An Introduction to Hawaii
The Hawaiian Islands truly are one of the world’s most unique destinations with an unsurpassed variety of experiences. Six islands offer six different experiences. From crystal blue waters to beautiful sandy beaches, from spectacular sunsets to erupting volcanoes, Hawai’is iconic destinations will give you a holiday to remember!
Take a look at our Hawaii itinerary, Hawaiian Island Odyssey for a idea of the sort of holiday we can put together for you on the islands.
Hawaii - The Big Island
The largest of the islands, Hawai’i has 93 miles of coastline and is 25 miles wide. With two international airports – Kona and Hilo, Hawai’i is one of the main gateways to the islands. Stunning sandy beaches, dramatic volcanic landscapes and all but two of the world’s different climate zones make this island a constant surprise!
Maui - The Valley Isle
An island of romance and luxurious resorts, rainforest and dramatic waterfalls, Maui offers both charm and adventure. The beautiful white-sand beaches of Ka’anapali and Kapalua were once the recreation grounds for Hawaiian royalty and are perfect for swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing.
O'ahu - The Heart of Hawaii
Oahu is the Hawaii everyone knows. Its North Shore hosts some of the world's most prestigious surfing competitions in winter and is a great place to take a surfing lesson in the summer months. With so much to see and do for families and adults alike, from water parks, hula shows, visits to the pineapple plantation, horse riding, water sports, shopping and nightlife; Oah has everything you could wish for.
Kaua'i - The Isle of Discovery
The lush green landscapes, dramatic canyons and awe-inspiring waterfalls made Kaua’i the chosen location for the filming of Jurassic Park. The oldest island in the Hawaiian chain, it is easy to imagine dinosaurs feeling at home here! Nowadays its beaches are perfect for soaking up the sun, paddle boarding and surfing.