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New Hawaii Incentive Travel Guides For Meeting Planners

June 22, 2015 Meeting Venues No Comments Email Email

Spear One announces the release of three new eBooks, Oahu Incentive Travel Guide, Maui Incentive Travel Guide, and Kauai, Lanai & The Big Island Incentive Travel Guide, all packed with insightful travel tips, top landmarks, must-do activities, fun facts, and Spear One’s recommendations for groups.

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Incentive Travel to Maui – “start here”

For example, the group recommendation for Maui is “start here – take your group here first.” Oahu tip is “most walkable options for lower budget.” And, the Big Island suggestion is “most diverse natural activities and check off your bucket list: see volcano!”

The Hawaiian islands consistently dominate the Top 10 favorite lists of Conde Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure. In fact, Maui was rated the number one vacation spot in the world for 20 consecutive years. “Hawaii is one of my favorite places I’ve been. Every day, the weather feels like that one perfect Spring day of the entire year. You can feel the Aloha spirit everywhere. Groups just love it here,” says Mike May, President of Dallas-based meeting and incentive agency Spear One.

“Even if your group has visited Hawaii before, don’t assume they’ve experienced all of Hawaii,” May emphasizes, “We recommend that clients include Hawaii in their destination cycle and alternate every two or three years.” Each island has a unique flair and the experience for the attendees will be different in Maui versus The Big Island or Oahu.

For more well-traveled groups, look no further than the Lanai eBook. The guide notes “This largely undiscovered gem has just enough exceptional development to make it worth the little bit of effort it takes to get there.” Few have visited Lanai, and the two Four Seasons resorts are unbelievably beautiful and quite different from each other.

Attendee feedback soars after visiting the Hawaiian islands. American incentive participants love experiencing a uniquely beautiful destination at top-notch resorts, while still enjoying the familiarity of English language, the American dollar, familiar food, and no passport requirement. Genny Castleberry, Director of Meetings and Events at Spear One, says, “[Attendees] love it and ask to go back. Most attendees polled will mention Hawaii – it is still very much the ‘paradise destination’ and at the top of their bucket list.”

Hawaii unquestionably offers an incredible array of experiences for group incentive travel winners. Consider which island is the right fit for your group with these comprehensive guides:

Read eBook: Maui Incentive Travel Guide
Read eBook: Oahu Incentive Travel Guide
Read eBook: Kauai, Lanai & The Big Island Incentive Travel Guide

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