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Take a trip to Hawaii

From the moment you arrive, you'll be immediately captivated by the archipelago's natural beauty. From majestic volcanoes and sparkling waterfalls to idyllic palm-fringed beaches, Hawaii is brimming with natural treasures to explore. Each island has its own unique charm, offering a diversity of landscapes from lush rainforests to impressive volcanic craters.
Among the iconic sites to visit, don't miss Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where you can admire the raw energy of the boiling earth up close. On the island of Maui, discover the black-sand beaches of Waianapanapa and marvel at the famous Hana Road. On the island of Oahu, explore Hanauma Bay and stroll through the lively Waikiki district.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Hawaii

  • Hanauma Bay

    Located in the southeast of the island of Oahu, Hanauma Bay offers breathtaking scenery from the moment you arrive. The contrast between the lush green cliffs that surround the bay and the turquoise waters that border it creates a heavenly backdrop. This protected nature reserve is home to an incredible variety of colorful tropical fish, majestic sea turtles and shimmering coral. Once in the water, you’ll be amazed by the diversity of marine life that surrounds you. Swim among butterflyfish, parrotfish and clownfish, which color the reef with their vivid hues. You can also observe sea turtles gracefully evolving in their natural habitat.
    To make your visit to Hanauma Bay even more memorable, you can opt for a guided tour that provides information on marine life, coral preservation and environmentally-friendly practices. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about this fragile ecosystem and contribute to its protection.

  • Maui Island

    Nicknamed “The Magic Island” or “The Valley Island”, the island of Maui is a true tropical paradise. Start your adventure in Lahaina, a charming coastal town where you can stroll along Front Street lined with boutiques, restaurants and art galleries. Soak up the local history with a visit to the Baldwin Home Museum, a historic house dating back to the 19th century, or discover the famous Banyan Tree, a majestic tree spanning over a hectare. Continue your journey along the scenic Hana Road, one of the most picturesque roads in the world. Along the way, stop at Twin Falls, a waterfall surrounded by lush vegetation.
    For outdoor enthusiasts, Haleakalā Park is a must-see. Hike through the lunar landscapes of the volcanic crater, watch the sunrise or sunset from the volcano’s summit. Snorkel at Molokini, an underwater crater offering exceptional visibility and amazing marine life.
    Round off your stay by exploring the small town of Paia, known for its relaxed atmosphere and art scene.

  • The Kalalau Trail: An Epic Trek

    Get ready for an unforgettable adventure on the Kalalau Trail, one of the most spectacular and breathtaking hiking trails on the island of Kauai. This iconic trail takes you through breathtaking wilderness, steep cliffs and secluded beaches.
    Your journey begins at Ke’e Beach, where the cliffside trail offers fascinating views of the Pacific Ocean. As you ascend, you’ll pass magnificent viewpoints such as Hanakapi’ai Beach, a pristine palm-fringed beach bathed in turquoise waters. The next stop is Hanakapi’ai Falls, a waterfall nestled in the heart of the jungle. Let yourself be captivated by the beauty and power of this natural wonder, then make your way back to Kalalau Beach. Here you’ll have the chance to camp by the ocean and wake up to the sound of waves caressing the shore.
    The journey continues along the rugged Na Pali coastline, where towering rock formations rise proudly above the ocean. Pass by Crawler’s Ledge, a part of the trail that offers breathtaking sea views. You’ll then arrive at the unspoilt Miloli’i beach.
    You’ll need several days to cover the entire trail, and we recommend that you take a guide with you to get the most out of your adventure.

  • Saddle Road

    The Saddle Road is the perfect opportunity to experience an off-the-beaten-track adventure and discover the wild beauty of Hawaii. Get ready for breathtaking panoramas, volcanic discoveries and total immersion in the island’s incredible nature.
    Your adventure begins in Hilo, where you’ll embark on the Saddle Road, a road that winds through the volcanic peaks of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. The first stop is the Mauna Kea Visitor Information Station. If you’re an astronomy enthusiast, don’t miss the opportunity to go to the top of Mauna Kea to stargaze at one of the world’s best observation sites.
    Continuing your journey along the Saddle Road, you’ll reach Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Explore the hiking trails that wind through lava fields and discover lunar landscapes and smoking craters.

  • Hawaii Volcano National Park – Big Island

    Discover Volcanoes National Park, a must-see destination on Big Island, Hawaii. Immerse yourself in a spectacular volcanic landscape, where molten lava, sulphurous fumes and active craters transport you to a world apart.
    It all starts at the Kilauea Visitor Center, where you can get valuable information about current volcanic activity and recommended hiking trails. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Jaggar Museum, offering stunning views of Halema’uma’u crater and its live eruptions.
    One of the highlights of your visit is the famous Chain of Craters Road, a scenic road that takes you through a succession of impressive craters. Stop at Pu’u Loa Petroglyphs to admire ancient Hawaiian rock carvings, unique cultural testimonies. Continue your exploration to the Thurston Lava Tube, a lava cave where you can walk through a fascinating volcanic tunnel. The excursion is a real journey into the bowels of the earth.
    A unique experience not to be missed is the helicopter ride over the park. Fly over the craters, watch lava flows and admire breathtaking aerial panoramas. It’s an opportunity to see the volcanic landscape from a completely different angle.

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