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The Big Island?
Combo of 2?
Combo of 3?
Hawaii is America's tropical paradise. The currency and the driving rules are comfortably familiar and no passports are required for U.S. citizens. But it is also exotic and romantic. It has a marvelous history and a unique culture, even its own second language.
In Hawaii you can visit the only royal palace on U.S. soil. Or an active volcano. Snorkel and ski on snow on the same day. Inhale the fragrance of a fresh flower lei as you watch the hypnotic swaying of a grass skirt. Visit the Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor or stand on the deck of the Battleship Missouri in the exact place the Treaty with Japan was signed. Learn to surf or feast at a luau.
Relax on a secluded beach or hit the night clubs in a vibrant city. Dine on world-class cuisine. Golf on some of the most beautiful courses on the planet. Swim with turtles and dolphins. See dozens of waterfalls at one time. Or just relax on the beach and watch the sun set on the mighty Pacific.
Hawaii doen't just have something for everyone, it has loads of activities for every taste and inclination.
But Hawaii isn't just a single place, it is a collection of islands. If you go, should you visit just one? Or should you consider going to two or three? Which island has the best nightlife or the only active volcanoes? Which gives the most solitude or the most waterfalls? So many questions; so many choices.
Let our certified Hawaii experts help you sort through the choices and create a Hawaii visit you will treasure for a lifetime.
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your escape to Hawaii
Just one WARNING: Going to Hawaii can be and is likely to be habit forming. Once you go, you'll want to return again and again. The American Paradise is irresistable.
Why NOT Take A Cruise to See Hawaii?
If all you want to do is "SEE" Hawaii, a cruise is a reasonable way to go. But if you want to EXPERIENCE Hawaii, you need to spend a few days on an island. That gives you time to relax and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere, to meet the locals, to take a leisurely drive and not feel rushed. There is simply too much to do for a one-night stopover.
When you stay on an island, you have the freedom to explore and enjoy at your pace. And you can do it without being part of a mass group hearded off the ship onto busses and rushed from sight to sight.
Want to take a morning or an afternoon off and just lie on a beach... not likely if you have a cruise schedule regimenting you.
If you go to Hawaii, go to savor it, not just to quickly "see" it.
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