Holidays to the Island of Hawaii

Multi-Centre Holidays to Big Island

Black and white sand beaches, lush green-clad rainforest, pink shot sunsets and vivid red lava flows… you’ll find a kaleidoscope of colour on Big Island in Hawaii. The biggest island in the archipelago is one of the most diverse with snow-capped mountains, active volcanoes, popular snorkelling sites and active volcanoes. But why only visit one island? We think the best way to really discover the Hawaiian islands is on a multi-centre holiday. Hop between the four largest islands to see all there is to see and do – and don’t forget, a stopover on the USA west coast is one of the best ways to break up the long journey. Call our USA Travel Specialists to arrange your itinerary.

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Big Island Travel Information

There are flights from the UK to Hawaii every day, most to Honolulu International Airport.  

  • Currency: US dollars 
  • Time difference: GMT -10
  • Flight from UK: 17 hours 50 minutes to Honolulu 
  • Visa: Yes - ESTA required prior to arrival 
  • Language: English and Hawaiian 
  • National drink: Blue Hawaiian cocktail
  • National dish: Poi Hawaiian culture blends Polynesian traditions with western influences
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Big Island Activities


Visiting the Volcanoes National Park to discover more about the powerful forces which shaped the group of islands that make up Hawaii is a great way to begin your journey. After that, scuba dive beneath the waves with majestic manta rays and take a closer look at Big Island's flora and fauna on horseback. To experience the relaxed pace of life for which Hawaii is renowned, spend a few hours wandering the quaint little town of Hawi, with its charming plantation buildings.

Big Island Food & Drink


The Island of Hawaii offers a range of casual dining experiences; enjoy dinner on open terraces overlooking the sea, tuck into a buffet by moonlight or be entertained by local musicians as you eat. You can also spoil yourself by opting for cocktails and a spot of dinner poolside after taking a refreshing dip. Being an island, seafood is the speciality in many Island of Hawaii restaurants, but Japanese cuisine is also popular, as are American classics such as steak, hamburgers and milkshakes.

Big Island Attractions


On a Island of Hawaii luxury holiday you can discover Hawaii's many sacred, historical sites; learn about the islands past by paying a visit to the Mookini Heiau State Monument, a religious temple of huge significance to Hawaiian culture. Off the beaten track, but utterly unmissable, is the Akaka Falls State Park, where you can go on short hikes along paved footpaths festooned with lush vegetation like wild orchids and fern draped trees, and offering views of towering waterfalls.

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