Hawaii cruise guide

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Few places evoke images of paradise like Hawaii. White beaches, palm trees and a warm welcome await you on a cruise to this peaceful part of the world. And of course, Cruise 1st Australia has all the best deals.

To see all our latest Hawaii cruise deals, click here. Or keep reading to find out why Hawaii is at the top of so many people’s ‘must-visit’ list!

Reasons to visit Hawaii

Hawaii is not an island in itself but actually a group of 8 main islands: Niʻihau, Kauaʻi, Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Kahoʻolawe, Maui and the island of Hawaiʻi. The entire Hawaiian island chain stretches some 1,500 miles and spans hundreds of islands, but the main islands are where most of the action is (unless you count volcanoes!).

The all-year-round warm climate, diverse scenery, pristine beaches and active volcanoes make Hawaii an ideal destination no matter what you’re into. You’ll find time for rest and relaxation, exploration and great food – there really is something for everyone.

Many people don’t realise that Hawaii has a rich history, and you’ll also be able to hear the stories of sacred burial grounds, petroglyphs (that’s stone carvings to you and me) and the ancient beliefs that underpin the islands’ unique culture.

On many of our Hawaii cruises you’ll also visit the surrounding Pacific Islands such as Tahiti and Pago Pago – not to mention other destinations further afield.

Cruise lines currently offering Hawaii cruise deals include Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Carnival Cruises, Holland America Line and Celebrity Cruises.

Book your Hawaii cruise today

Below is a selection of some of the latest deals. To see more, visit our Hawaii cruise deals page. Don’t forget to use the search tool to find other cruises that might suit you.

Hawaiian Islands (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Pride of America
11th December 2014 for 12 nights

After flying from Australia, you’ll embark on a cruise from Honolulu which visits Maui, Hawaii, Hilo, Kona and back to Honolulu. You’ll then fly back to Australia.

Hawaii to Sydney (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Rhapsody of the Seas
14th September 2014 for 21 nights

After a flight to Honolulu, you’ll set off on a cruise which stops at Pago Pago, Apia, Suva, Mystery Island, Port Vila (Vanuatu), Noumea and Sydney.

Los Angeles to Sydney (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on MS Volendam
26th September 2014 for 23 nights

After flying to Los Angeles from Sydney, you’ll set off on a cruise which visits Hilo, Honolulu, Pago Pago, Dravuni (Fiji Islands), Lautoka, Noumea and Sydney.

Image sourced via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit: Patrick McNally 

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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