Mon - Sat 9:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 6:00pm
01242 386 474
Call us
Globe
Best Time To Go

January - December 

Calendar
Holiday Length

16 nights

Label
Price guide

From £4,290pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
map marker
Holiday type

Tailor-made

Highlights

Highlights of the Hawaiian Islands

This 17-day Hawaii itinerary explores the four main islands; Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island. Flying between the islands, you’ll witness the black volcanic landscape of Haleakala National Park, Waikiki’s white-sand beaches and the Jurassic cliffs of the Na Pali coast. Visit the historic Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial on Oahu, or try zip-wiring or mountain tubing on Kauai. Thrill-seekers also have the chance to cycle down a volcano or swim with manta rays. End your Polynesian adventure on the Big Island, watching the glow of molten lava flow from Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano.

Trip details

Here's a taste of your next A&K holiday
Interested in exploring this trip in more detail?
View itinerary schedule

UK - Los Angeles

Fly to Los Angeles and stay overnight in Santa Monica, a vibrant beach district seven miles from Los Angeles International airport. Check in to the upmarket Viceroy Santa Monica for the night, and relax before your flight to Oahu tomorrow.

Oahu

On arrival in Oahu, you'll be picked up from the airport and taken to the iconic Modern Honolulu hotel. We’ll arrange car hire so you can explore the island at your own pace. Oahu is known as the heart of Hawaii and offers a real taste of Polynesian culture. By day, visit world-class surf beaches, pineapple plantations and the historic Pearl Harbor, and at night enjoy a traditional Hawaiian luau.

Maui

Today, you’ll fly to Maui. The second largest of the Hawaiian islands, it’s known for its rugged volcanic geography, palm-fringed beach resorts and championship golf courses. As you fly over the island, you’ll spot Haleakala, the dormant volcano which dominates the island. Cycling down Haleakala's steep slopes is one of Hawaii’s fastest and most thrilling experiences. A cocktail on the beach is the perfect way to end the day.

Kauai

Kauai is known as the Garden Isle, thanks to its lush green mountains, Jurassic cliffs and deep canyons. It’s particularly famous for its adventure activities, which include quad biking, mountain tubing and zip-lining across plantations. Take a helicopter tour of the spectacular Na Pali Coast, soak in Wailua Falls or visit the historic town of Hanalei. Or just immerse yourself in Hawaiian life with a tour of the Kauai Coffee Company or a trip to Namahana Farmers market.

Big Island

Your last stop on your Hawaii itinerary is Hawaii Island. Known as the Big Island, it’s the youngest and largest island in the archipelago. It’s home to Kilauea, the most active volcano in the world. You can sunbathe on the volcanic black-sand beaches, go snorkelling with manta rays or sail a catamaran along the craggy Kona Coast. Finish off your Hawaiian adventure with a thrilling lava boat trip and watch as Kilauea erupts molten lava into the sea.

Hawaii - Los Angeles

It’s time to say farewell to the islands of Hawaii and board your return flight to Los Angeles for one final night.

Los Angeles - UK

After a relaxing last night in Santa Monica, you’ll head back to LA airport in good time for your flight back to London.

North America team

Whether it's an epic road trip, a relaxing escape or a whale-watching expedition, our North America team know how to plan the ultimate holiday
Meet the team