Hawaii holidays are perfect for those seeking an exotic feeling location with a real flavour of the USA.


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Indulge yourself on your Hawaii holiday with an unforgettable stay in a luxurious 5 star hotel. Travelbag offers an excellent range of lavish 5 star hotels and resorts in Hawaii, with only the highest standards of service and quality available in the most breathtaking locations.

Hawaii Highlights

There is much more to these islands than just golden sands and surfing the waves, as the middle of each island is dramatic and rugged in equal measure.

It might be the 50th state of the United States but it’s a world away to your classic American holiday. The iconic Waikiki Beach in Honolulu boasts the view of the classic palm-lined beach haven but then you can also experience the likes of Volcanoes National Park on Big Island where you work through jungle and climb to the top for a sensational panoramic.

Whether you want adventure or a couple of weeks relaxing in tropical weather, it is all here in Hawaii.

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Things to do in Hawaii

  • Whale-watching in Maui.
  • Trekking through the Volcanoes National Park.
  • Surfing off Waikiki Beach.
  • Sampling old Hawaii with a trip to Molokai.
  • Cliff diving at Ka’anapali Beach.
  • Driving the Hana Highway.

A trip to Hawaii is sure to be an unforgettable holiday. Find out more about this destination, and you can have a tailor-made trip to paradise.

As the temperature doesn’t vary too much throughout the year, your suitcase will look pretty much the same whenever you travel to Hawaii.

Sun, sea and sand are what come to mind when you think of the trip so beachwear with swim suits, shorts, t-shirts, skirts, sundresses and other cover-up clothing is imperative. On your feet you will want sandals, flip-flops or water shoes if you like to wear something in the ocean. Don’t forget a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen for the intense sun rays. Also, if you think you might hike in a national park or take a helicopter tour then a pair of walking shoes will be extremely useful.

In the evening the temperature cools off a little but not too much so casual shoes, long pants and a light jacket or sweater will be useful. Some restaurants may be smart casual so consider dress shoes, blouses and collared shirts.

Plenty of things can be bought in the chain pharmacies on the islands but make sure you have important toiletries, lotions and medications in your bag so that you aren’t without anything.

  • Capital – Honolulu
  • Currency – US dollar
  • Language – English
  • Time Zone – GMT-10

Hawaii has a tropical climate but the islands experience different conditions depending on their location. Generally, the weather is very consistent and there are two seasons: summer from May through October and winter that runs from November to April.

At sea level, you get a daytime temperature of just over 29ºC in the summer whilst in winter you can expect 25ºC as the average during the day. At night these will cool off by between 10 to 12 degrees. These are ideal beach holiday conditions and the warm trade winds add to the paradise feel of the islands.

The recommended time to travel to Hawaii is between March and May because you get calm waters, cool days and very little rainfall. June to August give you the highest temperatures while December and February receives rain.

It is important to remember that, as the islands are on a hot spot beneath the earth’s Pacific Plate, they have mountains in the middle and the temperature can get significantly cooler inland. Also, keep in mind that the islands are bio diverse thanks to leeward sides – which are hot and dry – and windward sides – which are cool and moist.


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