Travel Planning & Packages

Hawaii is one magical place and so if you would like to stay on for longer, visit one of the other amazing Islands, experience something unique (like see Mickey at Aulani!), hop on a Cruise or simply take it slow, we are here ready to assist in creating something special for you

Some of our favourite things to see and do on Oahu :

  • Take a surf lesson on the famous Waikiki Beach
  • Visit Lanikai Beach, always voted in the top 10 of the Worlds best beaches
  • Rent a convertible and cruise around the Island stopping for shaved ice and Dole whip!
  • North Shore to really check out the surf and food trucks
  • Hike the stunning Maunawili Falls trail and finishing with a swim in the waterfalls

Reach out to chat about what we can do to curate the perfect and memorable trip to Hawaii to celebrate Luisa & Jordan.

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Entry requirements

To get you on your way, here are some of the requirements needed for entry into the USA

** Visa & Customs **
All international visitors, regardless of country of origin, must present a valid passport or secure document when entering the United States, including Hawaii.

** Visa Waiver Program **
The Visa Waiver Program enables nationals of 38 participating countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business (visitor [B] visa purposes only) for stays of 90 days or less without obtaining a visa. All travelers entering under this program are required to have a valid authorization through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) prior to travel.

** Customs Information **
While you are on the plane to Hawaii, make sure you receive and complete the following forms. Each form must be completed on both sides in English, using black or blue ink.
Customs Declaration Form. This form is required from all arriving passengers and crew, even if you have nothing to declare. One customs form may cover multiple persons as long as they are from the same household. Any type of dutiable good, food, plant or animal product must be declared. If you and your travel companions together are carrying $10,000 or more in cash or other negotiable instruments such as endorsed checks, you must declare it upon arrival. If you do not, it is subject to forfeiture. Your money is not subject to taxation or duty.

Immigration Form. An immigration form is required from all non-U.S. citizens with the exception of permanent U.S. residents and Canadian citizens.

Please note, you will be updated on all requirements for entry and Covid related forms by your agent prior to departure for the most up to date info

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Your personal travel manager

Jilda Jack - Your Hawaiian Destination Specialist

0448 480 696

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