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  • 1. Hawaii has a dry season (April to October) and a rainy season (November to March.) In recent years, however, even the rainy season has been relatively dry as many parts of Hawaii have been suffering drought conditions. The summer months can be hot and humid, especially in Honolulu and Waikiki. Hurricanes are rare but the hurricane season is from June to November. Fortunately, the last major hurricane to hit Hawaii was Hurricane Iniki, which severely damaged Kauai in September 1992.
  • 2. Sometimes called “The Gathering Place,” Oahu certainly lives up to its name. The third largest Hawaiian island is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population, a fusion of east and west cultures rooted in the values and traditions of the Native Hawaiian people. It’s this fundamental contrast between the ancient and the modern that makes discovering Oahu so enjoyable. The clear blue waters of Kailua Beach meet the metropolitan cityscapes of Honolulu. The historic architecture of Iolani Palace meets the timeless memorials of Pearl Harbor. The big city of Waikiki meets the small town of Haleiwa on the North Shore. Whether you’re hiking atop iconic Leahi (Diamond Head), enjoying some of Hawaii’s best shopping, or simply unwinding on the sands of the island’s beautiful beaches, you’ll find variety at every turn on Oahu.
  • 3. Oahu is generally drier on the Leeward Coast (west) and wetter and greener on the Windward Coast (east). The resort area of Waikiki and the surfing mecca of the North Shore offer pleasant weather year round. Big wave surf season on the North Shore begins in November and ends in February. World-class surfing competitions also happen here between November and December. During the summer, the big waves of the North Shore subside for ideal beach going conditions. There are generally two seasons on Oahu. Winter (November through April), when temperatures typically range in the low-70s to mid-80s, and summer when the high can run into the low-90s. Average air temperature ranges from 74 degrees F (23 degrees C) to 88 degrees F (31 degrees C) with moderate humidity of 53% during the day. Gentle trade winds keep even the warmest months comfortable, so any time of year is a good time to visit Oahu.
  • 4. Home to the State Capitol, Honolulu is the vibrant epicenter of Hawaii. Here you’ll find everything from historic landmarks and treasured monuments to world-class shopping and a flourishing arts and culture scene. Home to the majority of Oahu’s population, the sprawling city of Honolulu spreads throughout the southeastern shores of Oahu, from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, encompassing world famous Waikiki. Honolulu has it all. This is the home of some of Hawaii’s most historic places from Iolani Palace, the Kawaiahao Church, the Mission Houses and the treasured artifacts of the Bishop Museum to iconic landmarks like the Aloha Tower, the King Kamehameha I Statue, the Duke Kahanamoku Statue and the historic Hawaii Theatre. Honolulu is also Hawaii’s hot spot for arts, culture and entertainment. From the nightlife, live music and fine dining of Waikiki to the art galleries and underground bars of the Chinatown arts district. Whether you’re looking for Hawaii’s finest museums, or Hawaii’s finest Hawaii Regional Cuisine chefs, the best resorts, festivals, and events, or just some fun things to do, you’ll find it all in Honolulu.
  • 5. Alii Kai Sunset Dinner Sail Come sail away into a golden Hawaiian sunset on the world's largest Polynesian catamaran - the Ali’i Kai. Fully equipped to make your ocean journey enjoyable, the Alii Kai is the ultimate island experience. Bask in the romantic Hawaiian twilight with a breathtaking panorama of the dancing lights of Waikiki. The rhythm of the islands comes alive with the jammin' entertainment by the live band, dancers and crew. Breathe in the cool evening air atop the Alii Kai's large deck as tropic breezes propel you across the waves. Relish the delectable buffet- style dinner on-board and relax with one cocktail or beverage of your choice.
