How to Plan for Your Holiday Travel to Maui

If you’re planning on travelling on Christmas and/or New Years this year and are dreaming of ways to relieve any stress that comes with flying during the holiday season then don’t worry, we have some tips that will surely help you make your journey a successful one. We know that flying during the holidays can be a real challenge, but it doesn’t have to be. Read on for inspiration on how to make your trip seem less daunting and more of one that you might even enjoy.

  1. Follow the Deals: The holiday season can put a number on your wallet even without the added cost of purchasing a plane ticket. We don’t have to tell you that every penny saved is helpful so that’s why it might be worth looking into different deals ahead of time. Whether your go-to website is Google Flights with price change notifications or somewhere else, don’t make them your only choice for searching out plane tickets to Maui. Sometimes even checking direct with an airline can be worth a try.
  2. Pack Smart: Do not underestimate the power of packing smart. Have you ever seen that guy or girl at the airport who is stressed out and carrying a million bags only to find that he or she forgot something and now has to dig through their underwear and toiletries just to find it? Don’t be that person. Pack like you know where you’re going and what you’re doing. Avoid packing any Christmas gifts and try to shop local when you get to Maui. Be reasonable and bring a reusable water bottle with you and always pack a first-aid kit.
  3. Bring Your Own Entertainment: We are all so used to having our phones with us 24/7 but unfortunately not all flights come with wifi or entertainment so it’s helpful to have a back up. Bring your kindle or an actual book, crossword puzzle, some kid-friendly games or coloring books for the kids and you’ll be all set for your long trip to Hawaii.
  4. Make a List: And check it twice! Making a list isn’t just for Santa, you can benefit by getting ahead of the game and getting organized so you know exactly what to pack, at what time you need to leave, where you’re going, the number of the car rental on Maui and the time you’re checking into your vacation rental. It never hurts to be prepared.
  5. Bring a backup: Have an extra pair of glasses or contact lenses? Bring those. Have another phone charger, computer charger or set of earphones? Pack it all. You would be surprised how easy it is to lose sight of some of our most important and useful devices during long flights. It definitely helps to ease the pain of losing your favorite reading glasses when you know you have another pair in your luggage.

We hope you take this information to heart and travel smart this holiday season. If you are still looking for a great deal on a vacation rental on Maui then you came to the right website. Here at Vacation-Maui we have an extensive list of great vacation rentals on the island and would love to help you and your family ring in the New Year in an amazing oceanfront rental on Maui. So contact us today with any questions you may have. You can find some of the best Maui vacation condos at some of the best Maui vacation rental deals on here as well. We hope you have a wonderful holiday season and we’ll see you soon.