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Guided Tours & Trips to Hawaii 2021/22

Guided Tours & Trips to Hawaii 2021/22

Unforgettable Trips to Hawaii with Bamboo

Travel is to the soul what air is to the lungs. It not only rejuvenates you but is necessary for a happy, healthy life. And what better place than the heavenly islands of Hawaii? From the beauty and romance of the Oahu and Maui islands to the off-the-beaten paths of Lanai and Molokai, the Hawaiian Islands are a wonder to behold, and Bamboo takes you straight to the heart and Soul with this Discover Hawaii tour.

So, where does one begin? Hawaii's picturesque beaches and valleys offer many experiences like surfing, hiking, skydiving, helicopter tours, paddle sports, whale watching, and zip-lining. In addition, you can swim with manta rays at night, float down tunnels on old sugar plantations or take an enchanting lunar landscape walk at Garden of the Gods. So, choose your adventure travel Hawaii vacation and let the magic begin.

Discover Hawaii with our Bamboo Hawaii guided tours to have a relaxing and soul-rejuvenating experience. You don't need to worry about any travel hassles or booking struggles. Our travel Hawaii guides will be there for you from the planning process itself! Our tours of Hawaii are designed to offer you a magical experience of the majestic Aloha State, from the best airlines to the best hotels and itineraries.

Our Discover Hawaii package includes solo but in a group Hawaii vacations, fully-guided Hawaii trips, adventure tours Hawaii, and Hawaii group tours. Whether you are going for a rejuvenating solo trip or with your friends and family, we make sure that you have a tour to remember!

Our Hawaii group vacations are trendy and budget-friendly. As a result, our past clients have had an exhilaratingly memorable experience on this Hawaiian trip.

Tours Available in Hawaii
Bamboo currently has 1 tour(s) in Hawaii:

What are some Hawaii Travel Tips?

Traveling to any new place can seem daunting, even if it is for a holiday. Here are some Hawaii tour tips from our team on the ground to help you plan your stay:

  • Use reef-safe sunscreen - Sunscreens that use coral-harming chemicals are banned in Hawaii. The ocean is, after all, home to innumerable marine animals inhabiting delicate ecosystems. Using reef-safe sunscreens goes a long way in protecting the sea and its lifeforms. In addition, our Hawaii eco-tours ensure that you are environmentally safe while you are having fun.
  • Don't underestimate the ocean - Conditions can be dangerous and change quickly. We recommend checking in with on-site lifeguards before you enter the water. They will inform you about potential hazards like rip currents or shore waves.
  • Pack a sweater - Yes, Hawaii has a warm climate. But trust us. Although you'll only need summer clothes most of the time, it can get chilly in the morning or if you go to higher elevations (like upcountry in Maui or Waimea Canyon on Kauai), especially in the winter. So keeping a light sweater at hand will be helpful at such times.
  • Check the weather before hiking - Before going on any hike, it is imperative to check the weather and floodplains. If there is a possibility of rain, make sure your route does not go through a floodplain or cross any rivers. If it does, there is a chance for a rapid rise in water levels or water overflowing into your hiking area.
  • Visit during winter to see the humpback whales - While January to March is the ideal duration, you might see a few from November to May as well.

5 Reasons to Travel to Hawaii

Any place can be a great traveling experience if you do it right. So whether it's a soul-searching solo trip or one of our Hawaii group holidays, here's what makes Hawaii unique:

  • The Grand Volcanoes: Each Hawaiian Island was formed by a single hotspot on the ocean floor. The Big Island of Hawaii is home to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where the world's most active volcano – Kilauea – can be found. Haleakala, one of the world's largest dormant volcanoes, is located at Haleakala National Park in Maui. And Oahu is home to Diamond Head, which was created as part of the Honolulu Volcanic Series. You can hike to the summit of Diamond Head on Oahu. On Maui, a drive to the summit of Haleakala for the dawn is highly recommended!
  • The Majestic Waterfalls: Some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world are found in Hawaii. With lush rainforest vegetation, waterfalls in Hawaii are perhaps one of the best reasons to visit these islands. For the best waterfalls, make sure to include Maui on your itinerary.
  • The Beaches (of course!): With over 750 miles of shoreline and over 400 named beaches, all of which are open for the public, you are sure to find a beach in Hawaii that's perfect for you and your group. There are white sand beaches, yellow sand beaches, black sand beaches, red sand beaches, and even one green sand beach. And the beauty of each of them is unparalleled!
  • The Food: Hawaiian cuisine is a beautiful tapestry of flavors and traditions. Oahu, known as The Gathering Place, is nothing short of a culinary paradise. In the past few years, Honolulu has emerged as one of the significant culinary meccas in the U.S. If your travels take you to Kauai, assemble an epic Hawaiian-style picnic at the island's famed sunshine markets. The island of Hawaii offers dining choices as diverse as its landscapes; remember to finish your meal with a cup of homegrown Kona coffee. Food festivals throughout the Hawaiian Islands showcase the local food scenes. Prestigious events like the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival and Kapalua Wine & Food Festival gather top-notch chefs from around Hawaii (and the world).
  • The History & Culture: Hawaii is the center of culture and history for all of Polynesia. When in Honolulu, you can visit the Iolani Palace. It is the only royal palace in the United States of America, which was once the home to Hawaiian kings and queens. You can see the most extensive collection of artifacts and displays of ancient Hawaiian culture at the Bishop Museum. An hour's drive away is the Polynesian Culture Center. Immerse yourself in Polynesian cultures from far-flung places such as Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Aotearoa (New Zealand) in addition to Hawaii. The Big Island is also home to some significant sites managed by the National Park Service. They preserve and interpret some of the most important cultural sites in Hawaiian culture like the Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National, Kaloko-Honokohau, and Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historical Parks.

