There are four main Hawaiian Islands to choose from - Big Island, Oahu, Maui and Kauai -each providing visitors with a plethora of activities, meaning you'll never want for something to do. Watch surfers take on the impressive waves at Oahu's Waikiki Beach before plucking up your courage to try yourself; be amazed by cliff divers at Waimea Valley National Park or head to Molokini's underwater volcanic crater and snorkel to swim alongside sea turtles.
Hawaii Food & Drink
Hawaiian cuisine is a melting pot of flavours, thanks to the variety of cultures that have settled on the islands over the centuries. Head to a traditional luau for a buffet feast of Hawaiian, Asian and Polynesian flavours, dining on kalua pork, lomi-lomi salmon and all the poi you can eat. And to quench your thirst, sip on a Mai Tai cocktail.
Whether you love history, nature or adventure, you'll find something to keep you busy on your luxury Hawaiian holiday. Spend time in Honolulu, Hawaii's capital city and home to the Arizona War Memorial at Pearl Harbour and the famous Waikiki Beach. Or make your way to Big Island to see the Thurston Lava Tube and the stunning active volcanoes at Volcanoes National Park.