Hawaii may be the USA’s youngest state, but it still has plenty to tantalise your travel taste buds – fierce volcanoes, bountiful beaches, jungle-clad hills and world-class surfing, to name a few. Its eight islands – perfect for hopping between – are also the birthplace of SUPing (stand up paddle boarding), which gives you an idea of how laid back this tropical archipelago truly is. It’s about more than lazy days by the water though; in fact its culture is one of the most rich, unique, throughout the entire United States. And whether you explore spots like Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor, Kualoa Ranch or Honolulu on Oahu; surf at sunrise in Po’ipū Beach Park, SUP the Huleia River, or sail along the Nāpali coast in Kauai; and immerse yourself in the food and drink of Maui – particularly the Upcountry Farmers Market – there’s real adventure to be had here too. This is the land of valley hikes, unforgettable mountain vistas, humpback whale-watching and water sports aplenty...
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Popular Hawaii Holidays
There’s loads to do in Hawaii, but the highlights can be found around Oahu (The Heart of Hawaii), Maui (The Valley Isle), Kauai (The Garden Island) and the Island of Hawaii. This where our tailor-made holidays called Journeys come in. They’ll help you get a big dose of the islands’ culture and adventure – from sunrise volcano hikes to ziplining – while also including flights, accommodation and transfers too. And if it’s pure relaxation you’re after, there are few better places to unwind than The Aloha State: our range of beach Escapes will help you indulge on the best silica, in some of the most decadent properties this Pacific treasure has to offer.
More about Hawaii
Currency: US Dollar
Vaccinations: Extra vaccinations are not required
Flight time: London to Honolulu flight time is around 18 hours with a stopover
Airport: Honolulu International Airport
Visas: British Citizens require an ESTA, which you can apply for online
Top 3 Things to Do in Hawaii
- Learn to surf or SUP
- Take a helicopter tour to Sacred Falls and above the Diamond Head crater on Oahu
- Snorkel at night with manta ray on the island of Hawaii
When to Go to Hawaii
With its tropical location, Hawaii only really has two seasons – both of which are warm. April to October promises the driest weather, while November to March is the wet season. That being said, travelling during the latter can mean better deals on holidays, airfares and accommodation. The weather varies inland too, with the mountains, volcanoes and valleys having their own microclimates, so whenever you visit it’s worth taking a waterproof and suitable footwear if you plan to hike.
Why Book Your Hawaii Holiday with Flight Centre
We know Hawaii: Many of our Experts have visited Hawaii while our USA specialists work closely with the archipelago’s hotels and tour operators to ensure our holidays feature the latest and greatest it has to offer, and at the best-value prices.
Local knowledge: Flight Centre has stores throughout the USA, giving us access to fantastic local knowledge. With a team on the ground, we’ll not only ensure you have a fantastic experience, but also offer you insider information and tips that only locals will know.
Flexibility: We offer flexible deposits, the opportunity to pay the balance of your holiday just 10 weeks before departure and fixed change and cancellation fees.
Travel Butler and 24/7 Emergency Assistance Service: When you book a holiday to Hawaii from our range of tailor-made Journeys, you’ll also enjoy access to our inclusive Travel Butler concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance services.
Where to Go in Hawaii
Hawaii Holiday Advice and Inspiration
Ready to start planning your Hawaii holiday? Get some inspiration from our Travel Experts and some of the best travel bloggers in the industry on our blog below: