Princess Cruises to Hawaii

As cliché as it sounds, a Hawaiian vacation is the trip of a lifetime. Beautiful beaches, breathtaking volcanoes, and a unique experience on the Pacific create memories for years to come, but the price of airfare, hotel accommodations, and traveling between the state’s islands appear like an obstacle for many.

Princess Cruises, instead, has the trip planned out – and all a traveler has to do is make reservations and come on board! Ships depart from the mainland United States and then head out into the Pacific, going straight toward the islands. Looking for a bit more time at sea? Consider a longer itinerary that explores other South Pacific nations.


A typical Princess cruise to Hawaii lasts 12 to 15 days round trip. Cruises leave from Los Angeles, San Francisco, or Vancouver, British Columbia to visit four of Hawaii’s major islands.

Should you decide on a longer itinerary, ships then go southward to stop at a combination of ports in Fiji, French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Samoa, and Australia.

The trips named “Best Cruise Line for Honeymooners” takes five ships out to Hawaii and the South Pacific, each with Princess’ standard accommodations:

• Crown Princess • Grand Princess • Ocean Princess • Pacific Princess • Star Princess

Where You’ll Go and What You’ll Do

Princess stops at four Hawaiian ports:

Hilo: This major destination for outdoor enthusiasts is known for its stunning natural wonders. As you plan out excursions, consider trips to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park or Akaka Falls.

Honolulu: The state’s capital is the cultural center, with excursions ranging from typical outdoors trips to more historical options. Consider a hike up Diamond Head Crater, learn about Hawaiian and South Pacific history and traditions at the Polynesian Cultural Center, or explore Hawaii’s part in American history at the Pearl Harbor Memorial.

Kauai: More natural wonders greet you at this port. See the striking cliffs of Na Pali Coast, visit the Wailua River, or take a trip to Waimea Canyon.

Maui: Each of Hawaii’s islands possesses its own natural wonders and unique landscape. Maui is characterized by waterfalls and rainforest, and features the Haleakala Crater, which can be seen by helicopter. Or, for something different, stay on the water to watch humpback whales.

Along with taking travelers to each unique port, Princess strives for a full, immersive experience. The on-board Aloha Spirit Program introduces travelers to Hawaiian culture through language lessons, lei-making, themed movies, music, and dining options, including Kona coffee.

Visit Hawaii without the hassle of inconvenient travel plans. Princess’ ships leave throughout the year and leisurely let you into the culture of each island. So to start planning on the vacation you’ve always dreamed of having, make your reservations and find discounts through Direct Line Cruises.

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