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The snowy peak of Mount Kilauea overlooks natural beauty so ubiquitous, it’s practically spiritual. This is where Kahunas surf, mighty sea voyagers settled and where the most active volcano in the world operates. Customise your Hawaiian holiday package with Travelbag to delve into the island luxury of a Pacific utopia.

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Holidays in Hawaii

Who could question the divinity of the Hawaiian Islands? Wide spread beauty and splendour are overlooked by active peaks like Kilauea, the dormant Mauna Kea and Haleakala and some 123 extinct cones. It’s very much the fiery spewing of these volcanoes that define a holiday in Hawaii. Coral reefs blistering with colour thrive off submerged cones and water logged magma chambers, loved up honeymooners in luxurious hotels look to the future from inspiring vantage points and wintering humpback whales return time and again to warm Pacific waters. For surfers it’s a place of origins and sanctity – the Ancient Hawaiian art of ‘wave sliding’ – and for nature bugs and geologists it’s an epicentre of bucket list wonders.

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Best Time to Travel

The USA's Hawaii has a tropical climate but the weather from island to island varies significantly. The leeward side of the islands (south and west) are hotter and drier than the windward (north and east) sides. The best way of figuring out when you should visit is deciding what activities you want to do. For instance, the best surfing waves are in the winter months (December – March). The cheapest time of the year is in the off season months of mid- April to early June (late spring) and September – mid-December (autumn). It’s also less crowded. The June to August summer still has decent deals on airfares and accommodation.

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The Islands

Every one is different. Mau’i is well situated for spotting whales travelling from Alaska and snorkelling the islet of Molokini – a marine life hotspot. Kaua’i is renowned for its sweeping red canyons and gorges. O’ahu (The Gathering Place) is the cultural epicentre; see for yourself on Waikiki, a celebrity beach if ever there was one. The namesake island, or ‘The Big Island’, is dominated by the easterly Volcanoes National Park that morphs into tropical forest and misty waterfalls leading down to volcanic sand beaches like Punalu’u. Get away from it all and ascend Kilauea – the world’s most active volcano and peer into steaming vents and lakes of lava.

Outdoor Activities

Life here is lived outside in the fresh coastal air. As such, Maori culture is built on a respect and love of the land – as should be the purpose of a visitor’s journey. Active holiday makers are spoilt for choice; hike lava fields in the morning, jungle in the afternoon and collapse onto black sand beaches in the evening. Ride horses through lush valleys like a paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) and learn to surf, the ancient and revered Hawaiian custom that once settled disputes of pride and romance. Snorkel the trippy colours of surrounding reefs to spot manta rays, sea turtles and dolphins.

Polynesian Culture

Like other cultures with Polynesian roots, Hawaiian’s express themselves through the performing arts. Don’t miss the group performance of the hulu, accompanied by European influences the ukulele. Explore the traditional Hawaiian handicrafts in O’ahu like kappa (bark beaten into cloth) and 18th century paintings from the Volcano School. In true American style, Hawaii has no dearth of foreign influence, there’s Japanese taiko drumming, surfing pros from the world over and the cosmopolitan Honolulu to hang out in, all operating alongside the proud descendants of ancient Maori sea voyagers.

Why Travelbag?

Travelbag has been customising holiday itineraries to Hawaii and beyond since 1979. We’re experts in the travel industry. Using the relationships we have developed over the years, we are able to deliver cheap flights, great value accommodation and full tailored packages to our customers.

Use this page to read about the features and highlights of a Hawaii holiday and decide how you’ll see these paradise islands. From luxury honeymoons and top class resorts to volcanic explorations and surf shacks we can help you book the best deal. If you’ve found a cheaper deal elsewhere, we promise to beat that price.

Call our customer services department on 0871 703 4707 or visit us in one of our branches to arrange and book your Hawaiian getaway today. Our phone lines are open from 9am until 9pm Monday to Friday, 9am until 6pm on Saturday and 10am until 5pm on Sundays.

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