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Kailua Travel and Savings Guide



Vacationing on Kailua? Don't let the price tag discourage you. Here are some ideas on how to make the trip more affordable than you could imagine.

Chase Sapphire credit card gives you double points for every dollar you spend on travel and restaurants – and you can transfer those points to United or Southwest Airlines, or turn them into cash. Using these travel credit cards to book travel actually helps you earn extra points towards making you next trip free. Whether booking a hotel, buying a plane tickets, or picking up train tickets, using reward credit cards will help you make money every time you spend it.

Another fantastic website for global travelers on a budget (or those simply looking for an authentic experience) is workaway.info. This is a community where hosts providing lodging and food in exchange for 15-20 hours of work a week. So, if you combine this with the reward points from cards like Chase Sapphire, you’ll find yourself spending months traveling – without paying a penny!

Ebates is a cashback platform that allows you to make money every time you make a purchase – from virtually any store online. This includes Hotels.com, Expedia, and Groupon Travel. Before making any purchase, go through the Ebates portal and receive money back for every purchase. How does it work? In short, businesses pay people to refer customers to them (that’s how Google, YouTube, and most blogs make money). Ebates simply pays some of that referral money back to its users.

Looking for the best deals and tips on where to go to make your trip break the world record for the most amazing vacation ever recorded? Want to know, not only where, but why, how, what, and when to go? Oahutraveler.com has the inside scoop on information that a traveler only dreams about. We're not talking just about where to go, but also when you should go, why you should, and how. Imagine navigating the island paradise of Kailua as if you knew it like the back of your hand.

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A Tour of Savings in Kailua



During the reign of King Kākuhihewa and his successors, Kanekapu, Kahoowaha, Kauakahiakahoowaha, and Kualiʻi, Kailua replaced Waikiki as the residential seat of the Oʻahu Rulers (aliʻi nui of Oʻahu). Many ancient temple ruins, such as those at Ulupo Heiau State Historic Site, are in the area. Kailua Beach is crescent-shaped, about 2.5 miles (4.0 km) long, and ranging between 50 and 150 feet (15 and 46 m) wide. The ocean bottom fronting the beach slopes gently to overhead depths without any coral heads. Light to medium waves support surfing and bodysurfing. The steady trade winds make Kailua Beach a top windsurfing and kitesurfing destination. Robby Naish, first World Champion of windsurfing and Professional Windsurfers Association Hall of Fame inductee, grew up in Kailua. Sea kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding to the protected seabird sanctuaries Flat Island and the Nā Mokulua, popularly known as "the Mokes", have become increasingly popular water activities at the beach.

The best way to explore Kailua is by renting an automobile. It is one of the most enjoyable and affordable way to explore Kailua because each island offers a variety of scenic drives. By just alotting a budget for gas and food, you can experience one of the most unforgettable vacation moments while encountering the best savings. Plus, there are various car rentals in Kailua that offer affordable services. Find the best savings in real time by using our virtual tour guide service.

We can help you save money by directing you to the best services for the best price in Kailua on everything down to food and gas in real time. We are local residents aware of savings and price fluctuations that online travel guides cannot keep up with. Bookmark http://oahutraveler.com/ on your next trip to Kailua, a tour guide in the palm of your hand, and get personalized directions anytime on your phone with awesome savings for your travel budget.

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