Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Passport Restrictions Boost Hawaiian Travel

Beginning January 23, 2007, all people, including U.S. citizens, traveling by air between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda will be required to present a valid passport or other official documents as determined by the Department of Homeland Security. Passport restrictions have caused US travelers to rediscover tropical vacations within US borders, which has actually boosted Hawaiian travel business, as only 27 percent of eligible Americans held a passport as of 2006. Spring and summer are the holiday seasons. Many people have selected hawaii vacation packages instead of international destinations. Maui vacation rentals and Kauai vacation rentals can easily be booked through online travel websites in minutes, most importantly, no passport is required. In addition, Hawaiian Beach Rentals offers accommodations such as vacation homes, condos and hotels, as well as airfare and car rentals for customers who want to enjoy the exotic and tropical views of Hawaii.
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1 comment:

charlie hoffman said...

Hawaii is great if you can afford to take the family there. We travel around the U.S. two and 1/2 times for every trip we could take to Oahu. I just booked a week in Montana with my wife and two kids in late May through I was pretty affordable. We're going around Memorial Day. I use that sight to travel for work and it's pretty good. I like it in conjunction with Expedia. We like to travel in the U.S., there is just so much to see.