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From the lush rain forests and spectacular waterfalls to breathtaking beaches and soaring volcanic mountains, there is no better way to take in all that these magnificent islands have to offer than on a Hawaiian cruise. While hotel guests wake up in the same place they went to sleep, cruise guests wake up each day to new experiences throughout their Hawaiian cruise vacation. In fact, we've planned hundreds of Hawaiian cruises for residents of Hawaii - they know the best way to see their state is by ship!
And they also know the experts at CruiseDeals can find every Hawaiian cruise deal that exists - from inter-island itineraries that begin and end in Honolulu to circle Hawaii trips that originate either on the west coast of the U.S. or other exotic South Pacific locales. Experienced cruisers know the best Hawaiian cruise deals are typically the longer voyages - they have a good bit of transit time at sea for utter relaxation, and still include the magical sights in this island chain! We offer deals on Hawaiian cruises from contemporary lines like Norwegian Cruises and Royal Caribbean, to premium lines including Princess, Holland America Line and Celebrity, as well as the truly luxurious such as Cunard and Regent Seven Seas.
They say it all happened when volcanoes rose from the sea. Soon, trade winds scattered the seeds that grew into incredible flowers, bamboo and fragrant papaya.
Today, come to Hawaii for the unexplainable, the utterly magical, and find bright anthuriums growing wild, volcanic peaks soaring to 14,000 feet and vibrant poinsettias when it isn't even the holidays.
For all their similarity, each island has its own distinct personality. Like Hawaii, the big island, with Kilauea's crater where some say Pele, the fire goddess, lives. Maui, with remote swimming spots so beautiful, they were once reserved solely for Hawaiian royalty. And Honolulu, where the cliffs and waterfalls are often visited by spectacular rainbows.
Yet there is one thing that all of these islands hold in common. It's called 'aloha,' the spirit of welcoming.