Dream Trips: Hawaii with Kids, Without Breaking the Bank

By Guest blogger Emily Brendler Shoff


Exploring Tidepools at Puako BeachExploring tidepools on Puako Beach (Emily Brendler Shoff)

Traveling to Hawaii with children can seem daunting. The flights are long and can get expensive. Oceanfront lodging can cost you a bundle, and planning affordable activities that make everyone happy can seem trickier than keeping salt water out of a kid’s snorkel.

But a trip to Hawaii doesn’t have to be hard. My husband and I have gone to the Big Island for the past decade, and in recent years, have taken our girls, ages 2 and 5. Whether we’re exploring lava tubes, chasing waterfalls, snorkeling turquoise waters, relaxing on white sand beaches, or meandering through farmer’s markets, we always leave the Big Island a little more in love with it and each other. 

More at Outside

Elsewhere on the Web