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13-Days Splendors of The Hawaiian Islands Tour - Honolulu In/Maui Out

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13 Days 12 Nights

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Highlights: In Honolulu, Kauai, Hawaii, and Maui; visits to Pearl Harbor, Waimea Canyon, Hilo, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kona, 'Iao Valley, Lahaina, Haleakala National Park. Inside visits as shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description, including admission charges where applicable.

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    • Price: All Prices are in USD. Prices are per person based upon shared twin room occupancy. All prices are based on current exchange rates and are subject to change without notice.
    • Child Rate: Young travelers aged 8-17 receive a 10% discount on the land price. We regret that we are unable to accept children less than 8 years old on these types of vacations.
    • No more than 3 passengers allowed in room 1.
    Day 1

    Honolulu (2 miles)

    Today we will gather in Honolulu. Upon our arrival at Honolulu International Airport, will be transferred to the hotel in Waikiki. The tour director will be on hand to assist with check-in.
    Standard Hotel: Sheraton Princess Kaiulani or similiar
    Day 2

    Honolulu

    Today guests will have the entire day to explore the tropical paradise of Honolulu, HI at their leisure.

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    Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii, and the first stop for tourists from all over the world. Located on the picturesque island of O'ahu, it serves as a gateway into Polynesian culture and history for millions of people. «Less

    Standard Hotel: Sheraton Princess Kaiulani or similiar
    Day 3

    Honolulu (47 miles)

    We will begin our day will a visit to Pearl Harbor, HI, home of the USS Arizona Memorial and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. After experiencing these solemn tributes to military heroes, we will return to the Hawaiian capital to visit 'Iolani Palace and the King Kamehaha I Statue. The remainder of the day is free.

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      More» The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific is a military cemetery honoring the US Armed Forces. It is in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is visited by millions of people each year and is one of Hawaii's most popular tourist attractions. «Less
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      More» This memorial in Honolulu, Hawaii serves as a remembrance of the American soldier killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The ship marks the resting place of over one thousand of the dead. «Less

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    Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii, and the first stop for tourists from all over the world. Located on the picturesque island of O'ahu, it serves as a gateway into Polynesian culture and history for millions of people. «Less

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      More» The 'Iolani Palace in Honolulu, Hawaii is the only formerly-functional royal palace in the United States. Until 1893, King Kalākaua and Queen Liliʻuokalani ruled from the palace. Since then, it has been used as capitol building and museum. «Less
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      More» This brass statue honors Kamehameha I, also known as Kamehameha the great, who conquered and unified the Hawaiian Islands in 1810. It serves as an important cultural, spiritual, and historical landmark for the Hawaiian people. «Less
    Standard Hotel: Sheraton Princess Kaiulani or similiar
    Day 4

    Honolulu

    Today guests will have the entire day to explore the tropical paradise of Honolulu, HI at their leisure.

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    Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii, and the first stop for tourists from all over the world. Located on the picturesque island of O'ahu, it serves as a gateway into Polynesian culture and history for millions of people. «Less

    Standard Hotel: Sheraton Princess Kaiulani or similiar
    Day 5

    Honolulu - Kauai (119 miles)

    Today we will fly to the island of Kauai, HI, the "Garden Island." Here, we will take a sightseeing tour that includes beautiful landmarks like Waimea Canyon and the Spouting Horn. Tonight, we will attend a luau, which features a delicious dinner and upbeat show.

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    Kaua'i is one of the major islands in the Hawaiian chain. The northern half of the island is made up of state and national parks which boast breathtaking canyons, mountains, and beaches. The largest is Waimea Canyon State Park. «Less

    Standard Hotel: Aston Kauai Beach at Makaiwa or similiar
    Day 6

    Kauai

    Today guests will have the entire day to explore the lush paradise of Kauai.
    Standard Hotel: Aston Kauai Beach at Makaiwa or similiar
    Day 7

    Kauai - Hilo - Volcanoes National Park - Kona (231 miles)

    In the morning, we will fly from Kauai to Hilo, HI on the Big Island, Hawaii Island. We will head to the one-of-a-kind Volcanoes National Park which, true to its name, features erupting volcanoes. We will spend the night in Kona, HI.

