Hawaii by Four Seasons
In Hawaii, every sense awakens: Hear the splash of spinner dolphins at play. Admire corals in bright shades of pink, yellow and blue. Feel the tickle of bubbles in a pool fed by a tumbling waterfall. Inhale the fragrance of plumeria and pikake flowers. Taste the sweet-tart flavours of fresh-picked papaya, mango and guava.
Each island has its own distinct experiences and character, which you’ll uncover on your multi-island Hawaii by Four Seasons escape. Guided by our team of local experts, you’ll discover each destination’s most alluring spots. Through four customized experiences accessible only to Four Seasons guests, we welcome you on an exclusive journey through Hawaii’s natural wonders, culinary delights and cultural heritage.
Four Seasons Resort Lanai invites you to A Private Escape, Island Style: Hawaii’s smallest inhabited island offers a serene landscape for off-road exploration. Ride horseback through upland trails and hidden valleys, traverse ironwood forests on a Polaris sport vehicle tour, and set sail aboard our catamaran to secret snorkelling sites. After a day of adventure, unwind with a private dinner under the stars overlooking pristine Hulopoe Bay.
Set off on a Kilauea Volcano Adventure with Four Seasons Resort Hualalai: Soaring thousands of feet above Hawaii Island’s northern Kohala Mountains, look down from your private helicopter into the crater of Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano, erupting continuously since 1983. Uncle Earl Kamakaonaona Regidor, our Hawaiian culture kumu (teacher), is by your side to share stories of the volcano’s role in local tradition. Keep an eye out for sky-high waterfalls and secluded beaches only accessible by air.
Get A Taste of Island Life with Four Seasons Resort Maui: To savour the essence of Hawaii’s culinary traditions, spend a day in the small town of Hana. Sample exotic fruits at ONO Organic Farms, hike through a bamboo forest to your own private waterfall, and swim in the lava caves at Waianapanapa Black Sand Beach – all before returning for dinner at one of the Resort’s stunning oceanfront private venues. There, you’ll sit down to a feast prepared by Four Seasons Executive Chef Craig Dryhurst, featuring the freshest farm-to-table delicacies foraged earlier that day.
Embark on a Spiritual Journey to Ka‘ena Point with Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina: On the westernmost tip of the island, a nature reserve provides sanctuary to Hawaiian monk seals, nesting Laysan albatrosses and wedge-tailed shearwaters. On a half-day excursion guided by La’akea Perry, an award-winning kumu hula from Oahu’s leeward coast, you’ll experience an ancient Hawaiian oli (chant), hula and stories of the Leaping Rock, a sacred place where mortal souls are said to make the final vault into the realm of the gods.