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Hawaiian Airlines RT Nonstop Flight: San Diego to/from Honolulu $397 or Maui

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Hawaiian & Alaska Airlines are offering Roundtrip Nonstop Flights to/from San Diego (SAN) and Honolulu (HNL) from $397 or Kahului Maui (OGG) from $337. For current availability and prices check Skyscanner. Thanks serra

Travel availability (subject to change)
  • Departs SAN: Monday thru Thursday from Jan 8 thru March 19, 2019
  • Departs HNL: Monday thru Thursday from Jan 9 thru March 13, 2019
  • Departs OGG: Monday thru Thursday from Jan 14 thru March 13, 2019
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Both Hawaiian and Alaska Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from San Diego (SAN) and Honolulu (HNL) for $397 or Kahului Maui (OGG) for $337, nonstop. On Hawaiian Airlines, you'll get a complimentary hot meal onboard, both ways Whee

Travel Availability:
Departs SAN: Monday thru Thursday from Jan 8 thru March 19, 2019
Departs HNL: Monday thru Thursday from Jan 9 thru March 13, 2019
Departs OGG: Monday thru Thursday from Jan 14 thru March 13, 2019

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There's a lot to do on either island. If you're looking to do a lot of shopping and want to go to the famous Waikiki, go to Oahu (Honolulu). They also have the Honolulu Zoo as well as the Dole Plantation and Polynesian Cultural Center on other parts of the island. Driving along the north shore you can find a number of fun little food trucks and crafts on the side of the road.

Maui has a strip of resorts along the east coast from Lahaina through Ka'anapali that are all along the beach. There's great snorkeling there and plenty of opportunity to relax. We stayed at the Ka'anapali Beach Hotel when we were out there. Early in your trip while you're still waking up early because you're adjusting from the time zone change, drive up to the top of Haleakala and watch the sunrise over the clouds. Despite being in Hawaii, you're going to want to pack some pants, long sleeve and a jacket for this, because it's cold up there. Driving
along the Hana Highway along the north shore is a fun trip where you're literally driving on the edge of a cliff.

I've also stayed on the Big Island, but there's not nearly as much going on there.

When we go back, we'll no doubt go to Maui and probabl Kuai (which i've never been to, but i think my wife has).
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Got to disagree on the Big Island. If you're into outdoor activities and don't need a resort, that is the place to be.
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Seeing Alaska flying SAN to LIH (Kauai) for the same price as well.
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Great deal! Maui is absolutely wonderful, especially its people. Too bad there's no love for the east coast, otherwise I'd be all over this.
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Which island would be the most frugal, but just relaxing and naturesque ?
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Which island would be the most frugal, but just relaxing and naturesque ?
of the two here, Maui is the island to go to for more nature and relaxing.
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of the two here, Maui is the island to go to for more nature and relaxing.
Which is the best for first time visitor?
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Are there any experienced travelers that see deals for a Maui flight in June? I'm closer to LAX but would go to SD for a good deal. Thanks!
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Either dead or never was there for Kahului Maui (OGG), because it is also $396.60, not $337.
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Anything for LAX?
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Which is the best for first time visitor?
There's a lot to do on either island. If you're looking to do a lot of shopping and want to go to the famous Waikiki, go to Oahu (Honolulu). They also have the Honolulu Zoo as well as the Dole Plantation and Polynesian Cultural Center on other parts of the island. Driving along the north shore you can find a number of fun little food trucks and crafts on the side of the road.

Maui has a strip of resorts along the east coast from Lahaina through Ka'anapali that are all along the beach. There's great snorkeling there and plenty of opportunity to relax. We stayed at the Ka'anapali Beach Hotel when we were out there. Early in your trip while you're still waking up early because you're adjusting from the time zone change, drive up to the top of Haleakala and watch the sunrise over the clouds. Despite being in Hawaii, you're going to want to pack some pants, long sleeve and a jacket for this, because it's cold up there. Driving
along the Hana Highway along the north shore is a fun trip where you're literally driving on the edge of a cliff.

I've also stayed on the Big Island, but there's not nearly as much going on there.

When we go back, we'll no doubt go to Maui and probabl Kuai (which i've never been to, but i think my wife has).
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Which is the best for first time visitor?
I recommend the big island. Maui and Others were too developed as in cities and metroplexes.
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Which is the best for first time visitor?
Oahu would be the best tourist island that has many outdoor activities. I recommend the submarine scooter.
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Been to all of the islands and multiple times to Honolulu (Oahu). If you are first time traveler to Hawaii I recommend going to Honolulu because there is a good balance of EVERYTHING! If you like nature and relaxing stuff, they have it, if you like city/night life , good shopping they have it too (Waikiki). Cost wise I really feel it's actually cheaper than cities like SF, NY (the gas price was significantly cheaper than CA when I was there earlier this year). The tax is also pretty low at around 4.X %. Lots of cool places to see and eat, not to mention Pearl Harbor if you are into history stuff.
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Missed my kids spring break by only a week Frown
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