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Each distinct in their natural beauty, the islands of Hawaii embody a tropical paradise, with emerald mountains, and palm trees gently swaying in the Pacific Ocean breeze.
Hawaii's idyllic landscape is well suited to those looking to experience a relaxing beach getaway or an adventure in nature, its untouched beaches, lush hiking trails, and picturesque waterfalls offering immersive experiences for all travellers. Our luxury Hawaii holidays could see you view flowing lava from an active volcano on an enthralling helicopter ride over the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, spot humpback whales on a whale watching excursion in the Au'au Channel, or discover hidden waterfalls on the beautiful island of Maui. Whether you're looking for an all-inclusive resort for your luxury family holiday or a romantic beachfront hotel for your Hawaii honeymoon, our North America specialists are on hand to personally design your dream trip.
Take in Hawaii's marvellous natural wonders on the Island of Hawaii, nicknamed the 'Big Island', whether it's stargazing atop Mauna Kea, trekking to Kahuna and Akaka waterfalls in the Akaka Falls State Park, or marvelling at the awe-inspiring sight of the Hamakua Coast on a hike to Waipio Valley Lookout. Kauai, Hawaii's 'Garden Island', is known for its sublime natural beauty; it is here you can witness the mist-swept verdant pinnacles of the Na Pali Coast on a hike along the Kalalau Trail, trek through the enigmatic red Waimea Canyon, dubbed the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, and spot rare, endangered plant and bird species on a tour across the grounds of the Limahuli Garden and Preserve.
Hawaii's multicultural contemporary culture can be discovered in the capital Honolulu on Oahu, a vibrant city with golden beaches and warm, shallow lagoons. Honolulu encapsulates the best of Hawaii's laid-back beach culture, with fantastic shopping and dining venues, historic museums and galleries, and the city's lively nightlife destination, Waikiki Beach. Head to the North Shore, Hawaii's most iconic surfing spot, and spend an afternoon touring quaint food huts and boutique surf shops before hopping on a surfboard. Swim alongside a variety of marine life on an excursion to the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, an excellent snorkelling and scuba diving location with tranquil, crystal-clear waters.
Maui, the Valley Island, is renowned for its diverse landscapes of golden, white and black sand beaches, overflowing tropical vegetation and rugged volcano vistas. Teeming with unmissable experiences, a visit to Maui wouldn't be complete without a journey along the Road to Hana, a picturesque route around the East side of the island, taking you through unblemished landscapes of cascading waterfalls and towering cliffs covered in thick greenery. Abundant in natural parks, hiking enthusiasts are sure to enjoy exploring the Haleakala National Park, a shield volcano that forms more than 75% of the island, and Iao Valley State Park, a lush valley dotted with sublime peaks.
The best time to visit Hawaii is during the Spring and Summer season, between March and September when rainfall is at its lowest and temperatures are at their highest. However, temperatures in Hawaii remain warm throughout the year, ranging from 23°C and 30°, making it a fantastic all-year-round destination.
The year round temperature does not change much throughout the year in Hawaii, with both of it’s seasons boasting warm weather, however it is worth noting that April to October is when the islands are most dry, while November to March see’s the rainy season.
What could be more thrilling than sailing out to open sea with the prospect of spotting one of Earth’s most majestic marine animals?
A popular excursion that we think all visitors to Hawaii should do at least once, hop on a spacious boat and enjoy the idyllic ocean views as you venture out. Expert guides will take you to all the hotspots for seeing incredible humpback whales surfacing and slapping the surface with their magnificent tails. For the best chance of spotting a humpback, it’s recommended to go between December and May, as this is when they migrate to the warmer waters.
If you’re looking for a tour that’s going to get your heart racing and adrenaline streaming through your veins in Hawaii – don’t worry, we’ve found it for you.
Jump onto an ATV and get muddy as you speed around the backroads of the islands, exploring lush greeneries and being treated to some of the most awe-inspiring views the island has to offer. A perfect day trip for an exhilarating honeymoon, and safe for all members of the family, we guarantee you won’t find a more thrilling way to discover Hawaii’s most scenic spots.
