Aloha! Why settle for visiting just one Hawaiian Island when you can cruise in style and experience Oahu, Maui, the Big Island, and more on an all-inclusive Silversea Cruise? While Hawaiian vacations are nice, a Hawaiian cruise can’t be beat- you’ll be able to explore more of the Hawaiian Islands without having to worry about booking inter-island flights, pricy hotels rooms, or rental cars. Better yet, food and drink are included in the fare.
From taking in the hustle and bustle of the capital city to enjoying an adventure hike along the rim of a volcano, you’ll have the unique opportunity to discover each island’s unique charm while on a Silversea Hawaiian Cruise. Whether you prefer lounging on the beach while watching a gorgeous sunset or snorkeling with the turtles and fish, there’s something for everyone on a Hawaiian cruise. From authentic luaus and private surfing lessons to historical monuments and local cuisine, this will be the vacation of your dreams.
The Silversea Silver Whisper takes Silversea’s award-winning concept of all-suite luxury to the next level with a cosmopolitan ambiance and a variety of special amenities, including boutique shopping and full-scale productions. While the Silversea Whisper is small enough to offer an intimate cruising experience, it’s large enough to provide a range of onboard activities to keep guests entertained from start to finish. With a poolside grill, a cigar bar, and a wellness spa with a beauty salon, there’s plenty for cruisers to do while on board.
Things to Do in Hawaii
If you love becoming one with nature, there’s no better destination than Hawaii. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, located on the Big Island, is home of one of the world’s most active volcanoes. In fact, the volcano continues to pour into the sea, continually adding to the shoreline. If you prefer underwater adventures, head to Black Rock in Maui for some of the best snorkeling on the island- you’ll experience sea turtles, cliff divers, and colorful fish first hand. If you need a refresher, kick back and relax while sipping from a freshly cut coconut.
While there’s plenty of the great outdoors to experience in Hawaii, the allure of the islands isn’t limited to nature. History buffs will enjoy a day excursion to the USS Arizona Memorial or the Baldwin House Museum, while shopaholics are sure to enjoy the gorgeous shopping district of Oahu. And don’t forget to head to a local luau for authentic food and entertainment, especially if it’s your first time visiting the Hawaiian Islands. From pineapple plantation tours and kayaking adventures to fine dining and relaxing beachside massages, you’ll have access to it all on a Silversea Hawaiian cruise.
Hawaiian Cruise Tips
When it comes to cruising Hawaii, there are a few things to keep in mind. While the weather is warm year-round, keep in mind that “hurricane season” for all the Hawaiian Islands runs from July through September. If you’re traveling during these months, be prepared for rainy weather and keep an eye on the weather conditions in the weeks leading up to your trip. Also, don’t forget the sunscreen, as the UV radiation is typically much higher in Hawaii than in the home state or country of many tourists- even during hurricane season.
Contrary to popular belief, all Hawaiian beaches are public access. Ignore the imposing resort looming over the stretches of sand, as all beaches in the state of Hawaii are available to the public and completely free to use. While visitors can’t use their pools, they can use the facilities or pay to dine in on-site restaurants. If you’re a seasoned traveler, expect to be shocked by the high prices in Hawaii- you may want to head back to the ship for meals and take advantage of free shuttle buses whenever possible.