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  • Maui

    Consistently voted the ‘World’s Best Island’, Maui is widely regarded as one of the most romantic and enchanting destinations on earth.


    It is known as the ‘Valley Isle’ and was the ancient playground for Hawaiian Royalty. The island is largely rural with a small and wonderfully hospitable population and a host of attractions and natural wonders, including 42 miles of beautiful beaches and the largest dormant volcano crater in the world.

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    • Surfers

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    • Sea Turtles

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    There's so much to see and do on Maui that you really do need to start early.....early enough to see the sunrise.....a very special sunrise, in fact, the most glorious sunrise you'll ever see, atop Haleakala Crater. The drive from Kaanapali is approximately two hours but it really is well worth it.

    On the way down from Haleakala, enjoy breakfast then take in the glories of this special area of Maui. Visit a flower farm in Kula, shops and galleries in the old cowboy town of Makawao and the award-winning Tedeschi Winery.

    Head north then east to Hana. The world-renowned 'Road to Hana' is a destination in itself! Passing through fun and funky Pa'ia Town, the windsurfer capital of the universe, this spectacular drive soon leaves the known world behind and transports you through rain forests, past waterfalls and black sand beaches to the 'emerald' village that everyone calls Heavenly Hana. Some of the most unforgettable scenery in the world can be found in Hana, including Seven Pools.

    The road from Hana is markedly different with starkly etched lava streams from Mt Haleakala's last eruption some 200 years ago creating a landscape of barren beauty flowing in natural stone sculptures to the sea.

    Now it's time to head west along the southern route to what was historically the capital of the Hawaiian Islands, the old whaling town of Lahaina. Although designated a National Historic Landmark, Lahaina has a great mix of many historic treasures and the up-to-date fun and excitement visitors are looking for from art galleries, every kind of restaurant imaginable and a thriving nightlife. Every Friday night is art Night when you can get 'up close and personal' with some of the thousands of extraordinary creative people who choose Maui as the ideal place to inspire their artistic vision.

    Kaanapali is a fabulous region of this island where you will find beautiful resort hotels, shopping and spectacular golf courses, all offering magnificent views across the warm Pacific waters. From December to April it is a common sight to spot humpback whales frolicking.

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    • Top Tip 1

      Download the Hawaii Tourism Authority ‘App’ – GoHawaii from the App Store. It’s loaded with helpful and useful information and tips about the islands.

    • Top Tip 2

      Drive the Road to Hana, along the east shore of Maui. It’s one of the Pacific’s most scenic routes; stop to enjoy the waterfalls and other beauty spots en route.

    • Top Tip 3

      Everyone does it, but it really is worth a visit to Pearl Harbour and the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial.

    • Top Tip 4

      On the Big Island of Hawaii, take a helicopter excursion and fly over the lava flow region of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

    • Top Tip 5

      Take a drive over to Hanalei Bay on the north shore of Kauai. It's where South Pacific was filmed.

    • Top Tip 6

      Hawaii’s whale-watching season is from December to April so take some time out on the water.

    • Top Tip 7

      The Na Pali coast on the north-west side of Kauai boasts rugged 3000 ft high cliffs covered in lush green vegetation. You can only see it by helicopter or on a boat excursion. Prepare to be amazed.

    • Top Tip 8

      Oahu's north shore is home to two of the best surfing spots in the world - Sunset Beach and Waimea Bay. The waters tend to be calm during the summer months, however, the winter weather systems create waves up to 30 ft high so it's a great place to watch the daring surfers.

    • Top Tip 9

      If you're staying at the Hyatt Regency Maui, make sure you take the Tour of the Stars. You'll view the stars through Hawaii's only recreational telescope, located on the roof of the hotel. Book in advance as seating is limited and you won’t want to miss it.

    • Top Tip 10

      Take a snorkelling tour by catamaran from Maui to Molokini Crater. You can depart from Lahaina; however it can get pretty choppy so we recommend you leave from Maalaea Bay for a shorter and calmer crossing.

    • Top Tip 11

      It means a very early start, but drive to the top of the Haleakala Volcano on the island of Maui and watch the sunrise – simply spellbinding.

