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Walking in Hawaii

23rd June 2014 Print

Three stunning new destinations – Hawaii, Malawi and the combination of the three Canadian provinces of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick – together with new options in Peru, Morocco, La Palma, Cyprus and Madeira have been introduced into HF Holidays’ Worldwide guided walking programme for 2015.

As well as being the only UK walking operator to feature Hawaii, the company’s unique island hopping itinerary visits and explores four islands – Oahu, Big Island, Kauai and Maui – with a superb mix of walks, sightseeing, culture and wildlife.

Highlights include walks in the spectacular Volcanoes National Park with its two active volcanoes; in Waipio Valley and along rainforest paths to Akaka Falls; in Kauai’s Waimea Canyon - the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” - and Kalalau Valley with its endemic plants and animals as well as in Maui’s Haleakela National Park, to walk above the clouds at the island’s highest point.

There’s also a night lava walk accompanied by a local guide who lives on the lava; star-gazing opportunities with knowledgeable star-guides at the Mauna Kea observatory; an introduction to early Hawaiian culture at Pu’uhonua O Honaunau – once a refuge for ancient Hawaiian lawbreakers – and visits to the towns of Pearl Harbour and Honolulu.

Available with three departures in 2015, the cost is £3159 per person, land-only or £4099 inclusive of return Heathrow flights and transfers.  These twin-share prices also include 11 nights’ mainly full board accommodation in three and four-star hotels, the full holiday programme with specialist local leaders and an HF Holidays’ leader, National Park entrance fees, travel by minibus and tips.

In addition, HF Holidays is the only UK walking operator to offer a guided itinerary combining the three provinces of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and New Brunswick, with highlights including an excellent mix of walking amid wild landscapes taking in icebergs, whales, wildlife, waterfronts along with experiencing Eastern Canadian culture.

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