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      More» Volcanoes National Park on the Island of Hawaii is an unforgettably unique national park experience, as it encompasses two active volcanoes. Kilauea is one of the world's most active, and Mauna Loa one of the world's largest. «Less
    Standard Hotel: Royal Kona or similiar
    Day 8

    Kona

    Today will be a free day for independent exploration of Kona, HI. The tour director can help guests arrange fun activities, such as snorkeling or a helicopter ride.

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    This district on the Big Island of Hawaii is home to several nation and state historical parks at places like Kealakekua Bay. Kona is also famous for its special Kona coffee and being the host of the Ironman contest. «Less

    Standard Hotel: Royal Kona or similiar
    Day 9

    Kona

    Today will be a free day for independent exploration of Kona, HI. The tour director can help guests arrange fun activities, such as snorkeling or a helicopter ride.

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    This district on the Big Island of Hawaii is home to several nation and state historical parks at places like Kealakekua Bay. Kona is also famous for its special Kona coffee and being the host of the Ironman contest. «Less

    Standard Hotel: Royal Kona or similiar
    Day 10

    Kona - Maui - Lahaina (117 miles)

    Today we will fly to the island of Maui, HI. Our first stop will be the "Yosemite of the Pacific," the Iao Valley, where we will see some of this gorgeous island's most amazing sights. After, we will head to the town of Lahaina, HI, where guests will have some free time to explore this colorful town.

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    Maui is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands and has been called the "Best Island in the World." Popular spots on the island include Hāna Highway, Haleakalā National Park, and Wailea-Mākena. More than two million people visit annually. «Less

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      More» The Iao Valley on the western side of Maui is a National Natural Landmark. It is also park of a state park which is made up of the valley's dense rainforest. It is an important cultural locations to Hawaiians. «Less

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    Lahaina is the largest town on the Hawaiian island of Maui and the most popular tourist destination on the island. Guests can walk its famous Front Street, see whales from the beach, or ride the Sugar Cane Train. «Less

    Standard Hotel: Sheraton Maui or similiar
    Day 11

    Maui

    Today is a free day in Maui. The tour director can help guests book optional activities such as whale watching or aquarium visits.

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    Maui is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands and has been called the "Best Island in the World." Popular spots on the island include Hāna Highway, Haleakalā National Park, and Wailea-Mākena. More than two million people visit annually. «Less

    Standard Hotel: Sheraton Maui or similiar
    Day 12

    Haleakala National Park (10 miles)

    Our morning today will be spent in Haleakala National Park, home of the volcano known to islanders as the "House of the Sun" and the vast Haleakala Crater. After we return to the hotel, guests will have free time.

    Standard Hotel: Sheraton Maui or similiar
    Day 13

    Maui

    The trip ends today with guests departing on individual schedules. Transfers to Kahului International Airport on Maui are included.
    • Price Includes

    • 12-night hotel accommodations
    • Private, deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach when touring.
    • All airport transfers.
    • all inter-island flights.
    • Inside visits and special features are shown in the description, including admission charges when applicable.
    • Services of a professional Tour Director.
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    • Air fares between your city and Hawaii
    • Federal inspection fees for the Federal U.S. Customs and Immigrations
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    • Optional Excursions:
      Please note: the optional excursions and prices are subject to change without prior notice.

        CITY: Honolulu
      • Mini Circle Island With Scenic Shores
        Experience the unique structure of Diamond Head, the lush tropical beauty of the Nuuanu Rainforest & the world famous beaches of Oahu! Roundtrip Waikiki hotel transportation & expert narration included. Travel along a street named Magnificent Drive and pass some of Oahu's most impressive homes! We head up to Mt. Tantalus where the views of the entire island are breathtaking. The view from Tantalus is one of the most panoramic vantage points on the island. This exciting tour celebrates the nation's 44th President - Barack Obama. You'll travel to key locations, learn about historical events and most importantly, visit Hawaii's special place that played a key role in shaping President Obama's beliefs, values and life. You'll also be treated to Hawaiian legends and history in an attempt to better understand the youth and early adult years of the 44th president of the United States. Other tour highlights include the Amelia Earhart Lookout atop Diamond Head, Queen Emma's Summer Palace, Nu'uanu Pali Lookout, Halona Blowhole, Kiki Head Crater, and many other beautiful sights on Oahu. (Operates Monday, Wednesday and Friday)
        Approximate value: USD $40 per person

