When I tell people that I take my kids to Hawaii about once a year, I always explain that my Mom lives on Kauai and we try to cut costs whenever possible. The truth is, a trip to Hawaii (even with kids) doesn’t have to cost and arm and a leg. So, I’ve compiled my top Oahu travel hacks and tips for Oahu on a budget.
No trip to Oahu is complete without going to a Hawaiian luau. But, choosing the best Oahu luaus for your family really depends on what you want out of the experience.
For my family, we like the cultural component and are willing to travel a bit for a cooler experience. Finding the best luau in Oahu for families really is a personal experience but here are some of our top Oahu luaus to help you choose.
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13 Exciting Options for the Best Luau in Oahu for Families
Why is Doing a Family Photo Shoot in Hawaii a Smart Idea?
When you are planning your Oahu vacation, I’m sure you’ve thought about the best beaches, attractions, activities, and restaurants you want to experience on your Hawaiian vacation. And you may be driving around the North Shore, Waikiki, Honolulu and all over the island. So, why would you stop all your fun to do Hawaii family photography on Oahu? Here’s why:
As I’ve gotten older, most of my souvenirs from Hawaii are food souvenirs. Honolulu Cookie Company features some of my favorite Hawaiian cookies. Shortbread cookies are my favorite and I love how Honolulu Cookie Company puts their own tropical flair into each cookie. I’m partial to the guava, lilikoi and mango flavors.
Disney Aulani Character Breakfast: Aunty’s Breakfast Celebration at Makahiki
Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa is one of the premier Disney vacation destinations. It’s the only Disney resort in Hawaii. Not only is it an incredible resort, but it’s home to the Disney Aulani Character Breakfast.
If you’re looking for things to do in Oahu with kids, the Polynesian Cultural Center should be high on your list. For the past 55 years, it’s been of the most prominent family activities on Oahu. In fact, it’s Hawaii’s number one paid attraction. More than 1 million visitors experience the Polynesian Cultural Center each year. A day at the Polynesian Cultural Center is a MUST while exploring Oahu with kids.