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Hawaii is what holiday dreams are made of. Think undulating landscapes of lush vegetation, secluded beaches of powdery sand and mysterious volcanoes, all waiting to be discovered.
Our stunning destinations.
Flanked by two volcanoes, the City of Rainbows is a kayaking paradise. Journey into the interior, a natural wonderland replete with rainforests and oozing lava flows, where ancient Hawaii lives on.
Kailua Kona is located on the picturesque Kona Coast, where some of the world's best coffee is harvested. Close to the marine sanctuary of Kealakekua Bay, it’s also a snorkelling haven.
The most prominent feature of Maui is Haleakala, the world's largest dormant volcano. You might also witness one of nature's greatest spectacles; the annual migration of humpback whales between December and March.
Even in Hawaii’s capital, you’ll find some of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls. Sunbathe at iconic Waikiki Beach, then delve into the story of Pearl Harbour at the Arizona Memorial.
Discover incredible destinations in Hawaii.
The siren call of Hawaii is irresistible for the adventurous. The eight Hawaiian Islands are the pinnacle of tropical luxury, where sun, sea and sand are more than just words on a postcard – they’re a way of life.
On Maui, look out for whales at Lahaina Harbour. On the Island of Hawai’i (also known as Big Island), you can taste some of the world’s best coffee and discover the active volcanoes of Kīlauea and Mauna Loa. Oahu is home to the capital city of Honolulu – in iconic Waikiki, you can soak up the cosmopolitan vibe and watch the surfers from the beach.
In the evening, as waves break on the shore, sit back and watch the world go by from the deck of your Celebrity Cruises ship.
Discover some of the best offers from Celebrity Cruises.
Up to $700 free onboard spend, plus choose your perks from drinks, onboard spend, tips and Wi-Fi. Book with all four included or choose your favourite two. Book by 3 March 2020.
Answering your questions about Hawaii.
Want to find out more about our Hawaii cruises? Read on for the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions, from food to packing.
One look at the sun-soaked beaches of Hawaii helps to explain why our guests love Hawaiian cruises so much. Add in hearty local cuisine, crystal clear waters and plenty of hiking opportunities, and you have the recipe for an unforgettable holiday.
Flights between the Hawaiian islands can be costly – and nobody wants to spend their precious holiday time waiting in airports. We'll take you sailing around all of our favourite stops on these islands, and in between, you can relax in the luxury of your Celebrity Cruises® ship.
On Hawaii Island, you can’t miss the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, where you can observe live lava flows. On Oahu, grab dinner and a drink down at Waikiki Beach, or climb up Diamond Head Crater for unbeatable views. In Maui, a day spent hiking through the moon-like landscapes of Haleakalā is rewarded by ethereal sunset views from the top.
Bring plenty of summer clothes in lightweight fabrics such as cotton and linen to keep you cool. The dress code in Hawaii is fairly casual, but you might like to bring some smarter clothes and layers or the evening. Essentials like sun cream and sunglasses are a must, as is swimming gear for those snorkelling trips.
Hawaii uses HST (Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time), which is UTC-9.
Hawaiian cuisine has five distinct influences; Mexico, USA, Greece, Italy and Thai. Common staples include poi (fermented taro root) and poke (raw fish salad).
Hawaii is generally considered a safe place to visit.
There are two official languages in Hawaii: Hawaiian and English.
The best of Hawaii, handpicked by us.
Browse our handpicked selection of Hawaiian highlights, from the colourful Hilo – bookended by two volcanoes and nicknamed the City of Rainbows – to the historic Pearl Harbour.
Best time to visit Hawaii, with Celebrity Cruises
Although there is a wet and a dry season in Hawaii, the weather is highly changeable, and rain can fall at any time of the year. The hottest months tend to be July, August and September, with the coolest and wettest being November.
Hawaii is home to many events and festivals which can dictate the time of year you visit. The Merrie Monarch Festival takes place in Hilo on the Island of Hawai’i, and is generally considered the “Hula Olympics”. As well as traditional hula competitions, you’ll find craft fairs, live music and plenty of authentic cuisine. Foodies will love the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival, which takes place across four of the islands: Maui, Oahu, Kauai and Hawaii Island. The focus is on fusion dishes and locally sourced produce.
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