OAHU, KAUAI, HAWAI’I
Outdoor & Adventure, History & Culture, Nature & Wildlife
The Hawaiian islands – a slice of paradise in the middle of the Pacific. From the hustle and bustle of Oahu to the lush and rugged landscape of Kauai and the ever-growing Island of Hawaii with its active volcanoes, there’s plenty to offer visitors.
We start from metropolitan Oahu, where a thriving restaurant & art scene blends perfectly with the island’s stunning mountains and surfing beaches. Learn about World War II history at the evocative Pearl Harbour memorial, before heading to the wild landscapes of Kauai. Exploration takes place on land, in the water and in the air! Lastly, finish at the Island of Discover – Hawaii – where diverse adventures await, from a stargazing experience on sacred Mauna Kea and taking to the skies again to better appreciate the volcanic landforms, mountains and valleys.
Upon arrival at Honolulu International Airport, meet your driver at the arrival hall for your transfer to your resort.
Relax at your hotel and enjoy the beaches of this wonderful tropical island.
Pearl Harbour and Oahu Landmarks Small Group Tour (Full-Day)
Embark on this small group tour (max 16 persons) with an experienced driver-guide to the Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri battleship, which represent the beginning and the end of WWII. Get fascinating insights into the events shaping the conflict and resolution of the war, enhanced by historic video imagery from your vehicle monitors, before a walk through the Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbour Visitor Centre and Battleship Missouri. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant overlooking the harbour, before continuing on a sightseeing tour taking in Oahu’s iconic landmarks including the Punchbowl National Cemetery, Iolani Palace, King Kamehameha Statue, and other sites before returning to your hotel.
Oahu Full Day Private Tour (Full-Day)
Set out to explore Oahu on an exciting journey of discovery that will satisfy your senses and provide exceptional photo opportunities. The tour can be tailored to your interest, and take in some of some of Oahu’s most famous landmarks, such as:
After breakfast, a private transfer will take you to the airport for your flight to Kauai (40min), one of the more remote and laidback Hawaii islands with dramatic landscapes that will take your breath away.
Upon arrival at Lihue Airport, meet your driver at the arrival hall and transfer to your hotel.
Kauai Luau (2hrs)
Once you’re settled in and refreshed, head on over to celebrate Polynesia’s rich history, culture and dance in a typical luau, held in ancient Hawaii to honour Kings, Gods, and honoured guests. Join in this exciting island tradition under the stars full of local mouth-watering delights.
Waimea Canyon Small Group Hike (Full Day)
Of all the hikes, this is one of the most satisfying with incredible views along Waimea Canyon, fondly called the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. This is one of the most iconic areas of Kauai – the rugged Kalalau valley and colossal cliffs of the Na Pali Coast are a sight to behold. Along the way to the trail head, stop at several of the lookouts and enjoy the many angles and perspectives of this geological wonder and the Kokee highlands. There will be an opportunity to swim at a waterfall and pool perched at the edge of the canyon towards the end of the hike.
Kauai Small Group Helicopter Flight (50min)
Take to the skies on this adventure over Kauai. Begin the journey to spectacular Hanapepe Valley, one of the wettest spot on earth which drains into nearby Alakai Swamp, home to several rare species of plants and birds. Catch sight of Mana Waiapuna, also known as Jurassic Park Falls. Next, you will soar over Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, with its rugged valleys and hidden waterfalls, and Wailua Falls, fondly called Fantasy Island Waterfall from its cameo in the TV series, before finishing with the legendary Na Pali Coast, with its dramatic cliffs.
Na Pali Coast Small Group Dinner Cruise (4hrs)
Enjoy breath-taking views as you cruise along the Na Pali Coast on a spacious catamaran. Enjoy drinks and snacks as you explore the rugged coastline, with the setting sun offering wonderful photo opportunities. A delicious dinner complete with beer, wine and Mai Tais is served as you sail back toward Port Allen.
After breakfast, take a flight to Hawai’i (approx. 1hr), the largest island of the archipelago. Upon arrival at Kona International Airport, meet your driver for the transfer to your hotel, where you have the rest of the day at leisure in your hotel.
