Come experience the wonders of Hawaii on an incredible cruise vacation. Explore the islands, Maui’s waterfalls and winding back roads on a four-wheel adventure through Kauai. Discover lush rain forests and orchid-scented botanical gardens on Hawaii, and hike Oahu’s Diamond Head and Koko Head volcanoes.
Whether you’re an adventure seeker or you just want to relax and recharge, Hawaii offers you the best of both worlds. The ultimate playround, the islands of Hawaii boast a myriad of activities on both land and sea, including: snorkeling, scuba-diving, swimming, whale-watching, horseback riding, helicopter tours, hiking, golfing, big-game fishing and, of course, surfing. Aloha!
Snorkel with dolphins and sea turtles in the shadow of Lanai Hike across the lunar landscape of Hawaii’s lava fields Watch the acrobatics as Hawaii’s surfers defy death in Hawaii’s famed shore break Explore Hawaii’s shoreline on horseback Experience the true taste of treats from the Far East in Honolulu
Areas of Interest
Hawaii’s most populous and famous island, Oahu is renowned for its shopping, its food, its beautiful beaches, and its breathtaking views. Check out the surfers on the North Shore, or Diamond Head Crater in Waikiki.
The second largest Hawaiian island, Maui is known for its numerous beaches, rain forests, waterfalls, eucalyptus groves, and even unique cattle ranches. Don’t miss the view from Haleakala, the largest dormant volcano in the world.
So green it’s been nicknamed the “Garden Island,” Kauai is a lush, largely unexplored paradise. Snorkel in its beautiful turquoise waters or explore the rain forests where Jurassic Park was shot.
Hawaii, the Big Island
The island of Hawaii is called the Big Island with good reason. It’s more than twice the size of all the other Hawaiian islands combined. And every inch is covered with lush scenery, from rugged volcanoes to waterfalls and rain forests. It’s home to the steaming craters and hardened-lava rivers of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
What to Pack
Days onboard are casual, and you’ll be most comfortable in sport clothes and resort wear. Shoes should be low-heeled for deck activities. Bring a few swimsuits so you’ll always have a dry one. You don’t have to bring towels, as they are provided. And don’t forget your camera and binoculars, so you don’t miss a thing.
For evening wear, count on three basic types of attire: Casual: Dresses or slacks and blouses for women, sport shirts and trousers for men
Smart Casual: Dresses or pantsuits for women, jackets for men
Formal: Cocktail dresses for women, suits and ties or tuxedos for men (you can usually arrange to rent a tuxedo onboard).
Ashore, you’ll need comfortable walking shoes as well as a hat and sunscreen for protection from the sun.