Staying up late to watch the sunrise, taking a snorkel tour of Molokini crater, or visiting the world’s largest flower in Oahu – are just some of the things one can do in Hawaii. But with all that new excitement comes added stress and uncertainty. Here are some tips on how you can avoid all of the stress!

 Plan far ahead of time. 

Even when going to Hawaii for a short while, there is still a lot to do and see. If you want to do it all, you should plan as much as possible. Planning far in advance will help you figure out exactly what you want to do and when you want to do it. You can also cut down on money spent on tickets, food, and other travel costs by booking early in advance.

Take advantage of off-days and holidays. 

Many places are closed on Sundays, but for anyone going for a short trip, this can be beneficial for them. With fewer people out and about these days, it can be a more peaceful day to see the sites. Plus, all of the extra time is available for you to enjoy the island. Waikiki Beach, Oahu’s most popular beach, is closed on most weekdays because it tends to get too crowded during peak times. However, as off-days and holidays come around, fewer people are everywhere.

 Bring along an extra pair of clothes. 

You’re likely to get sandy or wet from doing pretty much any water activity. Sometimes you may also get lost in the process of an adventure, so it is best just to come prepared by having an extra set of clothes. Having an extra pair of clothes in your travel pack is a great way to stay ahead of any potential messes you get into, especially as you explore Hawaii’s many natural sites.=

Carry extra cash with you. 

Tourists going to Hawaii may not have enough cash on them or their credit cards to withdraw money upon arriving. Not having enough cash with you can be stressful. You’re not guaranteed to find an ATM depending on where on the islands you’re located.

Traveling to Hawaii can be a great experience, but it is important to avoid getting stressed over the unexpected. One should be prepared for anything when going on a trip, even if it means bringing extra clothes or having more cash.