HAWAII

 

Experience sun, sand and world-class skiing

While we’re definitely ‘in the snow’ when it comes to planning your next ski holiday, you might be surprised to learn that we also know a thing or two about island getaways and specialize in the combining the two.

Our most popular combo and also one of our personal favourites is Hawaii. This tropical archipelago is an easy addition if you’re skiing in Canada of the USA with direct flights from Vancouver, LA or Denver airport. We’d suggest timing your holiday for January or February giving you some of the best snow conditions in North America (READ: highest likelihood of powder) and peak whale watching season in Hawaii.

Maui

Maui is an island paradise with sun drenched beaches and world class water sports. In Maui you can do as much or as little as you like – whether you dream of lazing by the pool with cocktail in hand or charging the waves, there is something for everyone on Hawaii’s second largest island. We recommend staying in West Maui for the perfect mix of stunning beaches, lively nightlife, water sports and shopping. 

Activities in Maui

Trust us when we say there is no shortage of activities in Maui. Here are some of our top picks.

Pamper yourself - Enjoy a well-earned spa treatment

Swim and snorkel - Soak in the turquoise waters and snorkel with the sea turtles. Malu’aka (aka Turtle Beach) is a great spot for those hoping to swim alongside the magnificent green turtles.

Wine & dine – All resorts offer a great selection of bars & restaurants, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Surfing, kitesurfing & windsurfing – Maui is renowned for water sports and caters for beginners all the way to pros looking to take on some of the most challenging breaks.

Whale watching – Head out on a whale watching expedition or settle down in a good spot on the shore. January and February are peak whale watching season.

Sightseeing – Check out a local plantation town or take a trip into the mountains to discover all Hawaii has to offer.

Attend a Iaua – The traditional Hawaiian feast showcases Polynesian culture and offers delicious food to boot.

Diving – Explore the waters surrounding Maui, with stunning coral and over 250 fish species it’s a must do for diving enthusiasts. We recommend Molokini Crater for an iconic Hawaiin dive.

Oahu

Oahu is a hive of activity, not surprising given that it is Hawaii’s capital and main tourist hub. The city of Honolulu is an urban jungle with a Polynesian twist – you’ll still see plenty of palm trees and aloha shirts dotting the streets. Not far from the city is Waikiki Beach, the perfect spot to sit back and watch the sunset with a drink in hand.

In Oahu activities are endless, you can surf the northern beaches, kayak to the uninhibited islands of Kailua, sip cocktails on the beach, hike the sheer cliffs or go snorkeling in Hanauma Bay. The majority of accommodation is based in Honolulu or around Waikiki Beach.

Activities on Oahu

Pamper yourself - Enjoy a well-earned spa treatment 

Swim and snorkel - Soak in the turquoise waters and snorkel with the sea turtles. Hanauma Bay is an incredible spot for snorkeling with hundreds of fish species to discover.

Wine & dine – Both Waikiki Beach and Honolulu City offer a great selection of bars & restaurants; you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Surfing, kitesurfing & windsurfing – Oahu’s north shore caters for watersports lovers. You’ll find something for beginners all the way to pros looking to take on some of the most challenging breaks.

Whale watching – Head out on a whale watching expedition or settle down in a good spot on the shore. January and February are peak whale watching season.

Sightseeing – Top of our list is visiting the Pearl Harbour memorial

Attend a Iaua – The traditional Hawaiian feast showcases Polynesian culture and offers delicious food to boot.

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