Disney Cruise Line trips to Hawaii are sure to provide some amazing experiences. These sailings give guests plenty of time to relax and explore all that Hawaii has to offer. These are the Hawaiian Ports of Call that you can visit on your Disney Cruise.
Hawaiian Ports of Call
Hilo, found on Hawaii’s Big Island, is home to amazing sites. From waterfalls to two volcanoes, the diverse landscape of Hawaii is the spotlight here. Mauna Loa is an active volcano, and Mauna Kea is dormant. Wailuki River State Park is home to an 80-foot waterfall. The mist from the waterfall produces some breathtaking rainbows. The park is just a short distance from Downtown Hilo.
Honolulu is a city in paradise, with restaurants, shops and so much to see and do. The famous Waikiki Beach can be found here, and is an extremely popular place to soak up some sun. Also in the area is Pearl Harbor, where guests can visit the USS Arizona Memorial. The Dole Plantation is also nearby, and offers family activities. Of course, Disney’s resort Aulani is also near this exciting port.
The picturesque beauty of Maui meets the contemporary village of Kahului in this port. The landscape here features cliffs, waterfalls and lush landscape. Haleakala National Park is home to the volcano at the center of the island.
Kaua’i is home to amazing natural beauty. Visit Waimea Canyon, called “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific” or Nawiliwili with 50 miles of beaches. The highest point of this island, Mount Waialeale reaches over 5,000 feet above the ocean. This is the oldest of the major Hawaiian islands.
This port of departure is a destination unto itself. This British Columbian destination is a great place to experience the culture of Canada. Here you can experience the urban life and explore the city of Vancouver. You can also travel just outside of the city and have an adventure in the great outdoors.