Ten Days



Islands Visited

  • Kaua’i
  • O’ahu
  • Maui
  • Big Island of Hawai’i


  • Helicopter Ride
  • Sightseeing
  • Local Culture, Music and Food
  • Exclusive Access
  • All inclusive transportation, meals, snacks, hotels other luxuries
  • Trained, CPR certified Adventure Guides
  • Ha: Breath of Life Evening Show
  • Atlantis Submarine Journey

Points of Interest

  • Polynesian Cultural Center
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Maui Ocean Center
  • Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau (City Of refuge)
  • Volcanoes National Park
  • Manawaiopuna Falls
  • “Grand Canyon of Hawai’i” or Waimea State Park
  • Dole Pineapple Plantation 

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Island of Kauai

Arrive at the airport of Honolulu where you meet your guide. You’ll embark on a plane to Kauai. Sit next to the window to see one of Hollywood’s favorite tropical paradise. Then we’ll land on Kauai Island. Once we arrive in Kauai, we will travel to the hotel for dinner at night. E nui Hawaiian 

Day 2: Island of Kauai

Wake up and enjoy a delicious breakfast and drive across one of the most filmed islands in Hawaii. You’ll see the famous Manawaiopuna Falls this day. These were Jurassic Park’s now-famous waterfalls. You’ll embark on a helicopter and fly to the falls. You will receive a tour of the Island to the “Grand Canyon of Hawaii” or Waimea State Park after this great flight. You’ll stop in Hanapepe, Hawaii on this excursion and visit Lilo and Stitch House. We’ll stay in one of Hawaii’s famous Shrimp Shack and have a picnic lunch. We will stop on our way back to the hotel as many times as you like for shopping or photo opportunities.  

Day 3: Island of Kauai

Oh, the sites on the luxurious Kauai are beautiful, but today you can shop for yourself, relax or even experience the Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride. Kauai has remarkable walking trails, and remember that the islands have indigenous flora and fauna not found anywhere else in the world. Let the drivers know what you want, Just ask, and they are going to transport you. The morning ahead, Oahu. 

Day 4: Island of Oahu

Board a plane that will take you to Oahu. Oahu is Hawaii’s capital and hub. We will take you to your hotel when you arrive in Honolulu, where everything is taken care of. We’ll go to Laie after checking in at the hotel. At the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC), you will explore all the South Pacific Islands. The PCC has 42 acres of land representing every Island and culture in the South Pacific. From Maori’s Kapa haka and Samoa’s Fire Knife Dancers to Hawaii’s beautiful Hula, relax and immerse yourself in culture, music, and food. Wander through the park and enjoy the adventure of traditional hands-on activities with tropical splendor. Dine at an authentic Polynesian luau and top it off with the Island’s most spectacular evening show, Ha: Breath of Life. Polynesia is all in an exciting place. 

Day 5: Island of Oahu

You can explore some of the sites at Pearl Harbor this day. Visit the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Utah, the USS Missouri and other World War II monuments. We pass the National Memorial Cemetery after leaving here. We’ll visit the Iolani Palace and finally finish in the area of Diamond Head. 

Day 6: Island of Oahu

We will start by an Island tour seeing the North Shore and many other sites of the Island. Chinaman’s hat, North Shore, Dole Pineapple plantation. You will also see old world war II sites and some of the most uʻi sites that you can ever see.

Day 7: Fly to Maui

Arrive on Maui Island and spend your day seeing gorgeous beaches and many other sites on the tropical island waterways. Maui Pineapple Tours offers the only tour of the working pineapple plantation. Here you can eat lunch and see the planting. The rest of the day is yours. The SUV is available if you want to go shopping or more sight-seeing. We have dedicated guided tours that will take you wherever you want to go. 

Day 8: Maui Ocean Center

Maui Ocean Center, also known as the Hawaii Aquarium, allows guests to easily explore the submarine world of Hawaii. The aquarium has a variety of sharks, turtles, stingrays, and thousands of vibrant tropical fish, and is named one of the best 25 Tripadvisor Top 25 Aquarian Aquariums in the US. The Aquarium contains the most extensive collection of live Pacific corals in the world, faithfully replicating flourishing marine ecosystems. With a combination of more than 60 exhibits indoor-outdoor, guests can explore Hawaii’s marine life. 

Enjoy Hawaiian green sea turtles from 2 views and witness some of the most elusive creatures in the oceans from close up, with a 54 ft tunnel that leads through the 750 000-gallon Open Ocean Exhibit. The Maui Ocean Center is devoted to preserving the culture of Hawaii and the relations among the people of Hawaii and the sea. 

Day 9:  Road to Hana

Take the iconic road to Hana Maui. This full-day is exquisite and beautiful. Make sure your camera is ready because these unmatched scenic coastlines are incredible. There is so much to take in – and so many waterfalls to see.

Day 10: Fly to Big Island Hawaii

Today is another kind of scenic flight to Hawaii’s Big Island. We will board the SUV and travel to the hotel after you arrive at Kona airport. Our first stop is Mahukona. Learn how a simple Texas deck hand became a millionaire through the sale of Hawaiian longhorn cattle! The next stop is Pu’ukohola, a sacred heiau with a view of a beach and an extraordinary bay! Finally, return to Kailua Kona to go on your underwater journey. Kona Atlantis is the name of the submarine ride. This is a 45-minute journey underwater in the submarine Atlantis. 

The Nature Coral Reef of 25 acres and the entire marine life in it will be explored! Air conditioning and real comfort are available at a depth of 100 feet. Following the underwater trip, we are waiting for you for dinner and cruise! A different treat as we go for a historical dinner cruise and sunset. When mighty Kings ruled the rough lands of the Hawaiian Islands, you can go back into time. Discover the Kealakekua Bay and monument to Captain Cook for a three-hour guided tour. Let us pick up your imagination and reveal many historical truths concerning the past of Big Island. 

Day 11: Big Island South Point 

Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park Today you will journey from the hotel to Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park otherwise known as the City of Refuge. Old Hawai’i, if you had broken the law, the penalty was death. Perhaps you had entered an area that was reserved for only the chiefs or had eaten forbidden foods. Laws, or kapu, governed every aspect of Hawaiian society. The penalty for breaking these laws was certain death. Your only option for survival is to elude your pursuers and reach the nearest pu’uhonua, or place of refuge.

Ka Lae (Hawaiian: the point), also known as South Point, is the southernmost point of the Big Island of Hawaii and the 50 United States. The Ka Lae area is registered as a National Historic Landmark District under the name South Point Complex. We will also show you a tree planted by Mark Twain; this is on family land so that it will be open to you.

Day 12: Volcano National Park

Today Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park displays the results of at least 70 million years of volcanism, migration, and evolution in the Hawaiian Island-Emperor Seamount chain-processes that would trust bare land from the sea and clothed it with complex and unique ecosystems and a distinct human culture. Created to preserve the natural setting of Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, the park is also a refuge for the Island’s native plants and animals and a link to its human past. 

Day 13: Big Island Hilo, Hawaii

Hilo is the rainiest city in the United States. The hills and everywhere around you are filled with coconut trees, flowers everywhere, and even bamboo. On our excursion in Hilo, we will go to the Pacific Tsunami Museum. We will drive to the airport and take a helicopter tour over the Island and the active volcano. From here we will take about an hour ride to Puna and visit the new lava flow! Then we return to the hotel. Remember that the Island Hawaii has 4 out of 5 of the major climate zones. By this time, you will see every one of them!

Day 14: Depart

Mahalo He He kaumaha lā mākou pono olelo ALOHA (This is a sad day we must say ALOHA) return to Oahu and depart back to Mainland