      • Oahu Grand Circle Island Tour
        The most popular tour of Oahu takes you on a 120 mile trip around the beautiful island, including a visit to Kualoa Ranch & Dole Plantation. See Oahu from Hanauma Bay to the North Shore with stops at Kualoa Ranch, Dole Plantation, Pali Lookout, Boydo-In Temple and more. Tour is approximately 9 hours.
        Approximate value: USD $91 per person

      • Ali'i Kai Dinner Cruise
        The Ali`i Kai Makahiki Dinner Cruise is one dinner party you'll never forget. Step aboard this amazing 170-by-50-foot "Ruler of the Sea" for a casual, fun-filled sunset sail and delicious island flavors. Take in panoramic views of the Pacific, world-famous Waikiki and the city of Honolulu as you cruise down the coast. After the sun sets, dine buffet-style and watch a captivating Polynesian show with dancers, drummers and chanters. When the show ends, it's your turn to take to the dance floor as the Ali`i Kai crew encourages passengers to play games and shake their own hips to the live music. Party your way back to shore, and by the night's end, you'll be part of the Ali`i Kai ohana (family). (Approximately 2 hour cruise, transportation is included from Waikiki.)
        Approximate value: USD $104 per person

      • Polynesian Cultural Center Buffet And Show
        A full-day tour departing at noon from Waikiki to the windward side of the island and the town of Laie. The Cultural Center has seven villages representing the nations of Polynesia. Price includes admission, IMAX film, buffet dinner, and show. The Island Buffet's array of dining delights is sure to please any palate. Of course, true to Polynesian tradition in which feasting has been elevated to an art form you're welcome to fill your plate as many times as you'd like. Return to Waikiki at approximately 10:30 p.m.
        Approximate value: USD $102 per person

      • Polynesian Cultural Center with Ali'i Luau
        A full-day tour departing at noon from Waikiki to the windward side of the island and the town of Laie. The Cultural Center has seven villages representing the nations of Polynesia. Price includes admission, IMAX film, Ali'i buffet luau dinner, and upgraded show seating. The Ali'i Luau recreates the royal ceremony of ancient luaus' including the traditional custom of roasting a pig in an "imu" the Hawai'ian word for fire pit. Receive a complimentary orchid lei upon arrival, enjoy native song and dance, and then dine on a delectable island menu. And remember, it's all you can eat. Return to Waikiki at approximately 10:30 p.m.
        Approximate value: USD $120 per person

      • Star Sunset Dinner & Show Cruise
        Enjoy casual elegance with crab and sirloin steak dinner plus "My Hawaii - Lei of Memories"! After a welcome Mai Tai, explore four panoramic decks for breathtaking views of the Hawaiian sunset and coastline, and complete your evening with our magical "My Hawaii" show. "My Hawaii - Lei of Memories"is a celebration of Hawaii's beauty and culture, this original show is a "must see" on Oahu! There will be fun and dancing until disembarkation. Approximately 2 hours) Transportation to and from your hotel is included.
        Approximate value: USD $106 per person

      • Three Star Sunset Dinner & Show
        A fun and exciting evening with a whole Maine lobster and tenderloin steak dinner plus show! Your voyage begins with a "champagne" toast, followed by continuous entertainment from welcome hula, to live Jazz, magical "My Hawaii - Lei of Memories" show is a celebration of Hawaii's beauty and culture, this original show is a "must see" on Oahu! Enjoy unparalleled vistas of Waikiki and beyond Diamond Head from the four decks including the 60' high observation deck. There will be fun and dancing until disembarkation. (Approximately 2 hours) Transportation to and from your hotel is included.
        Approximate value: USD $146 per person

        CITY: Kauai

      • Fern Grotto
        During the two mile river journey, you'll hear songs and stories of ancient Hawaii; like the King's Highway, sacred Mount Kapu, and the First Hau Tree. In addition, guests enjoy learning the hula during a lesson provided by a young hula dancer. Everyone gets into the act during the river cruise! The Wailua River is known as the only navigable river in all Hawaii. The river's fresh water pours down from Mt. Wai`ale`ale, one of the wettest spots on the planet. Lands along the river were the sacred capital of ancient Kauai and the birthplace of the island's ali`i, or royalty. At the Fern Grotto landing, you'll enjoy a short nature walk through the rainforest to the lush Fern Grotto. The Fern Grotto is a geological wonder of Kauai. Ferns grow upside down from the roof of the grotto, which was formed millions of years ago. Native Hawaiian plants and colorful exotic tropical plants provide a rain-forest atmosphere.
        Approximate value: USD $20 per person

