Presentation on theme: "Hawaiian Land and Sea Cruise January 5-15, 2011 Benefit for Amelia Earhart Fellowship Aloha Amelia!"— Presentation transcript:
Hawaiian Land and Sea Cruise January 5-15, 2011 Benefit for Amelia Earhart Fellowship Aloha Amelia!
Aloha Amelia! On Land in Honolulu Wednesday January 5, 2011 Arrive in Honolulu, Oahu and transfer to the Sheraton Princess Kailani. The remainder of your day is at your leisure. Thursday January 6, 2011 Our bus will pick up our group from the hotel for an excursion to the Polynesian Cultural Center for authentic island crafts, history, music, dinner luau and a spectacular Polynesian show with more than 100 performers. Full day excursion. Friday January 7, 2011 Our bus will pick us up from the hotel for a tour of Pearl Harbor’s famous battleship row with a dramatic narration, a visit to the USS Arizona and the impressive Memorial. Then on to a impressive city tour of Honolulu.
January 8 Anchors Aweigh! Your day is free before boarding your cruise ship, The Norwegian’s Pride of America. Once on board, there’s time to explore your home for the next seven nights. During your cruise, you will have the freedom to choose from many amenities on board. Ship departs at 8 p.m for Maui. January 9 Kahului,Maui (overnight) Good morning and welcome to Kahului,Maui! The Valley Isle has been voted the best island in the world for six years in a row. This tropical paradise has it all: spectacular beaches, cascading waterfalls, flourishing jungles bursting with color and birdsong, dramatic volcanic craters, and charming Hawaiian towns. The next two days you are free to book one of the many excursions available. Why not visit The Maui Tropical Plantation and the lush Iao Valley or another option is lunch in the historic whaling town of Lahaina and capital of the Hawaiian monarchy. January 10 Kahului, Maui (Depart at 6:00 pm for Hilo) Another day in paradise offers you the flexibility to enjoy one of the many beaches that surround Maui. For early risers, consider an excursion to view Haleakala volcano. You’ll marvel at the Crater’s eerie, lunar-like landscape of cinder cones and ancient lava formation. January 11 Hilo, Hawaii Welcome to Hilo on the “Big Island” of Hawaii. You will have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of shore excursions. The most popular tours feature Volcanoes National Park, Halemaumau Fire Pit, Kilauea Iki Crater, the Hawai’i Volcano Observatory, Jaggar Museum, the Thurston Lava Tube, and the yummy Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory. Departure is at 6:00 pm with an evening sail by Mount Kilauea.
January 12 Kona Hawaii We have sailed around the Big Island of Hawaii and are now in Kona. Enjoy Kona’s underwater paradise from above while cruising on a 36 foot glass-bottom boat or enjoy a journey through Kona’s coffee country, past ancient temples and see breath taking costal scenery. Choose to take a helicopter ride for a bird’s eye view of Kilauea Volcano’s active areas ranging from surface flows to bubbling lava. Depart at 6:00 pm January 13 Nawiliwili, Kauai (overnight) The Garden Isle of Kauai has a lush, rural feel and a laid back lifestyle. A full day of activity awaits your participation. You may choose an excursion to the dramatic natural attraction of the 2,857 foot deep Waimea Canyon and a ride up the Wailua River to the famed Fern Grotto. An excursion is available to the Huleia National Wildlife Refuge, which has two secluded waterfalls and a quiet stream. Swim, go jungle kayaking or hiking, or picnic. Perfect! January 14 Nawiliwili, Kauai Today is the perfect day to relax and enjoy the sandy beaches of Kauai or shop for souvenirs before departing for Honolulu at 2:00 p.m. January 15 Honolulu, Oahu Arrive in Honolulu at 7:00 a.m. Disembarkation usually begins two hours after docking. The trip ends this morning with guests departing on individual schedules. Please schedule flights for latter in the day. Bring your camera and wear comfortable shoes Due to security reasons, all guests must be on board 1 hour before sailing.