How do you visit multiple Hawaiian Islands?

How do you visit multiple Hawaiian Islands?

Everything you need to know about inter-island travel in Hawaii

  1. Oahu is the hub.
  2. Flying between the islands.
  3. Take the Ferry to Lanai.
  4. Fly to Molokai.
  5. Book a cruise between the islands.
  6. Helicopter to remote areas.
  7. Use airline miles for intra-Hawaii travel.
  8. Free island-hop via the United Excursionist Perk.

How many days should you spend on each island in Hawaii?

If you want a quick rule of thumb, to see and experience the major highlights of each island, you’re going to need at least four days for Molokai and Lanai and five days minimum for Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii’s Big Island. Day trips can be your friend when time is the enemy.

Can you take a ferry from island to island in Hawaii?

Ferries. There are only two inter-island passenger ferries in Hawaii. The Molokai Ferry departs twice daily from Lahaina, Maui, to the nearby island of Molokai, and takes about 90 minutes. The Maui-Lanai Expeditions Ferry departs five times a day from Lahaina, reaching Manele Bay on Lanai in 45 minutes.

Is the 4 Island Hawaii vacation package sold out?

This program is currently sold out but new dates are coming soon! Call 877-332-6185 for more details. Enjoy our always popular 4 island Hawaii vacation package. It’s packed with fun, and you’ll enjoy the friendly, knowledgeable guidance of local Tour Director whose years of experience make them the best guides in all of Hawaii!

How much does an all inclusive Hawaii Vacation cost?

All-Inclusive Hawaii Vacation Packages From $1,189 – Oahu & Big Island 6-Nt. Package w/Air & Hotels From $989 – 6-Nt Big Island & Maui Vacation w/Air & Hotels From $1,139: 6-Nt. Big Island: Kona & Hilo Trip w/Air & Hotels From $899 – 6-Nt. Oahu & Kauai Package Trip w/Air & Hotels All Inclusive Hawaii Vacation Packages: From $840

What is the best island to visit in Hawaii?

Island of Hawaii. Black-sand beaches, volcanic wonders and championship-caliber golf courses make the island of Hawaii a dynamic and unforgettable destination. Maui. One look at the golden beaches, hidden waterfalls and natural wonders, and you’ll see why Maui is called The Magic Isle.

What do you need to know when planning a trip to Hawaii?

Start Planning 1 Weather. The Hawaiian Islands are known for their beautiful weather year around, but conditions can differ at various elevations, so we want you to be prepared when you arrive. 2 Travelers with Disabilities. In Hawaii, we take pride in being a welcoming place for all travelers. 3 Useful Contacts.