If you’re looking to visit Hawaii, you’re going to want to know where to go and what to do.
Here are some tips to keep you safe and entertained during your visit.
Hawaii is one of the top tourist destinations in the world, but there are a lot of safety concerns.
According to the Hawaii Tourism Authority, there were 2,000 reported road crashes in 2017, and nearly half of those were pedestrian injuries.
The number of people injured in road crashes is much higher than other places, but we want to take a moment to remind you that there are so many things to do in Hawaii that are not covered here.
Here’s what you need to know about your safety while visiting.1.
Don’t be a tourist for the first three weeks.
While it’s tempting to be a vacationer for a few days, the best way to keep yourself safe while visiting is to stay in the home you’re staying in.
If you want to visit from home, here are some of the things you should do to keep your home safe: Limit pets, and don’t bring your pet along with you.
Keep pets indoors at all times, and limit pets’ access to the outdoors.
If you’re coming from out of state, consider renting an apartment or home and booking the time to spend in the city, or even the island.
If your vacation is a long-term one, consider visiting Hawaii for longer than the short-term trip.
Check your hotel and hostel policies for any restrictions, and make sure you have all of your essential documents (drivers license, passport, and other forms of identification) with you at all time.
In addition, don’t go anywhere that’s not in the hotel’s parking lot or on the street.
Don�t drive your car while you are in Hawaii.
There is a state law in Hawaii for the safety of all motor vehicles, and you should abide by it.2.
Make sure you get what you want when you arrive.
If a hotel or hostel you’re visiting does not offer free food or beverages, make sure to pay for the food and beverages you want.
Check your local or state laws before you decide what to buy.3.
Be aware of your personal safety.
Know the signs of an emergency, and be prepared for it.
There are no public restrooms, and it is important to wear earplugs and wear a face mask to protect your ears.4.
Know your rights and how to report an emergency.
If an emergency does occur, contact the emergency services or the police.
Contact the police by calling 911.
The police are there to help you, not take anything away from you.
They are there for your safety and will do everything they can to assist you.5.
If it’s an emergency on a popular island, you should know about it and know where you can get help.
Hawaii is a tropical state, and many of the islands are not as populated as other places in the U.S. The first thing you should think about is whether or not you can travel to the island for your vacation.
If the island is a popular destination, there may be people there that will not allow you to stay, even if you are comfortable.
You may also want to consider the fact that most hotels are open on certain days of the week, so if you have a busy day, theres always a chance you could be stranded.
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This article originally appeared on the Inquisitr.