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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.
There is no place like Mexico. Known around the world for its unique blend of picture-perfect beaches, eclectic culture, historical curiosities and of course its fiery food, this is a destination on everyone’s bucket list. And once you’ve been, you’ll want to return again and again!
The true definition of paradise. Mexico’s beaches are among some of the best in the world, with an abundance of diving opportunities and various watersports in its turquoise waters, or simply sunbathing and building sandcastles on its endless stretches of pristine shoreline.
Replicated the world over but never as good as the real thing. Visiting Mexico gives you the chance to try some of its most iconic and spiciest cuisines using the freshest local ingredients, traditionally cooked and served up in the most inspirational settings. Think tacos, enchiladas, huevos rancheros, burritos and so much more!
Culture & History
Mexico has a rich and vibrant culture dating back to its fascinating ancient Mayan and Aztec civilisations, and more recently its Spanish influences. From the food, arts, music and dance of its traditional customs to its archaeological marvels and diverse towns and cities, Mexico is a wonder for exploration and discovery.
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Mexico boasts big, sprawling cities like Mexico City, Guadalajara and the border town of Tijuana, which are profuse with cultural festivals, historical sites and excellent dining scenes. While its beachside resort cities like Cancún, Tulum and Playa del Carmen along the Riviera Maya are tourist hubs for dynamic nightlife and relaxing daytime vibes.
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Hawaii & Mexico Holiday FAQs
Hawaii & Mexico Holiday FAQs
Hawaii & Mexico Holiday FAQs
Hawaii and Mexico do have varying climates, but one of the best times to explore these destinations in one trip would be between September and November or between March and May. In the autumn, you'll find that the weather is pleasant in both Mexico and Hawaii.
The temperatures in Mexico, particularly in popular tourist spots like Cancún and Playa del Carmen, will be in the range of 25°C and 30°C. This is a great time for beach lovers as you can enjoy all of the gorgeous beaches without the crowds of peak-season. In Hawaii, you’ll witness enjoyable temperatures (from 24°C to 29°C), so it’s perfect for outdoor adventures without the intense summer heat.
Spring is another great time to enjoy your trip. Mexico still has pleasant weather with temperatures hovering between 25°C to 30°C while Hawaii sits comfortably between 23°C and 28°C.
Winter is also an option for travel, with weather in coastal areas of Mexico ranging from 20°C to 28°C. This season can get pretty busy with tourists, so bear this in mind when planning your trip. In Hawaii, the winter months drop slightly to around 20°C to 26°C, but while it's not as warm as the summer, it's still pleasant. One unique attraction during this season is the chance to go whale watching, as humpback whales migrate to Hawaiian waters at this time, providing an incredible natural spectacle if you’re lucky enough to spot them! Take note that some parts of Hawaii experience more rainfall during the winter, so occasional showers are possible.
Finally, if you’re planning to travel in the summer, bear in mind that Mexico can be quite hot and humid at this time, with temperatures regularly exceeding 30°C. Coastal areas and popular beach destinations also tend to get quite crowded at this time. Hawaii's summer is peak tourist season, with warm and sunny weather and temperatures averaging between 24°C to 30°C. While the weather is great, be prepared for larger crowds and higher prices for accommodations and activities.
The time difference between the UK and Mexico will vary depending on where you are, as the country spans multiple time zones. In spots like Cancún and Mexico City, you’ll typically be 5 hours behind the UK, whereas areas like Baja California can be 7 hours behind. While some regions in Mexico observe Daylight Saving Time, others don’t, so the time difference between Mexico and the UK may change during the DST period. Hawaii, on the other hand, is always 10 hours behind the UK, as it doesn't observe Daylight Saving Time.
The time difference between Hawaii and Mexico again will depend on where you’re visiting. For example, Cancún is 5 hours ahead of Hawaii, whilst Mexico City is 4 hours ahead.
When you depart from the UK, the most common airports to fly from would be London Heathrow Airport (LHR), London Gatwick Airport (LGW), Manchester Airport (MAN), and Birmingham Airport (BHX). All of which have a wide range of international flights.
For Hawaii, Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on the island of Oahu is a popular entry point. For Mexico, Cancún International Airport (CUN) is a common choice, especially if you're looking to explore the eastern coast of Mexico, including the Riviera Maya and the Yucatan Peninsula. Cancún is well-served by international flights and is a hub for tourists heading to Mexico's Caribbean Coast - you can catch direct flights here from the UK. Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is another option and has plenty of domestic flights to get to other parts of the country.
