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Must be a Journeys Club member at the time of booking to receive 5% discount on the land-only portion of Globus, Cosmos, Monograms, or Avalon Waterways core tour, package, or cruise, not including extra night accommodations, extensions, taxes/fees, tips, and supplements. Must have traveled within the last five years of your booking date to receive discount. Journeys Club discount is not available retroactively. Applies to new 2015 and 2016 bookings only. Full cancellation penalties will apply. Does not apply to custom groups. Additional restrictions may apply.
Reduction varies by vacation and may not available on all packages. Does not apply to custom groups. Additional restrictions may apply.
Whether you’re snorkeling in Hawaii’s tranquil waters, admiring the spectacular beauty of Kauai, or just relaxing on the warm sands of Waikiki Beach, no one brings out Hawaii’s best like Globus. From Pearl Harbor’s famous Battleship Row to a festive luau with authentic Polynesian dancing, Hawaii’s allure to vacationers is powerful indeed.Feel the sand in your feet as the ocean waves roll over them, and marvel at the black-sand beaches on Hawaii’s Big Island. Watch the surfers attempt to master the waves in Waikiki Beach. Be mesmerized by the pineapple and sugar cane fields, and thoroughly savor Kona coffee, some of the best coffee in the world! Revitalize your spirit in Maui’s Haleakala National Park, with its volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rainforest, and enjoy Hawaii’s laid-back atmosphere as you feel your senses come alive!The tropical paradise of the Hawaiian Islands awaits you, so let Globus handle all the details while you relax, capture photos, savor the food, and enjoy yourself on this amazing vacation.
Day 1: Arrive in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Upon arrival to the island of Oahu, you are greeted in the traditional Polynesian way—with a warm aloha and a LEI of fresh flowers. Transfer to your hotel in Waikiki. The remainder of your day is at leisure.
Day 2: Honolulu.
A breakfast get-together with your Tour Director reviews activities scheduled throughout your stay. The balance of the day is free to relax, swim, enjoy water sports, or laze on the beach. Take the optional excursion to the Polynesian Cultural Center for authentic island arts, crafts, history, music, a dinner buffet, and a spectacular Polynesian show with more than 100 performers. This evening, enjoy an optional sunset cruise with dinner, Hawaiian cocktails, and splendid views of the glittering Waikiki coastline and Diamond Head. (B)
Day 3: Honolulu. Excursion to Pearl Harbor
. Begin with a tour of PEARL HARBOR’s famous Battleship Row. Listen to a narration of the dramatic air attack of December 7, 1941, and visit the USS Arizona and the impressive MEMORIAL dedicated to the 1,102 men still entombed. You will also have an opportunity to visit the MUSEUM, an excellent way to learn about Pearl Harbor Day, the Japanese strategy and military craft, and the individuals involved in the attack. Then, on to Punchbowl National Cemetery with its beautiful views of Honolulu. Other sights include Chinatown, the Hawaii State Capitol, royal ‘Iolani Palace, and the statue of Kamehameha the Great. Tonight, enjoy an included dinner at your hotel. (B,D)
Day 4: Honolulu–Hilo–Hawaii Volcanoes National Park–Kona.
Board a morning flight to the “Big Island” of Hawaii. Upon arrival in Hilo on the east coast, drive to HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK and visit the JAGGAR MUSEUM, where you will learn about this active volcano. Here, see Kilauea Crater, rising 4,090 feet above a volcanic wonderland of steaming fire pits, lava tubes, and fern forests. Next, enjoy an included lunch followed by a stop at [LF] PUNALU’U BAKE SHOP to sample the famous Hawaiian sweetbread introduced to the area by Portuguese sugar workers in the 19th century. This traditional favorite is not to be missed! Continue on to Kona, your home for the next three nights. (B,L)
Day 5: Kona.
This morning, visit the [LF] KONA COFFEE LIVING HISTORY FARM, a working coffee and macadamia nut farm where you have the opportunity to learn about the history of Kona’s coffee industry and the remarkable pioneers who established these farms. Tonight, join your Tour Director for a festive LUAU. You’ll have the chance to learn to hula, try some traditional Hawaiian specialties like poi, and see captivating performances by Polynesian musicians and dancers. (B,D)
For departures that start on Mondays, Day 5 will have an included dinner, as the luau occurs on Day 8 in Maui along with the Haleakala sightseeing.
Day 6: Kona.
Today is free for independent activities. Find a special place to relax poolside and enjoy the warm tropical sun and balmy breezes, enjoy an optional snorkeling cruise to Kealakekua Bay, or join the optional helicopter flightseeing excursion. (B)
Day 7: Kona–Maui.
A morning flight takes you to the “Valley Island” of Maui. Drive to the lush `IAO VALLEY to see the `Iao Needle, a spectacular volcanic spire. Visit LAHAINA, then continue on to Ka`anapali, your home for the next three nights. The balance of the day is at leisure. (B,D)
Day 8: Maui.
Activities abound and your Tour Director is on hand to help you plan your day. A full free day to swim and sunbathe at the beach or hotel pool. Another choice is the “Road to Hana,” one of the world’s most impressive drives, with 54 bridges and numerous waterfalls. From mid-December to mid-April, a humpback whale-watching cruise is available. (B)
Day 9: Maui. Excursion to Haleakala National Park.
The morning is dedicated to HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK, site of the huge volcanic Haleakala Crater, known as the “House of the Sun.” In 1980, this native ecosystem of cinder cones and dense rainforest was designated an International Biosphere Reserve. There’s plenty of time in the afternoon to relax and enjoy your hotel’s facilities and beach. (B,D)
Day 10: Maui–Kauai. Excursion to Princeville.
