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HAWAII SIGHTSEEING Oahu

$: up to $99 (per person)

$$: $100 - $199 (per person)

$$$: $200 and over (per person)


OAHU (HNL) Tour Name

Duration

Price

Arizona Memorial Excursion

Half-Day $

Lifestyle: culture & history Activity Level: low

Diamond Head Crater Adventure

Half-Day $

Grand Circle Island with Dole Plantation

Full-Day $

Description The Arizona Memorial spans the length of the actual USS Arizona beneath the waves and is dedicated to those who died when their ship was bombed during World War II. Learn about the events of that fateful morning on Dec. 7, 1941 through fascinating presentations and detailed first-hand accounts. Within the museum, visitors can discover incredible mementos from the Arizona and a marble tablet inscribed with the names of the servicemen who sacrificed their lives. **Also available with City Tour and USS Missouri/City Tour combo

Climb the 763-foot summit to the most famous crater on Earth. At the top, gape at incredible 360-degree views of Waikiki and the Pacific Ocean. During a guided nature walk, you’ll learn about the geLifestyle: adventure ology that created the crater, interesting facts about native plants and animals, Hawaiian history, early cattle ranching, and the modern day military use of the “Gibraltar of the Pacific.” The three-hour tour Activity Level: high rewards guests with a Certificate of Achievement.

Lifestyle: culture & history Activity Level: low

Paradise Cove Luau Standard Package

Half-Day $$

Surf School Hawaii - Private 1 Hour Lesson

Half-Day $$

Star Sunset Dinner & Cruise Show

Half-Day $$

Polynesian Cultural Center - Ali’i

Full-Day $$

This all-day tour covers Oahu’s best sightseeing spots. Get a close-up view of a seawater eruption at Hawaii’s version of Old Faithful known as the “Blow Hole.” See famous surfing spots like Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach, and the Banzai Pipeline, and stop at Kualoa Ranch for a scenic tour ride into the Ko’olau Mountain Range. Stop by the Dole Plantation to learn about the history of Hawaii’s pineapple industry, and see several farming homesteads on the return trip to Waikiki.

This popular attraction whisks you to a private 12-acre beach estate for a sensational evening of traditional Hawaiian food, entertainment, and fun. Enjoy a lei greeting and a Mai Tai cocktail before taking part in island games, crafts, and activities. Participate in the Hukilau (a traditional song and dance as Lifestyle: luau the sun melts into the sea) and feast on a bountiful buffet as traditional performers entertain with a memorable display from Hawaii and Polynesia. Activity Level: low **upgrade packages available There’s no better place in the world to catch a wave than Hawaii. Surfing professional Hans Hedemann heads up this well-known surf school that’s designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of the sport and water safety, such as the mechanics of waves and how currents winds and tides Lifestyle: adventure affect surf conditions. The warm tropical waters provide the perfect classroom to nurture introductory surfing skills. Activity Level: high **2 hour sessions, group & semi private options available Savor a delicious 3-course crab and sirloin steak dinner while enjoying the spectacular entertainment. The evening starts with a welcome Mai Tai at the top of the 5-foot high observation deck and the Lifestyle: cruise open-air Constellation Bar. Throughout the night, you’ll be treated to continuous live performances, including the featured show, “My Hawaii - Beyond the Reef,” which is performed on water. All the Activity Level: low while, you’ll be cruising on the luxurious Star of Honolulu yacht.

Lifestyle: culture & history Activity Level: low

Explore six authentic Polynesian villages from Tahiti, Tonga, Fiji, Samoa, New Zealand, and Old Hawaii nestled along the island’s scenic North Shore. Islanders demonstrate the arts and crafts of their native lands, explain traditions passed down from ancestors, and perform a pageant celebrating traditional long canoes. Enjoy a delicious luau dinner buffet while watching “Ha-Breath of Life,” an extravaganza of song and dance showcasing the pride of Polynesia. **Upgrade to Ambassador package


HAWAII SIGHTSEEING Kauai

$: up to $99 (per person)

$$: $100 - $199 (per person)

$$$: $200 and over (per person)


