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|Although the word “paradise” can be used to describe every island in the Hawaiian Islands, each one has a special magic of its own that moves people in different ways. Among the six islands that make up the state of Hawaii, you can discover which one is your special kind of paradise. It may be the bright lights and nights of Honolulu, the hula dancers in Maui, the landscapes of Kauai that make your heart beat faster, but there is something that will capture your heart about magical and picturesque Hawaii.
The ports of call on your Norwegian Cruise Lines Hawaiian are Honolulu, Kona, Fanning Island, Republic of Kiribati, Hilo, Lahaina, Maui, Nawillwill, and Kauai. Of the eleven days, only four are actually spent at sea, and at least an entire eight hour day is spent at each port of call, allowing you to enjoy the various activities within the different ports. You may choose to participate in excursions that are already planned such as a city tour of Honolulu or Pearl Harbor while on Oahu or you can simply enjoy the museums, beaches, and enchanting sunrises over Diamond Head.
While on Maui, white sandy beaches await you along with palms swaying in the breeze. Some of the excursions available for visitors to Maui include an Atlantis submarine adventure, Best of Maui including the Lao Valley and Maui Plantations, Drums of the Pacific Lau’u, a downhill bicycle cruise, a sail at sunset, and a helicopter ride to West Maui and Molokai. You can also visit the white sandy beaches and follow your hearts desires.
On Kaui, you can take a four-wheel drive to the back roads or a mountain safari. A helicopter tour to Molikai or Wailua river cruise are also possibilities of things that you can do. As you visit Kona, you may also participate in any excursions that are available, or you can venture on your own. None of the excursions is required, but they are offered for those who may be interested. Each passenger is free to enjoy his or her time ashore as he or she desire.
During the time you are on the ship, various activities will be going on to keep you busy. Between the pools, spa and fitness center, golf courses, and other activities, your trip will certainly be full of fun things to do. It also includes a nightclub, casinos, activities for the kids, and even a library for those who like to read or just need some quiet time away from it all. As with all cruise ships, keep in mind that dinner attire ranges from casual ship to formal, so when you pack, you will need to come prepared. On some ships casual means shorts are appropriate and on others, it means casual slacks or dresses for women with casual slacks and shirts for the men. On most of the cruise ships, at least one night per week is designated as formal night, so plan accordingly when you pack for your cruise. Always have comfortable shoes for walking both on the ship and ashore.