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Hawaii is the perfect place to go if you want to escape the rest of the world for a while - a true paradise in the Pacific.One point to emphasise, Hawaii is not really a weekend break destination. Whilst you could go for a long weekend, with so much to see and do, not to mention the endless opportunities to relax and do absolutely nothing, we guarantee you will want to spend much longer in this Pacific idyll. It is a full five and a half hour flight from either Los Angeles or San Francisco and minimum flying time from London to the Hawaiian islands is over 17 hours.
Hence, the majority of our clients choose to break their journey, either on the outward or the return leg of their Hawaii holidays. As many airlines incorporate free mainland USA stopovers en route to Hawaii, this is not only affordable but also a great way to see other parts of the United States of America.
Over the years we've included the usual San Francisco, Las Vegas and Los Angeles as stopovers on our Hawaii Holidays, (which all are fabulous destinations) but we've found travellers have become more adventurous and are demanding more options. So let your imagination run wild...we do! Allow us to tailor-make your Hawaii holiday plans with slightly unconventional stopovers.
Spend a few days at the mighty Grand Canyon..ride with the cowboys on a ranch in Texas..go bear watching on Vancouver Island..cruise the Maid of the Mist beneath Niagara Falls..tour Graceland & visit B B Kings..go line dancing in Nashville..view the Presidents at Mount Rushmore..experience the incredible New England Fall -you name it, we can make it happen...!
That's enough of getting there, what about when you are actually there!
The Islands of Hawaii are the most isolated landmass in the world, wildly romantic, with wondrous scenery and many secluded areas to explore. Each Island is easy to see by car, with very little traffic, (Honolulu is the exception here) not great distances to travel, well sign posted roads and an incredible view around each and every bend.
Bon Voyage and particularly our contact Jessica Soper were excellent and very knowledgeable about California.
We wouldn't hesitate to use them again.
Hawaii is a destination really geared towards stargazing; boasting 90% clear nights and a total of 13 large telescopes on the summit of Mauna Kea alone. The surrounding ocean cuts down on artificial light pollution and leads to better, more stable stargazing conditions.
The 1953 classic has probably the most famous beach scene in film history - Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr's iconic passionate embrace in the crashing surf of Halona Beach Cove.
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