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Holidays in Hawaii

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Top hotels in Hawaii

Ala Moana Hotel
Ala Moana Hotel
3.5 out of 5
410 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu, HI
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The price is NZ$303 per night from 15 Aug. to 15 Aug.
4.1/5Very Good! (2,317 reviews)
"First room we booked was dirty, however, their customer service was nice enough to let us have a free upgrade which made the stay a whole lot better. The rooms are quite small but the staff on our floor was very nice."

Reviewed on 22 Jul. 2021

Ala Moana Hotel
Sheraton Waikiki
Sheraton Waikiki
4 out of 5
2255 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI
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The price is NZ$575 per night from 22 Aug. to 22 Aug.
4.1/5Very Good! (1,218 reviews)
"The convenience of everything around us. It was kid friendly and the property was lovely . The staff was so helpful and friendly. Beautiful beachfront property and easy access to the beach"

Reviewed on 23 Jul. 2021

Sheraton Waikiki
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
4 out of 5
2005 Kalia Rd, Honolulu, HI
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The price is NZ$593 per night from 22 Aug. to 22 Aug.
4/5Very Good! (5,544 reviews)
"Very nice property in a great location. We felt like they need a few more food options to handle the volume of people at the resort, but the restaurants we did eat at were all very good."

Reviewed on 23 Jul. 2021

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
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Top activities in Hawaii

Hawaii Holiday Packages

Six main islands, each prettier than the next, make up this volcanic archipelago. Enjoy ancient traditions, modern cities and seemingly endless beaches.

Travel to the Hawaiian Islands to enjoy white sand beaches, view volcanic lava flow, appreciate culture and tradition and relax in warm tropical settings. You’ll find history, adventure and island friendship.  

Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Hawaii (Big Island) with smoke rising and lava flowing from the state’s active volcanoes, Maunaloa and Kilauea. Walk on the 150-mile (241-kilometre) trail to observe the destruction and rebirth that follows the lava cooling. Go to the Kalapana viewing area where you can see remains of a town overrun by volcanic flow. Here hot lava meets cold ocean waters with striking results.  

On Oahu, drive to the top of Leahi (Diamond Head) and explore the remnants of World War II military bunkers and tunnels. Gaze at stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. The main city of Honolulu offers high-rise accommodation, glorious beach resorts, luxury-brand shopping, a lively Chinatown and exciting nightlife.    

In Waikiki visit historic sites commemorating the 1941 invasion of Pearl Harbour, which sank dozens of ships, killed many Americans, and triggered U.S. engagement in World War II. Take the boat tour to the memorial for the USS Arizona, permanently resting under the harbour waters. 

On Kauai, shop in Lihue for local clothing, handicrafts and artwork. Travel north to Kilawea’s lighthouse to watch for whales and listen to seabirds keening. At Princeville have a drink, play golf at the spectacular resort or snorkel amid the coral of Anini Beach where sea turtles and rays may glide along next to you. Drive up Waimea Canyon or hike along the Na Poli coast.

Book a table for a traditional luau with poi, roasted pig and island punch. Drink the Kona coffee. Visit a pineapple or coffee plantation. Watch a hula performance and take a lesson to learn how natives communicate using the fluid body movements of this Polynesian dance. Look for the colourful state fish, the humuhumunukunukuapua’a, easy to say if you remember that every vowel is pronounced in the Hawaiian language.

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