Hawaii Tourism Oceania (HTO) has released its 2020 Hawaii Family Guide to assist agents in planning family holidays to the Hawaiian Islands.
Ohana (family) is deeply important in Hawaiian culture, which makes the islands a welcoming destination for kids of all ages.
From snorkelling and sandcastle building on sun-soaked beaches, to exploring volcanoes and sacred cultural sites, the Hawaiian Islands are a natural playground that visitors can never outgrow.
HTO’s country manager for Australia, Giselle Radulovic, said the tourism board considered families, including multi-generational groups, an important visitor segment.
“We have seen a consistent trend for multi-generational family travel,” she said.
“We believe this is because the Hawaiian Islands appeal to all ages, offering many different experiences for the entire family.”
While travellers can’t visit the Hawaiian Islands right now, they can start planning their next holiday.
The guide includes accommodation options, activities and experiences, along with a general overview, map and information on the four main Hawaiian Islands: Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Island of Hawaii.
Click here to download the guide, free of charge.
Featured image: Hawaii Tourism Authority/Tor Johnson