Honolulu health and relaxation holiday
Honolulu is home to the famous Waikiki beach, and the gateway to other Hawaiian Islands. The tropical paradise is surrounded by the crystal clear blue waters, whilst the rest of the Hawaiian chain is a smorgasbord of pristine beaches, spectacular surfing, lush rainforests, smoking volcanoes, plunging waterfalls, extinct craters and vibrant Polynesian culture.
Honolulu has a fun-loving, relaxed atmosphere - days focus on sun-worshipping or people-watching on Waikiki beach. By night a perfect way to relax is on a sunset champagne catamaran cruise and watching the moon rise above Diamond Head.
Take a swim
Stroll through the Waimea Valley's botanical gardens to Waihi Falls, where visitors can take a relaxing and soothing swim in the waterfall pool.
Head to one of the many hotel spas and indulge in some relaxing and revitalizing treatments, from massages on the beach to mud facials.
Consistently voted one of Hawaii's top resorts, the opulent Kahala offers up-close and personal Dolphin Quest encounters with Atlantic bottlenose dolphins, private spa suites and complimentary lei (garland) making, hula, and ukulele classes.
Head to Waikiki Beach, Oahu, and give yourself a work-out by riding the waves in one of the world’s best surfing spots. Alternatively, snorkel and feed tropical fish in Hanauma Bay, 10 miles east of Waikiki or swim with green sea turtles off the coast of Maui.
Take a whale-watching cruise to Lanai from November to April. Once known as the ‘Pineapple Isle', Lanai is the perfect place for whale watching, as humpback whales make the waters around the island their winter breeding and calving grounds.
Hire a skipper for the day
Sail the tropical waters surrounding Hawaii on a skippered or bareboat charter and take in the sites as someone else does the hard work.