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Is there a more adventurous set of islands than Hawaii? Thrills are as abundant as the beaches. And, frankly, we wouldn’t want it any other way. If you’re going to give skydiving a go, why not do it in one of the world’s most beautiful drop zones? Take a similar approach to weddings – or proposals – if the mood takes. Pop that Hawaiian lei on for the inevitably sumptuous photography and you’ve got yourself a wedding Instagrammers can merely dream of. Already wed? Hitched or single, you’ll do well to venture into the rainforests, lava fields or coral strewn sea beds to feast your eyes on nature’s colour-packed bounty.

Too much praise? We’ve barely begun. Nature’s running riot on Hawaii – in THE best way. It says a lot for an island chain when 10,000 whales choose you for their annual migration. Hawaii is the spot to stand on the shore and watch humpbacks breach and and play in the waves. Or dive in and meet a whale shark – or, perhaps, play it safe and go shark cage diving. We’ve not mentioned the surfing. Because, well, there’s just so much more to these islands than the colossal pipes surfers come here to conquer.

Is there a more adventurous set of islands than Hawaii? Thrills are as abundant as the beaches. And, frankly, we wouldn’t want it any other way. If you’re going to give skydiving a go, why not do it in one of the world’s most beautiful drop zones? Take a similar approach to weddings – or proposals – if the mood takes. Pop that Hawaiian lei on for the inevitably sumptuous photography and you’ve got yourself a wedding Instagrammers can merely dream of. Already wed? Hitched or single, you’ll do well to venture into the rainforests, lava fields or coral strewn sea beds to feast your eyes on nature’s colour-packed bounty.

Too much praise? We’ve barely begun. Nature’s running riot on Hawaii – in THE best way. It says a lot for an island chain when 10,000 whales choose you for their annual migration. Hawaii is the spot to stand on the shore and watch humpbacks breach and and play in the waves. Or dive in and meet a whale shark – or, perhaps, play it safe and go shark cage diving. We’ve not mentioned the surfing. Because, well, there’s just so much more to these islands than the colossal pipes surfers come here to conquer.

   
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A slice of Hawaii

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    3 course meal for 2: £58.44

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    A regular cappuccino: £3.90

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    A medium beer: £4.38

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    One-way (Local Transport): £2.01

A slice of Hawaii

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    3 course meal for 2: £58.44

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    A regular cappuccino: £3.90

  • null

    A medium beer: £4.38

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    One-way (Local Transport): £2.01

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Year round sun…

It’s often said that Hawaii has just two seasons: summer and winter. Though for those jetting in from colder climes, it can feel like one long summer. Yes, there’s year round sun, but winter does bring rain. The best time to visit Hawaii? September delivers the sweet spot where weather’s on point and visitor numbers aren’t crazy.

Discover the real Hawaii

Many activities, islands and beaches vie for your attention here. Yes, it would be easy to pick an idyllic spot and stick to it, but can you handle the FOMO? Unlikely. Stick to our tips and guides to get you to Hawaii’s essential spots without wasting too much time.

It feels a little amateur to suggest surfing, but do take to the water at least once. There’s a reason this is the world’s surf mecca. Away from the waves? Island hopping is a must. As is scoping out the local rare and endemic wildlife. Then there’s the extreme sports. All roads almost always lead back to the sea, but that’s rarely a bad thing.

Poke bowls may have popped up on our high streets, but do try the real thing here. It’s not Hawaii’s only dish, but at times it may feel like it. A wealth of mainland influences have made their mark on menus, but traditional food isn’t hard to track down. Shaved ice has come a long way – expect matcha covered works of art to wow – and cool you on the hottest days.

Guides & Tips

Many activities, islands and beaches vie for your attention here. Yes, it would be easy to pick an idyllic spot and stick to it, but can you handle the FOMO? Unlikely. Stick to our tips and guides to get you to Hawaii’s essential spots without wasting too much time.

See & Do

It feels a little amateur to suggest surfing, but do take to the water at least once. There’s a reason this is the world’s surf mecca. Away from the waves? Island hopping is a must. As is scoping out the local rare and endemic wildlife. Then there’s the extreme sports. All roads almost always lead back to the sea, but that’s rarely a bad thing.

Food & Drink

Poke bowls may have popped up on our high streets, but do try the real thing here. It’s not Hawaii’s only dish, but at times it may feel like it. A wealth of mainland influences have made their mark on menus, but traditional food isn’t hard to track down. Shaved ice has come a long way – expect matcha covered works of art to wow – and cool you on the hottest days.

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