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Island Hopping in Lusciously Beautiful Hawaii
Imagine, it’s November and you are touring the lush islands that make up the Aloha-State. Begin with a three-day adventure in Oahu including tours of Pearl Harbor, Honolulu City tour and a visit to a dormant volcano. Complete your experience with a peak at King Kamehameha’s statue! We’ve provided a full day of leisure to enjoy the beach or pool, shop or take an optional Oahu Circle Island Tour. Sunshine, glorious flowers and a lay back environment make this a very special getaway.
Next hop over to the Big Island and spend time in Hilo and a Black Sand Volcanic Beach – impressive. While here you’ll visit the Kona Coast and savor some authentic Kona Coffee. We offer an optional Whale Watching tour here, or simply take this opportunity to enjoy a full day of leisure – Hawaiian style. Then it’s off to Maui where the site of spectacular waterfalls and lush tropical foliage await.
Maui offers a visit to “The House of the Sun” and a scenic journey taking you from sea level to 10,000 feet and the vast crater of a dormant volcano. The culmination of this Hawaiian Holiday is a deeply cultural Luau featuring authentic food, dancing and music at the close of another leisurely day of relaxation and sun. Say Aloha to the islands with wonder-filled memories. Please read the complete itinerary and plan to spend part of your February playing in the sand and sun – totally relaxed and renewed.
|PRICING DETAILS (Cost Per Person)*||PRICING LAND ONLY*|
|Deposit||$250 per person|
|Travel Insurance||Call for quote|
|Vacation Pace||Moderately Active Pace|
*With air volatility, we can no longer provide an accurate air estimate in our tour packages. We are in the process of updating our site to Land Only prices. We will still book air for you, but you will be charged “actual” air price at time of air purchase. Home pickup in the Indy metro area is still included, outside that area a $50 credit will be given.
Day 0: Possible pre-night, to be determined when flights booked.
Day 1: Arrive Honolulu, Oahu
Arrive in Honolulu and meet your Tour Manager for a warm Aloha Welcome. Transfer to your hotel and check in for your 3-night stay on Oahu, the most populated of the Hawaiian Islands. Join your fellow travelers for a Welcome Dinner this evening. Sheraton Princess Kaiulani, Honolulu, Oahu (D)
Day 2: Honolulu Touring
Today enjoy a Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City Tour. Head first to Pearl Harbor to take a Navy launch out to the USS Arizona Memorial to pay tribute to the fallen heroes who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. Explore the visitor center, view a film and the exhibits before heading off to see the sights of Honolulu. Set in a real dormant volcano, visit Punchbowl Crater to take a drive through the National Cemetery of the Pacific. Later see the State Capitol, the Governor’s Mansion, China Town and view King Kamehameha’s statue before returning to your hotel. Sheraton Princess Kaiulani, Honolulu, Oahu (B)
Day 3: Honolulu at Leisure
Today enjoy a day at leisure in paradise to soak up some sun on the beach or at the pool, do some shopping, play a round of golf or join an optional Oahu Circle Island Tour. Sheraton Princess Kaiulani, Honolulu, Oahu (B)
Day 4: Fly to Hilo / Island Tour
Fly to Hilo on the Island of Hawaii (the Big Island). Ascend the rugged countryside to Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit Volcanoes National Park Visitor Center to learn all about the geology and history of the volcano. Then depart to see the unique Punaluu Black Sand Volcanic Beach. Later journey to the Kona Coast area and check into your resort for a 2-night stay. After settling in, travel to the historic fishing village of Kailua Kona, referred to by the locals as Kona or Kona town. Enjoy dinner in Kona at a popular local restaurant including a choice of a couple of special local brews – a draft from the Kona Brewing Company or an authentic cup of Kona Coffee. Kona Sheraton Resort or Royal Kona Resort (B,D)
Day 5: Big Island at Leisure
Today enjoy a full day at leisure in Kona to relax, get more sun, another round of golf, explore on your own, do some shopping or perhaps join an optional Whale Watching Cruise. Kona Sheraton Resort or Royal Kona Resort (B)
Day 6: Fly to Maui / Lahaina
This morning fly to Maui, known as the “Valley Isle”. Upon arrival travel to the stunning Iao Valley where spectacular waterfalls and lush tropical foliage surround the Iao Needle, a rock formation rising over 2,000 feet from the valley floor. Then stop to explore the small town of Lahaina, the picturesque old whaling capital of the Pacific, which looks much today as it did at the turn of the last century. Then check into your Maui resort for a three-night stay. Enjoy this island paradise with some leisure time. Royal Lahaina, Kaanapali Area (B)
Day 7: Maui Touring
This morning visit majestic Mount Haleakala National Park or “House of the Sun.” Travel to the top of Haleakala, Maui’s massive dormant volcano on this scenic journey from sea level to 10,000 feet. At the summit is a vast crater seven and a half miles long by two and a half miles wide, and 3,000 feet deep. Marvel at the crater’s eerie landscape of cinder cones and ancient lava formations. Royal Lahaina, Kaanapali Area (B)
Day 8: Maui at Leisure / Luau
Relax today in the sun of Maui pool side, maybe visit the spa or spend the day shopping. This evening join your fellow travelers for a Farewell Dinner and say Aloha to the Islands as you enjoy a Hawaiian Luau, a fun filled cultural event featuring traditional food, dancing and music. – Royal Lahaina, Kaanapali Area (B,D)
Day 9: Fly Home
Today fly home filled with wonderful memories of your Hawaii 3 Island Adventure. (B)**
Notes: This tour involves high altitude. Please check with your doctor, if you have any health conditions affected by high altitude.
**Flights home might arrive Day 10 due to overnight flights out of Hawaii.
Notes: Alternate hotels may be used. This tour involves high altitude. Please check with your doctor if you have any health conditions affected by high altitude.