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The tropical delights of Hawaii and the delightful experience of Celebrity Cruises combine to great effect when you’re looking for a luxurious getaway among breath-taking scenery. You’ll be able to experience the best of this island state, dotted with beautiful beaches and luscious green landscapes that stretch far into the distance.
Even for experienced cruisers there’s always a special feeling when it comes to Hawaii cruises, as guests revel in the whole atmosphere of paradise that seems to exude from every corner. There’s also a welcoming vibe generated by the locals, aided by the thrilling traditional performances that you can look forward to including traditional dancers and fire shows.
There’s a lot to see on a Hawaii cruise, which is why all itineraries are at least 10 nights long, with some lasting up to 15 nights. Cruises depart from a variety of ports including San Diego in California, Ensenada in Mexico, Vancouver in Canada and from Honolulu in Hawaii itself.
In Honolulu, one of the major ports you’ll visit on Celebrity cruises in Hawaii, you’ll be able to head to one of the most famous beaches in the whole world – Waikiki. It’s a picturesque ideal, with golden sands and calm waters that offer an ideal climate for swimming. You can tour Iolani Palace, home of the Hawaiian monarchy, and climb the extinct volcano Diamond Head. Honolulu epitomises everything that there is to love about rural Hawaii.
Hilo is a peaceful retreat with some of the most gorgeous natural scenery you could ever hope to see, including luscious forests and gushing waterfalls. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is home to craters and other formations created by lava that once flowed to the ocean. Excursions to the Imiloa Astronomy Center are available, where you can learn about the history of the Hawaiian Islands along with astronomy, or you can shop for quaint local accessories and jewellery in the various shops on the island.
You can see the largest dormant volcano in the whole world on Maui, named Haleakala. If your cruise takes place between December and March you might be lucky enough to witness the migration of the humpback whales, as they return to their feeding grounds for the winter.
One of the best locations for snorkelling is Kailua Kona, with crystal clear waters filled with schools of tropical fish and gorgeous aquatic plant life. This area is also home to Kealakekua Bay, a marine sanctuary where you can learn about the wildlife of the region.
These are just a handful of some of the ports a typical Crystal Hawaii cruise visits, but individual itineraries vary so browse the latest deals to learn more about what you can enjoy.
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