HAWAII & TAHITI CRUISES

Enjoy a dream cruise to Hawaii today with Holland America Cruise Line. The Hawaiian Islands have long been America's tropical playground, a volcanic archipelago in the middle of the Pacific that is the country's most surprising state. Before they became an American territory, before Captain Cook dubbed them the Sandwich Islands, the Hawaiian Islands were the home of a Polynesian culture whose roots still run deep. In Hawaii's floral-scented valleys and on its black-sand beaches, that legacy lives on in an aloha spirit that promises a welcome as warm as the ocean breezes. Some 4,300 kilometers (2,700 miles) from Hawaii, another legendary archipelago awaits travelers to the Pacific: Tahiti. Here, Polynesian and French cultures meet under blue skies on lush islands ringed by blue lagoons. 

Overnights in Honolulu

Dine on Hawaiian fare at an authentic luau. Take a moonlit walk on Waikiki. Explore Honolulu’s nightlife. Holland America Line offers more overnights here than on any other cruise line.

32-Day Hawaii, Tahiti & Marquesas

Embark on an epic voyage in the wake of legendary explorers. Explore Waikiki Beach and Pearl Harbor, storied Bora Bora, Christmas Island and beyond on this San Diego round trip.

Featured Hawaii and Tahiti Cruise Ports

Featured Ports

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Bora Bora, French Polynesia

For years, Bora-Bora has drawn not just honeymooners and vacationers, but divers eager to scope out its array of reef fish, rays and sharks. It's hard to compete with the sheer drama of the brilliant blue water and sleepy Vaitape doesn’t even try. 
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Hilo, Hawaii, US

Once a busy fishing and farming area, Hilo blossomed into a commercial center for the sugarcane industry in the 1800s. Today’s town—its waterfront rebuilt since the last destructive tsunami in 1960—flourishes as a hub of galleries, independent shops, farmers markets and restaurants.
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Honolulu, Hawaii, US

Sitting pretty on Oahu's south shore, Honolulu is a suitably laid-back Polynesian mash-up of influences and experiences. 

Surfing may have been invented along Waikiki long before the high-rise hotels arrived to dominate the shoreline, but the vibe is still mellow and it's still the go-to neighborhood. These days, Honolulu adds dining, shopping and cocktails to its repertoire, all done with a view of the Diamond Head in the distance. 

But away from Waikiki, you get the scoop on the "real" Hawaii: brick Victorian buildings, including America's only royal palace; thriving Chinatown nightlife; sacred temple remains; and the wartime memories of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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Kuto, Ile des Pins, New Caledonia

The Isle of Pines—Île des Pins in French, or Kunié to New Caledonia's indigenous Melanesian people—is located 60 kilometers (37 miles) southwest of Grande Terre, the main island of the archipelago that makes up New Caledonia. 
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Papeete, French Polynesia

Although all of French Polynesia is sometimes referred to as Tahiti, Tahiti proper is only one island, ringed by a reef that turns the water shades of blue even sapphires can’t come near. Rivers flow down from its high peaks, and every night, the sun goes down behind the neighboring island of Moorea.

Hawaii and Tahiti Cruise Featured Excursions

Hawaii and Tahiti Cruise Featured Offers

Special Hawaii and Tahiti Cruise Offers