West Coast Flight Deal: Fly To Hawaii For Under $300
By DeAnna Taylor
West coasters, have you been looking for a great Hawaii deal? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Hawaiian Airlines is having a sale on flights from multiple West Coast cities to Hawaii. The lowest priced route can be found from San Diego to Kona, Hawaii for only $299. Other departure cities include: San Francisco, Phoenix, Seattle, San Jose, Oakland, and Portland. The Hawaiian islands included in this deal are: Kona, Honolulu, Kahului, and Lihue.
It is best to use Google Flights to search for pricing based on the date, departure city, and destination that you choose. The tickets can then be booked directly with Hawaiian Airlines.
Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii and is located on the island of Oahu’s south shore. One of the most famous neighborhoods on Honolulu is Waikiki. There you will find everything a tourist wishes for, from nightlife to food.
If you want something a little less lively, then check out the world’s largest open-air market, Ala Moana. From there, make your way over to the pan-Asian alleys of Chinatown to eat your heart out. You can even see the only royal palace in the United States.
The Big Island is home to Punalu’u Beach, which is the most famous black sand beach in Hawaii. It is easily accessible and great for swimming, snorkeling, coastal hikes and seeing turtles. Kaimu Beach is one of the newest black sand beaches on The Big Island. This is not a beach for swimming or snorkeling, but it is highly recommended for those who love or have an interest in volcanoes. No matter which island you decide to visit, there is plenty to do. Be sure to participate in a Luau to really get a feel of authentic Hawaiian culture.
Head to Google Flights as soon as you can. A deal this great won’t last very long.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.