  • 6. Arizona Memorial Uss Missouri & City Tour Celebrate the honor, valor and courage of the U.S. Servicemen who served during World War II on this special Stars and Stripes tour. It's a nostalgic journey to the two historic places that marked the beginning and end of the war for the United States - Pearl Harbor and the USS Missouri. At the site of Pearl Harbor, you'll view the Arizona Memorial where the remains of the USS Arizona lay silent beneath the waves. The events of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor are unfolded through detailed narrations and photos. While at Pearl Harbor, you'll travel across the Ford Island Bridge to the historic USS Missouri battleship, otherwise known as the "Mighty Mo." It was on the decks of this celebrated warship that the Japanese surrender ceremony took place, signaling the end of their involvement in World War II. Explore the passages, rooms and corridors on a special guided tour. From Pearl Harbor, you'll take a drive through metropolitan Honolulu and up to the Punchbowl Crater for a drive through the National Cemetery of the Pacific. After enjoying the serenity and spectacular view atop Punchbowl, you'll wind through Downtown Honolulu for a cruise through its many highlights.
  • 7. Diamond Head Crater Adventure Brave the heights of Diamond Head, Waikiki�s world famous landmark. Your exploration begins when you arrive at the ancient crater floor of Mount Leahi, the Hawaiian name for this natural wonder. A guide will assist you in explaining the fascinating early history, geology, archaeology and mythology of Diamond Head as you ascend the winding trail to the summit. You will be rewarded as you reach its peak with an incredible panoramic view of Waikiki, the emerald green Koolau Mountains, and the sparkling blue Pacific far below. It’s the perfect way to greet the morning of another day in the beautiful Hawaiian Islands.
  • 8. Dolphin Swim Adventure For anyone curious about the fascinating world of dolphins, Sea Life Park Hawaii offers you a hands-on view with the all-new Dolphin Adventures Program! Not only will you interact with these lovable creatures, you’ll get an overview of their anatomy, physiology and training, as well as current marine conservation efforts. Perfect for those 8 years and older, this 45-minute session includes a 20-25 minute interaction period in shallow waters where you and other guests will be guided through your friendly dolphin encounter. You’ll have the opportunity to employ a variety of positive reinforcements, including fish! Bring your bathing suit and a towel and be prepared to view the dolphins in deeper waters using "dive masks." Special souvenir photos with the dolphins are available for purchase for you to share with friends back home.
  • 9. Grand Circle Island W/Dole Plant Get to know Hawaii from the inside out with an all-day tour that circles the entire island, covering 120 miles of Oahu’s best sightseeing spots. For a close-up view of a seawater eruption, you’ll visit Hawaii’s own Old Faithful known as the "Blow Hole", where you’ll witness oceanside water play at full-force. Besides Sandy Beach - a favorite for body surfers, you'll venture to the most celebrated surfing zones in the world along the North Shore - Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach and the spectacular Banzai Pipeline. You’ll stop at Kualoa Ranch for a scenic tour ride into the Koolau Mountains overlooking Chinaman’s Hat and Kaneohe Bay. At Dole Plantation you will learn about the history of Hawaii’s pineapple industry and stroll through the Plantation Gardens. In colorful contrast to the brilliant blue of the crystalline waters, you’ll also find emerald oceans of shimmering pineapple and sugar cane fields waving gently in the breeze. Take a glimpse into the Hawaii of long ago as you pass remnants of old homesteads on your return to Waikiki. Be sure to bring your camera to record the marvels that gave Hawai'i its name and reputation as Paradise.
  • 10. One Hour Seaplane Sightseeing Tour On arrival at our floating office you will be welcomed and briefed on a map of the flight and the sights you will see. After you take-off from the water we will climb out alongside Honolulu Harbor and Aloha tower, then pass offshore of Waikiki Beach followed by a look down into Diamond Head Crater, the prestigious Kahala area, Koko Head Crater, Hanauma Bay, Sea Life Park, Kaneohe Bay and return through Pali Pass and a circuit over the Arizona Memorial. We will continue over sparkling Kaneohe Bay and along the Windward Coast of O'ahu and show you Chinaman's Hat, the movie site of "Jurassic Park"" and "Godzilla," Kahana Bay, the Polynesian Cultural Center, the Mormon Temple, BYU Hawaii Campus, the old Kahuku Sugar Mill, the Windmill Farm and the Turtle Bay Hilton Hotel. View the world famous surfing areas of Sunset Beach, the Banzi Pipeline, Waima Bay and Haleiwa as well as the cascading Waimea water falls from up above. Then we will proceed southbound over awesome pineapple fields and the remains of the old sugar cane fields, past Schofield Barracks, Wheeler Army Air Field and finally Pearl Harbor, the Arizona Memorial, the Battleship ""Missouri"" and Hickam Air Force Base before touching down at Keehi Lagoon for a picture perfect landing. With an island totally surrounded by water... nothing could be more fitting than a tour by air in a seaplane. You will have a fabulous overview of the island and its tropical scenery - even whales in season. This is a breathtaking way to see Oahu's beautiful scenery and attractions.
