Kensington Tours Says ‘Aloha’ with First Luxury Tours in Hawaii

Haleakala Crater in Maui, Hawaii. Photo credit: Kensington Tours/Getty Images.
Haleakala Crater in Maui, Hawaii. Photo credit: Kensington Tours/Getty Images.

Kensington Tours is expanding to Hawaii with its first tour offerings in the state beginning in APR, with private-guided itineraries on the four main islands.

With an emphasis on cultural touring, historical sites, and active adventures, guests can gain an understanding of Hawaiian perspective and local culture, all through the eyes of an private local guide. Plus, guests can gain access to landscapes that are otherwise unavailable.

The collection of itineraries features touring on four main islands: Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and Big Island, with the option to personalize the routing, duration, and day-to-day activities.


A Kensington Tours Destination Expert will work with clients to design their ideal itinerary, from the islands visited, to the best time of year to travel based on their preferred experiences. Kensington can arrange a variety of services including accommodations, private tours, airport transfers and flights, car rentals, helicopter tours, surfing lessons, catamaran sailings, golf tee times, luau reservations, dinner reservations, and more.

“We’re delighted to share our new collection of Hawaii itineraries for those seeking an exceptional adventure close to home,” said Helen Giontsis, President of Kensington Tours. “It’s been specially curated with our discerning clientele in mind, and our in-destination partners have trusting relationships with the local communities, ensuring our guests will be welcomed with open arms.”

With Kensington Tours, clients can:

Kensington also highlights a stop-over destination to French Polynesia, Japan, and New Zealand, where clients can also create a personalized itinerary including any countries of their choosing, with details planned by the luxury tour operator.

For more information, visit Kensington Tours’ web site.

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