Hawaii Four Island Adventure First Class

Let the spirit of aloha follow you from waves of Oahu to the black sand beach of Punalu'u Beach Park.  Views of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, farm-to-table feasting at a Maui farm and more are yours to discover on this Hawaii island hopping adventure.

Departure dates

From 03/05/2024 to 18/12/2024

What's included

6 Dinner (D)12 Breakfast (B)1 Lunch (L)Kona: Unlock the importance of salt in Hawaiian culture visiting a deep Ocean Salt farm.
Watch the salt production process and taste different salts to explore the flavour profiles.
Learn how salt is produced from deep ocean water and how this differs from salt produced in other locations.
Enhance your visit over a food truck lunch with tempting options including a Dim Sum Box or Katsu Chicken with Furikake Rice and Somen Noodles.
Maui: There’s no better way to immerse yourself in the ways of regenerative farming than at the place where it happens – right here along the slopes of Haleakala in Upcountry Maui.
Learn how their diversified natural farm has flourished over the past 10 years and provides fresh local ingredients for a local restaurant.
The farm’s 3500-foot elevation is a gorgeous spot for your truly unique Maui experience.
Relish an educational farm-to-fork experience and help gather fresh, natural produce for your al fresco lunch.
Kauai: Get ready to visit a beautifully preserved one-hundred-acre homestead in the center of Lihue.
On a private, guided tour, visit original buildings including the original plantation main house, owner’s cottage, guest cottage and old office, as well as other resident and plantation workers’ housing camp.
The still active household, farm, gardens, banana patches and pastures maintain the same practices that were established during that era.
Wahiawa: Live Aloha sightseeing around Oahu.
Start with a photo stop at the dramatic Halona Blowhole followed by a quick peek at the world of pineapples at the Dole Plantation.
Choose to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center or return to the hotel along the island's windward side of the island soaking in all the sights from your comfortable coach.
Enjoy this opportunity to experience the beauty of the island beyond your hotel.
Embrace the Hawaiian feel of the north beyond the hustle and bustle of Waikiki.
Pearl Harbour: Unlock the significance of a historic event visiting Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial.
Pay homage and reflect upon those who lost their lives over on a moving and unforgettable experience.
View the USS Arizona which, when it was commissioned in 1916, was the largest ship in the navy’s fleet, with a length of 608 feet.
Pearl Harbour: Explore the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, located in Punchbowl Crater, on a scenic drive.
This burial in a national cemetery is for members of the armed forces who have met a minimum active-duty service requirement.
Honolulu: The history of Hawaii springs to life viewing the historically significant Iolanai Palace, the only royal palace in the United States.
Even from outside, feel the energy of grand balls and hula performances, as well as the time of Liliuokalani’s overthrow and imprisonment.
Continue your Honolulu Walking Tour viewing the State Capitol Building and the 18-foot, bronze King Kamehameha Statue commemorating a great warrior, diplomat and leader.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park brings new sights as you unlock the geology of the Islands.
This UNESCO listed park and designated International Biosphere Reserve protects some of the most unique geological, biological and cherished cultural landscapes in the world and encompasses the summits of two of the world's most active volcanoes - Kīlauea and Mauna Loa.
You’ll love experiencing this wonder for yourself viewing the steam vents and on a visit to the Kilauea Visitor Center.
Keauhou: Unlock the beauty of the must-see Punalu’u Beach Park, famous for its black sand and green sea turtles.
Stroll along the black sand beach made of fragments of old lava flow.
Then perhaps pause in a shady spot under the palm trees and keep your eyes peeled for endangered Hawksbill turtles and green turtles basking in the sun on the beach.
Keauhou: Discover the world of the giant manta rays (mobula alfredi) that come to the Kona shores at the Manta Ray Learning Center at the .
Under the guidance of your Local Specialist, learn the manta ray’s life cycle, the history of the rays in the area and how the center supports educational programs and funding scientists for research with a mission to support mantas in their natural environment.