  • 11. 4.5 Star Resort Woven amidst lush tropical gardens, flowing waterfalls and sparkling pools, this premiere Hawaiian resort provides the perfect vacation setting for families, spa enthusiasts, honeymooners and couples looking to tie the knot. Throughout the resort unparalleled services and amenities ensure complete comfort with daily activities like snorkeling, surfing and beach toy rentals; nightly poolside entertainment; the King’s Jubilee and Fireworks Show every Friday night; a supervised kids activities club; an extensive selection of shops and boutiques; a romantic Wedding Chapel; pampering spa services and over 15 restaurants and lounges.
  • 12. Paradise Pool – A 5,000-square-foot family activity pool that boasts the longest slide in Waikiki and overlooks the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon. Super Pool – 10,000 square foot beachfront pool located between the Rainbow Tower and Ali'i Tower, adjacent to the Hau Tree Bar, Keiki Pool –A tiered pool off the Super Pool, providing a shallow swimming pool for our younger guests. Tapa Pool – A tropical pool located between the Tapa Tower and Diamond Head Tower. Kalia Tower Pool – Located on the fourth floor, this dramatic infinity pool, displays a mosaic-tiled maile lei intertwined with ilima and pikake flowers. Ali'i Tower Pool – A private sanctuary with sun-deck and whirlpool, exclusively for the guests of Ali'i Tower. Enjoy Hilton Hawaiian Village’s exceptional location adjacent to Duke Kahanamoku Beach - named the #2 beach in America for 2013 in internationally-renowned coastal ecologist Dr. Stephen Leatherman (Dr Beach)’s annual list. Enjoy an array of fun-filled family activities at Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon, a spectacular five-acre salt-water lagoon featuring a state-of-the-art water circulation system.
  • 13. Start the day with an Aerobics, Yoga or Tai Chi session on the Village Green, or incorporate Polynesian elements with an energetic Hula Aerobics workout. Master the art of Lei Making, or create Haku Lei Wristlets with instruction from Island experts in the Paradise Lounge. Learn about Hawaiian Hula with lessons in the Village Green. Take Tahitian Lessons in the Tapa Bar, or impress your friends and family with a Ukulele Lesson in the Paradise Lounge. Marvel at the sight of silent Polynesian warriors emerging from the darkness at sunset, flame in hand, on their nightly ceremonial torch-lighting procession. For an additional fee Enjoy an traditional Hawaiian Luau Poolside fireworks show Stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, surf lessons Live music events Shopping Spa
  • 14. Dine at one of the numerous on site restaurants and cafes from Starbucks to steak, pizza, Italian or Dairy Queen and much more. Choose from four bars including a pool bar and a lounge with live music
  • 15. Ali'i Tower Oceanfront Room Spectacular views straight out towards the Pacific Ocean and Waikiki Beach Balcony Access to Ali'i Tower Pool, sun terrace and whirlpool with enhanced pool services Entry to Fitness Center with massage treatment rooms Access to Ocean View Terrace serving your favorite cocktails and other beverages daily Complimentary hors d’oeuvres at Ocean View Terrace Friday and Saturday evenings 6 Nights $6,475
  • 16. A Daily Resort Charge of $30 (plus tax) is assessed per room, per night (valued at $129). Please note that our Daily Resort Charge is assessed at check-in. The following items are included our Daily Resort Charge: • WiFi and wired Internet access in your room • PlayStation® 3 access with unlimited movies and games (DVD Now card given to you at check-in can only be used in your specified tower. One movie/game can be removed at a time.) • Local, toll-free, and credit card calls (No access fee) • Hawaiian Cultural Activities • Resort Audio Tour (Available at the Main Lobby Guest Welcome Center, Tapa Tower Tours & Activities Desk and Rainbow Tower Concierge. You must present your DVD Now card to receive an Audio Tour.) • Dive-in Movies on Wednesdays and Saturdays at sundown (See Dive-in Movie titles and location on your in-room television channel #5.) • Outdoor Morning Exercise Classes. Present your DVD Now Card. • One personalized photo postcard per stay from Xerox Business Services.
