Whether you are a return visitor or newcomer, All About HAWAII offers a program to suit your individual budget and vacation needs. Let us help you choose your Hawaiian destination where you may discover the "True Aloha Spirit".
Hawaii The fresh, floral air energizes you. The warm, tranquil waters refresh you. The breathtaking, natural beauty renews you. There’s no place on earth like Hawaii. Whether you’re a new visitor or returning, the six unique islands offer distinct experiences that will entice any traveler. Home to one of the world’s most active volcanoes and the world’s tallest sea mountain. Birthplace of surfing and the hula. Former seat of a royal kingdom. Hawaii is one of the youngest geological formations in the world and the youngest state of the union. But perhaps Hawaii’s most unique feature is its Aloha Spirit: the warmth of the people of Hawaii that wonderfully complements the Islands’ perfect temperatures and pristine beaches.
Go to All About Hawaii by clicking the logo above for information on travel tips, hotels, golf, activities, and excursions. Know what you want? You can book directly with our partner or call us for personal assistance!
Take a break in sunny Anaheim/Orange County to explore, play, and discover this unique Southern California destination. Smile at any one of our world-class attractions. Shop at trend-setting fashion boutiques. Relax at a world-class spas. Play at the beach. Explore art, history and culture. Dine at our award-winning restaurants. Listen to live entertainment. Catch a professional sports game. Swing for par on a breathtaking golf course.
Orange County is the ideal family vacation destination and home to an array of world-class theme parks. Here children can tap into their imagination where classic storybook characters come to life or scream with delight on hair-raising thrill rides. The mild, year-round weather creates the perfect climate for enjoying the fun-filled destinations from the ever-popular and classic Disneyland® Resort to the old west town and roller coasters found at Knott’s Berry Farm® Theme Park. The many theme parks in and around the Orange County area allow you explore magical new worlds, discover movie backlots, and get up close and personal with the characters of your childhood. There are more attractions in the Orange County area than there are in most states. From zoos and aquariums to interactive learning centers and historic sites, Anaheim/OC has enough fun and activities to fill your entire vacation. To say there is something for everyone sounds a bit trite, but that statement is very true in our region.
The most difficult part of planning a San Diego vacation is deciding what to do, what to see and where to go. With infinite options for activities to try, regions to explore and attractions to enjoy, you’ll find something new each time you visit.
San Diego offers every kind of activity imaginable; from world-renowned attractions, unlimited outdoor recreation, a thriving arts and culture community, sightseeing tours and award-winning restaurants, you’re sure to find a host of things to entertain and inspire.
But perhaps the best part of a San Diego vacation is doing nothing at all. With 70 miles of beautiful beaches, countless parks and gardens, and endless opportunities for pampering at one of the areas many spas and resorts, San Diego is an excellent destination for some quality R&R.
Go to All About California by clicking the logo above for information on travel tips, hotels, golf, activities, and excursions. When you have a good idea of what you want look for the link to check availability and book online, or call us for professional personalized service and advice for no additional charge!
Many residents of Australia and New Zealand can’t count how many times people have asked if New Zealand and Australia are the same country... if there is a bridge between the two (yes, people have asked if you can drive between the two countries), and even if they’re joined together. The list goes on, but one thing is clear – many people don’t realize just how different Australia and New Zealand are from each other. The only thing they have in common is that they’re far away from the rest of the world, and that the people are very easy-going, laid back and friendly.
Australia is world famous for its beaches, surfing, outback and cosmopolitan cities like Sydney – there are so many things to see and do here that you will find it incredibly hard to get bored.
New Zealand - Despite its small size, on holidays to New Zealand you will find stunning diverse nature with everything from active volcanoes to steep fiords. It is completely opposite from Australia when it comes to wildlife as well, where many birds naturally evolved into wingless birds because of the absence of predators.
The South Pacific confounds even the savviest map buffs with its splatter of dots spread across the world's biggest ocean. What you can't tell from a map, or even most tourist brochures is that these palm-laden pinpricks are as diverse as the region is vast. While the postcards might look similar, Fiji and Tahiti are not interchangeable or even much alike when it comes to landscapes and culture.
Here is some helpful information on making your decision to travel to the island destination of your dreams!
Tahiti & French Polynesia
•Best for: resorts, diving, culture, surfing, hiking
With over 115 islands spanning five archipelagos, French Polynesia has it all from the legendary, luxe Bora Bora and its over-the-water-bungalows to uncountable forgotten islands perfect for Crusoe wannabes looking for a basic beach bungalow. Wherever you go, you'll be kissed with a touch of French style.
Dive with plentiful reef sharks and manta rays in the Tuamotu Atolls; ogle the world's fastest hip shaking at a Tahitian dance performance during the July Heiva Festival; hike to waterfalls and mountain ridges on Tahiti, Moorea, the Marquesas Islands and more; or watch professional surfers brave cavernous tubes at Teahupoo, Tahiti.
Raratonga & the Cook Islands
•Best for: beaches, resorts, families, food, diving
The Cook Islands mix Polynesian blue water and hospitality with New Zealand (who administer the islands) savoir faire. On the lush, main isle of Raratonga beach bum all day then experience an 'Island Night' Polynesian feast (pork cooked in an earthen oven, taro root and more) and a local dance performance.
Hop a plane to Aitutuaki atoll, with its low-lying coral islets curling around one of the world's most fantastic lagoons. When not diving, snorkelling or swimming in blue water, check out the atoll's ancient stone temples called marae.
•Best for: culture, diving, families, backpackers, resorts
Fiji receives nearly the same amount of visitors (about 630,000 annually) as the rest of the South Pacific combined but it still feels wild and exotic. Scents of Indian curries waft from city roti shops while in villages Melanesian families invite you in for a bit of 'grog' (kava, a slightly narcotic beverage). Underwater you'll find seascapes of soft corals so dense they look like purple and white forests.
Viti Levu, the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands have the best beaches and most resorts while it's easy to get off the beaten path on islands like the lush, dive havens of Taveuni and Vanua Levu or the near-roadless traditional escape of Kadavu.
Clicking on the All About South Pacific link above will take you to our page that offers digital brochures, maps and lots of information to help plan the vacation of your dreams!