The abundant natural beauty of Hawai’i offers a picturesque backdrop to meetings and conferences, few places in the world can rival.

Its unique melting pot of American, Japanese and Hawaiian culture inspires an exciting multi-ethnic culinary experience, suited perfectly to the palettes of both the seasoned foodie and the downright picky.

Beautiful all-year round, Hawai’i offers a range of exciting outdoor team-building activities such as whale watching, golfing, ziplining, island-hopping and snorkelling.

With its white sand beaches, tranquil blue waters and world-class facilities; Hawai’i is a haven that seamlessly blends business with pleasure, making it an ultimate destination for company getaways and events.

Hawai’i’s six main islands each offer their own distinct character, providing six very different meeting experiences.

Kauai – The Garden Isle

Known also as the Island of Discovery, the paradise of Kaua’i offers a rejuvenating experience that helps to revive the body and spirit.

Surrounded by a bounty of scenic wonders, sculpted from centuries of growth, Kaua’i presents a variety of exciting outdoor adventures.

From tree-top zip-lining to river kayaking; mud buggy adventures through to helicopter tours, all are perfect as corporate challenges to bond your team.

Home to the spectacular Waimea Canyon, known also as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific; Kaua’i features some of the best hiking tracks in the world, showcasing a mecca of panoramic trails and walks suited to every level of ability.

Oahu – The Gathering Place

The third largest of the Hawaiian Islands, dubbed lovingly The Gathering Place, Oahu is the ultimate destination to meet business colleagues from all around the world.

Surrounded by world-class hotels, state-of-the-art meeting facilities and a plethora of exquisite dining options, the capital Honolulu is a diverse international city only a step away from breath-taking beaches.

Combining famed Hawaiian hospitality with cutting-edge technology, the award-winning Hawai’i Convention Centre presents the perfect setting for hosting meetings and events.

Offering 47 meeting rooms – ten with views of the terrace, courtyard and mountain valleys; a large ballroom; and a 13,000 seater theatre-style auditorium, the convention centre is a versatile space suited for conferences and meetings of all sizes.

Afterwards, relax on the shores of Waikiki beach just before sunset to witness a brilliant green flash along the horizon, as the sun descends into the ocean.

Molokai – The Friendly Isle

Live as the locals do, in captivating Molokai, an island of untouched beaches and dramatic sea cliffs.

Located near the centre of the Hawaiian island chain, Molokai offers an authentically Hawaiian experience, giving visitors the chance to learn more about the country’s fascinating traditions.

Whether you’re exploring the eastern sea cliffs of Molokai on the back of a mule, snorkelling the ocean’s captivating reefs, or playing a slow, relaxing game of golf at Iron hills – you’re in for a truly unforgettable experience.

Other team bonding favourites here include cycling, hiking, mountain biking and whale watching.

Maui – The Valley Islehawai'i

The awe-inspiring island of Maui is a popular choice when hosting meetings and conferences, due to its spectacular landscaping, exceptional amenities and extraordinary culinary scene.

Transform group functions into unforgettable memories with group activities such as kite surfing, sports fishing, golfing, spa therapies, winery tours and snorkelling.

The second largest of the Hawaiian Islands, the beaches of Maui have repeatedly been voted among the best in the world.

Lanai – The Pineapple Isle

Tranquil Lanai makes for the perfect location for groups looking for a secluded spot to escape the hustle and bustle of business life.

Situated just 14 kilometres from Maui, Lanai offers two luxurious beachfront resorts perfect for hosting small to medium conferences or events.

As the smallest inhabited island of Hawai’i, Lanai has a lot to offer. With only 48 kilometres of paved road, the rest of Lanai’s rugged terrain can only be accessed by 4-wheel drive.

An absolute oasis of calm, spinner dolphins are often spotted bounding through the pristine waters of Hulopoe Bay, with humpback whales visiting the area during winter months.

Hawai’i Island – The Big Island

By far the largest in the chain of Islands, Hawai’i Island is home to some of the most diverse and unique microcosms on earth.

A popular meeting destination for those who want to embrace adventure, Hawai’i Island offers visitors the chance to explore an active volcano, snorkel with manta rays and indulge in sports fishing.


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