  • 17. Why Book Ali'i Tower Rooms & Suites? Premier beachfront location Stunning views of the Pacific Ocean Exclusive Check-In Desk in the Ali'i Tower Exclusive concierge services Second floor terrace overlooking the beach and ocean with these exclusive benefits: Access to Ali'i Tower Pool, sun terrace and whirlpool with enhanced pool services Entry to Fitness Center with massage treatment rooms Access to Ocean View Terrace serving your favorite cocktails and other beverages daily Complimentary hors d’oeuvres at Ocean View Terrace Friday and Saturday evenings
  • 18. Ali’I Tower Resort View Special Complimentary upgrade to Ali’I Tower Ocean View No resort fees! Ali’I Tower Ocean View Room description - 540 sq. ft. room with an outdoor balcony/lanai and comfortable seating where you can enjoy beautiful ocean views. They also feature modern interior features and Hilton's luxury Serenity Dream Bed & Bath collection.
  • 19. Prices show are quotes only and subject to change at any time without notice. To secure the price show a deposit must be made. Quote includes flight, hotel and round-trip transportation between airport and hotel for two Travel protection is not included but highly recommended. Flights used for quote: 9/21 Depart IAH 8:00 am, 1hour layover in Phoenix, arrive Kauai 2:19 pm 9/26 Depart Kauai 9:50 pm ,55 minute layover in LA, arrive IAH 12:00 pm 9/27
  • 20. Kauai is Hawaii’s fourth largest island and is sometimes called the “Garden Isle,” which is an entirely accurate description. The oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain is draped in emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and jagged cliffs, aged by time and the elements. Centuries of growth have formed tropical rainforests, forking rivers and cascading waterfalls. Some parts of Kauai are only accessible by sea or air, revealing views beyond your imagination. Occupying 552 square miles, Kauai is circular in shape with lush, mountainous regions in its center and beaches covering almost half its shoreline. Kauai’s age makes it one of the most scenic islands in Hawaii from the 3,000-foot elevations of Waimea Canyon to the waterfalls and deep gorges of 5,148-foot Mount Waialeale in the uninhabited center of Kauai, which you can only view by air.
  • 21. Lihue is the government and commercial center of the island as well as a cultural and historical area. This may be the most traveled town on Kauai since its home to Kauai’s main airport (the Lihue Airport) and Nawiliwili Harbor, the island's major commercial shipping center and cruise ship port. Lihue has a variety of beaches and natural wonders to explore. Kalapaki Beach is the home of the Marriott Kauai's Beach Club and the Kauai Lagoons Golf Club. Bodysurfing, windsurfing and swimming make Kalapaki a popular destination. Ninini Beach is home to an automated lighthouse, operating since 1897. And just north of Lihue, don’t forget to stop at the Wailua Falls lookout for an amazing waterfall view. The Lihue area also has numerous historical spots including Alekoko (Menehune Fishpond), a roughly 1000-year old aquaculture reservoir; Kilohana, a historic plantation estate; and both the historic Kauai Museum and Grove Farm Homestead Museum. Lihue is your gateway to adventure on Kauai.
