From one island to another, the highlights of Hawaii

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Day 1:  Honolulu for 2 nights
Pick up car at the airport
Accommodation at Halekulani*****
Located on Waikiki Beach overlooking Diamond Head, the Halekulani hotel boasts 3 restaurants, a live jazz lounge, and a day spa. A spacious lanai is provided in each guest room. Free WiFI is available throughout the property.
A fresh fruit bowl and signature chocolates welcome guests in each room at Halekulani. All guest rooms include a luxurious en suite bathroom with plush bathrobes, premium toiletries, marble vanities, deep soaking tub and a separate glassed-in shower. A flat-screen TV is also provided.
The oceanfront, internationally-awarded La Mer restaurant, open daily for dinner, features fine French cuisine utilizing fresh, local Hawaiian ingredients. Orchids restaurant offers seafood specialties for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a sumptuous Sunday brunch. Oceanfront casual terrace dining and nightly entertainment is available at the landmark A House Without a Key restaurant.
The Spa Halekulani offers a complete menu of treatments incorporating traditional Polynesian rituals. Massages, facials, body therapies and beauty services are offered. A full-service business centre is located on site. A heated swimming pool with glass tile mosaic and views of Waikiki Beach is offered, and pool attendants are available to fulfill guest requests.

Oahu is the busiest island in the Hawaiian archipelago. Discover Waikiki Beach and its American-style skyscrapers, its bars, trendy restaurants, fashion boutiques.

Day 2:
To see and do – Admire the viewpoint of Diamond Head – stroll through Haleiwa, the surfing capital of the world – visit the Pearl Harbor Memorial – watch a traditional show at the Polynesian Cultural Center – bask in more than 200 km of beaches

Boat or kayak Tour in Kaneohe Bay
Kayak and snorkel beautiful Kane’ohe Bay at your own pace and experience the pristine waters, reefs, and diverse sea life that are totally unique to the Bay!  You can even check out the world-famous “sunken island” sandbar, if you’re up for it!  We’ll give you a waterproof map of the bay, our expert staff will give you a brief lesson on safe kayaking and snorkeling procedures, and then you’ll be all set for your day on the bay!
Kane’ohe Bay is protected from open ocean swell and current by Oahu’s only barrier reef, which makes it perfect for paddlers of all ages and ability levels!  This barrier reef has allowed marine life to flourish and as a result, Kane’ohe Bay contains some of the most stunning snorkeling that you can experience on the Hawaiian Islands!

Day 3:  Kauai for 3 nights
Drop off car at the airport
Flight to Lihue about 45 minutes
Pick up car at the airport
Accommodation at Ko’a Kea Hotel & Resort at Poipu Beach****
Located on Poipu Beach on Kauai’s south shore, this boutique Koloa resort offers an on-site restaurant and spa. Furnished balconies and free Wi-Fi are included in all luxurious guest rooms.
A flat-screen TV and a coffee machine are available in each air-conditioned room at Koa Kea Hotel & Resort. Upscale furnishings, subtle coloured linens, plush bathrobes and premium toiletries are also provided. Select rooms offer ocean views from a balcony or patio.
Boasting ocean views, the Red Salt Restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner and serves American fare featuring fresh Hawaiian seafood and produce. A poolside bar serving lunch is also offered at the 100% non-smoking Kauai Koa Kea Hotel & Resort. 24-hour room service is available.
The spa at Koa Kea incorporates natural local ingredients in their massage, facial and body treatments. Oceanside and in-room massage services are also available.
An outdoor pool is available for guest relaxation. Valet parking is provided.

From November to May, this part of the Pacific is on the migration trajectory of humpback whales; always keep an eye on the horizon.

Day 4:
Nicknamed « Garden Island », Kauai Island is the most unspoiled of all the islands.
It is still inhabited by the largest number of native Hawaiians.
A true paradise for hikers, you can walk around the island, especially around the Waimea Canyon, the largest canyon in the Pacific, or along the wild coast of Na Pali, where there are sea caves, waterfalls, white sand beaches, cliffs…
Try the food trucks of Hanalei, walk the crescent-shaped beach that features a gorgeous backdrop of lush majestic mountains hugged by low-lying clouds. It is so beautiful, in fact, that it appeared in the classic film South Pacific. Take a stroll along the historic Hanalei Pier, relax, and enjoy the stunning vistas around you. 
Take a picture at Hanalei Valley Lookout.  This spectacular spot is among the ‘most photographed’, ‘most famous’, and even ‘most attractive’ locations on the entire island of Kauai.  It is simply beautiful with waterfalls, lush taro fields, and even a rainbow or two. The postcard-perfect view seems to change colors with the variations in cloud and weather conditions, making it seem even more magical.