      • Hanalei Valley Tour
        This tour is an ideal way to view the northern shore of Kauai, the most scenic and photographed portion of this lush island. The tour includes Hanalei Bay, and the north side beach areas where such famous films as South Pacific, The Thornbirds, Jurassic Park, and Only the Brave were filmed. There are also interesting stops at the wet and dry caves, Haena, and the beautiful valley overlooks. View taro farms and an abundance of different plants. (Approximately 5 hours)
        Approximate value: USD $89 per person

      • Na Pali Explorer Snorkel
        The Na Pali coast is considered the jewel of Kauai. It's definitely not to be missed. Unfortunately, there's no road to get there. The best way to see all of the Na Pali Coast's cascading waterfalls, white sand beaches, sea caves and arches, and fluted cliffs is by water. This expedition of the Na Pali Coast is onboard an exciting adventure raft. Once onboard, our marine biologists and naturalists share information about the marine creatures you may see along the way, including the ever-popular Hawaiian spinner dolphins which we see every day, practically guaranteed. (Did you know the spinner dolphin can spin as many as eight rotations in the air?) There's a great possibility of seeing sea turtles and flying fish, maybe even monk seals and manta rays. During Winter when the whales migrate, you'll learn about their journey from Alaska, where they feed, to Hawaii, where they breed. (During the peak months of February and March, they're everywhere, and at 45 tons, you can't miss seeing them.) (4.5 hours) This includes snorkel equipment and instruction, continental breakfast at check-in, deli style lunch, marine life naturalist, flotation board.
        Approximate value: USD $132 per person

        CITY: Kona

      • Big Island Spectacular Helicopter Excursion
        Discover both the Big Island's beauty and its volcanic fury. Tour the most geologically active environment on earth-the famous Kilauea volcano, which has been continuously erupting since 1983. View lava flows and black sand beaches. Experience all the awesome spectacle of Madame Pele's lava and volcanic badlands, then explore the lush rainforests of the Hamakua Coast. The towering sea cliffs open into the dramatically deep and meandering valleys of the Kohala Mountains. Beautiful waterfalls cascade thousands of feet into the rainforest below and remnants of ancient Hawaiian settlements are still visible. This is the perfect finish to the ultimate Big Island adventure. This tour was voted #1 by The Travel Channel as the "World's Best Helicopter Thrill." (Approximately 2 hours)
        Approximate value: USD $450 per person

      • Deluxe Morning Snorkel Cruise
        Accessible only by boat, the remote Pawai Bay offers visibility up to 100 feet and enchanting coral gardens that are home to at least 600 species of brightly colored tropical fish-a virtual snorkelers' paradise. Watch sea creatures beyond your imagination as they dart and drift around the interesting rock and coral of this protected marine environment. Spinner dolphins frequently join while the boat is underway-jumping, spinning, and riding the wake as you cruise to the snorkeling destination. Cruises depart daily from Kailua Kona Pier. Includes a continental breakfast of fresh juice, coffee, tea, and pastries along with a delicious BBQ burger lunch, refreshments, Rx masks, snorkel gear, snorkeling instruction, 2.5 hours water time, flotation and water toys, 20-foot water slide, fresh water shower, no host premium bar, his and hers restrooms.
        Approximate value: USD $129 per person

      • Dolphin Adventure and Glass Bottom Cruise with lunch
        Come aboard Kona's largest glass bottom sightseeing boat. Watch Wild Spinner Dolphins swim, frolic and jump, while enjoying the panoramic views of Kona above and below the surface of the ocean. View undersea vistas generally reserved for scuba divers through our large glass bottom wells. Includes a full deli lunch and beverages.
        Approximate value: USD $100 per person