KAUAI (LIH) Tour Name

Duration

Price

Waimea Canyon Excursion

Full-Day $

Lifestyle: nature & wildlife Activity Level: moderate

Smith Tropical Luau

Half-Day $

Na Pali Sunset Sail

Half-Day $$

Backcountry Tubing Adventure

Half-Day $$

Description Enjoy a day filled with lush beauty and learn the legends of Hawaii’s “Garden Isle.” Journey to the majestic Waimea Canyon, which Mark Twain called, “the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” Over 10 miles long and almost 4,000 feet deep, this marvel was formed by erosion and the collapse of the volcano that created Kauai. See the Spouting Horn, the Old Sugar Mill of Koloa, and Coco Palms, which was featured in the famous Elvis Presley movie, Blue Hawaii.

Start an unforgettable island evening with the traditional luau and Imu ceremony – a pig roast in a handmade underground oven made from coals, stones, and layers of leaves. Be treated to the lagoon Lifestyle: luau theater’s “The Golden People of Hawaii” feature, which showcases dance and songs from Tahiti, China, Japan, the Philippines, New Zealand, Samoa and of course, Hawaii. Every moment is memorable Activity Level: low from the awesome fire and knife performances to Asian lion dances.

Sail along the beautiful and rugged 16-mile Na Pali Coast on the island’s northwest side as the late afternoon sun paints the sky pink, orange and yellow. Learn all about ancient Hawaiian history and Lifestyle: romance legends who once inhabited these remote valleys. The captain will point out flying fish, sea turtles, and even dolphins as you travel through calm waters. The music-filled evening is topped off with a Activity Level: low delicious and romantic feast under the stars. **no children under 13

Lifestyle: adventure; nature & wildlife Activity Level: low

Wildlife Refuge Kayak and Hidden Valley Falls Hike

Half-Day $$

Lifestyle: adventure; nature & wildlife Activity Level: high

Kalihiwai Falls Hike

Half-Day $$

Lifestyle: adventure; nature & wildlife Activity Level: high

Backcountry Zipline Adventure

Half-Day $$

Lifestyle: adventure; nature & wildlife Activity Level: high

This unique tubing adventure takes you on an excursion through the Lihue Plantation. Traverse an old sugarcane plantation and enjoy breathtaking vistas and spectacular scenery. Grab a tube, don a headlamp, and jump in for a leisurely cruise floating on a tropical river. At the end of your tubing adventure, you will be guided to an enchanted picnic area, complete with a natural mountain swimming hole, to enjoy a gourmet lunch. The tour is great for travelers of all fitness levels.

Paddle two miles through the Hule’ia National Wildlife Refuge, a habitat for rare and endangered Hawaiian birds and a favorite location for Hollywood filmmakers. (You may even get a chance to take a swing on the same rope Indiana Jones used.) Enter Hidden Valley, a pristine rain-forested valley full of interesting plants, birds, and aquatic life. Rather than paddling back, you’ll board a twin-hulled, motorized Hawaiian canoe for the return trip to the dock.

This tour starts on a private ranch and then ascends to the top of the Pu’u O’Henui volcano with 360-degree views of Kauai’s North Shore. The tour extends down into a lowland rainforest and the five-tier Kalihiwai Falls. Enjoy and explore the 80-foot waterfall and then relax over a delicious picnic lunch. Hiking time is three hours, and hiking distance is approximately four miles across varied terrain. This tour is rated moderately strenuous.

Harness up and zip across valleys and gullies. Soar over streams, and view the most spectacular landscape imaginable! This exclusive three-hour zip experience takes place on private land that has never before been open to the public, and a certified guide will give an historic overview of it as you glide above the forest and transcend down the mountainside sailing along a series of seven ziplines. Afterwards, take a refreshing swim and enjoy a picnic lunch.


Na Pali Snorkel Expedition

Half-Day $$

Lifestyle: snorkeling; nature & wildlife Activity Level: high

Lu’au Kalamaku Tour

Half-Day $$

Kauai Eco Helicopter Adventure

Half-Day $$$

Departing from Kikiaola Harbor, experience breathtaking views of Waimea and the white sand beaches. Cruise past one of Hawaii’s oldest sugar towns and out to Polihale State Park towards the Na Pali Coast’s sea cliffs and hanging valleys. Listen to historical and cultural narration as the captain navigates through sea caves and beneath cascading waterfalls. At Nu’alolo Kai, enjoy hiking, snorkeling, and exploring the archaeological remains of an ancient fishing village.

