Hawaii might be an isolated archipelago in the middle of the Pacific, but it packs a punch. This tour takes you to four islands over two weeks, perfect for travellers who want to see all the hot spots including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Other escapades include Oahu’s North Shore to watch surfers tackle some mega waves; Kualoa Ranch, where Jurassic Park was filmed; a luau in Maui, and more. Start flexing your adventurous muscles. You’re gonna need them.
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Aloha! Welcome to Hawaii. There are no planned activities today, so check into the hotel and spend some time exploring Waikiki. In the evening, join the group for a welcome meeting with the CEO.
Explore the island on a tour of Oahu's highlights.
Dive in to your Hawaiian adventure with a tour of some of it's most iconic sights. Explore the sandy beaches of Oahu's North Shore, and keep your eyes peeled for some of the planet's best surfers as they converge here for the most epic waves imaginable. Continue along the coast as we stop at various lookouts and food trucks, for the ultimate North Shore experience.
Start your day with a tour of the lush Kualoa Ranch Nature Reserve, famously the set of many of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. After an exciting tour of filming locations, cool off in the crystal blue waters of the Secret Island Beach, complete with paddleboards, kayaks and relaxing beach hammocks. Cap off another perfect day with a sunset sail off Waikiki beach, as the gold and orange skies soar over paradise.
Oahu is packed full of things to see and do on this free day. With free time, opt to take a day trip to Pearl Harbor, go for a swim at the stunning Hanauma Bay, hike to the top of Diamond Head, take a surf lesson or just hang loose on the beach Hawaiian-style!
Hop on a short flight to the island of Kauai and transfer to the quaint town of Kapa'a.
Kauai is a nature lovers dream – with stunning mountains that crash into the sea, majestic waterfalls, big swells, red-rock canyons, and some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet. Get the adrenaline pumping with a variety of adventure activities, or take it easy with some well-deserved r&r; Kauai has something for everyone.
Depart early for a day trip to Waimea Canyon, one of the most iconic areas of Kauai – the rugged valley and colossal cliffs are a sight to behold. On a clear day, look down into Kalalau Valley and the Na Pali Coast to see one of the most remote places on the island.
Coined the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific", Waimea Canyon, is ten-miles long and 3600 feet deep. Hike along it's winding rim and visit several lookout points to take in the vast beauty of the area.
On the way back to the hotel, enjoy a stop at a local favorite spot.
Join the locals and hop on a bus for a free day to explore Kauai's North Shore town of Hanalei. Enjoy the slower pace of this town only accessible by a single lane bridge.
Swim, shop, bodysurf, or chill out on the beach. Opt to rent a surfboard, kayak or paddleboard for fun in the waters Hanalei Bay or Hanalei River. Enjoy free time on the Garden Island with Bali Hai as the backdrop. Spend as much or as little time as you like.
Catch a flight to Maui.
After checking into the hotel, get out to start exploring Maui.
In the morning hit the beach with your group. Opt to snorkel, learn how to hang 10 with a surf lesson, go whale watching (seasonal), or just relax. In the afternoon, head to Lahaina and check out Banyan Court with the oldest living tree on Maui. Stroll along Front Street to enjoy the shopping and local art.
Whatever you choose, make sure to save plenty of energy (and appetite) for this evening's Luau, a traditional Hawaiian party featuring dancing and delicious local foods like Poke and roast Pork.
Hop onboard and travel the famous Road to Hana. Enjoy the multiple stops along the way that highlight the local culture and take you back to the times of the Gods.
Get out and stretch enroute at Hana Farms home of the best banana bread and all sorts of tropical fruits. Continue to Waiʻanapanapa State Park and squeeze the black volcanic sand through your toes, and opt to walk through a Lava Tube. Journey further down the road to the town of Hana and enjoy local lunch specialties.
After lunch, head to Hamoa Beach surrounded by Hala trees to relax and soak it all in. Head back towards the hotel, stopping at a local favorite, Paia Fish Market for their signature 'Fresh Fish with Aloha' for dinner.
Catch a flight to the island of Hawai'i (aka the Big Island) and transfer to the town of Hilo. Known for it's unique black lava environment and laid back atmosphere, enjoy the rest the day to explore as you see fit.
Enjoy a free day in Hilo. Opt to visit Wailuku River State Park to see the colourful mist of Rainbow Falls and the Boiling Pots, a series of pools carved by lava that give the appearance that they're bubbling. Alternatively, check out the town of Hilo, go kayaking in Hilo Bay, or opt to take in the vast scenery of Volcanoes National Park from above on an optional helicopter flight.
Travel to Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park and discover the lava flows and martian-like landscapes. During a full-day excursion, drive over new lava flows, see newly created black sand beaches, and hike to see cavernous craters. See first hand how the Hawaiian islands were formed, and continue to grow!
Enjoy the town of Kailua-Kona and an included visit to Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park. Visit the sacred grounds Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, home of many of Hawaii's monarchs, and a place of refuge during times of strife. Tour the park and witness the various wood-carved statues, learn about the ancient laws known as Kapu, and the spiritual undercurrents of Hawaiian culture.
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Trip Name: Hawaii Multi-Island Adventure
Duration: 15 Days
From Price: ₤3,735
Supplier Tour ID: NUOB/205167
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