FAQ: The most frequently asked questions about Hawaii's captivating islands

Your most frequently asked questions about Hawaii

Each of the islands has something unique to offer and caters to different needs of the visitors. So you can choose one which suits you best. Or, if you have more time, maybe travel 2-3.

  • Oahu – It is home to the large city of Honolulu. Shopping, dining, and nightlife options are the best here. In addition, you can visit the museum and memorials at Pearl Harbour and surf huge waves on the North Shore. It's also the most accessible island to get around by public transport.
  • Maui – It has beautiful beaches, world-class whale watching, and the Road to Hana drive, where you can see waterfalls, bamboo forest, and red and black sand beaches.
  • Big Island – The largest, also the youngest island, is not very rich in greenery, but it has more lava landscapes. If seeing an active volcano is on your bucket list, then this is the island to visit.
  • Kauai – Known as The Garden Isle, Kauai is the lushest and greenest of the islands. The green cliffs of the stunning Napali Coast are very popular, but there are also lovely beaches, waterfalls, and multi-colored canyons. A helicopter ride over the island is breathtaking. Plenty of hiking trails are also available. Kauai has become popular in recent times, but it isn't as developed as Maui or Oahu.

It largely depends on how many islands you want to visit. Each island could take at least an entire day or two and possibly even more to see its most popular attractions. So you can get a sense of how long you need to stay based upon the number of islands you want to see.

3 carriers offer Hawaii interisland flights - Hawaiian Airlines, Island Air, and Molukele Airlines. Each offers numerous daily flights and all services to the largest islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island of Hawaii. Hawaiian and Mokulele offer service to the smaller islands of Molokai and Lanai. Except for Maui, Molokai, and Lanai, there is no passenger ferry service between the islands.

There are two seasons on the islands, summer (May-Oct) and winter (Nov-Apr). The average temperature during the summer months is around 84 degrees F, while in the winter months, it is 78 degrees F.

Hawaii is a great destination to visit all year round. The average temperature is between 75˚–85˚ F (24˚-29˚ C). Between April and November, summer is warmer and drier, while winter is a bit cooler between December and March. Whale watching season begins in late December and ends in early May. Peak viewing occurs between January and early April. November through February is the big wave surf season on Hawaii's northern shores.

Hawaii is an excellent spot for family holidays. Hotels and resorts fully cater to families and often include entertaining kids clubs, swimming pools, and babysitting facilities. Hawaii is also considered very safe and has a friendly culture that respects and welcomes families.

The essential island wear includes shorts, bathing suits, suntan lotion, flip flops, hiking shoes, etc. In addition, if you plan to visit places like Haleakala on Maui and Mauna Kea on the Big Island, you will need a lightweight jacket, as it gets a bit chilly up on the summits.

The currency used in Hawaii is the American Dollar (USD), so spending will depend on the conversion rate at the time of your trip. However, you can enjoy Hawaii even at economical prices, and our Hawaii tour packages cater to all kinds of budgets.

Discover Hawaii With Bamboo's Hawaii Eco Tours

Aloha! Explore the bountiful scenic gems of Hawaii with our Hawaii trip packages. The lush greenery, the majestic waterfalls, the mouth-watering cuisine, the great volcanoes, and of course, the mesmerizing beaches make Hawaii a tourist favorite. Our tour packages are specially designed to offer a world-class travel experience.

With Hawaii, you can take the break you wanted as the walls are close in on you and your family. Travel Hawaii with our budget packages and unleash the weekend vibes you had carefully tucked away like your vacation suitcases. Flaunt that beach body today by traveling to a place that is immensely acclaimed for its beaches.

We will ensure that you have a wonderful time and come back with a suitcase full of memories. So, leave all your memories to ease and gear up for a spectacular adventure. Sign up with us, pack your bags, and let's go to Hawaii!

With our exciting deals and best-in-class packages, what are you waiting for?

Bamboo currently has 1 tour(s) in Hawaii:

Hawaii Travel Hack

Firstly, on behalf of everybody at Bamboo, I would like to offer you our thanks for choosing to experience this incredible part of the world with us. We guarantee you an amazing time and we’re all very much looking forward to meeting you in Chiang Mai soon.

I imagine that right now you’re very excited about your upcoming adventure and this little guide has been put together to help you understand more about what will be happening, what to expect, how to plan and more. We guarantee your time with us will be unforgettable from start to end.

Bamboo is growing as our style of 'travel' has proven to be the 'way' to travel. You are now a part of this journey and we welcome you with open arms and hearts. This growing experience is down to people like you, so do get stuck in, become part of our way of life, live every moment and take nothing for granted.

Peace, Love & Bamboo
Mark (& the other Panda, Colin)


This information is taken from the Hawaii Travel Hack and provides a guide of what to expect. For more specific information please read Hawaii Travel Hack

Volunteer with the best conservation projects, including marine
conservation and farming

Snorkel in Hawaii's crystal clear oceans while learning about and
witnessing sea turtles in their natural habitat

Discover the real life of the Polynesian islanders by experiencing their lives in the jungle with them. This is a once in a lifetime experience that is not offered to all tourists

Hike to volcanic craters while learning about the deep history of the
Hawaiian islands

Try the mouth-watering divers Hawaiian cuisine

Possibly the best location in the world to stare at the galaxy and stars

 

 

Bamboo currently has 1 tour(s) in Hawaii:
Tours Available in Hawaii