15-Nights, Five Ports of Call-Experience Hawaii on Disney Cruise Line

15-Nights, Five Ports of Call-Experience Hawaii on Disney Cruise Line

If you have been wanting to experience Hawaii, but never ventured there on your own, Disney has you covered! With the opening of Aulani in August 2011 and the first ever 15-night cruise to Hawaii (Sailing April 29, 2012) you can now experience this popular tropical paradise with all the magic Disney has to offer.

Experience the highlights of Hawaii aboard the Disney Wonder at the four ports of call: Hilo-Hawaii, Nawillwill-Kauai, Honolulu-Oahu, Kahulul-Maui and sample the unique experiences that each port has to offer.

In Hilo, you can experience all the culture and history of Hawaii. There are many shops, restaurants and museums as well as the wonders of a tropical paradise that you would expect, such as tropical rainforests, waterfalls and volcanoes. If you’ve longed to learn about Hawaii you’ll be delighted to tour the Macadamia Nut Factory and learn about the history of sugar cultivation.

In Honolulu (Oahu) you’ll experience a bustling city that is home to famous beaches, world class restaurants and boutiques and deeply rooted history. Enjoy the feel of city life and then escape outside of the city to the Dole planation that hosts various activites for the whole family and shows the cultivation process of Hawaii’s signature fruit: the pineapple (Dole Whips Anyone?!)Here in Honolulu history is celebrated (stop by the 18 foot bronzed statute of King Kamehameha, the first ruler to unite the Hawaiian islands) and pay respects to the The USS Arizona which provides a memorial of Pearl Harbor. Honolulu has both a deep history and a bright future, nearby Honolulu (in Ko Olina) Disney’s newest resort and spa, Aulani, opens it doors in August 2011.
Kahului is described as the crossroads of Maui, with both busy city sights and the feeling of a private island oasis. Take a drive on Hana, a famous twisting road where you’ll discover breathtaking cliffs and waterfalls. Across the island, feel like a celebrity in Wailea, and maybe see some too! Only the best in restaurants, shops and lush resorts it’s the place to be for the rich and famous! From the creme de’ la creme to the 19th century rustic village of Lahaina; there’s something for everyone on Maui!

Nawiliwili is the oldest of the major Hawaiian islands, with all the grand majestic sites you’d expect to see here: 50 miles of beaches, jungles, breathtaking waterfalls and the peaks of famous mountains (Mount Kawaikini and Mount Walaleale). Sculpted by wind and water for centuries this island is referred to as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific”.

While Disney Cruise Line has not yet released the port adventures you can be sure these landmark sites and tropical locations will be hosting a wide range of activities: swimming, snorkeling, parasailing, hiking, horseback riding and historical landmarks such as Pearl Harbor. The 15-Night cruise has nine sea days and five port days (not including the Port of Los Angeles) with plenty of onboard and port excursions to experience. Let’s hope that a stop at Aulani will be in the future itinerary!

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