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Hawaii travel guide

If you want to hop from one tropical island to another, come face to face with active volcanoes, dance the hula, dive & snorkel with sea turtles and manta rays and surf some of the world’s biggest waves, you should hop on a flight to the USA’s 50th state. Contact our Travel Experts and start planning your ultimate Hawaii adventure now.
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Located on the Big Island, the amazing Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is home to Kilauea, one of the world's most active volcanoes. Discover 150 miles of hiking trails, volcanic craters & rainforests. 
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The 50 beaches spanning Oahu's North Shore is home to some of the best surfing in Hawaii. If catching waves isn't your thing, you'll find amazing waterfalls & snorkeling, just 40 minutes from Honolulu.
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Hawaii's unique landscape, filled with awe-inspiring waterfalls, jagged volcanic craters, dramatic cliffs and lush rainforests, make it one of the best places in the USA for hiking & camping

The Islands of Hawaii

The toughest part about planning a trip to Hawaii is deciding which islands to visit... There are so many amazing things to see like the bustling city of Honolulu on Oahu, the mountains and valleys of Maui, the lush tropical climate of Kauai, or the volcanoes of the Big Island. Island hop and see as many as you can!


Oahu is Hawaii’s most popular island and full of thrill-seeking adventures. Stay in the electric Polynesian capital Honolulu or in one of many resorts overlooking Waikiki Beach, surf the giant waves at North Shore, pay tribute to the Pearl Harbor memorial and hike up to Leahi (Diamond Head) for picture-perfect views.
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It’s so easy to fall in love with Hawaii’s second largest island. Take part in a Luau, a traditional Hawaiian feast and learn to dance the hula, or take your holiday fling to marvel at romantic sunsets. Maui is also a hotspot for water sports and ideal for windsurfing, snorkeling and diving.


Nicknamed ‘the Garden Isle’, Kauai is almost covered in lush rainforests and cascading waters which are best seen from up top. Dramatic cliffs and jungle settings have inspired movie makers to film on this tropical gem and you can unwind on long sandy beaches.

Hawai'i (The Big Island)

Known as "the big Island", the Island of Hawai'i is the state's largest island and a must visit for nature lovers. Very few places in the world have so much natural diversity packed into one island! Visit the Kilauea volcano and watch lava flow into the Pacific Ocean. Hike jungles to beautiful waterfalls, or even go snow skiing on the peaks of Mauna Kea!

Molokai, Lanai, Niihau, Kahoolawe

These islands are less visited by travelers because they are uninhibited or mostly privately owned. Check out our day trips and excursions for a chance to check out some of these remote destinations. 

Hawaii Adventure Tours

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Hawaii Adventure - Oahu & Kauai

Dive in to your Hawaiian adventure with a tour of some of its most iconic sights. From the beautiful mountain vistas, and majestic waterfalls to Hawaii's film scene at Kualoa Ranch Nature Reserve... there's so much to see! You can even opt to take a day trip to Pearl Harbor.
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Highlights of Hawaii - Maui & Big Island

From Maui to the Big Island and chill-out time on the beach balanced with stunning national park visits, this tour checks off all the boxes. Grab a lei and get into the aloha spirit on this unforgettable adventure!

When is the best time to visit Hawaii?

Hawaii is warm and sunny all year long but the summer months are very busy and hotels and flights are more expensive during the peak season. It's better to head to Hawaii anytime between January and May or September to December if you want to avoid the crowds.

Where is Hawaii?

Hawaii is a group of islands located in the Pacific Ocean southwest of California.

How long is the flight to Hawaii from the continental US?

The actual flight time to Hawaii varies depending what city you depart from. Via Los Angeles, it's about 6 hours whereas from Dallas it is 8 hours, and from New York the flight time can be upwards of 11 hours. Travel can become a lot longer depending on layover times. 

How do I get from one island to another?

You can get direct flights to most of the island's like Maui, Kauai and the Big Island from Honulu International Airport. The largest airline in Hawaii is Hawaiian Airlines. 

Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions apply. If booking online, full Terms and Conditions will be displayed as part of the booking process as well as on the corresponding final booking confirmation. If booking by phone or email, please ask your Travel Expert at the time of booking or enquiry.