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Hawaii Cruise, Fri Jan 23-31, 2026

Hawaii Cruise, Fri Jan 23-31, 2026

Regular price $5,495.00
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Aloha – come immerse yourself in the rich culture, incredible landscapes and delicious cuisine of Hawaii on this one-of-a-kind 7-day cruise from Honolulu on Pride of America. Where you can explore an island every day of your vacation – from lush, fragrant vegetation of Kauai to the Big Island’s dramatic volcanoes and the famous beaches of Oahu. Where you can enjoy overnight stays in Maui and Kauai, giving you even more time to discover the best of island living. Where each day is spectacular and every night legendary. This is how you Hawaii. And you only have to unpack once!

We have blocked 12 BALCONY CABINS and 2 INSIDE STATEROOMS – and were able to take advantage of SO MANY DISCOUNTS.

Hawai‘i can be expensive. That’s why you should see Hawai‘i on a cruise. All-inclusive land resorts are a rarity in Hawaii – but with the drink package and gratuities included – there aren’t any surprises

Hawai‘i isn’t too far. It’s only a nap, a movie and a Mai Tai away. Isn’t getting to paradise worth that? Hawai’i is a perfect blend: a great cruise to a dream destination.

On Friday January 23rd, we’ll transfer from Waterloo Region to the Toronto Airport and fly to Honolulu. We’ll check into our hotel for the night in Waikiki. The next morning sleep in or venture the 3 short blocks to the beach. Later we transfer a few short miles to the Cruise Pier and board the Norwegian Pride of America, your home for the next 7 nights.

INCLUDES Transfers to/from Waterloo Region to Toronto Airport, Flight**, Transfers, 1 Night Accommodation, 7 Night Cruise, All Meals, 2 Specialty Dinners, WIFI (150 minutes per person), Premium Drink Package & Gratuities, Prepaid Gratuities for Cabin & Dining Room Stewards, Taxes and Port Fees

PER PERSON (based on double occupancy) BALCONY $5495 INSIDE $4725***

A $400 Deposit per Cabin is due upon booking. It is FULLY REFUNDABLE until Fri September 19th, 2025.

**At the time the flight was secured a Buy One Get One promotion was on. There may be an extra connection, you may not fly with rest of the group, airline will not be provided until closer to departure. If you prefer to opt out of this promo, you can further reduce your price by $725 per person and we can assist with booking airline tickets.

***Inside Cabins receive 1 Specialty Dinner (not 2), and must choose either the WIFI (150 minutes per person) OR Premium Drink Package & Gratuities

Honolulu, O‘ahu. Our port of embarkation and debarkation, Honolulu, is Hawai‘i’s capital and biggest city. Among O‘ahu’s highlights: Pearl Harbor and the USS Missouri, the North Shore (known for huge waves and prime surfing), Diamond Head Crater, Sea Life Park, the Polynesian Cultural Center and the Ko‘olau Golf Club, located beneath the towering Pali cliffs, with views of the azure Pacific waters off O‘ahu’s windward coast.

Kahului, Maui. Maui is Hawai‘i’s second most popular island to visit, in part because of its varied, dramatic landscapes, its first-rate attractions and its many recreational activities. Haleakalā Mountain is a massive volcano that towers over Maui’s southern half. Its crater is so big it could contain Manhattan. (Don’t worry: That’s not about to happen.) Hāna is a picturesque town. But getting to Hāna is the real attraction. The Road to Hāna is a vine-lined, waterfall-draped, twisting tropical road. Maui also offers many opportunities for golf, bicycling, diving, hiking and whale-watching. Indeed, the waters off Maui may be the best whale-watching spot in the world.

Hilo and Kona, Hawai‘i. The Big Island of Hawai‘i is so big that we visit two ports here: Hilo, closest to Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, and Kona, strategic to Hawai‘i’s leeward western shore. A place of rolling, grassy hills, lush forests, black-sand beaches and the three well-known volcanoes: snow-topped Mauna Kea, brooding Mauna Loa and Kīlauea. This entire area – called Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park – offers a unique and thrilling experience. Kīlauea Volcano has been steadily and safely erupting (with varying degrees of output) for decades. The recently cooled lava here represents some of the newest land on earth. To visit it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and offers visitors an insight into the origins of these spectacular islands.

Nāwiliwili, Kaua‘i. Most agree: Kaua‘i is the closest of any island in the Hawaiian chain to a tropical paradise. And it has some dramatic attractions: Waimea Canyon, the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”; the Fern Grotto, which seems straight out of a tropical fantasy; and Hanalei Bay, the setting of the classic movie South Pacific. Golf, surfing, ziplining, hiking, diving, snorkeling—they’re all popular attractions on Kaua‘i.

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