See the Jewels in the South Pacific with
Princess Hawaii Cruises

Waterfall - One of the many attractions you see during the Princess Hawaii Cruises©

A popular way to enjoy a Hawaiian vacation is with Princess Hawaii Cruises. Princess Hawaiian cruises set off from a port in Hawaii and take cruisers to a variety of other Hawaiian Island ports, as well as to several destinations in the South Pacific. 

If you are considering Princess Cruises to Hawaii, you can choose from a variety of island ports, as well as a few other stops that range from exotic, remote islands to party-filled tourist destinations.


Kona - A popular destination during Princess Hawaii Cruises©

Kona is a popular destination for cruisers who want to see an active volcano

Many of the geological features Hawaii is known for are viewable here... such as the molten lava rock from the volcano and the black and green sand beaches. 

The island is home to coffee plantations that produce the famous Kona Coffee, as well as macadamia nut groves and the largest privately owned cattle ranch in the United States. 

The island is also home to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park where visitors can visit Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Port excursions on Kona include the Kona Hawaiian Canoe Adventure, Glassbottom Boat Tour, Atlantis Submarine Adventure, Cloud Forest Sanctuary Walk, Seahorse Ranch, Place Of Refuge, Painted Church & City Drive.


Maui - A popular destination during Princess Hawaii Cruises©

The second largest Hawaiian Island, Maui, was chosen by the great warrior King Kamehameha for his capital. The Maui landscape includes world class beaches and breathtaking mountain landscapes. The aquatic life in Maui is spectacular and those interested in seeing sea turtles, rainbow-hued fish, and humpback whales will want to include the island in their cruise itinerary. 

While visiting, stop by Ka Anapali Beach, the former home of Hawaiian royalty and Whale Village, where an eight-acre complex offers galleries, shops, and restaurants. You can also plan a submarine ride, whale watching tour, snorkeling, or a crater visit during your shore excursion in Maui. Visitors to the island can also enjoy a Maui Princess dinner cruise.


The island of Kaui is the fourth largest and oldest island in Hawaii. It is sometimes called the Garden Island and includes a varied landscape ranging from volcanoes to desert terrain. Kaui is a dreamland for those who love the outdoors and if you want to hike and explore nature on your shore excursions, this is the place. You will find waterfalls, lush valley of greenery, white sand beaches that are highlighted by aqua blue shores, a fern grotto, and a variety of geological wonders that are unique to Hawaii.


Most Princess Hawaii cruises embark from the Honolulu port. The island is home to nearly a half million people and is the state capital. Honolulu is located on the island of Oahu and is full of cultural, historic, and scenic attractions. Outside of the city of Honolulu are rain forests and some of the best surfing destinations in all the world. While in Honolulu, be sure to visit Waikiki Beach, Pali Lookout, and Iolani Palace. Iolani is the only royal palace located on American soil.

Princess Hawaii Cruises often include visits to other South Pacific destinations. Cruisers can choose port calls in Fiji, New Zealand, Tahiti, Australia, Cook Island, French Polynesia, American Samoa, and various cities in California. If you are planning a cruise in Hawaii, whether you choose the Sapphire Princess Cruise or another option, be sure to speak with your cruise tour agent about port excursions and visits to other cities and countries.

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