14-Day Hawaii Itinerary
Day 1 — Arrive in Honolulu.
Private transfer to your hotel for three nights.
Day 2 — Honolulu.
On your tour today you’ll visit I’olani Palace, home to Hawaiian royalty, the King Kamehameha Statue, the Kawaiahao Church, Honolulu. Hale and the Mission Houses Museum. A stop at Pearl Harbor can also be arranged.
Day 3 — Honolulu.
Ease your way into island living with a short drive to the laid-back North Shore. Here you’ll find secluded beaches and small shops. Be sure to enjoy the garlic shrimp and shaved ice. You may even want to jump off the famous Waimea Beach Rock.
Day 4 — Honolulu to Maui.
Fly to Maui today and transfer to your oceanfront hotel for three nights. You may wish to hit the beach today.
Day 5 — Maui.
Sail from beautiful Ma’alaea harbor and follow the coastline to snorkel as you explore various reefs. When you’re done swimming with tropical fish and green sea turtles, enjoy a fresh lunch on board as you head back to shore.
Day 6 — Maui.
Today is a full day exploring Hana. After a quick stop for coffee on the north shore, head up the majestic Hana Highway for 50 miles of turns and one-land bridges built in the early 1900s. You’ll see lush rainforests, pristine waterfalls, stunning coastal views and red sand beaches. Enjoy a gourmet lunch at Hotel Hana Travaasa before your return drive.
Day 7 — Maui to Hawaii.
Fly to the Big Island of Hawaii today and your hotel for three nights.
Day 8 — Hawaii.
Start with a drive between the Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa mountains with a stop for lunch before heading towards Hilo and a stop at a lava tube before your ascent up Kilauea in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Your guides will show you the hidden gems and must-see sights in the park. Then visit an eruptive site before a picnic dinner.
Day 9 — Hawaii.
Today you’ll see humpback whales that migrate to the Kohala coast each winter from Alaska on your whale watching cruise. The area is a sanctuary and this is where they give birth and tend their young. You’ll see tail slapping and possibly even full breaches.
Day 10 — Hawaii to Kauai.
Fly to Kauai today for three nights.
Day 11 — Kauai.
Much of Kauai is remote and not accessible by road. You’ll enjoy a helicopter tour that takes you into these canyons and over incredible waterfalls with lush green foliage. You’ll see “Jurassic Park Falls” before viewing Waimea Canyon. Then go along the coast to the Bali Hai Cliffs and pristine Hanalei Bay.
Day 12 — Kauai.
For your evening, we recommend a sunset cruise that allows you to look up on the Na Pali rocky shoreline. Enjoy the sun as it paints its colors across the sky and learn about the ancient Hawaiians that once lived here. End your day with a breathtaking sunset over the water.
Day 13 — Kauai to Honolulu.
You will fly to Honolulu to meet your outbound flight.
Oahu – The Modern Honolulu and Kahala Hotel & Resort
Maui – Grand Wailea and Fairmont Kea Lani
Hawaii – Four Seasons Resort Hualalai and Fairmont Orchid
Kauai – St. Regis Princeville and Grand Hyatt at Poipu
Hawaii Experiences Reservations