Norwegian 7-Day Hawai’i Inter-Island Cruise

Napali Coast Hawaii

Seven days. Four islands. Two overnight stays. One amazing itinerary – which only Norwegian offers. With the most time in port – nearly 100 hours – you can capture the pure spirit and soul of Hawai’i each and every day that you’re on an island. Since Norwegian is the only cruise line that sails roundtrip from Honolulu year-round, you can vacation on your schedule. As your journey from one exotic island to the next, learn about the Hawaiian culture through the eyes of native ambassadors on board our ship. With overnights in both Maui and Kaua’i, you’ll have plenty of time to hike up a waterfall, take a helicopter ride over an active volcano and brush up on your hula at an authentic lū’au under the stars. Who wouldn’t want to spend seven days in paradise? Leaving, on the other hand, takes a lot of convincing.

Destination Highlights:

  • HILO, HAWAI’I – This town is like a giant greenhouse, boasting tropical flowers at every turn. The lush rainforests and magnificent waterfalls of Hilo will take your breath away. Visit Hilo’s well-preserved historic buildings that showcase the unique architecture of Old Hawai’i.
  • HONOLULU, O’AHU – The big blue Pacific and stunning Ko’olau mountains serve as a dramatic setting for Hawai’i’s most iconic city. Climb to the top of Diamond Head, ride the calm waves of Waikiki Beach, and learn the story of the Big Island’s people at the Hawaii Plantation Village.
  • KAHULUI, MAUI – Grab a snorkel and explore Molokini islet, home to 250 species of tropical fish. Explore the fascinating history of the town of Lahaina, hike to the summit of dormant Haleakalā, or play a round on one of the world’s most beautiful golf courses.
  • KĪLAUEA VOLCANO – Rising over 4,000 feet, Kīlauea has been the site of 61 separate eruptions since 1823 and is one of the most active volcanoes on Earth. Despite its smoldering caldera and lava rivers that flow down into the sea. Kīlauea is home to an impressive array of colorful wildlife.
  • KONA, HAWAI’I – You’ll find plenty of surfside fun to enjoy on Kona’s western sundrenched coast. Snorkel amongst a kaleidoscope of tropical marine life, take a surfing lesson, or go on a kayaking adventure. Awaken your spirit at the sacred temple of Hale o Keawe Heiau.
  • NĀPALI COAST, KAUA`I – Reaching from sea level to over 5,000 ft. in elevation, the Napali Coast offers some of the world’s most amazing coastline views. You’ll be awestruck by the near-vertical cliffs covered in emerald green vegetation, sea caves and waterfalls. Keep an eye out for sea turtles and dolphins.
  • NĀWILIWILI, KAUA`I – This lovely port of Kaua`i is your getaway to what many believe to be one of the world’s most beautiful islands. Nature is truly the star here: Explore the cool rainforests of Ha`ena, take a helicopter tour of Waimea Canyon and the ruggedly scenic Nā pali Coast, or swim and snorkel on Poipu Beach.

Tours Available On-Land:


Take an easy journey down the western slope of the world’s largest resting volcano, Mount Haleakala, during our Maui Downhill Bicycle Adventure. Or explore Maui below sea level and get face-to-face with frisky locals during our Molokini Crater Snorkel where more than 250 species of fish call this islet home. And enjoy a great adventure on the water during out Hila Way Waterfall & Kayak excursion where you’ll begin paddling off the black-sand beach of Hilo and kayak along the island’s magnificent coastline.


We’ll take you and your sweetheart to the Secret Waterfalls of Kohala, featuring lush, exotic scenery; traditional Hawaiian taro terraces; and exclusive access to a swim under a private waterfall. Share a perfect day in Kona with our Catamaran Sail and Snorkel where you’ll snorkel amid a rainbow of sea life, cruise the coastline and see dolphins playing in the Pacific. Experience the beauty of our Haleakala Crater at Sunset tour and watch the glowing tropical sky atop the world’s largest dormant volcano.


In Honolulu, out Pearl Harbor and USS Missouri tour take you on a nostalgic journey to the two places that marked the beginning and the end of World War II for the United States. And don’t miss our Lūau Kalamaku because when the sun goes down in Kaua’i, the hula dancers and fire boi ball-twirlers get busy. And our Maui Whale Watch lets your family see these majestic mammals up-close with a certified marine naturalist by your side.

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