Honolulu Hawaii Singles Vacation Daily Itinerary
Vacation Day 1 - Sunday: Arrive in Honolulu
Arrive at Honolulu airport and take our provided shuttle to the Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort. No activities are planned for today but arrive early and lounge at the hotel pool or on the beach. Tonight meet and greet your host and fellow vacationers. Then enjoy a wonderful dinner (not included), poolside with live music by legendary Hawaiian entertainers.
Vacation Day 2 - Monday: Polynesian Cultural Center - HA Breath of Life Show
What better way to begin our vacation than to immerse ourselves in the many cultures of the Pacific Islands at the 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center? We will stroll through a complex of recreated villages in Aotearoa (New Zealand), ancient Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, Samoa and Tonga. At each stop, we will find hands-on activities and demonstrations showing cultural wonders like the art of fire dancing, climbing 50-foot trees in bare feet, spear-throwing, coconut-husking, and the Haka warrior dance! Enjoy the regional culinary delights of Polynesian culture as you sample Tahitian coconut bread or “poi”, the staple Hawaiian food made out of taro. Explore some of the traditions of the different islands like lei-making, or try your skill at playing derua and making Fijian music.
Then enjoy an island feast of savory Hawaiian, Asian and mainland entrees served buffet sytle. After dinner experience "HА™" - the spectacle of over a hundred performers from across the Pacific, drums, dance, all new music and special effects, a fire spewing volcano and a world renowned fire knife performance. Come. Breathe it in. And let the island spirit live in you.
Vacation Day 3 - Tuesday: Waikiki Ocean Club
For fun in the Hawaiian sun off the coast of Waikiki Beach, there’s no better place to head than the Waikiki Ocean Club on the pristine Pacific Ocean. Waiting for us 300 yards off shore is the Ocean Club Catamaran, a floating playground stocked full of fun and exciting activities. Swimming in a refreshing pool on a hot day is great, but sometimes nothing short of a dip in the ocean will do. At the Waikiki Ocean Club, swim to your heart’s content in the Pacific Ocean’s wonderful waters and then dry off in the spectacular sun on the deck of the catamaran. There are also three platforms for diving and a 15-foot slide to go down if that’s more your speed! Take advantage of snorkel gear and explore all the underwater offerings in the area.
Want to take part in more adventerous aquatic activities, there are certainly plenty of options to choose from. For an additional cost, take a Jet Ski out for a spin, hit the waves on a banana sled, or try parasailing. Kayaks are also available.. Just want to relax then stretch out on luxurious chaise lounges and bathe in the warm Hawaiian sunshine on the large sun deck.
Tonight let's stroll, windown shop and dine at the Waikiki Beach Walk, an outdoor entertainment plaza, nearly fifty new retailers and sixteen dining establishments.
Vacation Day 4 - Wednseday: Pearl Harbor & Historical City Tour
The Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City Tour is one of Oahu's most popular sightseeing experiences and gives you a special look at Honolulu's history.We will travel first to historic Pearl Harbor, where we will have time to tour the renovated Pearl Harbor Memorial Museum and Visitor Center, the hub for all four Pearl Harbor historic sites: WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument (USS Arizona Memorial), USS Bowfin Submarine Museum, USS Missouri Memorial, and the Pacific Aviation Museum.
After our visit, we are off on a fully narrated tour of Honolulu city highlights. We will pass Punchbowl Crater, part of an extinct volcano and now home to the National Cemetery of the Pacific. Downtown see the state capitol and Washington Place, former home of Hawaiian royalty and Hawaii's governors.
A stop at the King Kamehameha statue allows time to take photos. View Iolani Palace, the only royal palace on American soil (and an attraction that you can visit later using your Go Oahu Card), and Kawaiahao Church, where services are still held in the native Hawaiian language. Our tour winds up with a drive through Chinatown before returning to Waikiki in the early afternoon.
Vacation Day 5 - Thursday: Beach and Pool Day - Sunset Dinner Sail
Free day to enjoy our wonderful vacation resort and the beach at Waikiki. Prefer to be more active then hike Diamond Head or the Makapuu Lighthouse trail.
Get ready for an incredible evening in open air on a sunset dinner sail! As the setting sun reflects off the city skyline and the peak of Diamond Head stands above the blue Pacific water, you’ll be reminded why you came to Hawaii in the first place… To discover the beauty of paradise! Including a delicious island-style menu, tasty tropical cocktails and a stunningly beautiful Hawaiian sunset, there’s no better way to end a day in the tropics than on an evening cruise!
Vacation Day 6 - Friday: Hanauma Bay
With its diverse population of marine life, as well as a large and rich coral reef, Hanauma Bay was declared an official protected Marine Life Conservation Area and underwater park in 1967, making this stunning natural wonder a "must see!" For anyone wanting to experience the best of Oahu, this is a tour that should not be missed!
Within the bay's calm waters, we can swim through a coral reef with more than 450 species of vibrant tropical fish, a quarter.or which are native to Hawaii. Snorkeling accessories are available for an additional cost - including underwater cameras, dry snorkels, corrective lens masks, and flotation vests - or bring your own gear if you prefer.
Enjoy the 10 minute fireworks display on the Waikiki beach before we walk to a local restaurant for dinner.
Vacation Day 7 - Saturday: Germaine's Luau
This morning is your last chance to catch those final rays or make your last purchase at an authentic Waikiki store.
Aloha! Tonight we immerse ourselves in the most authentic luau in Hawaii. After being warmly greeted with a traditional shell lei, we'll witness a dazzling Polynesian show of dance and music, and savor an all-you-can-eat feast under the stars. This multi-course buffet includes both American and Hawaiian selections. While enjoying our dinner, native performers will take us on a journey through Polynesian musical traditions with dances like the Samoan fire-knife dance, the Samoan slap dance, the Tahitian dance, and Hawaiian hula dancing. You might even be invited to join in.
Vacation Day 8 - Sunday: Depart Hawaii
Sad to say but our vacation ends today and it is time to say Aloha to Waikiki and all your new travel friends. Board the airport shuttle according to your flight schedule.
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