At both locales, you’ll spend your days lazing on stretches of pristine soft sand beaches, with the Atlantic and North Pacific waters calling you for a refreshing dip or exciting watersports adventure.
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Miami, a city of vibrant contrasts, is a true melting pot. From the sun-kissed shores that stretch for miles along the Atlantic Ocean to the pumping nightlife that transforms the city into a hedonist’s paradise after dark, Miami has something for everybody. Dive into the turquoise depths of its beaches, where golden sands meet the gentle waves, and discover an abundance of marine life beneath the shimmering waters. Discover more about the cultural diversity that defines the city, from the lively streets of Little Havana to the upscale boutiques of its world-renowned shopping districts. Miami is a fascinating fusion of tranquillity and excitement, and makes for an exhilarating journey that leaves its mark.
Miami's beaches are world famous, and are known for their white sands and lively atmosphere. Set along the Atlantic, the beaches are a picturesque backdrop where turquoise waters meet photogenic powdery shores. South Beach, with its iconic pastel lifeguard stands and Art Deco charm, is a great spot for people-watching, and enjoying the lively atmosphere along the shoreline. It’s a thriving spot where you’ll find a mix of sunbathers, water sports enthusiasts, and beach volleyball players. From the vibrant energy of Miami Beach to the serene beauty of Key Biscayne, the beaches are an integral part of Miami's charm.
Miami thrives as a melting pot of cultures, and it’s a city where diversity isn't just celebrated – it's embraced, in every aspect of life. Latin American, Caribbean, and international influences come together to create a dynamic urban landscape. In neighbourhoods like Little Havana, the air is alive with the pulse of Cuban music and traditions, and the culinary scene mirrors this diverse blend. Miami's multicultural essence can be felt all over the city, from the energetic festivals of Calle Ocho to the cosmopolitan neighbourhoods like Coral Gables.
Miami's nightlife pulsates with an electric energy, bringing the city to life after sunset. From the neon-lit streets of South Beach to the chic lounges of Brickell, Miami has a fantastic array of hotspots for your nocturnal adventures. Renowned for its world-class clubs, the city is a mecca for those looking for pumping beats and dancefloors that go into the early morning hours. Rooftop bars with panoramic views, Latin-inspired salsa clubs, and trendy beachfront venues make the city’s nightlife scene plentiful and multifaceted. Whether it's a glamorous night out in a sleek club or a laid-back evening by the ocean, this city was made for a great night out.
Miami is a shopaholic’s paradise! From the upscale boutiques of Bal Harbour Shops to the trendy stores in the Design District, the city is a fashion-forward haven that has something to cater for just about everybody. Luxury lovers will love the high-end brand stores that adorn the palm-lined streets of Brickell City Centre, while the iconic Lincoln Road Mall in South Beach is a lovely outdoor shopping experience. Miami's eclectic fusion of high-end fashion, funky streetwear, and international brands creates a shopping experience that mirrors the city's dynamic and cosmopolitan vibe, making it a must-visit destination for shoppers.
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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Miami & Hawaii FAQs
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Miami & Hawaii FAQs
With both destinations enjoying year-round temperate climates, there’s rarely a bad time to plan your Miami and Hawaii twin-centre holidays. However, we recommend avoiding Miami’s hurricane season, which runs from May to November, where the weather has the potential to disrupt your dream getaway. Instead, visit in March or April when temperatures can still reach a warm 26°C, making it great beach bathing weather.
These months are great for visiting Hawaii, too, with the state enjoying the highest temperatures and lowest rainfall between March and September. The average daily temperature for Hawaii in March and April is 24°C, although you can experience highs of 26°C in the afternoons, so don’t forget to pack your sun cream!
Miami is generally 5 hours behind the UK, observing Eastern Standard Time (EST). However, if you’re travelling in March or November, look out for when the time zone changes to Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), as US clocks go forward or backward an hour on different Sundays than in the UK.
Hawaii, meanwhile, observes Hawaii Standard Time (HST) year-round, making it 10 hours behind GMT and 11 behind BST; the state doesn’t observe daylight saving times.
There are no direct flights from the UK to Hawaii, so we recommend starting your multi-centre holiday in Miami, where you can enjoy direct flights into Miami International Airport (MIA) from either London Heathrow (LHR) or London Gatwick (LGW). There are also one-stop flights from other UK airports: Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, and Bristol.
From Miami, you can fly to Honolulu (HNL) via another major US city airport, including Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW), and Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX). Or fly directly from Orlando International Airport (MCO).
