Big Island of Hawai’i
- Shipwreck Ruins Snorkeling
- Local Culture, Music and Food
- Ha: Breath of Life Evening Show
- Helicopter Ride
- Dinner Cruise
- All inclusive transportation, meals, snacks, other luxuries
- Trained, CPR certified Adventure Guides
Points of Interest
- Mount Kilauea
- Black Sand Beaches
- Green Sand Beaches
- Polynesian Cultural Center
- Pearl Harbor Sites
- National Memorial Cemetery
- Kaneohe Bay
- Pu’ukohola Heiau
- Volcanoes National Park
Day 1: Island of O’ahu
Arrive at Honolulu, O’ahu airport where you will meet your guide. We will travel to the hotel and rest for the evening and have dinner. E Kau Nui Hawaiian hoike ia hoʻomaka. (Our great Hawaiian adventure begins.)
Day 2: Island of Oʻahu
Today you will be exploring all the South Pacific Islands at the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC). The PCC boasts 42 acres that contain a village representing every island and every culture in the South Pacific. From the Kapa haka of Maori to the Fire Knife Dancers of Samoa and the beautiful Hula of Hawaiʻi.
Relax and dive into the culture, music, and food. Wander through the park and enjoy traditional hands-on activities. Dine like royalty at an authentic Polynesian lūʻau and top it off with the most spectacular evening show in the islands, Ha: Breath of Life. All of Polynesia is in one exciting place.
Day 3: Free Day At The Beaches On the North Shore Of Oahu
Day 4: Island of Oʻahu
On this day, you can explore some of the Pearl Harbor sites. Visit the USS Arizona Memorial as well as the USS Utah, USS Missouri and others from World War II. After leaving here, we are off to the National Memorial Cemetery. Finally, we will visit the Lolani Palace and finally finish at the Diamond Head area.
Day 5: Sightseeing Kaneohe Bay Side
Day 6: Fly to Big Island Hawaiʻi
Today is another one-of-a-kind scenic flight to the Big Island of Hawaii. After you arrive at Kona airport, we will board the SUV and travel to the hotel. Our first adventure begins in Mahukona. Learn how a simple deckhand from Texas became a millionaire by selling longhorn cattle. Next stop is a sacred heiau called Puʻukohola overlooking a beach and an extraordinary bay.
Day 7: Volcano National Park.
Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park is the result of at least 70 million years of volcanic eruptions, migration, and evolution in the Hawaiian Islands. 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. After we finish in Volcano National Park, we will transport you back to your hotel to gather your belongings and drop you off at the airport.