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Oceania Cruises to Hawaii

The dazzling centrepiece of the North Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is a flourishing state which is famous for its extraordinary natural beauty, as well as the familial greetings of its locals. Available on selected sailings:

The Hawaiian archipelago consists of over nineteen islands, each with their own distinct surroundings and flavour. With Oceania Cruises’ Hawaii Cruises, the wealth of attractions upon these lush atolls can be yours to discover.

Hawaii or The Big Island is, you might have guessed, the largest of the major islands that make up the State. Oceania Cruises anchor in the port of Hilo, which is a remarkable starting point for the journey into Hawaii’s verdant hillsides.

The amazing molten formations at Volcanoes National Park, the chance to drive through the Saddle road, which passes between the immense facades of the Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa volcanoes and the sweeping landscapes of coffee and macadamia plantations, are but a few samples of what Hilo has to offer in terms of excursions.

Honolulu is the largest city you’ll encounter on Hawaii Cruises, but don’t let that disparage you. The city retains plenty of the laid back charm that makes Hawaii such a fantastic place visit. Despite being home to nearly a million people, the atmosphere of Honolulu is one of a dynamic city that completely complements its balmy, opulent surroundings.

Blessed with a moderate tropical climate, Honolulu is set on the sunny side of the island, so expect fantastic weather as you stroll through the cosmopolitan districts at its centre. For a look into Hawaiian culture, Honolulu offers up some of the archipelagos’ finest museums. The Bishop Museum is a massive collection of Hawaiian artifacts documenting the rich history of the islands, as well a huge volcanology exhibit and a mind blowing planetarium, and should definitely not be missed.

The port of Lahaina is fantastic if you are looking for a closer look at the vibrant marine life that inundates the crystal clear water of the archipelago. Scuba diving, snorkelling and even kayaking along the coast of this island will give cruisers an unprecedented look at sea turtles, multi coloured fish weaving their way through rainbow hued coral reefs, and even majestic humpback whales.

The oldest of the islands, Kauai (the home of Nawiliwili is one of the finest natural sites to be visited when sailing with Oceania Cruises. Nicknamed the Garden Island, prosperous rainfall means that the island is home to many tropical plants, but is also home to more miles of scenic, pure white beaches than any of the other Hawaiian Islands.

For nature lovers, this island is an indispensible gem, featuring stunning vistas upon the Wailua Rivers, the Na Pali coast, which features sheer cliffs that are thousands of feet high and overlook amazing beaches, and the Koke’e State Park, which is an incredible spot for camping and hiking.

With gorgeous sights to discover on all of Oceania Cruises’ Hawaii Cruises ports, cruisers will find an island paradise worthy of its reputation as one of the finest places to sail to in the world.

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