To top it all off, the lights from the resort shine into the water, attracting plankton which in turn attracts manta rays to the water right off the hotel.
Kona: Visit a coffee plantation and learn about this exclusive beverage and the work it takes to produce, all while tasting the coffee and taking in some of the most scenic views in Hawaii.
Kona: Lose yourself in the moment as your embrace the lively tradition of the Hawaiian Luau and enjoy a dinner featuring local flavors and tropical cocktails.
Under the hala tress and a canopy of stars, listen to heart-pumping drums, watch Polynesian dancing, listen to the sound of the conch shell and feast on delicious island food right on Keauhou Bay on the Kona coast.
Waimea State Park: A display of changing colors and lights awaits at Waimea Canyon State Park, one of the Hawaiian Islands most awe-inspiring sites.
Dubbed the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” the canyon is 14 miles long, 1 mile wide and more than 3,600 feet deep, with a lookout offering views of buttes, crags and gorges.
You’ll drive all the way up the canyon and bask in these views of different colored rock.
Kauai: Discover Spouting Horn blowhole, one of the most photographed spots on Kauai.
Be amazed at how the Poʻipū surf channels into a natural lava tube and puts out a huge spout of water that can reach as high as 50 feet into the air.
Listen for the hiss and roar of water that is the basis of a Hawaiian legend of a giant moʻo (lizard) named Kaikapu.
: Explore natural beauty at one of one of the world's top botanical research organizations on a guided tour of Allerton and McBryde Gardens.
Step through the gates of this once-private estate and see cliff-top views of the protected bay below.
Travel by vehicle deep into the upper Lawai Valley and McBryde Garden, discovering a valley most visitors to Kauai don’t get to experience.
Head to the conservation nursery and horticulture centre for a special behind-the-scenes viewing.
See the rare native Hawaiian ferns and plants among the over 6,000 rare and endangered species of plants collected throughout the Pacific Basin and the world.
Conclude your tour viewing the outdoor rooms, pools, fountains and sculptures of Allerton Garden.
Your visit contributes to the ongoing restoration mission and directly supports United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 15: Life on Land.
: Explore a local coffee plantation on Big Island of Hawaii, the wonders of Manta Rays in Keauhou Beach and Grove Farm Sugar Plantation with a Local Specialist: Visit Honolulu, Pearl Harbor National Memorial, USS Arizona Memorial, Hawaii Ocean Science Park, Waimea Canyon, Punalu'u Beach, Kailua-Kona: See the North Shore of Oahu, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Kauai's magical Tunnel of Trees: View the Halona Blowhole, Iolani Palace, Spouting HornKona: Perched above the lava cliffs of Keauhou Bay on 22 acres of Kona coastline is the Outrigger Kona Resort.
You’re in for a treat here on Keauhou Bay as it’s one of the only places in the world where you can view giant manta rays feeding.
Enjoy this magnificent spectacle directly from Pa'akai Point at the hotel.
You can choose to take a dip in the multi-level fantasy pool with a 200-foot water slide or go local with an on-site hula or ukulele lesson.
: An expert Travel Director and professional Driver: Cherry-picked hotels, all tried and trusted: All porterage and restaurant gratuities: All hotel tips, charges and local taxes: Breakfast daily and up to half of your evening meals: Must-see sightseeing and surprise extras: Audio headsets for flexible sightseeing: All transport and transfers shown: Luxury air-conditioned coach with Wi-Fi in most countries or alternative transportation (such as rail journeys): Optional Experiences and free time: Flights from Honolulu-Kona, Hilo-Kahului and Kahului-Lihue: On occasion, hotels of similar standard and location may be utilised.
An expert Travel Director and professional DriverCherry-picked hotels, all tried and trustedAll porterage and restaurant gratuitiesAll hotel tips, charges and local taxesBreakfast daily and up to half of your evening mealsMust-see sightseeing and surprise extrasAudio headsets for flexible sightseeingAll transport and transfers shownLuxury air-conditioned coach with Wi-Fi in most countries or alternative transportation (such as rail journeys)Optional Experiences and free timeFlights from Honolulu-Kona, Hilo-Kahului and Kahului-LihueOn occasion, hotels of similar standard and location may be utilised.

