Hawaii is set in the middle of the Pacific Ocean like pebbles skimmed across a pond. The Hawaiian islands' isolation from the outside world has given a supremely relaxed atmosphere that will ease all holiday makers.
There is so much to experience on each island that a cruise really is the best opportunity to experience the diversity that each island brings. Stroll the famous Waikiki Beach to the poignant memorial at Pearl Harbour and the capital Honolulu, the island of Oahu is probably the most well known of these Pacific gems.
Volcanoes, lava flows, mountains and the surf attract visitors to the Big Island of Hawaii, or for a more recreational feel the island of Maui awaits with rain forests to be explored or just take in the scenery whilst you lounge on one of the many unspoilt beaches.
Offering luxurious accommodation and a host of activities for young children, a Hawaiian cruise promises a fantastic holiday experience for the whole family.
Most Hawaiian cruises liners stop in at the islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Kiribati and Ensenada, while on the major island of Hawaii the ship will usually stop at both Hilo and Kona, which are located on opposite sides of the island.
No visit to Hawaii would be complete without attending a luau. Guests can also try out hula lessons or learn to surf on some of the finest beaches in the world.