Want to explore the exceptionally mesmerising depths of Hawaiian waters without having to strap an oxygen tank to your back? If so, you are in for a treat.
Atlantis Adventures offers guests the opportunity to go into the deep in ultimate comfort. With state of the art submarine vessels that hold up to 48 passengers at a time, visitors are given up-close views of the stunning marine life of Hawaii, all in air-conditioned comfort. Explore Maui or Waikiki, both of which offer diverse and awe-inspiring corals teeming with a beguiling selection of fish.
Being an island with such calm crystal azure waters and dream-like sandy beaches also means that Hawaii is one of the best destinations for snorkelling and scuba diving.
Plunge into the warm waters and discover beautiful coral reefs with an eclectic range of marine creatures. Swim amongst adorable turtles and curious dolphins as you explore the dazzling wonder of the ocean and the abundant sea life just off the idyllic coast. More experienced divers will have all their dreams come true in these waters, with a myriad of underwater caves all ready to be explored, you really will be spoilt for choice for dive sites.
Would it even be the holiday of a lifetime in Hawaii if you didn’t experience the cultural phenomenon that is the Luau?
This notorious feast has been taking place since ancient times on the island, and to this day is still a prominent way to celebrate special occasions. Join Hawaiians for a vibrant evening of mouth-watering banquets, beautiful multi-coloured leis, the relaxing music of ukuleles and authentic hula dancing. With dishes including and the essential taro root and melt-in-your-mouth slow-cooked kalua pork, we’re sure you’re going to wish the good times would keep on rolling.
Offering breath-taking sunsets, lively and dazzling days, it’s not hard to see why this is Hawaii’s most popular beach destination.
Boasting beautiful views of the city, calm cool waters, picturesque mountain views and palm-tree lined streets, there really is nothing else you could want from a day trip to the beach. Frolic, paddle and sunbathe to your heart’s content as the ocean breeze rolls over the golden sand. Enjoy romantic strolls on your honeymoon or bring the whole family for a day jam-packed with warm sun and gorgeous sea.
Try saying that after a glass of Maui’s pineapple wine, or even before!
More commonly known as the Reef Triggerfish, this small rectangular creature became Hawaii’s state fish first in 1985, and then again in 2006. Famous for its feisty nature and impressive ability to rapidly change colour, no scuba diving or snorkelling trip would be complete without a photo of such an important feature of Hawaii’s culture. Use your GoPro to capture them from afar though; they’re not huge fans of people getting in their personal space
Hiking enthusiasts prepare to be blown away by the incomparable, flawless beauty of Hawaii's Na Pali Coast State Park. After trekking these wonderful natural landscapes, no other hiking trail will ever be as thrilling as this (sorry).
Venture through this mesmerising park and you'll be rewarded with dream-like waterfalls and spectacular ocean views, unlike any others the island has to offer. It's not hard to see why Na Pali has been the location for many blockbusting films, such as King Kong and Jurassic Park; the natural surroundings and unique landscapes are second to none.
What could be more thrilling standing on top of one of the world's most unpredictable and spectacular natural wonders?
Hike and trek your way around Hawaii's incredible Volcanoes National Park or drive Chain of Craters Road, for one of the most scenic drives you'll ever experience. You can reach the summit of this fantastic active volcano and observe a real-life lava lake from the viewing area, or you can simply cycle and take in the magnificent views on offer. For an up-close and personal encounter with nature, you won't do much better than marvelling at the wonder of these landscapes.
Described as the world's most famous private-owned nature reserve, the Kualoa Ranch in Hawaii gives you the opportunity to enter the real-life Jurassic Park.
Granted, you won't be chased around the vast verdant fields by real dinosaurs, but is that really a bad thing? Instead you can enjoy a Hollywood Tour, which will show you all the famous film and tv filming locations, spend an afternoon on a secret island beach, explore ancient Hawaiian fishponds and gardens, or zipline across Jurassic Valley, to name just a few of the exhilarating activities available here.
Best Time To Travel:
April - October
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