Hawaii Tourism Web Sites
Web sites with travel information for visitors
to the Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaii Convention and Visitors Bureau
Hawaii Tourism Authority
Hawaii Tourism Web Sites for Visitors
Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB)
This Hawaii tourism organization
has two different Web sites, one
for Hawaii tourism industry insiders
and this one at gohawaii.com with a great deal
of information for visitors about Hawaii attractions,
activities, lodging, dining, and events.
Hawaii Tourism Authority Travel Tips
The Hawaii visitor tips on the Hawaii
Tourism Authority's consumer site are
organized into four categories:
Pre-Arrival, While in Transit,
Post-Arrival, and Returning Home.
The site also includes a directory
of Hawaii travel resources on the Internet
and a list of phone numbers most Hawaii visitors
will find useful.
My Aloha Vibe: Discover the Taste of Paradise
This consumer Web site published by the
Hawaii Restaurant Association is a
Hawaii dining guide and Hawaii restaurant
search engine. Restaurants and cafes
are organized by island, neighborhood, price
range, ethnic style, and meal type.
Chambers of Commerce in Hawaii
Information about the official chambers of commerce for
Hawaii's cities, counties, and ethnic groups. Many
of these Web sites include information that will
help Hawaii visitors plant their trips.
International Hawaii Tourism Offices
Hawaii Tourism Australia
Hawaii Tourism China
Hawaii Tourism Germany
Hawaii Tourism Korea
Hawaii Tourism New Zealand
Hawaii Tourism Taiwan
Hawaii Tourism United Kingdom
Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii
An traveler's aid society founded by the Honolulu Rotary Club in 1997.
the mission is to provide assistance to Hawaii visitors who are
victims of crime, tragedies, and unfortunate circumstances.
State of Hawaii Tourism Information
Information for Hawaii visitors on the official
State of Hawaii Web site.
Hawaii Tourism Industry Organizations
Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau
This Hawaii tourism organization has two official
Web sites, one with information for the general public and
one at hvcb.org with information for Hawaii tourism
Hawaii Tourism Authority
Hawaii tourism organization established in 1998 to act as an
agency and advocate for Hawaii's tourism industry.
Located on the first floor of the Hawaii Convention Center
at 1801 Kalakaua Avenue in Honolulu.
For more information about the Hawaii Tourism
authority call 808-973-2255.
Specialty Hawaii Tourism Trade Associations
Activities and Attractions Association of Hawaii (A3H)
Professional organization for activity operators
and tour operators in Hawaii. The organization
also publishes free activity guidebooks for
the islands of Oahu, Maui and Kauai and a map
of Hawaii Island. A3H also sells a
Hawaii Activities and Attractions Gold Card
that provides discounts on Hawaii activities
for up to one year.
Hawaii Ecotourism Association
Organization established in 1996 to "protect
Hawaii’s unique environment and culture through the
promotion of responsible travel and educational programs
aimed at the public and visitor industry relating to
ecotourism issues." Members include Hawaii ecotour operators,
lodging operators, travel agencies, travel writers,
government agencies, educational institutions, and other
Hawaii Hotel and Lodging Association
Trade association and advocacy organization
for Hawaii's lodging industry that was established in 1947.
Members include Hawaii's hotel owners, hotel management
companies, and hotel suppliers. The Hawaii Hotel
and Lodging Association organizes three annual events:
the state-wide Hawaii Visitor Industry Charity Walk,
the Hawaii Lodging, Hospitality, and Foodservice Expo,
and the Hawaii Visitor Industry Na Poe Paahana Awards.
Hawaii Restaurant Association
Professional association and trade organization
for Hawaii's restaurant and food service industries.
Organizer of the Hawaii Restaurant Association
Hall of Fame Awards and Restaurant Week Hawaii.
Hawaii Transportation Association
Hawaii Wellness Tourism Association
An organized formed to promote wellness tourism in Hawaii.
Wellness tourism is defined by this organization as traveling
for the purpose of enhancing physical and emotional balance and harmony.
Includes spiritual quests, spa treatments, experiences with nature,
fitness activities, lifestyle modification, alternative healing,
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