Private helicopter Tour
50 minutes out of time over breathtaking landscapes: the Na Pali Coast and its chiseled cliffs, the Waimea Canyon and its hidden waterfalls, Bali Hai Cliffs and the turquoise waters of Hanalei Bay, and finally the Mount Waialeale, heart of the ancient volcano and one of the wettest sites on earth from which no less than 14 waterfalls flow.

Day 5:
Private Waimea Canyon & Nāpali Cliff Top Hike
Hike to a view of the Nāpali Coast from a unique vantage point few have seen – a narrow ridge thousands of feet above the ocean – on this one-of-a-kind Kauaʻi adventure.
Private Kauai Jeep Tour with picnic on the beach
Your five hour journey begins at your hotel where we’ll pick you up in one of our customized Jeeps outfitted for comfort and sightseeing. From there, settle in for a relaxing, scenic drive to Waimea Canyon, better known as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” This 3,600 foot deep, 14 mile-long geological wonder provides panoramic views of crested buttes, rugged crags, and deep valley gorges with grand inland vistas that go on for miles. Enjoy a private tour as you travel down the canyon’s main road.
If you’re a hiker or feeling fit and ready to really work off your no-host lunch, you have the option to explore the beautiful scenery as we take you on an exhilarating hike to stunning Waipoo Falls, an 800 foot cascading waterfall. This moderate but tranquil hike will lead you along the canyon as you overlook the Kokee Rainforest. The trail ends at the top of Waipoo Falls, where you’ll be treated to a spectacular view from the top of this amazing waterfall to the canyon below. Cool-off in the nearby stream and enjoy the peace and splendor of this marvelous landscape.
We can also take to you is to see Spouting Horn, a blowhole on Kauai’s sunny south shore (one of the most photographed spots on the island). Watch as the Poipu surf channels a natural lava tube and releases a huge spout of water during large swells. In the winter, the Spouting Horn blowhole is an ideal place for spotting humpback whales.
There are many other local favorites that we’d love to share with you, as our guides can take you to those little-known spots for seeing some of the best Kauai. Depending on how you choose to utilize your five-hour tour, you can go to a popular resting place for the critically endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal to observe these graceful giants. You can see one of the longest and most beautiful stretches of beach on the island tucked up against the edge of our famous NaPali Coast. These and many more are all possibilities for your tour as time allows so we recommend sharing with your guide your interests as you coordinate your day.
This is a “go at your own pace” tour and our local guides will tailor your experience based on your personal desires. If you want more beach time, local foods or hiking time, please let us know so we can make these five hours what is best for you and your custom Kauai adventure. We understand that time is precious and we want to make the most of yours.

Day 6: Big Island for 4 nights
Drop off car at the airport
Flight to Kona, on Big Island (55 minutes)
Pick-up car at the airport
Accommodation at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Autograph Collection****
Featuring beachfront location and a top-rated golf course, the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Autograph Collection offers a fresh flower lei greeting upon arrival, as well access to the array of water activities, on-site bars and restaurants, and private beach services.
All guest rooms offer a private lanai with views of the ocean or the golf course. All guest rooms also include nightly turn-down service, a built-in entertainment centre with a flat screen TV and an electronics charging station, a refrigerator, and a coffee machine. The private bathrooms provide free toiletries, a hairdryer, bathrobes, and slippers. The Art of Mauna Kea, a beautiful coffee-table book about Mr. Rockefeller’s art collection, is also available for the guest’s enjoyment.
The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel’s on-site restaurant, Manta, offers a daily breakfast buffet and dinner made with locally sourced food. There is also Copper Bar, which hosts the cocktail and happy hour, as well as lunch. Guests have access to the restaurants at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel, the sister property. A complimentary dining shuttle operates in the evening.

Day 7:
A day to enjoy the sea
Learn to surf or review the basics already acquired – get lazy on the magnificent beaches of the coast – dive into the most beautiful reefs of the archipelago – discover Kailua-Kona, a small town that was for a long time the capital of the kings of Hawaii and still preserves several royal residences – visit the Kaloko-Honokohau National Park and its turtles – hold a seahorse at the Ocean Rider Seahorse Farm – a walk in the surrounding coffee plantations

A snorkeling trip with manta rays – a catamaran cruise along the coasts of Kona.
Head out into the Pacific Ocean off Kona to see the sunset over the water before diving in to enjoy swimming freely with Manta Rays in their underwater nighttime realm, an electric experience unlike anything else in the world.

Day 8: 
Drive to Volcano Village, in the southern part of the island. Located at the edge of Volcano National Park, the small community entirely devoted to tourism is perched at an altitude of 1000 m, on the side of the Kilauea volcano, in the middle of a dense tropical rain forest.

