North Pacific Islands


The paradise isles that make up the US State of Hawaii are bright, vibrant and colourful. Hawaii is the ultimate tropical paradise with white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters full of multi-coloured fish weaving through fiery coral gardens.

Discover the secrets of Hawaii’s volcanic past and the natural beauty of these Pacific islands as they are today. The lush green vegetation, stunning tropical blossom is set against an impressive backdrop making this an incredible experience.

Each of the remarkable Islands has something different to offer you. Whether you want to ride on horseback through secret valleys, climb volcanoes in the National Park, learn to scuba dive or surf, stroll along the sun drenched sands, indulge in a little retail therapy or take a relaxing swim in the tropical lagoons, Hawaii is the ideal destination.

Hilo, the flower capital of Hawaii is a stunning, colourful city full of sleepy streets and charming wooden fronted shops. Excursions include a lava viewing hike and a soaring helicopter tour of the Circle of Fire and waterfalls.

Kailua Kona

Nestled at the bottom of Hualalai volcano, and near Kealakekua Bay, Kailua Kona was the playground of kings in ancient times. Don’t miss the cloud forest botanical walk.

Kauai Island

The garden isle of Kauai has unbeatable panoramic views and some dramatic attractions, such as Waimea Canyon and a 50ft water spouting geyser. For an unforgettable view of this, take the Heaven and Earth helicopter tour from Nawiliwili.

Maui Island

Whale watching from Maui is an amazing highlight to your holiday or for the more active take a wave surfing lesson. Take a visit to Kahului on the north shore of Maui, the home to Hawaiian Kings and Queens. Explore this charming old town and visit the town square dominated by the phenomenal Bayan Tree.

Oahu Island

Honolulu is the gem of Oahu, in the Hawaiian archipelago, with a beautiful setting backed by cliffs and the extinct volcano of Punchbowl. Popular excursions include swimming with dolphins and the Polynesian Cultural Centre.