If you want to start your trip in Hawaii, you can enjoy one-stop flights from London, Manchester, and Edinburgh.
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With year-round warm temperatures, you’ll want to pack your suitcase with plenty of t-shirts, shorts, swimwear, and (of course) lots of sun cream! To take advantage of the incredible walking and hiking trails both destinations have to offer, we also recommend some comfortable walking shoes, so you can see the best of Miami and Hawaii without worrying about blisters or achy feet.
If you’re visiting over the winter months, you’ll want to bring a light jacket and/or jumper, as night-time temperatures can drop to a cooler 17°C in Miami and 20°C in Hawaii. Don’t forget about the rainy seasons, too, which run from June–November in Miami and November–March in Hawaii. So, unless your trip is between March and June, you won’t want to forget your waterproofs!
iami is famed for its stunning white and golden sand beaches and aquamarine waters, with millions flocking to Greater Miami and Miami Beach for beach breaks year-round. With more than 15 incredible beach spots to pick from, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
For somewhere peaceful and slightly off the beaten track, head to Sunny Isles Beach, with its two-mile stretch of sand and 700-foot-long Newport Fishing Pier. Here, kids will enjoy paddling in the calm waters, while there are also public restrooms and shaded picnic areas for convenience.
Looking for somewhere a little livelier? The iconic South Beach awaits. Home to swathes of sandy stretches, swaying palm trees, and pastel-coloured Art Deco buildings, it’s as exciting as it is photogenic. Enjoy the best of land and sea at the famous Lummus Park — an urban oasis where Miami’s fitness fanatics enjoy running, walking, cycling, and more. Not feeling as energetic? No problem, simply relax on the sands or let the kids run around the playgrounds while you sip a fresh coffee.
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uite simply, Hawaii has way too many beach locales to visit them all in just one trip. So, we’ve rounded up a few of our favourites to help you plan your beach days.
If you’re staying on Maui, make your first stop Hamoa Beach, where you’ll find consistent surf that’s great for the surfing and boogie boarding pastimes you think of when it comes to a Hawaii beach day. If you fancy snorkelling, head to Kapalua Bay, which is protected by two reefs to form a crescent-shaped cove, with calm, clear waters, and an abundance of sea life.
Our third Maui pick is Wailea Beach, which is perfect for both whale watching and celeb-spotting. The golden sands here are bookended by swanky five-star resorts that Hollywood A-listers flock to, while the beach also boasts beautiful views over the Molokini Crater. Whales can be spotted here November–April.
For one of Hawaii’s most popular sunbathing spots, you’ll want to visit the jet-black sands of Punalu’u Beach on Big Island. It’s easy to reach and ideal for swimming and snorkelling. Plus, you may even catch a glimpse of the Hawaiian sea turtles catching some rays on the sand!
Other great beaches include Ko Olina Beach in Oahu, where shallow waters make it the perfect spot for families, and Hanalei Bay in Kauai, a stunning bay backed by 4,000-foot emerald mountains.
With so many beach gems to uncover, why not plan a pure Hawaii adventure? View our Hawaii multi-centres today.
When you think of Miami, it’s hard to focus on just one type of cuisine, with the city infused with flavours and dishes from across the globe thanks to the rich cultural heritage of its locals. But prepare yourself for Latin American and Caribbean-inspired foods by the plate-load, from the famous Cuban sandwich to Peruvian ceviche and the Central and South-American chicharron.
If you’re visiting between the months of October and March, you’re in for a real seafood treat, with delicious stone crabs in-season — a dish Southern Florida is known for.
Like Miami, Hawaii’s cuisine is a fusion of different cultures, from Japanese and Chinese to Portuguese and traditional Hawaiian dishes. But if you only try three famous Hawaii dishes during your stay, we recommend a Poke bowl, Kalua pork, and Laulau.
Poke is possibly the islands’ favourite dish, consisting of raw fish and the freshest local vegetables and seasonings. In fact, it’s often nicknamed “Hawaii in a bowl”! A luau staple, Kalua pork is a tender and smoky whole-roasted pig, cooked for hours and served traditionally with cabbage, rice, or macaroni salad. Laulau, meanwhile, is a native Hawaiian food made from the leaves of the Taro plant, where traditionally pork meat is wrapped in taro leaves and cooked underground in a rock oven for hours until tender; modern-day variations though include fish or chicken instead of pork.