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Florida is famed for having a little of everything, from thrilling theme parks to breathtaking vistas and incredible wildlife. Visit coastal hotspots and vibrant cities or head down to the Florida Keys for some peace and tranquillity during your holiday. All while savouring delicious, fresh Florida cuisine, of course. Are you ready to discover Florida’s best side?
Orlando’s known as the Theme Park Capital of the World and for good reason: with Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, LEGOLAND, and more all to discover, it’s the perfect destination for thrill-seekers. Ride roller coasters, make a splash at water parks, and meet Mickey, Minnie and co. during your adventure.
From the golden sands of Florida’s Gulf Coast to the Atlantic east-coast beaches, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Experience the lively Daytona Beach, peaceful Naples, or head up to the Panhandle and discover Panama City Beach. Wherever you head, pack your sunscreen and swimming costumes and dive into either relaxation or adventure.
It’s no coincidence that Florida is known as the ‘Sunshine State’, thanks to its subtropical climate and near year-round mild temperatures. It’s the main reason visitors flock to the state each year dreaming of long lazy beach days under the sun. It can experience daily rain though, especially during the hurricane season that runs from June to November - but it’s brief!
With incredible attractions and many beaches with calm waters, Florida is the ultimate family-friendly holiday destination. Of course, there’s Walt Disney World Resort, but beyond that there’s plenty to see and do, whether you’re travelling with tiny tots or older teens. Swim with dolphins, visit museums, or take a road trip to the Florida Keys on an epic road trip.
A trip to Hawaii is a feast for all the senses. Dine on its exquisite, Asian-inspired foods, dance its ancient hula routines, and take in its otherworldly landscapes, which will transport you to heaven on earth.
Hawaii’s incredible and diverse landscape is instantly recognisable, from its rocky promontories and lush mountain peaks to its golden swathes of sand and its rugged volcanic craters. It’s no wonder that these islands of striking natural beauty are the backdrop for many Hollywood films and TV series. You can rent a car and drive some of the most scenic coastal routes in the world or book a boat or helicopter tour and see the full scope of the islands’ splendour from a distance.
The beaches in Hawaii are the true definition of paradise and if you close your eyes and picture the perfect beach, you’ll end up here. Miles upon miles of golden sands are edged by turquoise-blue waters and flanked by swaying palm trees, while its jet-black volcanic beaches are equally as captivating and provide the perfect backdrop for a Pacific Island holiday. From the bustling tourist vibes of Oahu’s Waikiki Beach to the tranquil lagoons and unspoiled coves of the smaller islands, there’s a beach to suit everyone in Hawaii.
Much like the famed outlet shopping in Orlando, Hawaii has its own fair share of excellent malls and retailers where you can pick up designer clothing for a fraction of the original price – you may need to bring an empty suitcase for all those bargains. And if luxury shopping is more your thing, then Ala Moana Center in Waikiki will be your mecca!
Steeped in history and deeply spiritual beliefs, Hawaii observes many traditional customs through music, dance, arts, and cultural practices, and is proud to share them with its visitors. There is a profound connection with the land, the ocean and the natural world that shapes these magnificent islands, running through everything from the food, the landmarks and everyday life. Dive in and absorb the magical culture of Hawaii, whether it’s a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center, witnessing a fiery hula performance at a beachside lū’au, or taking a trip to one of its many sacred ancient sites.
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Florida & Hawaii Holiday FAQs
Florida & Hawaii Holiday FAQs
Florida & Hawaii Holiday FAQs
Florida and Hawaii multi-centre holidays are generally at their peak in the spring and autumn months.
In spring, you'll find that both Florida and Hawaii are basking in the sunshine, with pleasant temperatures for sightseeing. In Florida, particularly in places like Orlando and Miami, temperatures hover between 20°C and 30°C, and Hawaii's islands also have pleasant temperatures and minimal rainfall during this time.
In autumn, Florida starts to cool down from the heat of the summer, making outdoor activities in the Everglades and the Florida Keys a more enjoyable experience. Similarly, Hawaii maintains its inviting climate and sees fewer tourists to both destinations, ensuring a more tranquil trip.
If your travel plans take you to Florida and Hawaii during the winter months, you can still expect to enjoy good weather. Florida has pleasantly warm winter temperatures (from 15°C to 25°C), and Hawaii remains typically between 20°C and 28°C - just bear in mind that they’ll both be busier during this time.
Hawaii is usually 11 hours behind the UK, and Florida is usually 5 hours behind. When Daylight Saving Time is in effect (usually in March and October), bear in mind that Florida's time difference will reduce by 1 hour. Florida is 5 hours ahead of Hawaii.
The majority of UK travellers will usually head off from major airports including London Heathrow (LHR) or London Gatwick (LGW), while Manchester and Edinburgh Airports also offer direct flights to the Theme Park Capital of the World.