  • Hawaiian Dream

    Begins in San Francisco, California and ends in Los Angeles, California

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: year round

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    Your fly drive includes

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Accommodation as stated
    • Hawaiian Beach

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    • Lei

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    • Surf Boards

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    • Waikiki Beach

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    • Hawaiian Hibiscus Flowers

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    • Polo Beach Maui

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    • Surfing in Maui

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    • Sea Turtles

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    • Golden Gate Bridge

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    • Alamo Square San Francisco

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    • Rodeo Drive , Beverly Hills

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    • Los Angeles Sunset

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    • Lifeguard on Santa Monica Beach

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    Day 01

    Arrive San Francisco

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to San Francisco. Upon arrival, transfer independently to the Handlery Union Square Hotel, which offers spectacular views of the city skyline and is conveniently located on San Francisco’s historic Union Square.

    Hotel: Handlery Union Square Hotel

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    San Francisco

    There’s a myriad of attractions to enjoy in this enchanting city, but no visit to San Francisco is complete without a visit to Golden Gate Bridge. Walk across it, take a bike tour or even hop on a Segway, and enjoy bird’s eye views of the boats traversing far below. In addition, don’t miss visiting Fisherman’s Wharf, Lombard Street, Alcatraz and Market Street – where the biggest names in retail can be found. With over 50 hills in the city to climb, you will appreciate a ride on one of the famous cable cars, which connect the waterfront with downtown.

    Hotel: Handlery Union Square Hotel

    Day 04

    Oahu

    Depart San Francisco on your chosen flight to Honolulu on Hawaii’s Oahu. Upon arrival, transfer to the Modern Honolulu, a wonderfully relaxing ocean front resort on Waikiki Beach which will be your base for the next four nights. For the rest of the day you may choose to enjoy a romantic walk along Waikiki Beach or just relax by the pool and make the most of the wonderful facilities at this great resort.

    Hotel: The Modern Honolulu

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    Oahu

    For the next three days immerse yourself in the Island’s sparkling beaches, hidden coves, famous attractions and dazzling nightlife. You may choose to head east from Waikiki through Kapi'olani Park and follow the road towards Hawaii's most recognizable landmark, Diamond Head. It has a couple of scenic overlooks where you can watch the surfers along the South Shore. For fantastic snorkelling we suggest a visit to Hanauma Bay and continuing past the Blow Hole and Sandy Beach to Makapu'u, providing a perfect place to enjoy sights of the real Hawaii. Of course, visiting Pearl Harbour should also be on your ‘to do’ list.

    Hotel: The Modern Honolulu

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    Maui

    Your short flight today takes you to the ‘Valley Island’ of Maui. Sweeping towards the old whaling town of Lahaina, you’ll have the opportunity to see Iao Needle and see the islands sugar cane fields. Although a designated National Historic Landmark, Lahaina has a great mix of historic treasures combined with modern day excitement including an eclectic mix of restaurants and evening nightlife.

    Hotel: Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa

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    Maui

    There's so much to see and do on Maui that you really do need to start early; perhaps even early enough to see the most glorious sunrise imaginable, which can be witnessed from atop Haleakala Crater. We also suggest heading north east to Hana. The world-renowned 'Road to Hana' is a destination in itself! Some of the most unforgettable scenery in the world can be found here, including Seven Pools. Kaanapali is another fabulous region of Maui with an abundance of restaurants and spectacular golf courses, all offering magnificent views across the warm Pacific waters.

    Hotel: Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa

    Day 12

    Los Angeles

    Perhaps spend your last morning by the pool before making your way to the airport for your flight back to the mainland. The Garland, your hotel for the next three nights, is located in the close to Universal Studios and the Hollywood area. Don’t forget to glance north toward the Hollywood Hills to see the Hollywood Sign, clearly visible in the distance.

    Hotel: The Garland

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    Los Angeles

    The next two days are yours to discover why ‘The City of Angels’ is such a popular destination. If shopping is your idea of bliss then Rodeo Drive and Melrose will not disappoint; with famous stores and boutiques frequently visited by Hollywood’s celebrity residents. Santa Monica is definitely worth a visit too. Wander down the famous pier, dine on fresh seafood and enjoy more fabulous shopping. For those seeking fun and thrills, both Universal Studios and Disneyland are close by. We also suggest a visit to the Getty Center containing centuries’ worth of art and design, all sitting in a stunning architectural setting.

