Beach with Mountains in Hawaii

瀑布和火山 夏威夷遊輪之旅

阿羅哈是當地的一種問候方式,意思是愛、友愛與和平。
只要提到“夏威夷”這個詞,就會讓人聯想到綠松石色的海浪拍打著五顏六色的沙灘,這是一幅豐富多彩的歷史畫卷,既有波利尼西亞風格,也有美國風格,還有一種好客的文化,您可以把它濃縮成一個詞:阿羅哈!到達後,您可以在歐胡島上追溯珍珠港的歷史,在那裏您可以參觀戰列艦,並參觀紀念1941年災難性的一天的紀念館。乘坐遊輪遊覽夏威夷,前往大島,攀登基拉韋厄山等火山,追逐莫納克亞山山坡上的瀑布。或者在考艾島和毛伊島偏遠的海岸享受陽光和衝浪。

HIT THE BEACH
Hawaii is a group of islands with hundreds of beaches. Do you cruise to Oahu and hit Waikiki — where the people-watching is as good as the tanning — or to the scenic Napali Coast of underrated Kauai? Decisions, decisions.

RAINFOREST BATHE
Hawaii offers a tropical twist on the hip travel hobby called "forest bathing." It's all the rage among spiritually minded travelers these days and a great way to see nature uparagraphCopy close. Hike to Rainbow Falls on the Big Island, or through the lush Hana Rainforest on Maui.

PAL AROUND WITH PELE
The volcano goddess Pele takes many forms in Hawaii. Hawaii is the United States' most volcanic state, but your experience doesn't have to be death-defying. Daredevils will want to get up close and personal with the active lava flow of Kilauea, but you could instead hike up Mauna Loa, which is extinct.

MONUMENTS OF THE PAST
No trip to Oahu is complete without paying your respects to the victims of Pearl Harbor at the USS Arizona Memorial. However, there's a lot more to Hawaiian history. You should also learn about Hawaii's Polynesian heritage at Honolulu's Iolani Palace, the former home of the long-ruling Kamehameha dynasty.

GET TO KNOW YOUR MORNING JOE
When imagining Hawaiian beverages, you might think of a fruity drink with an umbrella, but the state is the only permanent coffee producer in the U.S. Head to the Big Island to tour the plantations where the good stuff is grown, from famous Kona Coffee to craft producer Mount Thunder.

WALK IN THE WAYS OF OLD
Hawaii's Polynesian past is still palpable today. On Oahu, check out the Polynesian Cultural Center, where you can tour six different recreations of traditional villages. Watch a Polynesian dance, play ancient games that have been handed down through the generations, and learn the old ways of fishing without a net.

TAKE THE PLUNGE INTO

YOUR HAWAIIAN ADVENTURE

Paradise is a journey, not a destination — at least when you take a Royal Caribbean cruise to Hawaii. Explore the exotic shores of Honolulu with panoramic views and onboard experiences that keep the adventure going long after sunset.

OVATION OF THE SEAS

Experience Alaska’s wilderness onboard one of the world’s most groundbreaking cruise ships, Ovation of the Seas®. See the Northern Lights in Juneau or hang with fur seals in New Zealand. Your vacation has never been wilder. 


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SERENADE OF THE SEAS

Add the top of the world to the top of your bucket list and discover the best way to see the Arctic Circle. Experience the cultures of Scandinavia on a trip to the Land of the Midnight Sun. Or journey to the far-flung isles of the Southern Caribbean on an exotic island-hopping on the Serenade of the Seas.


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RADIANCE OF THE SEAS

Boasting the most glass of any Royal Caribbean cruise ship, it’s perfect for glacier-gazing and whale-watching in Alaska and for soaking up turquoise ocean views in the South Pacific, including Australia, French Polynesia, and New Zealand.


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WHAT TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU GO
Visit Hawaii on Your Schedule

Hawaii is ideal to visit 365 days per year, whether you're looking to laze on a beach, explore the rainforest explorer or scale a volcano. However, prices and crowds increase when kids are out of school and during Christmas and New Year's.

With warm weather year-round, Hawaii is one of the U.S.'s sunniest states. The rainy season goes from November to March, but don't worry too much about the weather during these months; it isn't a constant monsoon — there's simply a greater chance of showers.

Looking for a more remote Hawaiian getaway? Kauai's Napali Coast is renowned but surprisingly uncrowded. If you dock in Kauai, you can drive along the seemingly hidden Napali Coast. Even in Maui, which has become more popular, "secret" beaches (and red ones, like Kaihalulu Beach) provide respite from the crowds.
 
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Insider Tips

1 Plan some slower days during your trip to jibe with the leisure-loving locals. The phrase "island time" isn't a joke.
 
2 Don't discount mainstream destinations like Oahu's Pearl Harbor and Kilauea on the Big Island — they're popular for a reason!
 
3 While some best practices (like not walking too close to volcanoes) are obvious, be aware of lesser-known laws. For example, it's actually illegal to hike Honolulu's popular Haiku Stairs.
 
 

CUISINE
POI, PORK, AND POKE 

Seafood is an important part of the Hawaiian diet, but there's so much more to enjoy. Visit Hawaii and prepare for a feast like no other, with nods to Polynesia, Japan and even the American heartland.

OK, POKE
Poke bowls are a great way to enjoy Hawaii's renowned ahi tuna. Ahi tuna has become famous all over America, most commonly seared and added to Asian-style salads. The best way to sample this Hawaiian favorite, however, is in bowl form. There are several varieties of poke, with modern versions substituting avocado and spicy mayo for classic accompaniments like seaweed and rice.

POLYNESIAN PORK
Is there any meal more Polynesian than a whole, roasted pig? Vegetarians have plenty of choices in Hawaii, but this isn't one of them. After cooking for hours over an open flame, this tender meat is plucked off the bone and plated, or sandwiched in a Hawaiian roll.

POI, THE TASTY PASTE
Taro root is a common food in the Asia-Pacific region, but usually not in the U.S. — outside of Hawaii, at least. The purple paste known as poi is a puree of this much-loved root vegetable, and it pairs well with other Hawaiian staples, such as the aforementioned Kalua pork (dip it!) and fresh fish.

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