If you follow me on social media, I recently took a family trip to Hawaii. My wife was born and raised in Hawaii and still has lots of family (or Ohana) there but due to the high cost of getting there, we haven't had a chance to visit in a very long time. Luckily, due to the pandemic coming towards an end, we scored some super reasonable tickets and was able to finally make the trip.

The Aloha State is stacked with beauty on every island but we always visit "The Big Island Of Hawaii", the largest island in the chain. It has 10 of the world's 14 climate zones, active volcanoes and amazing black sand beaches. One minute you could be up in the mountains, the next you're in a rainforest and the next you could be a beautiful beach watching the sunset.

But since I got back, a lot of my Texas friends have had questions, which is understandable because I'm traveling during the times of COVID and a lot of things remain "uncertain" about getting back out into the world. So I'll answer a few of the MOST FAQ's I've been asked so far in case you're planning to take a trip there in the near future:

Things Texans Need To Know Before Going To Hawaii

Before you book that flight, here's what you need to know!

 

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