Hawaii Travel TipsGetting There:
Getting to Hawaii can be done by air, or by ship. Most vacationers
opt to get to the islands by air to maximize their travel time and
experiences with Honolulu International Airport the primary
destination. Your travel options are many and can be confusing at
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Getting Around Towns and Cities
Good local bus services are provided on Oahu by TheBus (tel: (808)
848 5555; website: www.thebus.org),
which covers the entire island with over 60 routes. An exact
flat-fare system operates and free transfers are available on
request. On other islands, taxis are available and car hire is
possible. Limited public bus services operate on Kauai and Hawaii.
Metered taxis are available throughout the main islands.
On Maui, the Lahaina-Kaanapali & Pacific Railroad (website:
www.sugarcanetrain.com), also known as
the Sugar Cane Train, offers daily 30-minute rides between Old Town
Lahaina and Kaanapali Beach Resort.
How to Avoid a Sunburn
The sun in Hawaii is the strongest in the world. Don't ruin your
vacation by getting a bad sunburn.
Stay out of the sun completely. That's not easy to do in Hawaii!
Limit outdoor activities between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Play golf, lay
in the sun, swim, etc., in the early morning or late afternoon. If
you must sunbathe get some sun before you visit Hawaii. The Hawaiian
sun is very dangerous to pale skin. Beware of cloudy days. Clouds
and particulate matter in the air scatter sunlight. You can still
burn even on a cloudy day. Wear a good pair of sun glasses and some
kind of protection -- the looser the better -- on your head.
How To Avoid Jet Lag
Eliminate stress and anxiety as much as possible before you fly. Get
plenty of exercise before your trip and try to avoid getting a cold.
Eat plenty of starch, carbohydrates and greens before you travel.
Get plenty of sleep the night before your trip and wear comfortable
clothing during your flight. Set your watch to the time of your
destination (Hawaii or home) before you board the plane. Drink lots
of water before, during and after your flight -- 8 to 12 ounces
every hour is recommended. The dry air in plane cabins causes
dehydration. Yawn or chew gum to alleviate the pressure build-up in
your ears, especially during takeoff and landing.
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