Did you know that Disney cruises to Hawaii? Well, they do in 2012. The Disney Wonder is stationed on the West Coast during 2012, and is currently sailing Alaskan cruises out of Seattle. In April, 2012, the Disney Wonder set sail from Los Angeles to Hawaii on her inaugural Hawaiian cruise. Initially, the April 29 cruise was to be the only one but because it was so popular (it sold out in a matter of hours), Disney added a second Hawaiian cruise set to sail on October 14, 2012.
Your voyage will visit the 4 major Hawaiian islands: the Big Island, Maui, Oahu and Kauai. You’ll find everything from bustling cities to landscapes that are almost untouched by people. Swimming, snorkeling, parasailing, hiking, horseback riding and more are all available, plus you can visit historic locations including Pearl Harbor. To top it off with a dash of Disney magic, Oahu is also home to the newest Disney resort and spa, Aulani. The ports of call include:
- Los Angeles, California
- Kahului, Maui
- Nawiliwili, Kauai
- Honolulu, Oahu
- Hilo, Hawaii
- Ensenada, Mexico
The 14 night Hawaiian cruise sails from Los Angeles on October 14, 2012, and returns to Los Angeles on October 28, 2012. Including the ports of call, this cruise will also feature 8 full days at sea!
One important note. The Disney Wonder is moving to the East Coast, at least for much of 2013, and no further Hawaiian cruises have been announced. If you want to experience the magic of Hawaii and a Disney Cruise, this may be your last chance.
From towering volcanoes to lush rainforests to sparkling waterfalls, Hawaii is a natural wonderland of amazing sights and landscapes. In particular, you’ll want to check out Haleakala National Park on Maui and Waimea Canyon on Kauai, known as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” To experience a piece of modern history, be sure to visit Pearl Harbor on Oahu. The USS Arizona Memorial is one of the most unforgettable monuments in the world.
Honolulu offers plenty of world-class shopping that includes everything from traditional Polynesian souvenirs to contemporary fashion and art. Lahaina on Maui is home to a charming strip of seaside shops and restaurants.
Hawaii is full of outdoor activities including swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, hiking, parasailing, helicopter tours and horseback riding. Of course, you can also simply relax on the beach and watch the tide gently roll in.
To top off your vacation with a dash of Disney magic, on Oahu you’ll also find the world’s newest Disney resort and spa, Aulani.
This October Hawaiian Cruise has not been nearly as popular as the April sailing, and plenty of staterooms are still available. For more information about any Disney Cruise, please contact our sponsor Mouseketrips for more information or to get prices.