Whichever island you choose to visit in Hawaii will delight you with its beaches, shopping and award-winning restaurants. Hawaii provides the perfect holiday destination with a balmy climate, gracious people and beautiful sunshine.
Oahu The island of Oahu is the gateway to Hawaii, and home to Honolulu’s world famous Waikiki Beach. The most densely populated island, you’ll find something for everyone. Days can be spent relaxing on the beach, snorkelling at some of Oahu’s lovely bays, shopping, sightseeing or surfing the waves on Oahu’s north shore. Waikiki is renowned for its nightlife, the ideal place for a holiday.
Hawaii Known as The Big Island, it’s famous for its dramatic lunar-like landscape created by volcanic lava flows. Mt Kilauea, one of the five volcanoes that form the island, is still one of the world’s most active. A land of contrasts, you could be driving through dense rainforest one minute, past vast rock-hard lava fields the next, then find yourself discovering black, white or green sand beaches.
Maui is consistently voted one of the best island destinations in the world. Dominated by the extinct Haleakala Crater, Maui is a paradise which offers visitors as much adventure or relaxation as they desire. Maui offers beautiful beaches, spectacular scenery, 15 golf courses and the main town of Lahaina, which was once the whaling capital of the Pacific. Today, this lovely township is brimming with shops and a large selection of restaurants and bars.
Kauai The oldest if the Hawaiian Islands, Kauai is also known as the ‘Garden Island’, a name well deserved. It’s tropical paradise of unspoilt beauty, covered in dense rainforest. The coastline offers excellent beaches, great for swimming and snorkelling at Lydgate is sensational. A cruise along the Na Pali coast will take your breath away.