Cruise Trips to Hawaii

International tourists flock to these Polynesian islands to enjoy the spectacular island scenery, stunning beaches, friendly locals, exotic food, and perfect climate. Hawaii is a vacation paradise. Whether you’re looking for a romantic honeymoon destination or embarking on a cruise with your family or friends, a cruise to Hawaii has so much to offer and is child-friendly too.

Hawaii is a tropical paradise, and is America’s only island state. With 750 miles of coastline, this chain of over 100 islands has a rich history. The resident population of this island is diverse. There are native Hawaiians and Polynesian people, as well as people from China, Vietnam, and Thailand. Hawaiian cuisine is totally unique, and is a fusion of Asian, Pacific, European, and American influences. It is made of local traditional flavors - the home of the luau, a traditional island feast.

Hawaii is a series of islands

You can visit Honolulu, Kauai, or explore the many beaches. You can have lunch at a resort, or head inland to a rainforest. The islands are volcanic, and some are still active volcanoes, such as Kileue.

Hawaii offers a huge variety

Hawaii offers visitors tranquility and relaxation, as well as a host of more adventurous activities - like zip lining through a forest. There are plenty of water sports, such as sailing and scuba diving activities. Hawaii is also a surfer’s paradise, famous for its large waves in some areas.

Amazing marine residents

Aside from the island’s rich resident animals and tropical birds, the islands are quite famous for their marine residents. You can swim with dolphins, see whales, and see sea turtles. The island’s resorts also have many ‘keiko’ clubs for children, and tourism is family-centered.

Hawaii is sub-tropical and does not have four seasons. There is a dry summer season and a rainy winter season. Summer is from April to October, and the peak season is from mid-December to mid-March or April. “Winter” is really a relative term - the temperature in Hawaii is generally, throughout the year, 80 - 85 degrees.

The best time is anytime. Late spring to fall, however, is a recommended time.

Hawaii is a chain of islands, and islands have unique weather - there is a leeward side, this is an area that is sheltered from the wind; and a windward side, which is the side that faces the wind directly.

Hawaiian islands have micro-climates - because of the mountains, the sea, and the changes in altitude, it’s possible for it to be more rainy one area, and be dry in another, on the same island. Rain showers are common, and in rainy season they can last for up to three days.

You will be spoiled for choice. There is a lot to see and do, but the beautiful natural scenery of the islands is really worth exploring. You may be content simply enjoying some of the world’s best beaches, but perhaps you’d like to try something a little different, too.

Pu’uhonna o Honaunau

This 180-acre park is home to traditional Hawaiian temples, thatched huts, and visitors can get a taste of Hawaii’s history. There is a long lava coastline here too, which is great to go snorkeling in.

Night Diving With Kona Manta Rays

In fact, you may like to go diving with Kona manta rays. Their wingspan is over 14 feet, and they often swim right up to divers. They do not have stingers, or teeth, so are perfectly harmless, but spectacular. There are organized tours. The rays are attracted to light, so you have a flashlight with you, in the water.

Akaka Falls State Park

Situated in the Waipi’o Valley are the spectacular Akaka Falls (442 feet). You may be lucky enough to see some of the wild horses that live in the valley, too. Hawaii is a place of spectacular natural beauty, and there is so much to see and do, that you won’t want for choice when you are exploring the islands.

The Hawaii cruise departs from various ports. Tourist can book any cruise line from the nearest ports. A list of common ports is as follows:

  1. Honolulu (USA)
  2. Los Angeles
  3. San Francisco (USA)
  4. Vancouver (Canada)
  5. San Diego (USA)
  6. Sydney (Australia)
  7. Auckland (Australia)
  8. Brisbane (Australia)
  9. New Orleans (USA)

The Hawaii cruises are operated by the world’s top class cruise lines. The most common cruise length is 6 to 9 days, but can also reach 40 days. A list of cruise lines is given below:

  1. Norwegian Cruise Line
  2. Princess Cruises
  3. Holland America Line
  4. Carnival Cruise Lines
  5. Celebrity Cruises
  6. Royal Caribbean
  7. Crystal Cruises
  8. Seabourn

Norwegian Cruise Line offers a notable cruise experience to all its guests. Since its inception, the traditional cruise line creates an atmosphere of fun and relaxation.

  • Why Go

    International tourists flock to these Polynesian islands to enjoy the spectacular island scenery, stunning beaches, friendly locals, exotic food, and perfect climate. Hawaii is a vacation paradise. Whether you’re looking for a romantic honeymoon destination or embarking on a cruise with your family or friends, a cruise to Hawaii has so much to offer and is child-friendly too.