Luau Kalamaku is an unforgettable experience and a must-see for any visitor to the islands. The cultural journey begins with craft demonstrations and Hawaiian games followed by the traditional Imu Lifestyle: luau Ceremony (a pig roasted in a handmade oven made from coals, rocks and leaves). While enjoying a sumptuous buffet, hula dancers, and musicians delight with an exciting luau show, which tells how Activity Level: low the original Hawaiians made the dangerous journey from Tahiti to Kauai.

Lifestyle: adventure; luxury by air Activity Level: low

The journey begins with a flight to the spectacular Hanapepe Valley and then continues on to Manawaiopuna, also known as “Jurassic Park Falls.” Waimea Canyon, The Na Pali Coast, the Bali Hai Cliffs, and Mount Waiʻaleʻale are all sites on the packed itinerary. Fly in the new American Eurocopter ECOStar with 23% more interior room, business class-style seats, two-way communication with your pilot, and expansive glass windows, perfect for viewing Kauai’s natural beauty.


HAWAII SIGHTSEEING Kona

$: up to $99 (per person)

$$: $100 - $199 (per person)

$$$: $200 and over (per person)


KONA (KOA) Tour Name

Duration

Price

Circle Island/ Volcano Excursion

Full-Day $$

Lifestyle: nature & wildlife Activity Level: low

Mantra Ray Snorkel

Half-Day $$

Lifestyle: snorkeling; nature & wildlife Activity Level: moderate

Luau at King Kamehameha’s

Half-Day $$

Twilight Volcano Adventure

Full-Day $$$

Description This sweeping tour of the Big Island highlights the most popular sightseeing spots. Sit back in air-conditioned comfort, listen to the rich narration, and survey the multitude of marvels Hawaii has to offer. The trip features a visit to Kilauea Volcano where sulfurous steam billowing out from deep fissures recreates a primeval setting. Cruise through Hilo to see fields of orchids. Time permitting, see the Rainbow Falls and the sugar cane fields of the Hamakua.

Board the lovely Hula Kai for an exciting night snorkel adventure with manta rays. Although the winged fish can be observed during daylight hours, they are most active at night when their favorite food, plankton, rise toward the surface. Using dive lights that attract plankton and are safe for the mantas, the guides draw the fish closer to the boat. Manta rays do not have stingers and are completely safe to be around, so enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The Island Breeze Luau is held on the beachfront of historic Kamakahonu Bay and the grounds of Ahu’ena, Kamehameha the Great’s former estate at Kailua-Kona and one of the most important Lifestyle: luau historical sites in Hawaii. Guests are invited to participate in Polynesian demonstrations, meet the performers, and watch the Royal Court procession. A highlight of the evening is the spectacular Activity Level: low Polynesian Revue, comprised of performers from across Polynesia.

Lifestyle: nature & wildlife Activity Level: moderate

Mauna Kea Summit & Stars Adventure

Full-Day $$$

Lifestyle: nature & wildlife Activity Level: high

Journey through the island’s incredible range of ecosystems and climate zones before experiencing an erupting volcano. Arrive at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to explore the summit caldera, steam vents, cinder fields, native rainforests, and actual lava flow. There are also stops at the Jaggar Museum, the Visitor Center, and the Kilauea Iki Crater. As conditions change daily, guides tailor the experience to the current eruptive events.

The summit of the Mauna Kea Volcano is renowned as the world’s greatest astronomical observation site and one of Hawaii’s most sacred cultural sites. Here, learn about the remarkable evolution of the island’s natural world. After dinner at a historic ranch outpost, make your way to the volcano’s top for a sensational sunset. Then, at a lower elevation, an interpretive naturalist will reveal the wonders and world-class clarity of the Hawaiian night skies.