Mauna Kea Hike & Stargazing Small Group Tour (Full-Day)
From sea level to the high alpine, witness the dramatic landscape diversity of Hawai’i from Mauna Kea at 4,200m. Listen to your naturalist’s guides stories of the natural, cultural and geologic history of Hawaii’s scared mountain, whilst appreciating the spectacular vistas at sunset. Next, descend to the visitor’s information station where telescopes are set up for your star gazing experience of the Hawaiian night sky. Enjoy hot beverages and snack as your guide share tales revolving around the world of the observable universe, and offer you a personal and educational look at the heavens. Dinner is included on the drive up to Mauna Kea.
Hawai’i Small Group Helicopter Tour (2hrs)
Discover the Big Island’s magnificent beauty and its volcanic fury on this spectacular helicopter tour. Get an up-close look at the famous Kilauea volcano, which has been continuously erupting since 1983; the results of its historic 2018 eruption provide phenomenal views. From the black sand beaches and Madame Pele’s volcanic badlands, to the lush rainforests of the Hamakua Coast and the meandering valleys of the Kohala Mountains, this is one experience that you should not miss!
The rest of the day is at leisure to enjoy your resort.
After breakfast, transfer to Kona International Airport for your onward journey.
Low Season: November – April
Mid Season: May, October
High Season: June – September
The Royal Hawaiian • Royal Sonesta Kauai Resort Lihue • Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Known as the “Pink Palace of the Pacific,” this garden oasis has beckoned luxury travellers to the legendary shores of Waikiki and defined luxury tourism since 1927. Choose between the iconic rooms of the Historic Wing and the contemporary splendour of Mailani Tower. Epicurean delights await – from award-winning seafood at Azure, cocktails at Mai Tai Bar or feast at a traditional luau at Aha‘aina. (Renovated: 2009; Rooms: 528)View More
Nestled amidst the lush greenery of Kauaine on the golden sands of Kalapaki Beach, this luxury resort is an oasis with modern guestrooms overlooking the ocean, gardens or pool – one of the largest in Hawaii. Indulge in indulge in beachside spa treatments, or dine at one of their five restaurants offering a variety of cuisines and partake in a weekly luau. (Renovated: 2010; Rooms: 356)View More
Part of the trendy Waikoloa complex, this beachfront hotel is situated on the white sand beach of Anaeho'omalu Bay, ideal for water sports. Modern rooms overlook vast, landscaped gardens with private lanais and outdoor pools. There are 3 restaurants on site, and more F&B outlets within the wider Waikoloa Resort area. (Renovated: 2017; Rooms: 295)View More
Low Season: November – April
Mid Season: May, October
High Season: June – September
Halekulani • Grand Hyatt Kauai • Four Seasons Hualalai
Translating to “house befitting heaven” from Hawaiian, one of Hawaii’s oldest hotels has long been synonymous with gracious Hawaiian hospitality and polished services, attracting a discerning and distinguished clientele. Most rooms have ocean views, set across five buildings connected by courtyards, and award-winning restaurants serve the freshest local ingredients, including the renowned La Mer. (Renovated: 2021; Rooms: 453)View More
This beachfront resort sits on the white sands of Poipu on Kauai’s southern shore, with 50 acres of lush gardens and a myriad of leisure facilities including an adults-only pool, a 45m waterslide and. Classic Hawaiian elegance is ever present in spacious rooms, incorporating refined furnishings and design elements from land and sea. (Renovated: 2019; Rooms: 605)View More
Set on the picturesque Kona-Kohala coast, this luxury resort is a magnificent work of destination art, combining history, culture, pure pampering and true aloha to guests. A myriad of facilities includes championship golf, a world-class spa and fitness center, on-site ocean activities, seven pools and award-winning dining. (Renovated: 2021; Rooms: 243)View More
Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina
This beachfront island Resort sits on Oahu’s wild and rugged western coast with its own private beach, providing an idyllic escape from the touristy scene. There are plenty of activities for the kids, along with quiet relaxation by the adults-only pool, and a variety of dining options from fresh seafood at Mina’s Fish House to Italian favourites. (Renovated: 2016; Rooms: 371)View More
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