HAWAII POST TOUR

HAWAII POST TOUR – REGISTRATION FEE $395

Hawaii Post Tour Registration Includes: 
  • Special Hotel Rates (not included in registration fee)
  • Scheduled Meals
  • Scheduled Tours and Attractions
  • Ground Transportation for Tours and Activities

Cancellation of Hawaii Post Tour must be received by November 18th, 2022
Full refunds will be given for cancellations received by November 18th, 2022

Ground transportation from Summit to LAX

Airport transfer from Grand Californian Hotel to LAX at 6:00 am. Only one transfer will be provided that morning.

Air Transportation

Attendees are encouraged to book their airline reservations to arrive on Friday, January 20th prior to 5:00 pm to attend the welcome reception.

Ground Transportation to Hotel

The Queen Kapiolani Hotel does not provide hotel transfers.
Attendees are recommended to use  Fly Shuttle Hawaii as their preferred transportation company. Please reach out to them directly to reserve your pickup/drop off: 808.260.9766.

Host Hotel

Queen Kapiolani Hotel, Waikiki Beach.
150 Kapahulu Ave
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
808.922.1941

Hotel Room Rates

$229 City View Room + 17.962% Tax  per night for King/Queen/Queen
$239 Diamond Head View Room + 17.962% Tax  per night for King/Queen/Queen
Room Rate includes: Breakfast – Saturday/Sunday
Resort Fee: Waived
Porterage (Mandatory) – $12.60

Check-in: 3:00 PM

Check-out: 11:00 AM

Complimentary Parking

Click here to reserve your hotel room

 

Important Information for your hotel stay:
Rates are available three days after the main checkout date of 1/23
Guests extending their stay should email Julie or Itzia below
Guests interested in upgrading their room to Oceanview, please email Julie or Itzia.
Julie Ogata – [email protected]
Itzia Berry – [email protected]
Hotel Room Reservation Cut-Off Date: December 20, 2022
Hotel Room Cancellation: 14 days prior to arrival – Cancellations must be made directly with hotel.
 

A group reservation link will be provided in advance to attendees.

Schedule Overview (subject to change)

Friday, Jan 20th: Arrive Honolulu

Aloha and E Komo Mai to the beautiful island of Oahu.  Attendees will arrive on their own and take transportation to the host hotel.  Join us for a welcome reception at the Queen Kapiolani Hotel, Waikiki Beach.

Saturday, Jan 21st: North Shore, Oahu

Today we’ll explore the North Shore of Oahu a popular place to take student groups.  Our first stop is Kualoa Ranch where we will have the opportunity to walk the grounds and meet with their education director.  Kualoa offers a plethora of opportunities to learn about Hawaiian culture, and participate in outdoor team-building activities and sustainable farming.  The next stop is the Polynesian Cultural Center and a quick tour through the Islands of Polynesia.   Then we are off to The Valley of the Priests, Waimea Valley, a place of cultural and religious significance. Waimea Valley offers educational tours that connect young people to the ‘aina (land) and teach the mo’oleo (story) of the valley and in turn create cultural and environmental stewards.
 
Lunch is in quaint Haleiwa town where you’ll have time to grab some Grindz (food) and explore the town.  It is also the perfect place to try Hawaii’s famous Shave Ice before setting off.  The Dole Plantation is our last stop, and we’ll have the opportunity to take the train ride around the grounds.  Of course, this is home to the famous Dole Whip, a must-try icy treat!
 
 

Sunday, Jan 22nd: Pearl Harbor Day

Rise and Shine!  We start the day with a Honolulu City Highlights tour as we make out way to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center Complex.  At the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, we’ll meet with a National Park Ranger that will escort us around the grounds.  Next up is a visit to the retired Bowfin Submarine and Pacific Fleet Museum then we are off to Ford Island and the USS Missouri “Mighty Mo” where we’ll tour the decks and see the performance area for groups before venturing over to the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.  These four sites make up the Pearl Harbor Visitor Complex which offers educational and performance opportunities.  This afternoon joins us on a sunset catamaran cruise and farewell reception post-cruise. (L)

Extend Your Stay – Our colleagues at Polynesian Adventures are happy to help you spend a few more days in beautiful Hawaii!

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