Tropical Hawaii Adventure 2018Tour details
Available to: All Students
Our tours website: Hawaii: The Island State
Date: Feburary Vacation 2018
Tour Leader: Ms. Shauna Campbell

Hawaii : The Island State - 6 days EF is offering Scholarships.
This tour is FULL
Honolulu, Hilo, Kona
In Hawaii you will travel to lavish archaeological sites, recent volcanic cones, lush marine life and World War II memorials. Join us and discover Hawaii’s royal beginnings and Polynesian traditions while enjoying a traditional luau dinner.

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Arrival in Honolulu
Receive a lei greeting
Take a walking tour of Waikiki

Day 2: Honolulu

Hike Diamond Head
Take a guided tour of Honolulu
    • Punch Bowl Cemetery
    • King Kamehameha statue
    • State Capitol
Make a photo stop at the Nu'uanu Pali Lookout
Enjoy free time at Kalakaua Avenue

Day 3: Honolulu

Visit the USS Arizona Memorial
Visit the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park
Visit the USS Missouri Memorial
Enjoy free time in downtown Honolulu
Enjoy a dinner cruise

Day 4: Honolulu

Visit the Dole Plantation
Ali'i Luau at the Polynesian Cultural Center

Day 5: Waikiki

Enjoy free time at Waikiki Beach
Return to the Big Island

Day 6: Honolulu

Arrive home

USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL On December 7, 1941, the USS Arizona was bombed during the Japanese air raid on Pearl Harbor. The battleship sank in just nine minutes, and today, more than 70 years later, the deck of the ship still lies just six feet below the surface of the sea. The lives of the 1,177 sailors and Marines who died in the Arizona attack are commemorated at a poignant memorial that was built out over the water, running across the ship’s sunken hull below. Accessible only by boat, the memorial contains the ship’s bell, one of its anchors, and a shrine room displaying the names of the men who lost their lives that tragic day

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WAIKIKI BEACH Long before it became a top destination for surfers and sunbathers from around the world, Waikiki (translated from Hawaiian as “spouting fresh water”) was a cherished vacation retreat for Hawaiian royalty. In the 1800s, the royals would surf here on an early type of longboard. Today Waikiki is one of the most well-known beach resort towns in the world. Each year it plays host to surfing competitions, hula dancing and outrigger canoe races.


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