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Chocolate Delivery to Hawaii



  • Honolulu
  • Hilo
  • Kailua
  • Kāneʻohe
  • Waipahu
  • Pearl City
  • Waimalu
  • Mililani
  • Kahului
  • Kīhei
  • Wahiawā
48h express delivery

Express delivery with DHL chocolate delivery

1/ Order before 2pm.
2/ Your package will be shipped the same day.
3/ Delivery within 48 hours.


When will my chocolate be delivered?

Deliveries are sent to the address you have provided via DHL EXPRESS from Monday until Friday from 8 am to 6 pm.

How much are the delivery charges?

Planète Chocolat offers you secure methods of payment. Our delivery charges for Hawaii are €17,90 including taxes.









Before 2 PM Shipped on the same day Shipped Monday
After 2 PM Shipped the next day Shipped Monday


Is delivery also possible on weekends or public holidays?

Unfortunately no, DHL only delivers from Monday to Friday between 08:00 - 18:00 and does not work during public holidays.


Belgian chocolate in the middle of the Pacific


Honolulu, Hilo, Kailua, Kaunakakai are the most recognized cities of the Hawaiian archipelago. Does one of your friends live on one of the 8 main islands on the archipelago? Are you looking for a gift for the Hawaiian branch at work? Are you celebrating Valentine’s Day with your better half on one it's heavenly islands? To ship quality Belgian chocolates to yourself or to others, place an order with Planete Chocolat, as long as all of the amazing Belgian chocolate will be shared on one of the Hawaiian islands!

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Hawaï, a heavenly archipelago


Initially called the “Island Sandwich,” the Hawaiian archipelago is the last state to have joined the United States in 1959. Furthermore, it is the only state that is located in Oceania, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and to be uniquely made up of islands ; 137 to be exact! It is also the only American state, along with Alaska, to hold two official national languages ; English and Hawaiian - even though Hawaii is on the brink of extinction. Its main islands, which are tourist accessibly are Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, Oahu and the Island of Hawaii - which is nicknamed Big Island. Other territories like the island of Nihau relatively private, inhabited by over 200 Hawaiians who still speak their dialect. Kahoolawe on the hand, is pretty much inhabited. The Hawaiian Islands are truly an ecological paradise - 90% of the wildlife and flora are unknown except for on territory. The diverse forests, waterfalls, beaches and flower fields make Hawaii a truly massive natural reserve.

There are two natural parks in Hawaii: the National Volcano Park of Hawaii and the National Park of Haleakala. The first park has been the designated world heritage site since 1987. It has one of the most active volcanoes in the world ; the Kilauea. Not to mention the tallest volcano in the world ; the Mauna Loa. The Haleakala Park is located on the island of Maui and gets its name from the Haleakala volcano which means ‘House of Sun.’ Several species of plants and animals don’t exist anywhere else other than in this park. How magnificent!

The Island of Oahu, where the capital (Honolulu) is located, is particularly recognized because it is the birthplace of Barack Obama, as well as actress Nicole Kidman. Furthermore, Pearl Harbour Bay is also located on this territory and is known to have hosted the Japanese attack which took place in December 1941. This event marked the United States’ participation in WWII.


Hawaii: The North Pole of cocoa


Hawaii is the only American state that runs cocoa plantations on its territory! It all started in 1850 when German botanist Willian Hillebrand planted the first cocoa trees in Honolulu. In the 1890s, Crick and Hitchcok started to run cocoa plantations on the island of Hilo - which is on the east end of the archipelago. However, any activity having to do with these cocao plantations didn't start up until after WWI. They needed to wait until the 1990s so that the local producers could promote cocoa farming in Hawaii. The re-launch was all thanks to Bob and Pam Cooper's charity work, who are notably true pioneers - since 2000, they've put forward 100% Hawaiian chocolate from their farm in Keauhou.

Located 21 degrees north of the equator, the state of Hawaii is nicknamed "The North Pole of Cocoa". Despite its cool weather, the archipelago has its advantages when it comes to maintaining plantations so that they can survive. If harvesting is not in their favour, researchers at the University of Hawaii estimate that the production of cocoa could reach 3,000 acres, which is a susceptible surface to generate a total revenue of 34 million dollars every year. People are very passionate about cocoa in Hawaii - this is further shown through organisations like the 'Kona Cocoa Association,' who organises the Big Island Chocolate Festival and 'Hawaii Chocolate and Cocoa Association,' who are a group of producers, confectioners and researchers. This, in turn, distributes expertise, seeds and equipment between the organisations.

Would you like to compare the quality of Hawaiian cocoa beans to the cocoa beans strategically and carefully selected by the chocolate experts at Planete Chocolat? Decide what you'd like to order on our online boutique and take advantage of the gift delivery service we offer shipping to Hawaii. You will be able to savour chocolates between surf sessions or simply to offer them as a gift to friends or colleagues at work!


Do my chocolates risk melting during the trip?


Chocolate delivery during summer


In order to guarantee a quality delivery service to Hawaii, we wrap your chocolate in a special isothermal package invented by cooling specialists if temperatures tend to be high. Your chocolate is sensitive to heat and fragile, therefore it is protected from impact and kept at a temperature under 20 degrees until it arrives at its destination. Thus, quality and taste are always guaranteed.