Experience Hawaii: Oahu & Maui

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Duration (in days): 7

From: Honolulu

To: Honolulu

From

£1,105

Exc. International flights (per person, based on 2 sharing) 
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Overview

If you want to relax and explore the splendour of Hawaii, then this week long trip is perfect for you. Explore the history of Honolulu, from the Arizona Memorial to the Punchbowl Cemetery of the Pacific before enjoying a sunset walk along Waikiki Beach or an afternoon of snorkelling at Hanauma Bay.

In Maui you can take your car and cruise the scenic Hana Drive as you search for a quiet beach where you can enjoy the natural beauty of the island’s beaches. After a day of relaxing, take a trip to the volcanic landscape of Haleakala National Park where you can hike among the cinder cones or head up to the verdant Waikamoi Cloud Forest at the top of the mountain.

This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.

Highlights of Oahu & Maui

  • Explore the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbour
  • Walk along Waikiki Beach at sunset
  • Relax on the golden beaches of Maui
  • Discover the moon-like landscape of Haleakala National Park
Itinerary

 

Itinerary in brief:

  • 3 nights Honolulu
  • 3 nights Maui

Day 1: Arrival in Honolulu

Aloha and welcome to Hawaii! On arrival onto Oahu you’ll enjoy a flower lei greeting at the airport before being transferred to your hotel in Waikiki Beach.


Day 2: Honolulu

The first thing to do in Honolulu is to take a tour of Pearl Harbour, which we have included in your trip. This iconic harbour was attacked by the Japanese in 1941, triggering the USA’s entry into World War II. Pay your respects at the Arizona Memorial and learn about the tragedy at the visitor centre which will give you lots of insight into the events leading up to the attack. Later you’ll visit the Punchbowl National Cemetery and take a tour through the city of Honolulu, where you’ll visit the Iolani Palace and the statue of King Kamehameha who founded the Kingdom of Hawaii.

After the tour, you’ll have the rest of the day at leisure.


Day 3: Honolulu

Today is a free day – you can just relax on the golden sands of Waikiki or if you want something more adventurous, try a hike along the Diamond Head Trail. It is a massively rewarding hike, with 365 degree views when you reach the summit. From down on Waikiki Beach it can look like a challenging climb but it actually only takes around an hour to reach the 760-foot summit.


Day 4: Honolulu to Maui

In the morning, you’ll be transferred to the airport for your flight from Honolulu to Maui. On arrival in Maui, you’ll pick up your car hire from the airport and drive to your hotel - the rest of the day is at leisure so why not explore your hotel before heading to the beach for a sunset cocktail.


Day 5: Maui

Today is a free day to enjoy Maui – you might not even want to venture far from the beach but with so many to choose from its worth visiting a few! Makena Beach has beautiful golden sand with beautiful green water that laps at the beach while Mokapu Beach is perfect for anyone learning to snorkel or scuba dive, with calm waters and a relaxed vibe. Up on the north-west coast, Napili Bay has white sand and swaying palm trees – a quintessentially Hawaiian experience!


Day 6: Maui

Why not get out and explore today – driving the Hana Highway will give you fabulous views of the ocean and take you down to the Haleakala National Park, perfect for a day of adventure. The moonlike landscape of Haleakala is made from the lava flows and ash from the crater of the volcano and the varied scenery will expose you to barren cindercones and lush cloudforest higher up the trailheads. It’s well worth a full day of hiking before exploring the Seven Sacred Pools in the corner of the park, where waterfalls trickle slowly into the sea. 


Day 7: Departure

Sadly your time in Hawaii has come to an end and today you’ll return your car to the airport before catching your flight back to Honolulu. Aloha!

Info

High Season in Hawaii is from December to April & June to August, winter is wetter but is a good time for whale watching and surfing. Prices around the Christmas, New Year and Easter holidays are the highest with October & November being the cheapest months to visit. May and September can be a good time to visit with crowds fewer and temperatures mild.

This itinerary is purely a suggestion, and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you.

What's included: 

  • Flower Lei Greeting
  • Return shared airport transfers
  • 3 nights in Honolulu including resort fee
  • Pearl Harbour Arizona Memorial City Tour
  • 3 nights in Maui
  • Car hire in Maui
  • Return flights from Honolulu to Maui

Not included: 

  • International flights
  • Any meals not mentioned
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips & gratuities
Accommodation

 6 nights in 3* accommodation.

Accommodation in this standard includes:

  • Waikiki Resort Hotel

  • Kaanapali Beach Hotel

 

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