      • Evening on the Reef Glass bottom Dinner Cruise
        Aboard Kona's only dinner cruise vessel, the Spirit of Kona, sunset, a full sit down dinner with complimentary bar and live entertainment are just the beginning. From a breathtaking sunset to the magical coastal lights framing Kailua Bay this cruise combines romance & the excitement of a floating Hawaiian cabaret. This memorable night out even offers nocturnal sea life viewed through illuminated underwater glass wells. As you board your cruise our musician will welcome and entertain you from the main deck stage. You can remain on the main deck for dinner, sitting along the rail where you enjoy obstructed ocean and coastal views or, go to the upper caf233 deck where tablecloth covered tables await each with its own spectacular view. Ready for dinner? Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner specially prepared by our award-winning chefs as you watch the sun fall gently into the Pacific Ocean.
        Approximate value: USD $115 per person

      • Glassbottom Boat Cruise
        Cruise around Kailua Bay on this glass-bottom boat for fantastic views of the colorful coral formations and unique marine life. The boat was designed to allow access to very shallow water, sometimes just a few feet deep, where you will view more colors then in deeper water. You will see close up and personal a myriad of beautiful tropical fish, a wide variety of living corals, and many other sea creatures that inhabit the reef. It is not unusual to see a friendly pod of local spinner dolphins. 
        Approximate value: USD $40 per person

      • Historical Sunset Cruise
        Step aboard and journey back in time, when ancient, powerful Kings ruled the rugged and fertile land of the Hawaiian Islands. This three hour guided historical cruise to Kealakekua Bay and Captain Cook's monument will capture your imagination and reveal many secrets of the Big Island. Upon arriving in Kealakekua Bay a Hawaiian style buffet dinner is served while listening to live entertainment and watching the sunset on the way back. Includes one complimentary cocktail and cash bar thereafter. (Must be 21 to consume alcohol). 
        Approximate value: USD $105 per person

      • Kohala Coast Adventure Helicopter
        Tour the Kohala coast, valleys, and waterfalls. Many consider this area to have the most spectacular scenery on the Big Island. The towering sea cliffs open into the dramatically deep and meandering valleys of the Kohala Mountains. Beautiful waterfalls cascade thousands of feet into the rainforest below and remnants of ancient Hawaiian settlements are still visible. (Approximately 50 minutes)
        Approximate value: USD $242 per person

      • Manta Snorkel - Blue Sea Cruises
        Board the M/V Makai and settle in the cushy comfort of the upper deck as we cruise to the evenings Manta site for your Big Island snokeling. Enjoy the scenic Kona coast as your crew pampers you with snacks and beverages. Upon arrival, move to the lower "wet" deck and prepare for the experience of a lifetime as you anticipate the arrival of the evenings entertainment, the giant Kona Manta Rays. Manta Rays often swim within inches of our guests as they hold on to our specially designed "Circle of Light" viewing frame. This frame allows Manta Rays to swim up in front our guests not just under them. This not only gives our guests the opportunity for a better view of the Mantas, it also allows for a safer encounter for theMantas. After your Manta Ray dive Kona experience, return to the Makai's warm dry upper deck to share your experience with the other guests. Sit back on the return cruise and enjoy complimentary snacks, hot coffee, sodas even Mai Tias. Additional beer, wine and mixed drinks are available for purchase.
        Approximate value: $84 USD per person

      • Manta Watch - Blue Sea Cruises
        No need to get wet! Watch the Giant Kona Manta Rays perform an underwater ballet while you stay dry, safe, cozy and comfortable on the decks of the glass bottom boat, Spirit of Kona. High intensity lights illuminate the underwater scene. Watch through the large glass bottom windows as the giant manta ray enters and feeds on the plankton forming near the lights under the boat. We will have the opportunity to see them up close and just inches from the glass, the experience is fabulous. Snap photographs and video to take home to share with your family and friends. Do it all while enjoying your favorite cocktail or soft drink in dry cozy comfort. Light snacks and complimentary Mai Tai bar included.
        Approximate value: USD $84 per person

      • Mauna Kea Summit & Stars Adventure with Hawaii Forest & Trail
        The drive to the summit of Mauna Kea is one you'll never forget. It's hard to believe you're in Hawaii as you climb to an elevation of 13,796 feet above sea level. After a hot, picnic-style dinner, we make our way to the summit of Hawaii's most sacred mountain. Once at the summit, we are afforded spectacular views of the horizon, Haleakala on Maui, Mauna Loa and Hualalai, and Mauna Kea's world-class array of telescopes. Mauna Kea is the world's tallest mountain, rising over 32,000 feet from the ocean floor to its summit, which is considered by many Hawaiians to be the most sacred place in all the islands. In your hooded parka, you'll stand in awe at both nature's sublime creation and man's astonishing technological achievements. Please check your itinerary and flight times before booking this excursion.
        Approximate value: USD $207 per person

