11-day Hawaiian Cruise & Hotel package only $2489*cad

Cruise the alluring waters of the Pacific for 7 days aboard the newly refurbished Pride of America and visit all 4 Hawaiian Islands followed by an exciting 3-night stay in the 4 star Pacific Beach Hotel located on the world-famous Waikiki beach; and remember our chauffeur-driven limo picks you up at your house!

All this for only $2,489*cad plus flight.

Itinerary

Day 1 – Honolulu, Oahu (Transfer to ship, Embark)

The big, blue Pacific and stunning Koolau mountains serve as a dramatic setting for Hawaii’s largest city. Climb to the top of Diamond Head. Take a romantic sunset stroll on Waikiki Beach. Catch a glimpse of history by visiting Pearl Harbor and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.

Day 2 – Kahului, Maui

Native Hawaiian tradition gives the origin of the island’s name in the legend of Hawaiʻiloa, the navigator credited with discovery of the Hawaiian Islands. According to that legend, Hawaiʻiloa named the island of Maui after his son, who in turn was named for the demigod Māui. The earlier name of Maui was ʻIhikapalaumaewa. The Island of Maui is also called the “Valley Isle” for the large isthmus between its northwestern and southeastern volcanoes and the numerous large valleys carved into both mountains.

Day 3 – Kahului, Maui

A surplus of natural splendor and the genuine hospitality of its people have helped to make Maui Hawaii’s second most popular island. Explore the fascinating history of the town of Lahaina. Plant yourself on a pristine beach, or play one of the world’s most beautiful golf courses.

Day 4 – Hilo, Hawaii

The entire city of Hilo is like one giant greenhouse with spectacular tropical flowers at every turn. Visit the town’s well-preserved historic buildings, which date back to the turn of the century and showcase Hawaii’s unique architecture. Just 30 miles away the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the home of the active Kilauea Volcano.

Day 5 – Kona, Hawaii

Kona offers the quintessential Hawaii experience. Sunny, warm weather and crystal blue waters entice visitors to partake in a variety of surfside fun. Snorkel amongst a kaleidoscope of tropical marine life. Take a surfing lesson, a kayaking trip or head out to deeper waters for some deep-sea fishing.

Day 6 – Nawiliwili, Kauai

Named after the Wiliwili trees, which once lined its picturesque harbor, this lovely port of Kauai is your gateway to what many believe to be Hawaii’s most beautiful island. On “The Garden Island,” nature is truly the star, from the dramatic mountains of Kokee to the cool rain forests of Haena. And the tradition of the luau adds lively entertainment unique to Hawaii.

Day 7 – Nawiliwili, Kauai

Kauaʻi’s origins are volcanic, the island having been formed by the passage of the Pacific Plate over the Hawaii hotspot. At approximately six million years old, it is the oldest of the main islands. The highest peak on this mountainous island is Kawaikini at 5,243 feet.
The second highest peak is Mount Waiʻaleʻale near the center of the island, 5,148 feet is one of the wettest spots on earth, with an annual average rainfall of 460 inches.

Day 8 – Honolulu, Oahu (Disembark, Transfer to Hotel)

The big, blue Pacific and stunning Koolau mountains serve as a dramatic setting for Hawaii’s largest city. Climb to the top of Diamond Head. Take a romantic sunset stroll on Waikiki Beach. Catch a glimpse of history by visiting Pearl Harbor and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.

Day 9 – Pacific Beach Hotel – Waikiki, Hawaii

Unwind in Pacific Beach Hotel’s comfortable, family-friendly guestrooms offering sweeping beachfront views. Explore the rich beauty of the hotel’s surroundings; brimming with endless adventure. Pacific Beach Hotel invites you to make memories that will last a lifetime in the place where Aloha lives.

Day 10 – Pacific Beach Hotel – Waikiki, Hawaii

Graceful waves roll in on legendary Waikiki Beach just steps from one of the most ideally located oceanfront hotels in Honolulu.
The area was a retreat for Hawaiian royalty in the 1800s who enjoyed surfing there on early forms of longboards. A few small hotels opened in the 1880s.
In 1893, Greek-American George Lycurgus leased the guest house of Allen Herbert and renamed it the “Sans Souci” (French for “without worries”) creating one of the first beach resorts. Later that year Robert Louis Stevenson stayed at the resort; subsequently it became a popular destination for tourists from the mainland. The area at coordinates 21°15′49″N 157°49′17″W is still called “Sans Souci Beach”.

Day 11 – Pacific Beach Hotel – Waikiki, Hawaii (Transfer to Airport)

Aloha & A hui hou!

*Price shown is per person, based on a double occupancy of an inside cabin for the January 27, 2018 sailing, other sailing dates available at various prices. Price shown is subject to change anytime prior to booking and includes taxes, fees and all transfers. Does not include flights and the OPC Indemnity Fund fee of .01%. Hotel room shown not necessarily the room offered. Limited space, additional conditions and restrictions may apply.

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