    Hawaii is a tropical paradise, and is America’s only island state. With 750 miles of coastline, this chain of over 100 islands has a rich history. The resident population of this island is diverse. There are native Hawaiians and Polynesian people, as well as people from China, Vietnam, and Thailand. Hawaiian cuisine is totally unique, and is a fusion of Asian, Pacific, European, and American influences. It is made of local traditional flavors - the home of the luau, a traditional island feast.

    Hawaii is a series of islands

    You can visit Honolulu, Kauai, or explore the many beaches. You can have lunch at a resort, or head inland to a rainforest. The islands are volcanic, and some are still active volcanoes, such as Kileue.

    Hawaii offers a huge variety

    Hawaii offers visitors tranquility and relaxation, as well as a host of more adventurous activities - like zip lining through a forest. There are plenty of water sports, such as sailing and scuba diving activities. Hawaii is also a surfer’s paradise, famous for its large waves in some areas.

    Amazing marine residents

    Aside from the island’s rich resident animals and tropical birds, the islands are quite famous for their marine residents. You can swim with dolphins, see whales, and see sea turtles. The island’s resorts also have many ‘keiko’ clubs for children, and tourism is family-centered.

  • Best Travel Time

    Hawaii is sub-tropical and does not have four seasons. There is a dry summer season and a rainy winter season. Summer is from April to October, and the peak season is from mid-December to mid-March or April. “Winter” is really a relative term - the temperature in Hawaii is generally, throughout the year, 80 - 85 degrees.

    The best time is anytime. Late spring to fall, however, is a recommended time.

    Hawaii is a chain of islands, and islands have unique weather - there is a leeward side, this is an area that is sheltered from the wind; and a windward side, which is the side that faces the wind directly.

    Hawaiian islands have micro-climates - because of the mountains, the sea, and the changes in altitude, it’s possible for it to be more rainy one area, and be dry in another, on the same island. Rain showers are common, and in rainy season they can last for up to three days.

  • What to visit

    You will be spoiled for choice. There is a lot to see and do, but the beautiful natural scenery of the islands is really worth exploring. You may be content simply enjoying some of the world’s best beaches, but perhaps you’d like to try something a little different, too.

    Pu’uhonna o Honaunau

    This 180-acre park is home to traditional Hawaiian temples, thatched huts, and visitors can get a taste of Hawaii’s history. There is a long lava coastline here too, which is great to go snorkeling in.

    Night Diving With Kona Manta Rays

    In fact, you may like to go diving with Kona manta rays. Their wingspan is over 14 feet, and they often swim right up to divers. They do not have stingers, or teeth, so are perfectly harmless, but spectacular. There are organized tours. The rays are attracted to light, so you have a flashlight with you, in the water.

    Akaka Falls State Park

    Situated in the Waipi’o Valley are the spectacular Akaka Falls (442 feet). You may be lucky enough to see some of the wild horses that live in the valley, too. Hawaii is a place of spectacular natural beauty, and there is so much to see and do, that you won’t want for choice when you are exploring the islands.

  • Cruise Characteristics

    The Hawaii cruise departs from various ports. Tourist can book any cruise line from the nearest ports. A list of common ports is as follows:

    1. Honolulu (USA)
    2. Los Angeles
    3. San Francisco (USA)
    4. Vancouver (Canada)
    5. San Diego (USA)
    6. Sydney (Australia)
    7. Auckland (Australia)
    8. Brisbane (Australia)
    9. New Orleans (USA)

    The Hawaii cruises are operated by the world’s top class cruise lines. The most common cruise length is 6 to 9 days, but can also reach 40 days. A list of cruise lines is given below:

    1. Norwegian Cruise Line
    2. Princess Cruises
    3. Holland America Line
    4. Carnival Cruise Lines
    5. Celebrity Cruises
    6. Royal Caribbean
    7. Crystal Cruises
    8. Seabourn

    Norwegian Cruise Line offers a notable cruise experience to all its guests. Since its inception, the traditional cruise line creates an atmosphere of fun and relaxation.

    Some prominent cruise ships available for Hawaii sailings are as follows:

    1. Pride of America
    2. Grand Princess
    3. Ruby Princess
    4. Star Princess
    5. Golden Princess
    6. Celebrity Solstice
    7. Emerald Princess
    8. Oosterdam
    9. Carnival Splendor
    10. Norwegian Jewel

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