HAWAII SIGHTSEEING Maui

$: up to $99 (per person)

$$: $100 - $199 (per person)

$$$: $200 and over (per person)


MAUI (OGG) Tour Name

Duration

Price

Molokini Morning Snorkel

Half-Day $$

Lifestyle: adventure; snorkel Activity Level: moderate

Hana Adventure

Full-Day $$

Lifestyle: nature & wildlife Activity Level: low

Haleakala Downhill Bike Ride

Full-Day $$

Lifestyle: adventure; nature & wildlife Activity Level: extreme

Old Lahaina Luau

Half-Day $$

Teralani 2 Sunset Dinner Sail

Half-Day $$

Drums of the Pacific Luau

Half-Day $$

East Maui Waterfalls and Rainforest Hike

Full-Day $$

Description Board the Pride of Maui and set sail across the waves to one of the greatest snorkeling spots in the world - Molokini Crater! Swim freely among the Pacific’s rare and unique ocean creatures, and enjoy a light continental breakfast onboard as you watch the open Maui coastline towards Molokini. Spend 1.5 hours snorkeling and swimming with the underwater inhabitants before the ship moves on to nearby Turtle Town for more snorkeling and a hearty barbecue lunch.

The winding road to Hana snakes along miles of open unspoiled coast filled with white sand beaches. Sit back in air-conditioned comfort and behold the lush island landscape spotted with magnificent waterfalls, lush jungles, and fragrant rainforests. A knowledgeable guide will lead the group through lava fields created by Haleakala’s last eruptions and point out native flora and fauna. Marvel at Keanae Village, Waikani Falls, South Wailua Falls, and Oheo Gulch, home of the Seven Sacred Pools. **upgrade to a gold package The world’s longest downhill bicycle cruise starts on the slopes of Haleakala, the largest dormant volcano in the world. The landscape is fascinating from the lava encrusted crater to the lush seaside plantation town of Paia. Travel at a leisurely pace, pedaling past open fields and pastures, and the stunning Maui landscape spotted with colorful flowers and regal trees. Stop for photos as your bike guide shows you the cultural and historical background of the area.

Celebrate Hawaii’s rich island culture in a rustic setting reminiscent of a Hawaiian fishing village. After a fresh flower lei greeting, enjoy craft demonstrations while sipping on your favorite cocktails. A Lifestyle: luau bountiful feast is served beneath thatched structures filled with food, following a traditional Imu presentation (a pork roasted in a hand-dug barbeque pit). Watch outstanding entertainment throughout Activity Level: low the evening, climaxing in a spectacular authentic Hawaiian revue.

With lush green, rainbow crowned mountains to one side and the islands of Molokai and Lanai on the other side, the luxury catamaran Teralani 2 ship sets off to see some of Maui’s most breathtaking Lifestyle: romance and beautiful sights like the gorgeous Kahalawai Mountains. During whale season, it’s not unusual to spot one swimming near the ship. Enjoy your favorite beverage while dining on a scrumptious dinner Activity Level: low buffet capping off your day in spectacular fashion.

Exotic flowers surround you on a journey through all of Polynesia in song and dance. Enjoy a traditional Imu ceremony (an outdoor barbecue made out of leaves and stones) and a mesmerizing fire-knife Lifestyle: luau show. Of course the rhythm of the island is ever present in an amazing drum performance. Fantastic Hawaiian food, drink, and hospitality under a star-filled sky is the closest thing to heaven on Earth. Activity Level: low

Lifestyle: adventure; nature & wildlife Activity Level: high

Hike through the rainforest with some of Maui’s most knowledgeable and personable guides, and if you’re brave of heart, cliff jump into large pools under waterfalls. Pick wild fruit and nuts; enjoy a wide variety of flowers and ornamentals as well as large trees and bamboo. Enjoy a delicious lunch at one of the waterfalls and have an enjoyable excursion on this two-mile trek through the natural environment, perfect for nearly every fitness level.


West Maui Molokai Helicopter

Half-Day $$$

Lifestyle: adventure; romance Activity Level: moderate

Discover the visual wonders of Maui’s west side and the “Friendly Isle” of Molokai. Soar over the scenic Kalaupapa peninsula, physically isolated from the rest of Molokai by fortress-like sea cliffs. Get a close-up look at the waterfalls plunging over 2000 feet into the ocean below. From Molokai, fly into Maui’s interior to see the lush Iao Valley and the scenic vistas of Launiupoko, Olowalu, Ukumehame, and the waterfall known as the “Wall of Tears” in Waihee Valley.

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