Located in the Central Pacific, the volcanic archipelago of Hawaii stands alone from the US mainland. It comprises hundreds of islands spread over 1,500 miles (2,400 km).
Its heritage is multicultural, comprising of ancient Polynesians, European explorers, American missionaries, and Asian plantation immigrants. Its cultural diversity is still alive today and can be seen through traditions like outrigger canoe races, Japanese taiko-drumming, and annual festivals.
Hawaii offers excellent an blend of relaxation and excitement. Everyday life on the islands is filled with fishing, surfing, ukulele music, hula dancing, and so much more. The landscape can be described as a perfect tropical paradise with golden sand beaches, vibrant blue waters, lush and mountainous jungles, and captivating waterfalls that you can swim under. All this beauty provides a glorious backdrop for sunrises and sunsets that will take your breath away.
Diverse natural scenery, tropical climate, numerous public beaches, oceanic surroundings, and active volcanoes make Hawaii a popular yachting destination.
Contact us for more information on visiting Hawaii or view yacht charters available in this region.
- Explore Oahu’s Makapu’u Point Lighthouse Trail, a gradual climb to see an extravagant lighthouse and migrating whales. Located in Honolulu on the island of Oahu
- Dive the Kona Reef, near Kailua Kona, during the day to see sea turtles and in the evening to see giant manta rays. Humpback whale watching is also available here November to May, with the peak season from January to March.
- Ride horses beachside with “paniolo”, Hawaiian cowboys
- Explore Historic Kailua Village, where you will find Hulihee Palace and Mokuaikaua Church, Hawaii’s earliest Christian Church built in 1820
- Drive the rugged back roads of Kauai in a 4WD ATV, pass though streams and mountain tunnels.