Agent Tools & Info - Hawaii

Everything you need to sell more of Hawaii.

  

General Info

Time Zone - 20 hours behind AEST, does not observe daylight savings

Seasons - Tropical climate
Summer (Kau): May to October
Winter (Hooilo): November to April

Each island has it's own micro-climate due to the diverse terrain

Peak Travel Seasons - January, May, September, October, November

Key Booking Period - January, February & August

Average Length of Stay
Big Island - 4 nights
Kauai - 5 nights
Maui - 5 nights
Oahu - 6 nights

Visa Requirements (Australian Passports) - Visa Waiver (ESTA) required for stays under 90 days

Events to note - King Kamehameha Day (JUN), Vans Triple Crown Surfing Competition (NOV-DEC), Pearl Harbor Rembrance (DEC)

Key Airlines - Qantas, Hawaiian, Jetstar

Top selling properties -
Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel (V) - Central Waikiki location across the street from the beach - the pink line of the Waikiki Trolley stops in front of the hotel so it's easy to get around the city!
Hilton Hawaiian Village (P) - Massive resort located on the North-Western end of Waikiki Beach with lots of pools, activities and restaurants on-site
Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort (P) - Beachside resort opposite the International Market Place shopping mall, clubs rooms include breakfast overlooking Diamond Head
Sheraton Waikiki (I) - Beachside Resort with an infinity pool with fantastic views and a family pool with waterslides and waterfalls.

 

Insider Tips

  • Hawaii has 10 of the world’s 14 climate zones: from tropical and continuously wet to hot desert and periglacial ice climates, you see and experience pretty much everything Earth has to offer on one island (well techinically 137 smaller islands that make up the state, but you get the idea).
  • There are no advertising billboards in Hawaii. The first of four USA states to ban billboards (ahead of Alaska, Maine, and Vermont), Hawaii enjoys wide open spaces free from billboards so that our residents can enjoy distraction-free, scenic driving.
  • Gambling is illegal in Hawaii. Hawaii doesn’t have casinos, nor does it allow for gambling onboard a ship, or anyplace gambling activities can take place.