      • Mauna Kea Summit Tour with Mauna Kea Adventures
        This evening experience an incredible adventure at the top of Mauna Kea Summit. On the way to the summit by vehicle, with your guide you will explain the evolution of the island. After a dinner stop proceed to the summit for a sensational sunset. Then return back down to the 9000' elevation point where the naturalist sets up a telescope and you will watch the stars. This trip includes arctic style parkas with hoods, a light supper and hot drinks. This tour is approximately eight-hours and participants should be physically fit and comfortable at high altitudes. Long pants and closed walking shoes are a must.
        Approximate value: $200 USD per person

      • Whale Watching Cruise - Blue Sea Cruises
        During this special time of year, late December to Early April, Humpback Whales come to mate and give birth in the calm waters of Kona. There is no better way to see them than with Kona's year round marine mammal excursion experts aboard the custom built 70' power catamaran "Spirit of Kona" . 
        Approximate value: $95 USD per person

        CITY: Maui

      • Premium Morning Snorkel
        "The Molokini and Turtle Town snorkel tour is our most popular Maui snorkeling adventure. Molokini offers exceptionally clear water with visibility reliably in excess of 150 feet. Molokini snorkeling is truly a unique experience, as there are only 3 volcanic calderas including Molokini in the entire world. In this offshore marine sanctuary sparkling waters are just the beginning of an experience you will not soon forget. With hundreds of species of fish and marine animals endemic to Hawaii, and coral combinations not found anywhere else in Hawaii, Molokini snorkel is a rare opportunity to view marine life and coral formations not found at other Maui snorkel destinations or anywhere else in the world. After you have enjoyed your incredible morning of Molokini, the Molokini snorkel adventure continues towards another fantastic Maui snorkeling destination. Turtle town is bordered by a coral reef and underwater lava formations, animated by numerous colorful fishes, starfishes, and other aquatic delights. As you splash into an ocean of fun at Turtle Town, you will be welcomed by one of Maui's most gentle residents, the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles. Beyond satisfying your compelling desire to explore the underwater wonders of Molokini and Turtle Town, your crew also takes care of all your other needs. Our Molokini snorkel cruise starts with muffins baked fresh in our own kitchen, fresh tropical fruit, orange juice and freshly ground and brewed Kona Coffee. While you are snorkeling at Molokini, your crew will fire up the grill and cook up some of the best BBQ you have tasted. (Approximately 5 hours)
        Approximate value: USD $134per person

      • Whale Watching
        Experience the thrill of whale watching in Maui on a 2-hour whale watch cruise. This educational and informative adventure is great fun for the entire family and offers spectacular sightseeing and photo opportunities.
        Approximate value: USD $42 per person

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    Prices: All vacation prices are based on rates (reflecting foreign exchange rates) known at the time of publication and expected to be in effect at the time of departure, and do not include airfare except where noted. Vacation prices are per person, based on double occupancy. Single room supplements and triple and quad room reductions are listed where applicable. Not all accommodation types are available on all vacations.

    Cancellation: Standard Cancellation Fees escorted and independent vacations:
  • 45 days prior to the commencement of services: $250 per person will be charged.
  • 45-22 days prior to commencement of services: 20% of total price* plus Travel Protection payments
  • 21-8 days prior to commencement of services: 30% of total price* plus Travel Protection payments
  • 7-1 days prior to commencement of services: 50% of total price* plus Travel Protection payments
  • On departure day and later: 100% of total price* plus Travel Protection payments
  • There is 6% handling fee on all the above refund amount.
  • Reservation Changes: A fee of $50 per transaction will be charged for any alteration or revision made to a reservation. A change of traveler name, vacation date, or itinerary within final payment will be treated as a full cancellation and new reservation; vacation cancellation fees (as above) apply.

    Contact Information: Passengers are responsible to ensure that operator Travel has the correctly spelled name, address, phone number, email and fax data for all passengers. Names printed on the invoice must exactly match the first and last name written in their passport (middle names or initials are not needed). Operator will not be responsible for passengers who do not receive documents due to inaccurate information.

