What could be a more ideal vacation than a cruise to Hawaii? Hawaii is one of the most exotic locations in the world, with the perfect mix of blissful island relaxation, Polynesian paradise, and aquatic adventure. No matter whether your dream is to climb a volcano, surf the big waves, or stand on a black sand beach with the tropic breeze in your hair, one of Norwegian's 2022 Hawaii cruises can take you there.
Now is the perfect time to book a Hawaii cruise on Norwegian. With our enhanced flexible booking policy and partnership in the Healthy Sail Program, your next cruise experience will be the safest and best yet.
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Norwegian Offers 7-Day Round-Trip Cruises from Honolulu Year-Round
If you are looking for longer itineraries, you also have options for 12-day 2022 Hawaii cruises that also sail to French Polynesia. There is also a 16-day itinerary that combines Hawaii and Alaska in one cruise. If you want a vacation beyond the seven-day cruise, but want to stick to Hawaii only, you can also extend your Hawaii cruise vacation with Norwegian Cruisetours. These Cruisetours are a land and cruise vacation that add four days and three nights in Honolulu before you embark on your seven-day Hawaii cruise.
Longer Hawaii Cruises & Cruisetours
If you are looking for longer itineraries, you also have options for 12-day 2022 Hawaii cruises that also sail to French Polynesia. There is also a 16-day itinerary that combines Hawaii and Alaska in one cruise. If you want a vacation beyond the seven-day cruise, but want to stick to Hawaii only, you can also extend your Hawaii cruise vacation with Norwegian's Cruisetours. These Cruisetours are a land and cruise vacation that add four days and three nights in Honolulu before you embark on your seven-day Hawaii cruise.
Our 11-day Oahu Explorer Cruisetour takes you on tours of Pearl Harbor, Oahu's North Shore and South Shore, Waikiki, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and Kualoa Ranch, before you transfer to the port of Honolulu.
Ports of Call on a 2022 Hawaii Cruise
A cruise to Hawaii will usually stop at up to five different ports on four of Hawaii's Islands. These ports include Honolulu on Oahu, Kahului on Maui, Hilo and Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii, and Nāwiliwili on Kauai.
There is so much to see in Honolulu. You will likely want to arrive early or stay later after the cruise to take it all in. Honolulu, and Oahu, offer some of the most popular sights in Hawaii. These include Waikiki Beach, Oahu's famous North Shore, Diamond Head, and Pearl Harbor. If you don't have any extra time to add on to your cruise before or after, consider one of our Honolulu excursions designed for departing cruise passengers. These tours also include an airport drop-off once your excursion ends.
Kahului is located on Maui, one of the most popular of the Hawaiian islands. Some people consider Maui to be the most beautiful of the Hawaiian Islands. The Road to Hana is one of the scenic roads in the world, while Molokini offers some of the best snorkeling to be found anywhere. You can also play a round of golf at one of the world's most beautiful golf courses on Maui. Want to try iconic Hawaiian pineapples? You can visit Hali'imaile, the historic plantation town, to learn about Hawaii's famed fruit.
If you're up for more adventure, learn how to surf while on Maui. You can take a surfing lesson with an expert who will show you the basics while on dry land, and then you're off for some practice time in the water.
Hilo is the jumping-off point to some of the most rugged experiences in Hawaii. Explore Hawaii's volcanoes, such as Kilauea Volcano, which is the most active volcano in Hawaii. It has been erupting almost continuously since 1983. The volcanic soil of Hawaii lends itself to some of the most beautiful tropical flora, which can be found in abundance on the Big Island. Book a waterfall and zipline adventure, or go big with a helicopter ride over Kilauea.
Kona offers some of the most iconic Hawaii experiences for all visitors. Kona's crystal clear blue waters offer some of the most abundant tropical marine life for snorkeling. Puuhonua O Honaunau takes you back to the Polynesian history of Hawaii. And how can you resist an opportunity to sample some of the famous Kona coffee? Consider booking a whale watching tour, ziplining adventure, deep-sea fishing trip, black sand beach hike, and more.
Nāwiliwili is your gateway to Kauai, another of the most beautiful Hawaiian Islands. Take a hike through the lush rainforests of the “Garden Island,” which includes Nounou Mountain, the 3000-foot-deep Waimea Canyon, dramatic Opaekaa Falls, and Fern Grotto, a large natural grotto covered with hundreds of hanging ferns. Cap off your Hawaiian holiday with a traditional Luau as well. For a one-of-a-kind experience, book an excursion to see the Haleakala crater at sunset. You'll ascend to the top at 10,000 feet and see the summit which is a crater that is 7.5 miles long by 2.5 miles wide and dips down around 3,000 feet. Hlaeakala has been dormant for years. In fact, it hasn't erupted since 1790.
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