  • 22. Kauai's East Side is sometimes referred to as the Coconut Coast for the groves of coconut palms that grow in its resort areas. The most populated district on the island, about 16,000 of the island's 62,000 residents reside in the Wailua/Kapaa area. Amongst the clusters of coconut trees you’ll find historic places, amazing beaches and memorable attractions. In Wailua, you’ll find a variety of sightseeing opportunities and outdoor activities. Kayak the Wailua River in Wailua River State Park, take a boat ride to the Fern Grotto, or take photos at Opaekaa Falls. Don’t forget to try and spot the Sleeping Giant in the Nounou Mountains or take a hike up this scenic ridge. Sacred places like Polihau Heiau, the large lava-rock temple of Kauai’s last king, Kaumualii, can also be found on the East Side. And be sure to visit Kapaa Town to discover fine Hawaiian craft pieces, aloha-print shirts, jewelry and art. But the golden beaches of the Coconut Coast may be the area’s biggest draw. Unwind at Anahola Beach Park, whale watch at Donkey Beach or watch the surfers at Kealia Beach to the north. Lydgate Beach Park in Wailua has two lava rock enclosed ocean pools that are perfect places for families and first-time snorkelers. Fun in the sun awaits you on the Coconut Coast.
  • 23. The sunny South Shore of Kauai is home to historic Old Koloa Town and the resort area of Poipu. This is an area of activity and historic attractions. Whether you’re playing on a championship golf course or exploring the Koloa Heritage Trail to learn more about Kauai’s history, there’s something for everyone on the South Shore. A good place to start is spending the day at Poipu Beach Park, which was once named one of America’s best beaches. Nearby Spouting Horn features a blowhole that releases a spout of water up to 20 feet or more into the air. See why Kauai is nicknamed “The Garden Isle” at two National Tropical Botanical Gardens: McBryde Garden, featuring 259-acres of gardens and world’s largest collection of Hawaiian plants, and Allerton Garden, an 80- acre gem with sophisticated garden design and the giant Moreton Figs made famous in the film “Jurassic Park.” You’ll even find the Kauai Coffee farm tour just a few miles west of Poipu. Discover a variety of activities and attractions on Kauai’s South Shore.
  • 24. Kauai's dramatic North Shore is an enchanting setting full of rugged mountains, lush taro fields, heavenly beaches and spectacular sea cliffs. You’ll be amazed at how much beauty can be found in just one area of Kauai. Begin your journey on the island’s northernmost point. Historic Kilauea Lighthouse is a wildlife sanctuary and a scenic spot for whale watching. Visit lovely Hanalei Town, home to stretches of green taro fields alongside colorful shops, galleries and restaurants. You’ll also find some of Kauai’s best beaches here including Lumahai Beach, the setting for the film “South Pacific,” and Kee Beach, ideal for sunbathing. You can also learn about native plants and see scenic ocean views at Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens or at the 17-acre Limahuli Gardens, part of the National Tropical Botanical Garden. But the most stunning feature of Kauai's North Shore is the magnificent Napali Coast. This 17-mile stretch of coastline is lined with cliffs up to 3,000-foot tall, accented with lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls and sea caves. Inaccessible by car, you can hike or take an air or boat tour to view this breathtaking natural wonder. The North Shore is also home to the upscale resort area of Princeville where you can indulge in world-class hospitality and play at some of Kauai’s premier golf courses. You can also find other accommodations here ranging from historic bed and breakfasts to rental homes allowing everyone the opportunity to experience the beauty of Kauai’s North Shore.
  • 25. Go west and get off the beaten path on Kauai. The West Side is home to a few of Kauai’s most historic places and scenic wonders, the most famous of which is the breathtaking Waimea Canyon, the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” But there is even more to explore. Head north beyond the gorges and cliffs of Waimea Canyon and visit Kokee State Park where you’ll find yet another amazing view from the Kalalau Lookout. The two small towns of Waimea and Hanapepe also grace the West Side. In 1778, Captain Cook first landed in the Hawaiian Islands here at Waimea Bay. Today, a statue of Cook stands in Waimea Town commemorating this event. Hanapepe is the art capital of Kauai with galleries, shops and eateries lining small town Hanapepe Road.