    Hotel: The Garland

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    Jouney Home

    There may be time for some last minute sightseeing, before making the journey back to Los Angeles International Airport for your return flight to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2980 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

  • Haleakala, Iao Valley & Lahaina

    Maui

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    This is an exploration of some of Maui’s famous natural and cultural landmarks, which takes you on a journey through rainforests dotted with waterfalls, volcanic sites and dramatic foliage and includes breathtaking ocean views. Once at Haleakala National Park the tour includes a visit to the spectacular volcanic crater where you can view Mauna Loa volcano, even though it’s located on a neighbouring island! Makawao and Wailuku towns offer an introduction to Maui’s locals. On the return journey, watch out for Ioa Needle in The Ioa Valley, a massive, tree-covered lava formation. 

    Duration: 12 hours

    Prices

    From £105 per person

    Heavenly Hana Adventure

    Maui

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    • Heavenly Hana Adventure

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    This all day tour visits some of the most beautiful regions of Maui, and showcases many scenic spots. The lush, winding road to Hana has more than 600 curves over a 68 mile stretch. Your journey weaves through dense forest and crosses 59 bridges en route to the eastern coast of the island. Once in Hana, there’s time to enjoy the charm of this sleepy, rural village before making the return journey.

    This tour also includes breakfast and lunch service for your convenience.

    Duration: 1 Day

     

     

    Prices

    From £145 per person

    Maui Helicopter Sightseeing, Hawaii

    Maui

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    Maui Dream

    The exquisite beauty and mystique of this island is captured with this Maui helicopter tour. Soar into the sky and experience the serenity of Maui, "The Valley Isle" on this complete circle island expedition. Climb above Haleakala National Park with intimate views of the crater, the Hana Rainforest, West Maui Mountains and lao Valley State Park.

    View Maui's lush landscape, breathtaking coastlines, hidden valleys, scenic waterfalls and the sharp blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Fly near Lahaina, Kapalua, Kaanapali, Wailea and Hana and witness the stark contrast from upcountry to the beaches of Hawaii's second largest island.       

    Duration: 1 hour

    Maui Spirit

    This exhilarating helicopter tour in Maui soars above the island's famous volcano, waterfalls and the Hana Rainforest on this eastern island journey. Haleakala National Park is home to the world's largest dormant volcano capped by its moonlike crater and large lava flows. See the Hana Rainforest from the best view possible, the sky!

    Soar high above the jagged cliffs, amazing waterfalls and some of the most isolated areas of the island. Highlights include views of Haleakala Crater, Old Hana Town, the Manawainui Valley and the breathtaking Maui coastline. In the distance, see the crescent shaped island of Molokini and the cities of Kihei, Wailea and Makena. During the winter, keep your eyes open for marine life including humpback whales.      

    Duration: 45 minutes

    Molokai Voyage

    Explore the beauty and scenery of two Hawaiian Islands - Maui and Molokai - on this multi-island expedition. Your adventure begins at Kahului Heliport with a visit to the world’s largest sea cliffs, which are located on 'The Friendly Isle' of Molokai. Molokai’s waterfalls, including Kahiwa Falls are the tallest among all the Hawaiian Islands and you'll enjoy a bird’s eye view of them along with the remote north shore, Halawa Valley and the vast Molokai fish ponds. Next, fly over the Pailolo channel featuring some of the most scenic waters of the islands including the awesome sight of Elephant Rock. Once over Maui, you'll get intimate views of the western portion of the island including the famous lao Valley State Park, a vegetation-covered lava rainforest. The highlights of Maui will include Honokohau Falls, the tallest waterfall on the island, distant views of the dormant volcano, Haleakala and the West Maui Mountains.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Prices

    Maui Dream

    From £365 per person.

    Maui Spirit

    From £299 per person.

    Molokai Voyage

    From £335 per person.