Hawaii epitomises island paradise – swaying palm trees, crystal blue water and pristine white sand. Cruise Guru has over 150 cruises from Honolulu on offer that allow you to embrace the ‘aloha’ of the Hawaiian islands.
One of the most popular itineraries that visit the Hawaiian islands for Australians are those that cruise from Honolulu to Australia’s east coast (or vice versa). Itineraries from Honolulu to Sydney or Brisbane operate in September or October of each year, allowing passengers to shop up a storm in Waikiki and cruise home without having to worry about pesky airline luggage allowances. You can also cruise to Honolulu from Sydney in April (and sometimes in March) each year with itineraries visiting New Zealand, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji and French Polynesia.
Alternatively, international flights from Australia fly into Honolulu on Oa’hu, airport for the well-known Waikiki, the shopping hub of the Hawaiian islands. However, this island is just one of the many picture perfect post-card islands in the Hawaiian Archipelago, though for many, time restraints or flight costs inhibit visits to all but the main island of Oa’hu. Cruising is the answer! Introducing Pride of America, Norwegian Cruise Line’s Hawaiian home-ported ship, which operates year round seven night inter-island cruises visiting Maui, the Big Island and Kauai. These cruises depart weekly on a Saturday and cruise round trip from Honolulu, the perfect addition to any Hawaiian holiday or the destination in itself.
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Our cruise specialists are on hand to help you with all your cruises from Honolulu enquiries. Contact us or request a call back to chat with one of our friendly consultants. Don’t forget to ask about our fantastic flight and hotel deals to package up your Hawaiian holiday.