  • 26. 5 Star Resort Located on the Northshore Situated on Hawaii’s breathtaking Hanalei Bay, this exclusive island getaway appeals to luxury travelers, golf enthusiasts and honeymooners seeking tropical romance and fun. Elegantly- appointed, it offers spacious guestrooms and suites, world-class golf, horse back riding along wind swept cliffs and uncompromising service. A dazzling blend of authentic Hawaiian hospitality and modern amenities, this luxury resort offers distinctive service amidst unforgettable refinement.
  • 27. Unwind in true resort style at the spectacular 5,000 square foot outdoor infinity swimming pool overlooking sparkling Hanalei Bay. Private cabanas may be reserved for the ultimate in poolside or beach-side luxury. St. Regis guests can expect the same award winning food and beverage offers as they receive else where in the resort. Enjoy island fresh cuisine and sophisticated tropical libations at Nalu Kai Grill & Bar. Private Cabanas are also available for daily rental. Pool and Beach service is provide along with complimentary passed fruit spears. What makes the St. Regis pool so special is the seamless experience with ocean. The stunning, soft sand beach fronting the incredible waters of Hanalei Bay. Protected by the Anini reef, the waters of the St. Regis remain calm and sheltered year round. These waters provideguests with amazing snorkeling opportunities without leaving the resort. 10,000 square foot spa with 12 treatment rooms. Ocean and poolside services available.
  • 28. Dining Facilities: Makana Terrace - Pacific Rim cusine open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dress code is casual. Nalu Kai Grill - Outdoor, poolside location serving light fare cusine and cocktails. Kauai Grill - Signature fine dining open for dinner only. Dress code is resort casual and reservations are recommended. Napali Cafe - Intimate cocktail lounge offering club-style service and live entertainment. Open Mondays and Thursdays only. Room Service – Yes, 24 hours Cocktail Lounges or Bars: The St. Regis Bar - A captivating atmosphere to gather for beverages and socializing. Entertainment: Live entertainment at the Napali Cafe Monday and Thursday nights.
  • 29. Mountain or Garden View Mountain/Garden Rooms provide luxurious comfort in a tropical garden setting. Each room features a contemporary Hawaiian décor with modern refinements. Rooms feature either one king-size or two queen beds adorned with embroidered bed linens, sumptuous custom furnishings and an elegant marble bathroom with an oversized tub and double vanity. Rooms include a unique transparent glass reveal electronically controlled for views or privacy. Rooms are located on floors 2-7 and 9. (Approximately 540 square feet)
  • 30. Includes daily complimentary breakfast buffet for two Complimentary Honeymoon amenities: Bottle of champagne Complimentary room upgrade (based on availability)
  • 31. United Airlines April 5th Depart IAH 9:45 am arrive Honolulu 12:58 pm April 9 Depart Honolulu 1:35 pm arrive Kauai 2:22 pm April 14 Depart Kauai 4:52 pm, 2 hour layover in Honolulu, arrive IAH April 15 8:01 am There are no direct flights from Kauai to Houston All return flight are overnight
  • 32. Package Inclusions: Lei greeting at airport Roundtrip transportation between airport and hotel in Honolulu 4 nights at Hilton Hawaiian Village 5 Nights at St. Regis Princeville Rental car in Kauai-compact car Honeymoon inclusions as stated Total: $7,626 Deposit $2,671, final payment due March 1st
  • 33. Stroll through Smith's Tropical Gardens with over one mile of meandering pathways surrounded by tropical splendor. Enjoy lagoons teeming with fish, exotic peacocks and view over 20 types of fruit in the orchard. Lu'au festivities start with an Imu Ceremony - the unearthing of the traditional Kalua pig, cooked to perfection in an underground oven. Enjoy a scrumptious dinner and thirst-quenching cocktails while you witness Kauai's most spectacular pageant at a torch lit lagoon amphitheater. The International Pageant depicts dances and songs from Tahiti, Hawaii, China, Japan, the Philippines, New Zealand and Samoa. The Smith Family Garden Luau has been named as "Best of Kauai" for six years in a row by readers of The Garden Island newspaper, Kauai's daily newspaper. A great way to experience the true flavor of Hawaii, guests experience delicious cuisine as well as a dynamic Polynesian revue set within an exceptional garden setting.
