A holiday to Hawaii offers an archipelago of breathtaking beauty, located just five hours away from the USA’s west coast. The best way to see more of Hawaii’s stunning vistas and landscapes is by inter-island hopping with most journeys taking 30 minutes or less.
See erupting volcanoes and blissful waterfalls on Hawaii Island, before hiring a car and driving along Maui's Road to Hana, surrounded by jaw-dropping scenery. We recommend visiting the gold-sand crescent beaches at Poipu Beach Park in Kauai for a spot of relaxation. You’ll also have the chance to explore enchanting rainforests, see humpback whales in their natural habitat and take in amazing views from the top of rugged cliffs.
With no direct flights to Hawaii from the UK, there’s never been a better excuse to stop off and visit Los Angeles or San Francisco for a multicentre holiday. With plenty to see and do in sunny California, it could be the perfect way to kick off your holiday of a lifetime or visit that city you have always wanted to explore.
There are no direct flights to Hawaii from the UK. In-direct Flights via connecting airports include Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas, New York, and Vancouver. It is generally 10-11 hour flight to the West Coast USA and Canada and then a further 5-6 hours to Hawaii.
No special vaccines are required or recommended for travel to Hawaii.