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Hawaii Island Hop - Oahu, Kauai and Maui Multi Centre

Hawaii, known as the Aloha state, is made up of eight main islands all offering beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters and picture perfect views. Each of the islands have their own distinct personality with so much to see and do, so why not enjoy an Island hopping trip and experience their unique charms yourself? This suggested nine night adventure takes in Oahu, Kauai, and Maui.

Starting off on the popular island of Oahu, famous for the capital city of Honolulu with the world famous Waikiki beach where surfers ride the waves, you then travel on to Kauai, known as the Garden Isle and for it's multitude of activities to choose from such as zip lining and Kayaking. Lastly hop on over to Maui, with it's lush vegetation, tropical rainforests and the Haleakala Crater. Why not hire a car and set of in search for waterfalls or to spot migrating whales? The possibilities, along with the sights, sounds and adventures are endless.

10 days
Start your journey
North Shore

Trip highlights

  • Watch the migration of humpback whales in Maui
  • Kauai is known as the Garden Isle or Island of Discovery
  • Covered in lush vegetation, waterfalls and rainforests
  • Oahu is probably the most well known of all the Hawaiian Islands
  • Home to famous Waikiki Beach, with colourful tropical flowers, swaying palm trees and sparkling waters

Oahu is one of the most well known of the Hawaiian Islands and it's easy to see why. Home to Waikiki beach which boasts luxurious hotels on a white sand beach and calm waters perfect for learning to surf. Take a trip to Pearl Harbor and learn about the history-changing events that took place during World War II. Later attend a luau at sunset and watch hula dancing while indulging in some traditional Hawaiian cuisine.

Known as the Garden Isle or the Island of Discovery, Kauai is covered in lush forests. Perhaps a more active island with a multitude of activities to choose from; try kayaking along the Wailua River to a cascading waterfall, hike to the edge of the Waimea Canyon or even zip lining above Kauai's flourishing valleys.

The best way to explore Maui is by hiring a car, so jump behind the wheel and experience all this island has to offer. Drive over to the west coast to see if you can catch the migration of the humpback whales on their way to Alaska. While you're there, stop for a refreshing swim in the Pools of Oheo. These beautiful pools are fed by the water of cascading waterfalls which has travelled from over three kilometres inland