Kauai Hawaii Luxury Holidays
Kauai Hawaii Luxury Holidays U.K.
With a good climate all year round, with average temperatures of about 27 degrees, there is no real best time to visit.
If you want to do some humpback whale-watching then you should go between January to April. There are only two seasons in Kauai. Summer is drier and warmer from 27 to 29 degrees(April to November) and winter average temperatures of about 25 degrees(December to March).
Kauai, is often called the 'Garden Isle', lush, tropical and unspoilt, with dramatic volcanic peaks, picturesque rivers, wild flower meadows and miles of beautiful sandy beaches. Don't miss awe-inspiring Waimea Canyon (approximately 10 miles long, a mile wide and over 3,000ft deep) and the stunning untouched Napali coastline of plunging waterfalls and dramatic cliffs. This striking lush landscape was the backdrop for films including Jurassic Park and Raiders of the Lost Arc.
Kauai is the perfect destination if you're looking to get out and enjoy the great outdoors, with hiking trails, adrenaline pumping zip wire adventures high above the rainforest, horse riding and off-road tours.
It is best to allow at least a week in Kauai, to fit in all the exploring and adventure and take time for some rest and relaxation with a sumptuous spa or two.
Hawaii Multi Centre Holidays
Booking a holiday to Hawaii might seem easy when you look online. However with a flight from the UK to Honolulu airport in Oahu taking over 17 hours with a connection in a major USA hub such as LAX it is not really the destination to choose for a short break.
In addition to this, you will have to take into account the additional flight time from Honolulu airport, Oahu to other Hawaiian islands Maui, Kauai, Big Island, Lanai, Molokai and Hawaiian Islands Explorer cruise.
Why not treat you visit to Hawaii as a special trip, in the same way as you would Australia by having a "Tailor Made" Hawaii Multi Centre Holiday specialy created for you. Save up and have at least 3 or 4 weeks Multi Centre Holiday including a stay on 2 or more Hawaiian Islands and combining a stopover in Vancover, Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, Canadian Rockies or even a USA Rail Tour.
Kauai Island Hawaii Hotels & Resorts
The St. Regis Princeville Resort, Hawaii, 5 star, 7 nts Room Onlyfrom £2537 Selected Dates.
In a secluded beach cove on Kauai's coast, this upscale resort is 4.4 miles from Hanalei and 7.5 miles from Kilauea. Polished classic rooms feature minifridges, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and free WiFi, plus windows with transparency controls. Upgraded rooms add terraces and/or ocean views. Suites add whirlpool tubs and either sitting areas or living rooms.
There's a cafe, a grill, a stylish bar and a refined Hawaiian restaurant with a terrace. Other amenities include a beachfront pool, a 24-hour fitness center, an 18-hole golf course and a day spa.
Sheraton Kauai Resort, Hawaii, 4 star, 7 nts Room Only from £1963 Selected Dates.
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa, Hawaii, 5 star, 7 nts Room Only from £ask Selected Dates.
Kauai Beach Resort, Hawaii, 5 star, 7 nts Room Only from £ask Selected Dates.
Ko'a Kea Hotel & Resort at Poipu Beach, Hawaii, 4.5 star, 7 nts Room Only from £2537 Selected Dates.
Set on Poipu Beach, this modern, oceanfront resort is near Kauai�s southernmost point. The polished, warmly decorated rooms and suites, featuring either ocean or garden views, have private balconies or patios. All also include iPod docking stations, Nespresso machines, WiFi and 24-hour room service. In-suite massages are available (fee payable).
Facilities include a pool with ocean views, an upscale seafood restaurant, a pool bar and a spa. An activities hut on the beach rents beach gear.
The typical postcard view of golden beaches and rolling surf holds true, but Hawaii is much more - a remarkable ten of the world's thirteen recognised climate zones can be found in this tiny area...there really is nowhere on earth quite like it!
- Oahu, home to the state capital, Honolulu, the renowned resort of Waikiki Beach, and fascinating Pearl Harbour.
- Maui, the 'Valley Isle', where the pace of life is a good deal slower. Join a whale-watching excursion from the port of Lahaina (Nov to May) or the early morning hikers to the summit of the Haleakala volcano.
- Kauai, the 'Garden Isle', lush, tropical and unspoilt, with dramatic volcanic peaks, picturesque rivers and wild flower meadows. Don't miss awe-inspiring Waimea Canyon and the stunning Napali coastline of plunging waterfalls and dramatic cliffs.
- Hawaii (the big island), home to the Volcanoes National Park - get thrillingly close to the eruptions of Kilauea.
The west of the island is very popular with scuba divers.
Oahu - Hawaii
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Lanai - Hawaii
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