Famous for its fantastic beaches, tropical climate, fantastic shopping and unique Polynesian culture, Hawaii is a unique collection of islands each with its own character and some of the world's most popular holiday destinations. Enjoy the picturesque scenery, impressive mountains and lush rainforest as well as icons like Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, the breathtaking sunrises of Maui, the natural beauty of Kaua'i and the sizzling molten lava of the Big Island's active volcano.

Hawaii Accommodation

Hawaii accommodation is as many and varied as the islands themselves offering everything from budget hotels to five star luxury resorts. With most set along the many beaches of Hawaii's Islands, there is accommodation to suit every type of traveller and budget. With so many islands to choose from it's not just the island you need to decide on, it's which gorgeous beach to stay on too. Whether you're on your honeymoon or a romantic getaway, a family vacation or island adventure Hawaii holidays have something for everyone.

Popular Hawaii Regions

Hawaii Activities

Each of the Hawaiian Islands has their own special atmosphere and attractions including golden beaches, excellent surfing, beautiful scenery and natural marvels. The ideal place to learn about the local culture and history, Hawaii offers a variety of tours and attractions including trips to the historic Pearl Harbour or the world's best astronomical observation site. Whatever your interest, the fascinating Hawaiian Islands deliver a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Hawaii Packages

There are so many choices when it comes to a Hawaii holiday, not just which hotel you want to stay in but which island to base yourself on! Hawaii holiday packages are an excellent way to find the accommodation that best suits your needs as well as prices that match your budget. By combining all of your flights, accommodation, transfers, meals, tours and much more you can save money and the hassle of organising everything separately.

Hawaii Facts

Hawaii is a state of the United States just above the equator of the North Pacific Ocean. Hawaii is actually a group of islands consisting of 8 main islands, only 6 of which are inhabited. The Hawaiian Islands were created by movements of the Pacific Plates which caused volcanic eruptions that occurred for over 70 million years and created the islands of today.