Please bear in mind that there are no direct flights to connect Hawaii and Mexico due to the considerable distance between them. Typically, you'll find flights that connect through major US cities like Los Angeles, Dallas, or Houston.
You can plan and book multi-centre holidays to Hawaii and Mexico well in advance, with the option to secure guaranteed prices up to 36 months before your trip. Lock in your holiday with an initial low deposit and then spread the remaining costs conveniently through monthly instalments, giving you the flexibility to prepare and pay for your dream holiday gradually… as well as plenty of time to get excited!
If you’re just in Hawaii for a short time, you’ll want to prioritise. Consider visiting two of Hawaii's most iconic islands: Oahu and Maui.
Oahu is often referred to as the ‘Gathering Place’, and it’s here that you can explore the vibrant city of Honolulu, home to the historic Pearl Harbor and the iconic Waikiki Beach, known for its golden sands, lively atmosphere and great surf.
Maui is a short flight away, and is known for its natural beauty, including the striking Haleakalā National Park, where you can witness breathtaking sunrises above the clouds. Explore the lush Hana Highway, a scenic drive through waterfalls, rainforests, and look out over dramatic coastal cliffs. It’s home to some incredible nature and wildlife, and makes for an unforgettable experience.
If you’ve got some time, round off your Hawaiian odyssey with a trip to the Big Island (Hawaii Island) - the largest of the Hawaiian archipelago. It has incredibly diverse landscapes, from lush rainforests and cascading waterfalls to dramatic volcanic terrain. It’s also home to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where you can witness the epic sight of lava flowing into the ocean.
Mexico is a huge country, and it has a multitude of places to explore, each with its own distinct flavour. Some of the most popular destinations in this culturally rich and diverse country are Mexico City, Cancún, and Tulum.
Mexico City is the country’s dynamic capital known for its history, art, and culinary delights. Explore the historic heart of the city, where you'll find the Zócalo, a grand central square flanked by architectural marvels like the Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Palace. It’s also relatively close to the ancient city of Teotihuacán, home to the iconic Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon.
Cancún, located on the eastern coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula, is ideal for those who want a lively beach holiday. It’s known for its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and thriving nightlife. Spend your days relaxing on the beautiful shores of Playa Delfines or exploring the nearby Mayan ruins of Tulum, perched on a cliff overlooking the clear Caribbean waters.
Tulum is another firm favourite with tourists. It’s a coastal paradise south of Cancún, and is renowned for its bohemian charm, crystal-clear cenotes, and incredibly well-preserved Mayan ruins. Explore the ancient wonders and swim in stunning cenotes like Gran Cenote and Dos Ojos.
If you have a little more time to play with, Mexico multi-centre holidays can include a stop in Mérida, the vibrant capital of the Yucatán state. It has a gorgeous blend of colonial charm, Mayan heritage, and colourful markets. Wander through the city's historic centre, visit the grand Cathedral, and eat some delicious Yucatecan cuisine at one of the many local eateries. Next, explore nearby Mayan archaeological sites like Uxmal and Chichen Itza.
When you’re packing for multi-centre holidays, bear in mind the diverse climates and activities you'll be encountering. If you plan to visit between November and April, it’s likely that you’ll have pleasant and dry weather in both destinations.
For Hawaii multi-centre holidays, pack lightweight, breathable clothing that’s suitable for tropical weather. Some of the essentials would include shorts, tshirts, tank tops, and swimsuits. A hat and sunglasses are handy for shielding yourself from the sun, and comfy walking shoes or sandals are a must for exploring beaches or hiking trails. The evenings can get a little cooler, so a light sweater or a long-sleeve shirt is advisable. Depending on when you’re travelling, a waterproof jacket can come in handy for the occasional rain shower.
In Mexico, particularly the coastal areas like Cancún, Tulum, and Mérida, pack similar lightweight clothing as for Hawaii. Mexico's sun can be intense, so pack plenty of sunscreen and a sunhat. Lightweight, breathable dresses or linen trousers are perfect for evenings out, and don’t forget insect repellent, particularly if you plan to visit jungles or rural areas.
Since both Hawaii and Mexico have a whole host of outdoor adventures, it's a good idea to bring activewear for things like hiking, snorkelling, or zip-lining. A small daypack can also be useful for excursions.