Hawaii - Vacation Tours & Packages

(Oahu, Waikiki, Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai)
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"The Islands of Aloha"

The Hawaiian Islands are a tourists paradise a short ½ day flight from most cities on the West Coast. MidWest and East Coast cities have a slightly longer journey but can usually accomplish their destination in a single day. We have packages on all the islands and also offer wholesale airfare when combined with a minimum car rental for those of you who have a time share or condo.

Oahu - The Gathering Place

Oahu is one of the smaller islands but is the center of big business for the islands. It is home of Honolulu, the state's largest city and Waikiki on famous Waikiki Beach. Oahu is not for the visitor who wants peaceful relaxation in their Hawaiian vacation.

Waikiki has the most hotels of all the islands and houses them in an area that is 6 blocks wide and 20 blocks long, flanked by the Ala Wai Canal on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. It has fantastic shopping, the Honolulu Zoo, lots of night life and a beautiful beach. Expect lots of people and activity.

Click here to book a package to Oahu or call (541) 485-4131 / (800) 905-4131.

Maui - The Magic Isle

Maui is the second most visited of the Hawaiian Islands after Oahu. It has fantastic beaches with lots of opportunity for diving and snorkeling. The hotels are spread out over two main areas, both on the east side of the island.

The Northern area has Lahaina, an old whaling village that is now a picturesque town with galleries, eateries and a few well placed hotels. It is home to The Banyan Tree, said to be the largest banyan tree in Hawaii it takes up a block in the center of town. Slightly farther north is the town of Kaanapali with the Whalers Village resort area. The beaches here are wonderful for snorkeling or sunning. The view of the sunset from your lanai is breathtaking. As you get into the Napili area there are more condos and a slightly less inhabited feel. Shopping and dining are back in Kaanapali and Lahaina.

Traveling south you find the town of Kihei with another stretch of beautiful beaches. You will find moderate priced hotels and condos in this area but continue on for a few short blocks and you are into the exclusive resort area of Wailea with many to choose from. The beaches in Kiehi and Wailea are good for swimming and snorkeling.

Maui offers many outdoor activities besides the obvious beach related ones. It is home to Mount Haleakala with a park at its summit and horse trails along its sides. Mountain bike companies offer excursions that start at the top and have you coasting to the bottom! Seeing lots of Maui on the way down. Try the Road to Hana that takes you by spectacular tropical scenery on your way to the tiny hamlet that has become a mecca for windsurfers. The 50 mile journey is so windy it takes 2½ hours to drive.

Maui has beautiful beaches, scenic drives, great shopping and wonderful dining. Maui is an island that offers some great getaways during the day and night life activity as well. A great spot for an active vacation or just laying by the pool.

Click here to book a package to Maui or call (541) 485-4131 / (800) 905-4131.

Kauai - The Garden Isle

Kauai is the oldest of the islands and one of the least populated of the 5 most visited. It is smaller than Maui yet has wonderful beaches and is home to the Waimea Canyon, a smaller version of the Grand Canyon and a fantastic sight. Lihue is the major town and is situated where the Wailua River flows into the ocean. It has several hotels in the Coconut Plantation Resort area. To the South is Poipu, which has a beautiful beach. To the North is Princeville and secluded Hanalei Bay. Kauai is defintely an island to go to relax and lay on the beach with the occasional outing.

Click here to book a package to Kauai or call (541) 485-4131 / (800) 905-4131.

Hawaii - The Big Island

People who live in Hawaii call their home the "Big Island" to distinguish it from the State of Hawaii. It is the largest and the youngest of the islands. Its active volanco is making the island larger every day and is the only spot in the United States you can visit that has an active volcano!! Volcanoes National Park is open to visitors year round and has an information center with videos and displays.

Hilo is on the rainy side of the island and in 1990 recorded 16 feet of rainfall!! Rainbow Falls is a beautiful waterfall right in the city. It has a few hotels right on the bay front with a row of banyons planted by distinguished visitors in the early 1920's. It is fun to walk along the sidewalk reading the names of the dignitaries who planted them, including Mark Twain.

for years. It has a host of hotels and condos along Alihi Drive. There are Kailua-Kona is the sportfishing capital that has attracted fishermen few white sand beaches on the Big Island but it offers all the water sports plus the opportunity of hiking and exploring.

The Kohala Coast has built up in recent years with resort properties that offer luxurious comfort to their clientele. The Hilton Waikoloha offers a swim with the dolphins program for their guests.

This is a good island for people who want to do a bit of everything.

Click here to book a package to the Big Island or call (541) 485-4131 / (800) 905-4131.

Molokai - The Friendly Isle

Home to Father Damien's City of Refuge, Molokai is said to be the most Hawaiian of the islands. It has the highest sea cliffs in the world! Very small, very quiet. This is a get away from it all island.

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Lanai - Hawaii's Private Island

It is located in the center of the Hawaiian chain and has only two resorts. However, golf packages are available with unlimited golf so this very small island might be a golfers dream vacation!!

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