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Hawaii Cruises

Say ‘Aloha’ to paradise

Think of Hawaii and paradise on Earth instantly comes to mind. These volcanic islands were formed over millions of years just for your enjoyment, so pack your sexiest swimwear and prepare to be dazzled.

Swaying palm trees, lush forests, white sand, turquoise oceans, fresh food and as many cocktails as you can carry make Hawaii the pinnacle of holiday luxury. Or you can take the faster lane and trek the islands’ natural routes, pushing your body and cultural boundaries further than ever.

What is a Hawaii Cruise like?

Many Hawaii cruises embark from the western coast of America, giving you a few nights at sea to fully explore all the aboard amenities. You may prefer to stay in Hawaii itself, embarking your cruise from Honolulu. No matter how you arrive, you won't want to leave these diverse and beautiful islands.

Ports of Call on a Hawaii Cruise

There are eight main islands in Hawaii: Honolulu in Oahu is a real highlight of the entire destination, while the Big Island offers Kona and Hilo. Maui has two ports of call, and Kauai is a fantastic port for those looking to get in touch with nature.

The places you can stay

The western coast of America is your first destination on a Hawaii Cruise & Stay Holiday, giving you a chance to explore legendary cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles. You’ll then embark on a luxury liner of your choice to discover the islands of Hawaii, sailing the seas and finding your new favourite destination.

Things to do in Hawaii

The beauty of Hawaii is its manner of transformation to suit every type of holiday. If you’re a fan of the sandy coastlines, all of the beaches across the islands have public access and are possibly the most beautiful of any in the world.

Nature is at its best across the whole area of Hawaii, with the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park being an incredible example of the ruggedness of the world. For something slightly calmer, try out the Waimea Canyon State Park. History is not forgotten here either, with the USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbour being both fascinating and humbling.

Best time to visit Hawaii

The Christmas period is the most popular period to travel to Hawaii, so travellers can enjoy the season in the sun. Whale watching is incredibly popular during this period, as the season takes place between November and May..

However, there’s great weather all-year around, though unpredictable. Summer is another popular period with families, while Shoulder Season takes place twice annually, initially during May and throughout June, and then September to the middle of December.