Hawaii Island

Three Hawaii Cruises to Add to Your List

Posted April 22nd, 2014

A blissful and adventurous paradise surrounded by tropical beaches, crystal clear skies and friendly faces welcome you on your Hawaiian holiday. What better way to experience these majestic islands than with a relaxing cruise? Whether you’re touring solo, with a partner, or with family and friends, Cruiseabout offers the best deals and travel experiences for each cruiser.

Let all your senses experience something new; from delectable cuisines, picturesque views and night entertainment, to feeling the seductive heat and clean waters of the beaches, what more could you ask for? Below are three worthwhile cruises you can put at the top of your travel list and make you scream, “Aloha, Hawaii!”

Cruise your way around the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii Cruise with Carnival

Get on board the Carnival Miracle as you experience an arresting 15-night cruise from Los Angeles to Hawaii. To make your cruise more spectacular, Carnival has put together exciting shore excursions around the islands. One of these shore experiences include snorkelling in the immaculate Kona Coast waters of Kealakekua Bay, or swimming on the gorgeous waterfalls of Maui (Kahului). After your busy day exploring the islands, treat yourself to night entertainment on the Phantom Lounge after consuming a few beverages at Odyssey Bar. Worried about neglecting your children? Camp Carnival offer kids a colourful environment filled with toys, entertainment and their favourite snacks. Mac & Cheese anyone?

Hawaii & South Pacific Cruise with Princess Cruises

Leaving Vancouver, Canada on the Pacific Princess, you can enjoy a 23-night cruise visiting the beautiful islands of Hawaii. Princess Cruises shows the holiday goer how cruising is the ideal way of immersing in the exotic Hawaii culture. On your cruise, sightsee the largest volcanic mountain on earth Mauna Loa, and learn the rich history of its Polynesian kings, sugar plantains and wars. An excursion that gets all visitors excited is exploring the city of Honolulu, visiting the gorgeous Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head. During your visit at Waikiki Beach, travellers can learn to ride a surfboard or canoe with the friendly Waikiki Beach Boys, preserving Olympic gold medallist Duke Kahanamoku’s legacy alive. The Pacific Princess ship lets you relax after an action-packed day; all with the help of an outdoor pool and spa, golf practice cage, library and a 24-hour Internet service. To get a quick fix, casual eateries are only a few walks away with a pizzeria, patisserie and convenient round-the-clock room service.

Honolulu Cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line

Pride of America cruises Hawaii year-round

Do you only have one week off your busy schedule? Not to worry, Norwegian Cruise Line's Pride of America offers its guests seven days, four beautiful Hawaiian Island excursions and two overnight stays. One of the many things to do include devouring local foods and watching traditional Hawaiian entertainers, art and craft classes and even Hula and Tahitian dance lessons. Apart from providing an authentic Hawaiian experience, Norwegian Cruise Lines also deliver unparalleled cruise services. From endless buffets, spacious staterooms, and daily entertainment, Norwegian Cruise Lines create a family–friendly environment for their vacationers. One of the best things about the Honolulu Cruise is it is scheduled to sail constantly throughout the year, allowing the busy traveller or family according to their timetable.

If a Hawaii cruise with Carnival Cruises, Princess Cruises or Norwegian Cruise Line tickles your fancy, call one of our Cruise Specialists today on 1300 954 661.


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