Sit back and relax. Hawaii you'll run on island time. From sunrise to sunset, you can spend your day on your own time–whether relaxing on the beach or (if you are feeling more adventurous) hiking a volcano or windsurfing off the coast of Maui. From stunning black sand beaches to lush tropical gardens and volcanoes, there's something for everyone in Hawaii. Snorkel the sunny gold Coast of Kona or venture to Kauai to hike the Waimea Canyon. Experience a traditional luau, pig roast and all, and learn what it truly means to say "Aloha!"
With six major islands to explore—the possibilities endless! You can visit Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and the big Island, all of which provide a truly unique and wonderful experience. When you visit Hawaii you will quickly understand why the islands continue to dominate as one of the top destinations for travelers from all over the world!
Cities & Ports in Hawaii
Check out some things to do in the top destinations in Hawaii...
Big Island - Hilo
Hilo, located on the Big Island of Hawaii, is a wonderful place to visit for both cruisers and for those who prefer to spend more time in a resort. The scenery around Hilo is spectacular and is made up of beautiful green mountains and picturesque shoreline. You can visit volcanoes National Park, where you will experience (from a safe distance) an active volcano!
Big Island - Kona
Kona has become known as one of the most favorable destinations in Hawaii, due to its perfect year-round weather. Activities in Kona include exploring the rich history of what was once a major fishing village, or hiking along lush rainforest trails to magnificent waterfalls. Visit one of many active coffee plantations and try real Kona coffee, spend the day on a sportfishing excursion, or go on a snorkelingadventure.
Kauai may be the oldest of the islands in theHawaiian chain, but it is arguably also the most picturesque. Take a scenic tourof the island by off-road vehicle (or by helicopter for a bird's eye view), thenenjoy the beautiful sand beaches and stunning landscape of this unique island.
Maui - Lahaina
Lahaina, also known as "EnchantedValley" is one of the most frequented cities in Hawaii and it is no surprise why. World-class cuisine and exceptional water activities converge in Lahaina—from whale watching tours to sunset cruises and surfing lessons. From Lahaina, you can also take a day tour to the Haleakala Crater, which is the size of Manhattan! Want to take a beautiful lush drive? Take theRoad to Hana and enjoy the many waterfalls, views of cliffs, and beaches. At the end of the Road to Hana, stop in for that conch you didn’t get on the other islands!