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On our cruises from Vancouver to Hawaii, you’ll get plenty of time to enjoy all of the onboard amenities our award-winning luxury cruise ships offer before experiencing the magic of the Hawaiian islands. Get a five-star spa treatment at The Spa, watch riveting live performances, and delight in culinary creations designed exclusively by a Michelin-starred chef.
After indulgent days aboard one of our innovative ships, you’ll arrive at the magnificent Hawaiian islands. Witness jaw-dropping waterfalls nestled deep in the lush rainforest in Hilo. Taste the world-famous Kona coffee and chocolate, and admire the views of the island from the vantage point of a helicopter in Kailua Kona. Board a catamaran off the coast of Maui for an unforgettable sunset cruise. Immerse yourself in the pleasures of this awe-inspiring Pacific paradise.
Regularly voted one of Canada’s top destinations, it’s not hard to see why vacationers love Vancouver. Get your fix of art and culture at one of the city’s many landmark institutions, like the Vancouver Art Gallery or the Museum of Vancouver. Sample fresh seafood and local ingredients in one of the city’s trendy restaurants. Spot wild orcas off the coast or take a gondola ride to the summit of Grouse Mountain.
Your first port of call on a Vancouver to Hawaii cruise will be to the port city of Hilo, located on the east coast of the Big Island. If it's an adventure you’re after, strap on a harness and zipline over gorgeous gorges, rushing waterfalls, and thick rainforest. Taste the exotic wine blends of volcano country at the United States’ southernmost winery. Hike to one of the area’s picturesque waterfalls or marvel at an active volcano. Hilo is the ideal destination to experience the natural wonders that Hawaii is so famous for.
Many passengers on cruises from Vancouver to Hawaii head straight to the legendary Waikiki Beach upon arriving in Honolulu. Jump in a game of beach volleyball, try your hand at parasailing, or snap photos of the impressive skyline juxtaposed against the golden sands. Visit Pearl Harbor and discover the history of this famous war site. Admire local flora and fauna on a hike through the Lyon Arboretum to a lookout point offering panoramic vistas of Oahu. If you book a one-way Vancouver to Hawaii cruise, stay a few extra days in the city to explore all it has to offer.
Kailua Kona offers excursions that awaken all five senses. Hike deep into the island’s northern interior. Go deep-sea fishing for mahi-mahi, tuna, and marlin. Drive along a million-year-old volcano and experience the local cowboy scene. Kona coffee is highly regarded the world over, and a trip to a local coffee farm gives you the pleasure of sampling a cup straight from the source.
From wildlife encounters to mountain treks, Lahaina offers an endless number of exciting adventures. Spot humpback whales and bottlenose dolphins off the coast of Maui. Head to a local country club and play a round while soaking in views of the Pacific Ocean. Descend to the depths of the ocean on a submarine, partake in a traditional Hawaiian luau, or swim with green sea turtles.
On a cruise from Vancouver to Hawaii, visiting one of the island chain’s spectacular waterfalls is a great way to spend the day in any port. Admire cascades from a helicopter ride in Kailua Kona, or hike through a rainforest and dive in their refreshing waters in Maui or Hilo.
There’s perhaps no experience more quintessential when visiting Hawaii than attending a traditional luau. You’ll be mesmerized by local performers as you feast on a spread filled with Hawaiian delicacies.
Waterfalls aren’t the only natural wonders to see on a cruise to Hawaii. From strolling through beautiful botanical gardens and along striking coastlines to hiking volcanoes and rainforests, there is no shortage of ways to experience Hawaii’s pristine natural beauty.