Accommodation at Volcano Village Lodge***
Surrounded by rainforest, this lodge features a hot tub, garden waterfalls and koi ponds on the property. Free Wi-Fi is offered in all rooms. Volcanoes National Park is just 10 minutes’ drive away.
Featuring a furnished wood balcony, each room offers a fireplace and a kitchenette with a dining area and coffee-making facilities at Volcano Village Lodge. Plush bathrobes in the en suite bathroom are offered. Cathedral ceilings with exposed wood beams and plush white linens are featured.
A light, complimentary breakfast is provided in rooms the evening before and guests can enjoy it in their rooms at their own schedule. A daily maid service is offered. A business centre is also featured at Hawaii Volcano Village Lodge.
Featuring an active lava flow, Kilauea Volcano is 15 minutes’ drive away. Kaimu Beach Park is 1 hours’ drive away. Hilo International Airport is over 48 km away.

Day 9:
The Volcano National Park is made up of two of the most impressive volcanoes in the world. If the Kilauea is one of the most active on the planet, the Mauna Loa is the highest (4170m). The spectacular natural landscapes and geological activity make this region as exciting as it is disturbing. The rain, frequent on the island, does not disturb the observation of wild life or that of the magnificent lava flows, some of which still glowing plunge into the ocean.

Private visit of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Benefit from a flexible itinerary and personalized attention on this private tour of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. With a guide dedicated to just you and your party, walk over cooled lava flows and through a rain forest to see steam vents in action. Take the option of a super-early 5am start time if you’d like to catch the sunrise over Kilauea before the crowds arrive for the day.

Day 10:  Maui for 5 nights
Drop off car at the airport
Flight to Kahului, on the island of Maui (40 minutes).
Pick-up car at the airport
Drive to Wailea-Makena, in the southwest of the island, which stretches its beaches from south to north in an accordion. Its fame, Wailea-Makena owes above all to its generously sandy coastline and to vegetation as dense as well maintained.

Accommodation at Hotel Wailea*****
Nestled on a cliff overlooking Maui’s southern coastline on 15 landscaped acres, the Hotel Wailea, Relais & Chateaux – Adults Only features luxurious facilities and spacious suites.
Each suite at Hotel Wailea boasts free WiFi and a private, furnished deck with a view of the ocean or garden. Amenities such as plush bathrobes and deep soaking tubs ensure a comfortable stay.
Guests can enjoy the stunning views of the ocean. Beach services include free bottled water, beach chairs and umbrellas.
Guests can also enjoy inspired island-to-table cuisine in two intimate settings at The Restaurant at Hotel Wailea. The Lanai offers sunset ocean views, and The Garden offers romantic al fresco dining amid sculpted gardens. The hotel also offers a unique private dining experience in The Treehouse, where guests are treated by a personal chef in a ocean view outdoor setting amid a canopy of mangoes and avocados.

Day 11:
Hike in the Iao Valley under the lava needles covered with jungle – Haleakala National Park and its gigantic volcano – rave about the prowess of surfers who have come to tame some of the wildest waves in the world – unwind for miles to discover the little ones fishing ports, whaling towns, sugar cane fields …

Day 12
Catamaran trip with snorkeling stop in Molokini, an island born from a submerged crater that has become one of the most popular diving spots in Hawaii.
On a clear day one can see up to 150 feet of visibility inside Molokini
Molokini is estimated to have been created by an eruption 230,000 years ago
Molokini crater is 23 acres total and it’s highest elevation is 165 feet
There are close to 250 species of fish and 38 species of coral at Molokini
Molokini was largely used for fishing after the first Polynesian settlers arrived

Day 13: 
Drive to Hana on the other side of the island, set alone at the end of a huge tropical forest, which you gain by taking the superb panoramic road of Hana – no less than 620 turns and 59 bridges.

Accommodation at Travaasa Hana****
Surrounded by 70 acres of lush tropical gardens, Travaasa Hana offers spa wellness classes, local activities such as lei making, and outdoor adventure activities such as horseback riding.
Each cottage boasts a terrace with ocean views, a complimentary loaf of banana bread, and a refrigerator with complimentary bottled water. Suites offer a fully equipped kitchen and a TV with cable channels in the living room.
Ka’uiki Restaurant is located on-site and serves Asian-infused breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The unique Polynesian dishes can be enjoyed with local wines and beers at Hana Travaasa. Guests can take classes on mixology, the art of making a cocktail, as well as learning to make smoothies.
The Spa at Travaasa Hana offers massages, body treatments, and facials. An outdoor pool and hot tub are provided at this resort. Outdoor activities include canoeing and stand up paddleboarding, bamboo pole fishing, Hawaiian net throwing, and bicycle rides.

Day 14:
Day at leisure to relax

Day 15:
Drop off car at the airport
Fly to Honolulu for flight back to the main land



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