Fourteen Days



Islands Visited

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


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

Points of Interest

  • Polynesian Cultural Center
  • Maui Ocean Center
  • Pearl Harbor and other WW2 sites
  • Dole Pineapple Plantation
  • “Grand Canyon of Hawai’i” or Waimea State Park
  • Road to Hana
  • Honaunau National Historical Park
  • Chain of Craters Road
  • Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Island of Oahu

Upon arriving in Honolulu, you will be greeted with a flower lei, and we will take you to your hotel where we have already taken care of everything.  After checking into the hotel, we will head to Laʻie.  Today you get a real treat!  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 and the Fire Knife Dancers of Samoa to the beautiful Hula of Hawaiʻi, relax and dive into the culture, music, and food.  Wander through the park with tropical splendor everywhere and enjoy the adventure of traditional hands-on activities. Dine like royalty at an authentic Polynesian luʻau 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 2: Island of Oahu

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 Iolani Palace and finally finish at the Diamond Head area.

Day 3: Island of Oʻahu

We will start off with an Island tour this involves seeing the North Shore and various sites of the island.  This includes Chinaman’s hat, North Shore, Dole Pineapple plantation. You will also see old World War II sites and some of the most uʻi (beautiful) sites that you’ll ever see.

Day 4:  Island of Kauaʻi

Travel with your guide to the Honolulu airport. You will board a private plane and travel to Kauaʻi.  The plane will circle the island so that you can see one of Hollywood’s favorite places use as a tropical paradise.  You will then go to Kauaʻi. Once arriving in Kauaʻi, we will travel to the hotel and rest for the evening, and eat dinner, which is included.

Day 5: Island of Kauaʻi

Wake up and enjoy a delicious breakfast and drive through one of Hawaiʻi’s most filmed islands.
On this day, you will get to see the famed Manawaiopuna Falls. You will recognize these from Jurassic Park.  You will board a helicopter and fly around the to the falls.  At this point, the helicopter will land, and you can explore and take pictures of the falls in the area.  After this magnificent flight, you will take a tour around the island to the “Grand Canyon of Hawaiʻi” or Waimea State Park.  On this excursion, you will stop in Hanapepe, Hawaiʻi, and visit the home and village that inspired the movie Lilo and Stitch.  We will stop at one of the famous Shrimp Shack of Hawaiʻi and enjoy a picnic lunch.  We will stop as many times as you like for shopping or photo opportunities on our way back to the hotel.

Day 6: Island of Kauaʻi

Oh, the sites are beautiful in luxurious Kauaʻi, and today you can shop, relax or even try that Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride yourself.  Kauaʻi has remarkable hiking trails. Each island has indigenous flora and wildlife not found anywhere else in the world.  Some of the things you see here won’t be found anywhere else.  Let the drivers know what you’re interested in and sit back while they drive you to wherever you want to go. Just ask. We fly to Maui tomorrow morning.

Day 7: Fly to Maui

Arrive on the Island of Maui and spend the day seeing luscious tropical island waterfalls, beaches, and many other sites. Have you ever seen a pineapple grow? (hint: it’s not a tree!)  Maui Pineapple Tours offers the only tour in America of a working pineapple plantation. You can eat lunch here and then see the plantation. The rest of the day is yours for whatever you’d like to do. The SUV will be available if you want to do more sightseeing or if you want to go shopping. Our dedicated tour guides will take you pretty much anywhere you would like to go.  Lunch is provided if you make it to the hotel, but if not, you’re responsible for your own meal.

Day 8:  Road to Hana

Leave early 7 am. Today you will be exploring the beautiful road to Hana. This spectacular road is filled with waterfalls and other picturesque scenery. You will be leaving early so that you can get in as much as possible. With so many things to see and do this is a fun, full-day event. You will be stopping for lunch and on the way back to the hotel for dinner

Day 9: Maui Ocean Center.
Maui Ocean Center, also known as The Aquarium of Hawaiʻi, allows guests to conveniently explore Hawaii’s underwater world without ever getting wet. Named one of the Top 25 Best Aquariums in the U.S. by TripAdvisor, the Aquarium features a variety of Hawaii’s sharks, turtles, stingrays and thousands of vibrant tropical fish. The Aquarium is home to one of the world’s most extensive collection of live Pacific corals, faithfully replicating thriving marine ecosystems in every exhibit. A mix of over 60 indoor-outdoor exhibits allows guests to discover more of Hawaii’s marine life in a single day than would be possible in an entire lifetime of exploration. Venture through the 750,000-gallon Open Ocean Exhibit featuring a 54ft walk-through tunnel, observe Hawaiian green sea turtles from two views, and see some of the oceans most elusive creatures up close.

Day 10: Fly to Big Island

Today is another one of a kind scenic flight to the Big Island of Hawaiʻi. 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 from Hawaiʻi!  The next stop is a sacred heiau (hay-ow) called Pu’ukohola overlooking a beach and a very special bay!  Finally, back to Kailua Kona for a one of a kind submarine ride, called the Kona Undersea Adventure. During this 45-minute ride, you will get to explore the 25-acre natural coral reef and all of the marine life in it!  With depths of 100 feet, you can enjoy the views from air conditioning and true comfort.  After the submarine ride, we have a dinner cruise waiting for you! Enjoy this treat as we set sail for a historical sunset dinner cruise.  This is a 3-hour guided tour where you can journey back in time to when powerful kings ruled the rugged lands of the Hawaiian Islands.  We will retire to the hotel afterward.

Day 11: Big Island South Point 

Today you will journey from the hotel to Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park, otherwise known as the City of Refuge. In 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. Today, you may visit Pu’uhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park, and still feel the spirit of peace and forgiveness that continues to surround and bless this special place. Ka Lae (Hawaiian: the point), also known as South Point, is the southernmost point of the Big Island of Hawaiʻi and of 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.

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 Islands.  Emperor Seamount chain-processes that thrust a 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.  We will spend the day going on hiking trails, driving the Chain of Craters Road, and learning more about the history of the islands.

Day 13: Big Island Hilo, Hawaiʻi

Hilo is a special place because this is where most of our Ohana is.  Hilo is the rainiest city in the United States!  Even though it rains nearly every day, it has beautiful sunny days, too.  Unlike Kona or Honolulu, Hilo’s ecosystem is a rainforest.  The hills and surrounding areas are filled with coconut trees and flowers, 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 the district of Puna and visit the new lava flow! Then we return to the hotel. Hawaiʻi has 4 out of 5 of the major climate zones.  By this time, you have seen 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.