Itinerary / more information

  • Day 1 Hawaii promises gorgeous scenery, island breezes and fabulous food. Immerse yourself in the Aloha Spirit as you don a flower lei from your Travel Director to mark your arrival in Honolulu. This evening, join your Travel Director at a Welcome Dinner overlooking Waikiki Beach to kick-start your epic Hawaii tour.
  • Day 2 Diamond Head, where surfers and amazing views come together to signal your arrival in paradise. Start after a photo stop at the dramatic Halona Blowhole, follow the scenic coast of Oahu before heading to the North Shore, famous amongst surfers for its huge waves. Then return to Waikiki along Oahu's windward coast or unlock more of the island with an Optional Experience. Visit the Polynesian Cultural Center to get up close to local villages and watch artisans from six Pacific cultures demonstrate dancing with fire, making clothing from plants, jewelry making and preserving history without a written language. Or, add on to your experience with a meal as you're entertained by H?: Breath of Life, full of captivating songs and dances.
  • Day 3 With a full day free, unlock the heritage of the real Hawaii, experiencing first-hand the history, culture and hospitality of the warm Polynesian locals. Relax with beach time in Waikiki or look for surf legend Duke Paoa Kahanamoku Statue - the father of international surfing. Tonight, it's colorful drinks, ocean breezes and tropical flavors all round as you join your fellow travelers for a dinner featuring local fare.
  • Day 4 There's no better place to learn about history on your Hawaii tour than visiting where events occurred. Today, pay homage to the thousands of brave soldiers who lost their lives in the surprise military strike at Pearl Harbor visiting Pearl Harbor National Memorial and the USS Arizona Memorial. Continue through the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, located in Punchbowl Crater, and to downtown Honolulu to connect with the spiritual epicenter of Hawaii. On your walking tour, see Iolani Palace, the former home of Hawaii's last-reigning monarchs and the only royal palace in the United States, as well as the King Kamehameha I Statue and the State Capitol Building. Kick back in your hotel overlooking Waikiki Beach or get out and explore the shore.
  • Day 5 The Big Island of Hawaii brings new sights, landscapes and wildlife. Arrive in the town of Hilo and enjoy lunch on your own, perhaps seeking out the classic loco moco meal. Then visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to learn about the geology of the Islands. Continue along the coast to Punalu'u Beach Park, famous for its black sand and Hawaiian green sea turtles. The Outrigger Kona Resort & Spa welcome you with their multi-level fantasy pool with a 200-foot water slide, manta-ray viewing and sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Day 6 Get ready to embrace your outdoor adventurer on an invigorating day on your Hawaii tour exploring the Big Island on your own or with an Optional Experience. Take in Kohala's beauty and history on a fun, off-road adventure and relaxed trail walk to a hidden waterfall and scenic overlook of Pololu Valley. You'll love trekking across bridges and past bright green taro terraces. Finish the adventure cooling off in a waterfall. Or, discover what's beneath these gorgeous waters with a snorkeling trip in the pristine Pu?uhonua O Honaunau (The Place of Refuge) and Kealakekua Bay (Captain Cooks Monument) featuring lava tubes and sea caves or on a Night Manta Experience viewing the incredible feeding frenzy in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Day 7 Unlock the secrets of marine life learning about the mobula alfredi manta rays, the second largest in the world, that come to the Kona shores to feed each day. Next up, enjoy a MAKE TRAVEL MATTER(R) Experience at the Hawaii Ocean Science and Technology Park, a unique outdoor demonstration site for emerging renewable energy, aquaculture and other ocean-based sustainable technologies, visit Kona Sea Salt to uncover the importance of salt in Hawaiian culture. You'll not only get to see the salt production, but also taste different salts to explore the flavor profiles. Continue your discovery at the unique Kona Joe coffee plantation, learning how some of the world's best coffee is grown and roasted. This evening, lose yourself in the moment as you embrace the tradition of the Hawaiian Luau over dinner of local flavors and tropical cocktails.
  • Day 8 Maui. An island where dormant volcanos, black sand beaches and whale watching lure explorers just like you. Start your discovery with a Be My Guest experience at O'o Farms, a local sustainable farm in the high country of Maui. Have a delicious and healthy farm-to-fork experience helping to gather fresh produce for your al fresco lunch. Then journey to our resort on stunning Kaanapali beach. As the sun sets over the Pacific, take a gentle stroll to nearby Whalers Village, or enjoy a relaxing beach stroll.
  • Day 9 Unlock the natural beauty of paradise, charting your own course through Maui's landscapes. This evening, enjoy a dinner featuring local flavours. You'll love making the most of your stay at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa cooling off in their half-acre pool or Maui's only oceanfront full- service spa and salon, rooftop stargazing or oceanfront golf.
  • Day 10 After a leisurely morning on the Valley Isle, jet off to Kauai where you'll spend the next three nights admiring the natural surroundings. Kauai, at over six million years old, is the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands and boasts the only navigable rivers in the state of Hawaii. It is also the northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain, which is the most isolated inhabited land mass. Start this next leg of your journey relaxing in your hotel's infinity-edge pool, kicking back with a Mai Tai in their oceanfront bar or dining at their onsite Moa Moa Hawaiian Fish House.
  • Day 11 There's no better place to learn about Kauai's land than Grove Farm, a beautifully preserved one-hundred-acre homestead in the center of Lihue. Enjoy a private, guided tour of the original plantation main house, as well as other resident and plantation workers' housing camp dating back to the 1870's. Continue all the way up to Waimea Canyon State Park. The result of thousands of years of erosion, the canyon walls offer a canvas of brilliant shades of red, brown, green, blue, gray and purple, with shadows and light producing a never-ending show. Cap off your day driving through the island's famous Tunnel of Trees with a stop at Spouting Horn blowhole, one of the most photographed spots on Kauai. Cap off your day with a MAKE TRAVEL MATTER(R) Experience at Allerton & McBryde Botanical Gardens for a tour highlighting rare native Hawaiian ferns and plants.
  • Day 12 Kauai's natural treasures are yours to explore during this full free day. Feel like you've stepped onto the big screen on an Optional Experience Kauai Movie Tour adventure. Your backstage pass will take you to many famous sites on Kauai where Hollywood Blockbusters and TV shows were filmed while viewing clips of those notable films. On your final night on Kauai on your Hawaii tour, toast to the incredible sights of the islands with your fellow travelers over a Farewell Dinner.
  • Day 13 For now it's a fond a hui hou... until we meet again. Make your own way to Lihue Airport or extend your stay on Kauai.
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