Day-1 Honolulu – Arrival and transfer to hotel. Arrive into Honolulu International airport and be transferred to your hotel. Overnight at Honolulu
Day-2 Honolulu – Pearl harbour and USS Arizona tour. Breakfast at the hotel. Wait in the lobby for pickup for your Pearl Harbor tour. The legacy of Pearl Harbor lives on, with Hawaii playing a critical role during the turn of events that reshaped world history. On this popular narrated tour of Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona Memorial and other historic Honolulu landmarks, you will explore firsthand what happened on Dec. 7, 1941 and how it greatly impacted the outcome of World War II. The excursion begins at Pearl Harbor to relive the events that unfolded on that fateful Sunday morning in 1941, when U.S. forces at Pearl Harbor came under attack by Japan, catapulting the United States into World War II. A visit by boat to the USS Arizona Memorial then offers a real-time setting for reflecting on the extensive battle that took place, leading to the loss of life of 1,177 of the ship’s crewmen. The journey then moves onward to the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, where many of those who fought for their country are buried, and finally past Honolulu’s most noteworthy historical landmarks, including Iolani Palace, Kawaiahao Church, the Hawaii State Capitol and Honolulu City Hall. After tour return back to hotel. Overnight at Honolulu.
Day-3 Honolulu – Day free to enjoy at amazing island. Day at Leisure. Overnight at Honolulu
Day-4 Fly from Honolulu – Maui – (Flight tickets not included) – Day free on your own. Arrive into Maui, transfer to the hotel. Overnight in Maui.
Day-5 Maui Tour – Enjoy - Haleakala-Iao Valley-Lahaina Tour. Breakfast at the hotel. Wait at lobby for pickup for your Haleakala-Iao Valley-Lahaina Tour. This is a tour that delights all your senses. As you travel toward some of Maui’s most breath-taking locations, you pass through rainforests and waterfalls in the cooler, wetter regions, and volcanic areas and dramatic foliage in Maui’s drier spots. There are spectacular ocean views along portions of the route. A long, ascending road through horse farms and towering eucalyptus groves takes you to Haleakala National Park. You’ll visit the spectacular volcanic crater, Mt. Haleakala, which in Hawaiian means “House of the Rising Sun.” At an altitude of 10,023 feet are literally above the clouds. Then it’s on to Iao Valley, where King Kamehameha defeated Maui’s army, and the Iao Needle, a massive, tree-covered lava formation that towers above the valley floor at a height of 2,250 feet. You’ll also visit Lahaina Town, a 19th century whaling village. Overnight in Maui.
Day-6 Maui – Departure to home country. Breakfast at the Hotel
Check out of the hotel and transfer to airport for flight to next destination / home.
Honolulu - Honolulu is the capital and the largest city of Hawaii and the getaway for the archipelago of Aloha eventually connecting the U.S.A. Inhabited in the 11th century, Honolulu was once a major port for merchant ships and grew into the center of commerce. Honolulu’s warped coastlines thump with recreation and business with tourist crowds, resorts and shopping shacks. Honolulu’s fish market, football stadium and Downtown districts offer a glimpse into the joyful culture of the Hawaiian people. Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona Memorial, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Iolani Palace, Kawaiahao Church, Hawaii State Capitol, Honolulu City Hall are major tourist attractions in Honolulu.
Maui - Maui is a beautiful piece of land floating with its mellow landscape on the Pacific Ocean. Maui is renowned as the ‘Valley Isle’ due to its awe -inspiring valleys and craters flaring up from the dense woodlands. Maui was the focal point of whaling during 1800s and still remains the best spot for whale watching and other under water adventure sports.