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Hawaii is one of America’s most unique states and comprises a plethora of beaches, towering palm trees and a relaxing atmosphere that greets every discerning traveller… along with a hula skirt and lei, of course. A luxury holiday is ensured thanks to the extravagant five-star resorts, amazing exploration opportunities and fantastic culture that you’ll want to immerse yourself in as soon as you step off the plane.
Formed from underwater erupting volcanoes, Hawaii comprises eight islands. Honolulu in Oahu is the state capital so expect hustle and bustle from the get-go. Animal lovers will be in their element here with a zoo and aquarium on offer which chimpanzees, elephants and camels call home. Landmarks such as the Pearl Harbour wreckage and the volcanic monument of Diamond Head can also be found in Oahu and are must-sees for first-time visitors.
The volcanic theme continues on the island of Maui being home to two volcanoes. An abundance of vast backdrops and sights such as the Molokini Crater are found here, making it popular with hikers and nature enthusiasts. Prefer something more adrenaline fuelled? The northwest coast is one of the top snorkelling and scuba diving destinations and has more than 200 species of fish to discover.
Amazing beaches and mountain ranges litter the landscape of Kauai. Known as The Garden Island, make sure to head to Waimea Canyon heralded as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, or the powder-white sands of Hanalei Bay. Film buffs, take note. Kauai was the location for Spielberg’s Jurassic Park, Raiders Of The Lost Ark.
The island of Hawaii, more commonly known as Big Island, is the largest of the eight and is home to fantastic national parks including Waipi’o Valley, as well as manta ray snorkelling. Traditional restaurants and eateries are in abundance here with Merriman’s and Brown’s Beach House being top picks for amazing seafood with a tropical twist.
Powder-white beaches, dormant volcanoes and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean make Hawaii ideal for those wanting an island sanctuary to call home for a week or two. To really make the most of this state, speak to one of our personal travel managers and allow us to create a bespoke itinerary to ensure you get to visit as many of Hawaii’s islands as possible.

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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC -10
  • Capital: Honolulu
  • Currency: USD
  • Must See: Pearl Harbor

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 23°c   Feb: 23°c   Mar: 24°c  
Apr: 24°c   May: 25°c   Jun: 26°c  
Jul: 26°c   Aug: 27°c   Sep: 27°c  
Oct: 27°c   Nov: 25°c   Dec: 24°c  


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Hawaii In A Nutshell

Life’s A Beach
  • Hanauma Bay in Oahu offers pristine-white sands, turquoise waters and dramatic scenery thanks to its neighbouring two dormant volcanoes. Reef and colourful marine life can be found in the crystal-clear waves, with the chance to snorkel should you want to explore even further.
  • Hulopoe Beach in Lanai is ideal for swimmers and surfers wanting to make the most of the Pacific Ocean. Rock tide pools are visible during low tide, ideal for animal-lovers too.
  • For something a little different, head to Punaluu Black Sand Beach in Big Island. 30 miles from Volcanoes National Park, the sand here is jet black and makes for a picture-perfect scene.

  • Oahu is home to Alan Wong’s Restaurant, an amalgamation of seafood, Asian and traditional cuisine. Fantastic for fine dining lovers, its international tastes are sure to whet your whistle.
  • For those wanting even more seafood and exotic dishes, Roy’s Waikiki offers optimum beachside dining. Dishes such as anuenue pole and kampachi are stars of the menu with private dining also available.
  • Mama’s Fish House is a renowned family-owned venue. One of the most popular and well-respected gourmet eateries, not only in the state of Hawaii but throughout the whole of the USA, expect delectable dishes bursting with flavour in either al fresco style or in the main dining hall.

Soak Up The Culture
  • The USS Arizona Memorial is one of the most popular historic monuments in Hawaii. Housed in Honolulu this 184-foot sight honours the 2,388 Americans who died on Pearl Harbour. Visitors also can experience the Pearl Harbour wreckage too, just a 35-minute drive away.
  • Named the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon is 10 miles long and 3,600-foot deep. Perfect for explorers and budding adventurers, you will well and truly be in your element when hiking here
  • The most famous landmark in Hawaii is Diamond Head State Monument. The dormant volcano crater stands proud in Honolulu. Awash with tourists make sure to go early so you can catch the ideal photo and watch those Instagram likes come rolling in. Just remember to tag @winged_boots

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