In Florida, your choice of airport will depend on which part of the state you choose to visit. If you're headed for the theme parks, Orlando International Airport (MCO) will be the most convenient choice. Miami International Airport (MIA) is another option if you plan to see the city and explore into the southern regions of Florida. If your Florida twin-centre itinerary includes the Gulf Coast, consider entering via Tampa International Airport (TPA).
In Hawaii, you'll most likely arrive at Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on the island of Oahu, as it is the main entry point for international flights. From there, you can easily connect to other Hawaiian islands via domestic flights or ferries.
To travel between Florida and Hawaii, you’ll have to travel by air. You’ll find flights from Florida's major airports (including Orlando International Airport (MCO), Miami International Airport (MIA), and Tampa International Airport (TPA)), to Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. The duration of this domestic flight can vary, but typically takes anywhere from 6 to 9 hours.
There are no direct flights between Florida and Hawaii due to the considerable distance, so your trip will include a layover, usually at major US airports, such as Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) or San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
When it comes to booking multi-centre holidays to Florida and Hawaii, you have the flexibility to reserve your trip with fixed rates up to 36 months prior to you head off on your travels. This allows you to secure your booking with an initial, affordable deposit and manage the remaining costs through convenient monthly instalments.
Hawaii's diversity shines through its distinct islands, each offering its own blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and adventure.
Travellers who enjoy a mixture of city life and natural beauty will love Oahu. It’s home to famous spots including Honolulu and Waikiki Beach, which have a vibrant culture, historic sites, and plenty of shopping.
Maui, on the other hand, is great for couples and honeymooners, with lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, and jaw-droppingly romantic sunsets.
If you're a nature lover and have a sense of adventure, Kauai, known as the ‘Garden Isle’, has epic dramatic landscapes, while the Big Island (Hawaii Island) has plenty to see and do, including active volcanoes and stargazing!
For a more authentic and off-the-beaten-path experience, Molokai is an interesting choice for your Hawaii twin-centre itinerary, with fascinating preserved Hawaiian culture and serene beaches.
When packing for your trip, it's important to consider the diverse climates in these two states, as well as your twin-centre itinerary and chosen activities.
Generally, lightweight and breathable clothing is a must, as both have warm and humid weather, particularly during the summer. You'll want to pack items like t-shirts, shorts, sundresses, and swimwear for enjoying the beaches and outdoor adventures.
Sun protection is essential in both spots, so don't forget to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and hats to shield yourself from the strong sun. Additionally, pack a light sweater or long-sleeved shirt for cooler evenings or higher elevations, even in warm climates.
Be prepared for the possibility of rain, particularly in Hawaii. A compact, travel-friendly rain jacket or poncho can be a lifesaver if you’re planning on exploring hiking trails or spending a lot of time outside.
Comfy walking shoes or sneakers are another must for both destinations, whether you’re out sightseeing or covering some serious ground at the theme parks. You can even consider bringing some reef shoes for the rocky shorelines in Hawaii.
Both Florida and Hawaii have a laid-back atmosphere, so casual clothing (beachwear and swimwear) will be your main go-to’s. If you have plans for special occasions or evenings out, you might want to include dressier attire, such as a sundress, shirt, or slacks.
Florida’s world-famous theme parks can get a little crowded, but there are a few things to know to maximise your experience.
An easy one is to arrive early at the parks - the first few hours of the day often feature shorter wait times for popular attractions, allowing you to enjoy more rides with minimal delays. Midweek visits typically have smaller crowds than on the weekends, so plan your trip accordingly if you have flexibility in your schedule. Additionally, during the busiest seasons, parks often offer extended hours, with lower attendance in the evenings.
Downloading the official park app (available for most major theme parks in Florida) can also be handy. These apps provide real-time information on ride wait times, show schedules, and even mobile ordering for food, so you can plan your day efficiently, targeting attractions with shorter wait times and securing dining reservations to avoid mealtime queues.
You might also want to consider investing in a FastPass or Express Pass if it’s offered at the park you're visiting. These allow you to reserve access to certain rides, shows, and character meet-and-greets in advance, reducing your wait times significantly.
With so many iconic theme parks in Florida, it can sometimes be hard to know which ones to prioritise.
Walt Disney World in Orlando is a popular choice for families, Disney enthusiasts, and those generally seeking a magical experience. It comprises 4 major theme parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Magic Kingdom is known for its classic Disney charm, EPCOT for its cultural showcases and futuristic attractions, Hollywood Studios for its Star Wars and Pixar-themed rides, and Animal Kingdom for its enchanting wildlife encounters.
Universal Orlando is a great choice for thrill-seekers, as well as fans of popular franchises like Harry Potter and Jurassic Park. Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure have a mixture of immersive rides and interactive experiences that the whole family will love. Harry Potter fans can explore The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in both parks, while adrenaline junkies will appreciate the epic rollercoasters.
Located in Winter Haven, LEGOLAND is perfect for families with young children who have a love for LEGO. The park features interactive LEGO-themed attractions, rides, and even a water park!