A scenic flight to the “Garden Isle” of Kauai, whose lush landscapes featuring orchids, hibiscus, and plumeria are often used as a setting for Hollywood films depicting tropical paradise. View pretty `Opaeka`a Falls on the Wailua River before proceeding to Princeville for lunch overlooking Bali Hai from the movie South Pacific. Afterward, continue south to sunny Poipu Beach and your resort. (B,L)
Day 11: Kauai.
Spend the day as you please! Take in refreshing ocean breezes from the beautiful white-sand beaches, immersing yourself in the heart of the island’s beauty. No activities have been scheduled today to give you time to relax and enjoy your oceanfront resort. Optional tours include helicopter flightseeing or Hanalei Valley sightseeing. (B)
Day 12: Kauai. Excursion to Waimea Canyon.
Start the day with a drive to Waimea, once the Polynesian capital of Kauai and the site where Captain Cook landed in the islands in 1778. Sightseeing highlights include WAIMEA CANYON, the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” and Hanapepe Valley. A stop at the largest coffee plantation in Hawaii, [LF] KAUAI COFFEE COMPANY, includes time at the visitor center, where you can learn about coffee production and the history of the Kauai Coffee Company. Spend your last afternoon on Kauai relaxing at the resort, exploring further, or indulging yourself in some last-minute souvenir shopping. With the afternoon free, your Tour Director will suggest an optional horseback ride on the trails and along the sandy beaches. This evening, your Tour Director hosts a special farewell dinner. Wonderful conversation and cuisine make the perfect finale to a memorable Hawaiian vacation! (B,D)
Day 13: Kauai.
Your tour ends with breakfast this morning. Transfer to Lihue Airport to connect with your homebound flight. (B)
Dates & Prices do not include air travel.
Participation in this vacation requires purchase of the following flights from Globus, not included in pricing: (1) roundtrip air from your U.S. gateway and intra-vacation air segments; or (2) intra-vacation air segments only, starting at $342. Required intra-vacation air segments: Honolulu/Hilo; Kona/Kahului; Kahului/Kauai. Air prices were effective on August 14, 2013 and their availability is limited. At the time you purchase your vacation, air prices may be higher.
Prices are based on partial oceanview rooms at all hotels.
Supplement to upgrade to oceanfront rooms: $520
Prices based on double room occupancy.
Single Room Supplement:
$1597; (ocean front) $2067
Triple Room Reduction per person:
$116 (ocean front) $246
Extra Nights per person in Honolulu (partial ocean view):
in single room $299; in twin room $171; in triple room $163
Extra Nights per person in Honolulu (ocean front):
in single room $415; in twin room $229; in triple room $202
Extra Nights per person in Kauai (partial ocean view):
in single room $281; in twin room $158; in triple room $135
Extra Nights per person in Kauai (ocean front):
in single room $362; in twin room $199; in triple room $162
2015 prices and itineraries are subject to change. Details will be available in August 2014.
We have used Affordable for many trips and they do an excellent job. They are professional and follow through.
Sheraton in Kona: room had a musty, moldy odor. Several Very small beige colored bugs crawled on night stand where several of my bags were located as well as a glass of water. Last morning a large roach was crawling on my night stand. The location, pool, housekeeping, and restaurants at this location was excellent. Other Sheraton hotels on Waikiki, Maui and Kauai were also amazing and conveniently located on beautiful beaches.
Excellent trip. Only disappointment were some of the flights, we were not sitting together.
We really enjoyed our selves immensely. What a wonderful trip. Our guide was exquisite so knowledgeable of everything. The drivers were a trip, they had us laughing so hard, and the way they handle those big rigs is beyond me. They could turn on a dime. Our accommodations we great, all with a ocean view. Some people paid to get a whole ocean view, heck its a big ocean its all the same weather your're looking at all of it or a little bit of it. Our room at the hotel on the big island was really cool. Geez, you could sleep an army in there, I slept on the balcony cause I love the sound of the ocean and the nice cool air especially when they were have snow storms back home. BUT, even though there was cold snow when I got home, it was nice to get back. I love the seasons changes. Wouldn't change it for love nor money. Our crew we travelled with was a group of all sorts of people from all sorts of lives from all parts of the country.
We were very happy with our Hawaiian trip. We wanted to learn a lot about several Islands and this tour filled the bill.....Suggestions for future people who may take this trip...1. Know that you will have several airports experiences (going through an airport for a twenty minute ride or a 4 hour ride... IT IS STILL AN AIRPORT!...We were in 9 airports total. 2. The hotels were gorgeous but we were traveling as three guests in one room. We understood that we would be able to get a roll-away for the third guest. We were not able to get the third bed in three hotels. Hotels had double and not queen size beds so made for uncomfortable sleeping.
This tour was fantastic. The only negative I have is the air arrangements and I understand this is done through a third party. Knowing this, I will book my own air in the future.
On the Globus tour our guide was excellent. We had a GREAT time in Hawaii. Everything was well planned, the meals were excellent, and we are glad we took the trip. Thank you to our agent and our tour guide for helping to make this a once in a life time trip.
I had an Awesome time on our Grand Hawaiian Vacation. Each Island was just so beautiful. We had great weather. Our tour Director did such an awesome job, in juggling all our different needs and wants. She did go the extra mile for us. We also had outstanding Bus Drivers. In June will be our next tour. I know it will be another wonderful tour. I love Traveling with Globus
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