Your Next Island Getaway
You are in good hands as you plan your next Hawai'i adventure through We 5 Thrive. Erica is certified as a Hawai'i Destination Specialist through the Hawai'i Tourism Authority. Having traveled the islands extensively throughout her childhood and adult life, she is thrilled to help you and your family discover the enchanting spirit of aloha.
The below resources are for your inspiration, and to deepen your connection to the islands before, during, and after your stay.
Ready to start planning now?
'O ke aloha ke kuleana o kahi malihini.
"Love is the host in strange lands. Every guest is treated as family."
The culture of Hawai'i is unmatched in its sense of hospitality and family. Feelings of affection, compassion, mercy, sympathy, kindness, grace, charity, and so much more are appropriate translations of aloha. Through aloha, visitors are no longer guests after a day. They are considered contributing members of the family, having the same kuleana (responsibility) as the kama'aina (locals - literally "children of the land") do to protect all that is Hawai‘i.
- Ma'ema'e, Hawaiian Tourism Authority
With so much to see and do, we recommend that our clients rent a car for the most flexibility in exploring the Hawaiian islands.
Click on the photos below for a printable map and suggested places to visit on each island.
Keep in mind, these activities barely scratch the surface of the array of opportunities for you on the islands.
We're happy to help you plan beyond! Contact us here.
LET'S TALK STORY WITH DA LOCALS.
A key component to Tranquil Travel is connecting with local culture on a deeper level. But you don't have to wait until your trip to do this. You can develop a relationship with your destination through videos, books, music, and art -- long before you step onto the plane.
With this in mind, please enjoy the following videos with your family, featuring kama'aina (locals) sharing their passion for their island home.