    Passports and Visas: Passengers are responsible for obtaining and paying for all visas and entry documents, for meeting all health and other requirements, and for any documents required by the laws, regulations, orders, and/or requirements of the countries you will visit. Most countries require that the passport be valid for at least six (6) months beyond the conclusion of your trip. It is recommended you have a minimum of three blank pages in your passport when traveling, as many countries require blank pages. Multiple-entry visas are required for some vacations. It is your responsibility to verify all visa and passport requirements.

    Baggage Allowance: Due to limited motorcoach capacity, your single bag should have dimensions not exceeding 30"x21"x11" and weight not exceeding 50lbs (22kg). We regret that we are unable to accept a second suitcase or any luggage exceeding these limits on any vacation listed in this brochure.

    Children: Travelers who are less than 18 years old on the departure date must be accompanied by an adult throughout the duration of the vacation. We do not accept children less than 8 years old.

    Travel Protection (Insurance): Comprehensive trip insurance is highly recommended by operator.

    Travelers with Disabilities: Tour participants requiring any form of assistance are required to notify operator in writing at the time of reservation, and must be accompanied by an individual responsible for providing those services. Tour managers, guides, drivers or other tour, hotel, ship personnel are not able to provide such assistance. Wheelchairs + Walkers: Due to physical constraints and space limitations, wheelchairs and walkers may not be taken aboard motor coaches and/or river cruise ships. Operator reserves the right to remove any person from a tour or cruise who has not provided the required notification, has not received written confirmation from operator, or does not comply with these regulations. All related expenses, including those to return home, will be borne by the passenger.

    Hotel Accommodations: The accommodations listed in the brochure or on the Web site are intended to be used on all departures; however, if a change becomes necessary for any reason, including additional departures on the same date, the accommodations substituted will be equivalent to those shown. Every effort is made to reserve only twin-bedded rooms. Occasionally, some hotels will only provide double-bedded rooms. These rooms will be allocated to couples. Please note that accommodation check-in times vary worldwide.

    Service Inquiries After the Vacation: Any complaint or claim involving the vacation services offered in this brochure or on the Web sites must be notified to the Company within 30 days of the tour completion, except where such time limitations are prohibited by law.

    As it is difficult and sometimes impossible to properly investigate a complaint if we are not advised of such complaint quickly, any compensation you may have been able to claim could be reduced or even forfeited if you do not follow the complaints procedure set out in this clause.

    RESPONSIBILITY: Operator and its representatives abroad act only as independent contractors acting on behalf of neither the customer nor the suppliers and principals. All exchange orders, coupons, and tickets, whether paper or electronic, are issued subject to the terms and conditions under which such means of transportation, accommodations, and other services are offered or provided. The issuance and acceptance of such documents shall be deemed to be consent to the further conditions. Operator does not own nor operate the hotels, motor coaches, airlines, cruise lines, or any other service providers which compose their tours, and will not be held responsible for changes and/or cancellations for any reason by airlines, hotels or cruise ships.

    The Travel Agent and/or Tour Operator, shall not be in any way liable for injury, damage, loss, accident, delay, or irregularity in any vehicle, or through the act of default of any company, or person engaged in conveying passengers, or of any hotel proprietor, personnel, servant or any other person otherwise in connection therewith. Operator shall not be held responsible for potential risks and hazards associated with travel to destinations included in this brochure, where injury, delay, or unanticipated events may occur. Operator shall not assume responsibility for standards of quality, hygiene, political stability, cuisine, sanitation facilities, diseases or viruses contracted while traveling for any cause, cleanliness, telecommunications facilities, methods of conducting business, emergency medical evacuation, treatment, or medical services found in these destinations. Travel to these areas may entail risks including but not limited to the hazards of traveling in politically unstable areas, civil disturbances, war, and arbitrary changes mandated by government authorities or private concerns. It is the responsibility of the passenger(s) to check with the U.S. State Department, Consular Information, click here for any current advisories and updates to the destinations on their itinerary. Operator shall be held harmless from any and all liability in connection with the foregoing. Operator cannot accept responsibility for loss or expense due to delay or changes in transportation schedule or other causes. Operator shall not be held responsible for potential loss of services due to inclement weather conditions.

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