the waves hope they catch you
Put on your lei and hula on down to palm-fringed lagoons, lush rainforests, and soaring volcanoes. Or, just sit on the beach, relax and sip on your Mai Tai. With eight islands to explore and a diverse range of Hawaiian experiences to enjoy, this paradise treasure-trove is spoiling you for choice.
Things to see and do in Hawaii
Destinations in Hawaii
Enthusiastic snorkelers can discover an underwater wonderland of marine life with some of the best dives in the world in Maui. Dominated by two huge volcanoes, you’ll also find fine sandy beaches, exotic rainforests, dramatic cliffs and sugar cane plantations.
See glowing lava streams at night or see the eruption of steam as it falls off coastal cliffs into the ocean. Elsewhere, discover lands of coffee and kings, with the most expensive coffee in the world at Kona, and residences of Hawaii’s monarchy scattered around the island.
The birthplace of surf and home to a lively Waikiki beach, Oahu is Hawaii’s bustling hub of activity. Some of the worlds’ best beaches, dramatic mountain ranges, and stunning sunsets are all part of the charm
Known for its lush vegetation, dramatic scenery and unspoilt natural reserves, Kauai is a Hollywood scenery super-star.
You’ll find dry, sunny weather with pristine beaches yet the central volcanic peak is said to be the wettest place on earth! A hike through the verdant forests will make you feel like Indiana Jones – and you wouldn’t be far wrong because Raiders of the Lost Ark was actually filmed here!
Essential information for Hawaii
Yes. You'll need to obtain approval no less than 72 hours prior to travel to the US via the ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) scheme.
Fly to L.A or San Francisco with Virgin Atlantic, stay a night or two, then catch an onward flight to Hawaii with Hawaiian Airlines.