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Deal alert: You can fly direct, round-trip Vancouver to Honolulu for only $298 CAD

Tickets to this paradisiacal hotspot typically cost upwards of $450 to $500.
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Not only is Honolulu famous for its breathtaking, crescent-shaped beach, but it also offers incredible nightlife, shopping and dining. Photo: Hawaii / Getty Images

Dreaming of a tropical getaway that won't break the bank?

Air Canada is offering an ultra-low, round-trip ticket from Vancouver to the Aloha state for roughly $300 CAD including all taxes and fees. These round-trip tickets typically cost upwards of $450 or $500.

The flight departs Vancouver on Thursday, Mar. 3 at 2:10 p.m. and flies direct to Honolulu, arriving at 6:08 p.m. It returns on a red-eye flight on Thursday, Mar. 10 at 10:55 p.m. that arrives back in Vancouver at 6:20 a.m. 

The total cost for the return ticket is $297.98 CAD including all taxes and fees. 

**Update as of Monday (Jan. 31) at 5:30 p.m.: the below fare has increased from $297.98 to $338.77 CAD including all taxes and fees.**

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Photo via Air Canada
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Photo via Air Canada

Explore Honolulu and beyond

Not only is Honolulu famous for its breathtaking, crescent-shaped beach, but it also offers incredible nightlife, shopping and dining.

Hawaii also offers a range of natural gems to explore on each of the islands as well as many places to dine, shop, and catch live shows. From the Mauna Kea Summit to the massive, approachable populations of manta rays, the rich history of Lahaina to the stunning Waikiki Beach, the islands ooze tropical beauty.

Book your ticket with Air Canada here.

Metro Vancouver residents: What to know about travel right now

Disclaimer: Vancouver Is Awesome does not support travel during the non-essential travel advisory. Many foreign governments are implementing strict travel restrictions due to the spread of the Omicron variant and international transportation options may be limited. As a result, you may have difficulty returning to Canada.