Share This – 5 Hawaii Travel Videos to Inspire Your Clients

There’s nothing like a beautiful video to get your clients excited about a Hawaii vacation. According to recent research cited by Tony Gonchar, vice president, American Express Travel Network at cruise3sixty, 75 million unique users in the U.S. watch 39 billion videos monthly. And what destination could be more videogenic than Hawaii?

So, without further ado, here are five Hawaii-focused travel videos to pass along to your clients to get them ready to plan their next vacation:

Andaz Maui at Wailea: Now Open
By Hyatt

One of the biggest new developments in Hawaii resorts, here’s a two and a half minute look at the new Maui property. 

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Top 5: Fun for Families at Aulani
By DisneyParks

Aulani made big waves when it debuted in Hawaii. Here’s a round-up of family-friendly activities to enjoy in the destination. 

Hyatt Resorts & Spas of Hawaii
By Travel Impressions

For a broader overview of some of the resort options from Hyatt available on the islands, here’s a quick look courtesy of Travel Impressions. 

Cubicle Travel Tips - Marriott Hawaii Resort
By deltavacations

From Delta Vacations, here is a cubicle escape to some of Marriott’s top properties in Hawaii. 

Top Ten Hawaiian Beach Resorts
By ExploreTravelWorld

ExploreTravelWorld offers their top picks for Hawaiian beach getaways. 

What are some of your favorite online videos for selling Hawaii? Let us know on our Facebook page or in the comments below. 

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