Experience Hawaii differently. Enjoy one-of-a-kind experiences and uncover local secrets when our friends across the country open their doors to you. Here’s just a sample of the rich experiences you can expect.
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Explore the golden beaches of Waikiki
Home of the perfect wave, Waikiki is one of the best-loved places in Hawaii to soak up the sun and sea. Head down to Waikiki Beach, a two-mile strip of powdery white sand, where you can take a dip in the turquoise waters and admire the gorgeous Hawaiian sunset.
Tour the lively seaside village of Kailua-Kona
Set on the west coast of the Big Island (Hawaii Island), Kailua-Kona was once the playground of Hawaiian royalty. Today, it’s a vibrant village and our Local Specialists will show you the dazzling white Kona Hawaii Temple and introduce you to Kona’s coffee culture with a visit to a local coffee plantation.
Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
We’ll reveal the thrilling beauty of Volcanoes National Park on Hawaii’s Big Island with a walk through a real lava tube and a visit to an interpretive museum to learn about these incredible active volcanoes. We’ll also take you for lunch at a restaurant with the steaming Halema'uma'u Crater as the backdrop.
Meet conservation naturalists of the Maui Ocean Centre
Dive to the depths of Maui’s underwater world with a visit to the Maui Ocean Centre. We’ll introduce you to the passionate conservation naturalists who will show you around the largest tropical reef aquarium in the Western Hemisphere, filled with sharks, Hawaiian green sea turtles, live Pacific coral and thousands of tropical fish.
Learn about bio-dynamic farming in Hawaii
Make a Difference with a visit to a local farm in Maui, where you’ll discover the island’s sustainable agricultural practices and support the farm-to-table movement. After learning about bio-dynamic farming, you’ll enjoy a gourmet lunch made with ingredients freshly picked from the farm’s gardens and orchards.
Our top 5 things to do in Hawaii
From the sustainable farms of Maui, to the sugary beaches of Waikiki and the volcanoes of Big Island, our Hawaii holiday packages reveal every side of this beautiful state.
The USS Missouri memorial is dedicated to preserving the famous ship and her story, documenting the ship from the first launch in 1944 until today. As the site where WWII formally ended, the USS Missouri is one of the most important artefacts of the war.
The Bishop Museum is the largest museum in Hawaii and houses the world’s largest collection of Polynesian cultural artefacts and over 24 million natural history specimens. There’s also a number of interactive displays, with planetarium shows and a Science Adventure Centre.
Built in 1882 in Honolulu, the grand Iolani Palace was once the home of Hawaii’s reigning monarchs. Today it’s a Natural Historic Landmark and a living restoration of Hawaiian culture where you’ll discover the royal histories of King Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani.
Best museums in Hawaii
Our Hawaii tour packages show you the vibrant history and culture of Hawaii through the country’s top museums, from indigenous cultures to the history of Pearl Harbour.
A traditional dish of Native Hawaiian cuisine, poke is a dish of diced raw fish (traditionally tuna or octopus), seasoned with green onions, soy sauce, sesame oil, seaweed or wasabi. You can find popular modern versions served with additions like avocado, mushrooms, pineapple and jalapeños.
Pork Lau Lau
Pork Lau Lau is a delicious Native Hawaiian dish, made of chunks of pork wrapped in taro (luau) leaf and cooked in a traditional imu oven (an underground pit). Today, pork lau lau is commonly steamed on the stove and served as a lunch dish with a side of rice.
Lomi Lomi Salmon
A traditional Hawaiian dish, lomi lomi salmon is a cold salad of shredded salmon, tomatoes and sweet Maui onions. The name comes from the preparation method, as lomi lomi means ‘to massage’ in Hawaiian, and the salmon is traditionally rubbed with salt by hand before serving.
Best food in Hawaii
Hawaiian cuisine is a tasty blend of native, Asian and European influences, featuring fresh fish, fruit, vegetables and spices. We’ll show you the best spots to taste the classic Hawaiian dishes.
What to pack for Hawaii
With hundreds of beautiful beaches and some of the world’s best surf, you’ll need to pack your swimsuit for your Hawaii trip.
Protect yourself from the sun and protect the coral from Oxybenzone or Octinoxate. Both of these chemicals (commonly found in sunscreen) will be banned in Hawaii from 2021.
Waterproof day bag
Whether you’re trekking to a waterfall or venturing out on a snorkelling trip, you’ll need a waterproof day bag to protect your phones and cameras.
In Hawaii, the standard voltage is 120 V and the power plugs and sockets are of type A and B. The standard frequency is 60 Hz.
Hawaii is famed for its towering mountains, hidden waterfalls and phenomenal viewpoints, so bring a sturdy pair of shoes for your hiking adventures.