-size rental car and the hotel and car taxes.
* Disney’s Oahu resort, Aulani, is offering 4th night free and complimentary breakfast for two adults per day. This offer is valid for stays between January 5 and April 7, 2014, but must be booked by January 15. Read more about that offer here.
* If you’re headed to Hawaii, the Big Island, LivingSocial is offering some nice deals at more than 50% off on ziplining and/or segway tours. See those deals here.
* The newly refurbished and reopened Volcano House is offering an excellent new amenity for their guests — private walking tours of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The 90-minute tours are led by expert instructors and naturalists guides. For more information, call 1-866-536-7972.
* Hilton Hawaiian Village had their final Tuesday night fireworks display last night. The resort has canceled the Tuesday night show. The good news is that the popular Friday night fireworks show on Waikiki Beach will continue.
* Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort begins offering farmers market each Thursday starting this week. This farmers market will be held from 4pm to 8pm at their ground floor atrium. The market will sell fresh local fruits and baked items. (Source)
* Seasoned Hawaii travelers know to expect sticker shock in stores, but this sticker shock story just made local news — $10.19 for a gallon of milk.