The paradise islands of Hawaii lie approximately 2,500 miles west of the USA, and have proudly maintained their own cultural identity - a blend of Polynesian, European and American influences embracing a common value of 'Aloha Aina' - quite literally 'love and respect for the land'.
Cobalt blue ocean and golden sandy beaches provide the signature backdrop of this fascinating volcanic archipelago where snorkelling, diving, kayaking, whale watching and hiking are just some of the activities on offer. The largest Hawaiian island is aptly known as Big Island, and is famed for being home to the world’s most active volcano and boasts dramatic lava flows and tubes, steam vents and a fiery crater.
A true Pacific paradise, the holiday options are endless but one thing is for sure, the experiences, stunning scenery and genuine hospitality you will experience will provide memories to last a lifetime.
Known locally as 'The Gathering Place', the capital island of Oahu is home to nearly three quarters of Hawaii’s residents. The main gateway to the islands, Oahu is much more than a transit stop en-route to the outer islands. Moments from the urban vibe of downtown Honolulu you will find palm trees, ocean breezes, coral bays and scenic beaches.
Sip a sunset cocktail whilst listening to traditional music and watching the surfers on iconic Waikiki beach; explore ancient temple carvings and visit Pearl Harbor in Honolulu; snorkel on the coral reef in the stunningly blue waters of Hanuanama Bay; cruise the Windward Coast in search of humpback whales or take a hike in Kualoa, one of Oahu’s most sacred places renowned for its magnificent mountain scenery.
Hawaii 'The Big Island'
Larger than all other Hawaiian islands combined, The Big Island is one of the most unusual and fascinating islands in the world boasting a staggering diversity of landscapes across 13 climate zones that encompass verdant jungles, snow-capped mountains, lava deserts, white sand beaches and fertile valleys. The Big Island is home to a number of attractions from the resting place of Captain Cook to the golden sands of Hapuna Beach. The stunning waterfall, Akaka Falls, is also the site of one of the world’s most active volcanic national parks.
Known as the 'Valley Isle', Maui epitomises adventure. From hiking in one of the many bamboo forests to scuba diving in a volcanic crater and even watching humpbacks breach from the shore, Maui is an adventure enthusiast’s playground. It has also earned itself a reputation for being a foodie heaven where top chefs create and popup restaurants thrive. Whatever your taste or budget Maui has broad appeal.
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