  • 34. Your Kauai snorkeling trip aboard a 65 foot (20 meter) motor-powered catamaran begins with a continental breakfast while you head north-west along the Napali Coast. Experience the majestic Na Pali Coast, Kauai, on the custom built catamaran "Lucky Lady". Snorkel, sailing (conditions permitting), view towering sea cliffs, waterfalls, sea caves, pristine beaches and remote wilderness coastline. Captains narrate Hawaiian history & legends. Encounter Spinner Dolphins, turtles and let's go find some Humpback Whales when in season (Dec.-Apr.). Your helpful crew will provide all the assistance and instruction you need, to help you simply relax, float and watch the comings and goings of the magical aquatic world. After your Kauai snorkeling adventure, you'll enjoy a gourmet deli-style buffet lunch. Choose from a variety of deli meats, cheeses, veggies and breads to make your own sandwich. Also included are potato salad, pasta and fresh fruits. Assorted soft drinks are served throughout the tour, and beer and wine are served after snorkeling. Certified for 65 passengers, only 49 are carried daily. The catamaran has a full service galley and bar, two large marine lavatories, fresh water showers and a large cabin. Outside there are two oversized trampolines and seating in the front and back of the vessel.
  • 35. This circle island flight features many famous areas that have made the "Garden Island" a favorite for Hollywood filmmakers with over 75 film productions made on the island to date. Our professional pilots will take time to share with you the grandeur of Kauai that attracts visitors from all around the world. Your flight will take you into the 10-1/2 mile long Waimea Canyon, dubbed the Grand Canyon of the Pacific by Mark Twain. The legendary Na Pali Coast, with its dramatic cliffs chiseled by time to a razors edge beckoning, spellbinding, no matter how many times you see it. This is the home of the legendary Bali Hai as seen in the 20th Century Fox movie, South Pacific and yes, it is calling you. See Kauai with its green verdant valleys and numerous secluded beaches - gaze at the breath-taking waterfalls that plummet over 2,000 feet to the ground from Mt. Waialeale Crater, known as the wettest spot on earth with an overage of 460 inches of rain yearly. See Wailua Falls (twin falls) made famous in the opening scenes of Fantasy Island and much more. This flight will create memories of a lifetime.
  • 36. The Kayak journey will lead you through a sacred valley once reserved only for the Ali'i (Royalty). Your local guide will take you back to ancient times with an informative narration, sharing with you the rich Hawaiian history and legends of our ancestors. You will paddle up the river's North Fork on a guided Wailua Kayak adventure and disembark for a hike through a tropical rainforest. This sacred valley is lined with scenic waterways and cascades great for a refreshing dip. You will hike about 2 miles round trip to 120-foot Secret Falls (a.k.a. Secret Falls). This is an adventure the entire family can enjoy!
  • 37. An exciting adventure on the pristine, private lands of Princeville Ranch! The course is a thrilling combination of nine picturesque zip lines and a suspension bridge spanning a waterfall. Imagine walking off the edge of a lush valley, flying over tree tops across to the other side, soaking in the gorgeous mountain views along the way. The final zip line - called "King Kong"- is an adventure all on its own! First you walk up a ramp to a 26 foot high tower. Next you zip 1,200 feet, racing your partner side- by-side or maybe holding hands! The tour includes an hour at a fifteen foot deep, hidden swimming hole, fed by a small waterfall. Here you'll enjoy a delicious picnic, swimming, jumping and floating on inner tubes. Hiking is rated moderate and is just over one mile. Join us for the experience of a lifetime!
  • 38. This tour captures the very best of Kauai from the famous "Grand Canyon of the Pacific", to an actual trip up the Wailua River with a visit to the Fern Grotto where you will hear a memorable rendition of "The Hawaiian Wedding Song". Tours are conducted on comfortable air-conditioned mini- buses by friendly, knowledgeable guides. See the spectacular Waimea Canyon, Fern Grotto, Captain Cook's Landing, Wailua River Boat Cruise, Spouting Horn, and Opaekaa Falls and Hanapepe (Captain Cook's Landing, Opaekaa Falls, and Hanapepe viewed from bus only).