Hawaii Four Island Tour

Oct 15 - 25, 2020: 12 days, 11 nights

$6,195* per person, double occupancy

History, culture and incredible natural beauty – four of Hawaii's most dazzling islands are revealed, in a 12-day adventure that ranges from iconic Honolulu to the natural wonders of Kauai. Enjoy insider moments like discovering a lush tropical paradise at Fern Grotto, listening to the rush of waterfalls and soaking up the sounds of nature around you. Then, meet the local people, getting to know them before watching a performance of traditional songs and hula dancing, followed by an al fresco lunch of authentic dishes, shared together with lunch at a waterfront restaurant overlooking the Wailua River.

- 10 nights lodging

- 12 meals: 10 breakfast meals, 4 dinners, 2 with entertainment

Day 1: Your westbound flight over the Pacific Ocean brings you to Honolulu, Hawaii. Upon arrival, you are warmly welcomed with a fragrant fresh flower lei. Your Tour Manager will be available at the hotel to offer dining suggestions.

Day 2: Today you’ll be introduced to the city of Honolulu, a cosmopolitan locale, blended superbly with tropical ambiance. Honolulu is also home to one of the world’s best beaches, Waikiki Beach. Begin with a visit to Punchbowl National Cemetery, the impressive Iolani Palace and the King Kamehameha Statue. This evening, enjoy the festive Magic of Polynesia Dinner Show that includes incomparable illusions and some dazzling pyrotechnics. In addition, a troupe of entertainers will bring a taste of Polynesia through song and dance.

Day 3: Today is yours to explore Honolulu at your leisure. Visit more historic sites or find a cozy spot to relax on Waikiki Beach. You may wish to arrange a visit to Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial. Tickets for this popular historic site may be requested through the National Park Service sixty days before your trip by calling 877-444-6777 or visiting www.recreation.gov.

Day 4: Today, fly to Kauai, “The Garden Isle.” The island encompasses roughly 550 square miles and is the oldest and most northerly of the Hawaiian Islands. Enjoy a relaxing scenic cruise on the Wailua River to visit the Fern Grotto, before continuing to the hotel. This evening, enjoy a traditional luau complete with authentic food, music and dancing of the Hawaiian people.

Day 5: At ten miles long and more than 3,500 feet deep, Waimea Canyon was described by Mark Twain as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” Beyond its incredible grandeur, the ever-changing colors that dance along its peaks make this sight truly unforgettable. The late afternoon and evening are yours to enjoy the amenities of the hotel.

Day 6: A morning flight takes you to “The Big Island” of Hawaii. Kona’s diverse characteristics include a beautiful stretch of bays and resorts along with the fishing village of Kailua-Kona. Tropical rainforests and local plantations of macadamia nuts, papayas and bananas offer tasteful treats. 

Day 7: Today, drive to Volcanoes National Park, the Big Island’s most popular attraction. Encounter the earth’s most primal forces, see the active volcano spewing plumes of steam into the atmosphere and look for molten rock from ongoing lava flows (subject to National Park Service Safety Advisories).

Day 8: This morning, fly to the island of Maui, “The Valley Isle,” where natural wonders will set your spirit free. En-route to the hotel, you’ll visit lush Iao Valley where the famed “Battle of Kepaniwai” took place in 1790, now an enchanting and tranquil State Park.

Day 9: Today is yours to explore on your own or you may choose an optional excursion to Haleakala. Haleakala National Park encompasses more than 27,000 acres of the mountain of Haleakala, a massive volcano that is at the heart of Maui’s torso. The seven-mile-long crater is actually a valley created by erosion of wind and rain and home to the famous but endangered silver sword plant. The Observation Center located here provides a birds-eye view of the enormous crater and the surrounding area.

Day 10: Today is yours to do as you please. The hotel location allows easy access by shuttle to the historic town of Lahaina offering a wide variety of boutiques and cafes along the famous Front Street. This evening, enjoy a farewell dinner with your traveling companions.

Day 11 – 12: After a morning free, your Tour Manager will arrange a transfer to the airport. Fly through the night and return home early in the morning with memories of Hawaii’s superb culture and beauty.

$400 due upon signing

*Price per Person, based on double occupancy. Add $1,899 for single occupancy.

For more information & reservations, contact:

(785) 749-0711 in Lawrence
(800) 382-6700 Outside of Lawrence

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