Sydney, Australia, April 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Rising out of the deep blue waters in the midst of the Pacific Ocean, the Hawaiian Islands are one of the most diverse and rewarding of the South Sea destinations and you can discover the hidden natural treasures of this beautiful destination on World Expeditions' new Hawaii - Hiking the Aloha Isles - itinerary. See white, green and black sand beaches, giant craters, frozen lava lakes, lava sputtering volcanoes, stunning waterfalls, and ancient rock art sites.
With time on Kona (Hawaii - the big Island), Kanai and Maui, you’ll enjoy contrasting landscapes, ranging from tropical swamps and cloud forests to the stark lunar-like landscape of Haleakela National Park in Maui.
Enjoy all these fabulous islands have to offer with visits to the most amazing viewpoints overlooking the famous North Shore of Kauai. There is also ample time to enjoy the magnificent beaches and coral reefs, many known only to locals.
The 14 day Hawaii – Hiking the Aloha Isles departs Kona and costs CAN $3,290 per person. Departures are scheduled throughout May, September and October, with others to follow.
The Hawaii itinerary is the newest in the company's range of adventure holidays, of which there are more than 500 stand-alone itineraries, escorted by expert leaders and meticulously designed for those travelers who want to take the ‘paths less traveled’.
World Expeditions has earned a reputation for quality small group travel since its inception in in the 1970's. It was the first company to offer cycling holidays in India (1977) and China (1978) and trekking trips in Mongolia (1980) and Tibet (1981). In 2013, it launched a dedicated ‘World Cycle Journeys’ program and, as of 2011, is the only company to offer the newly mapped Great Himalaya Trail.
World Expeditions is independently owned and a truly global company, with nine offices around the world, including Sydney, London and Montreal.
Visit www.worldexpeditions.com for more information.