Deal 465: 7 Nights in Hawaii, Big Island
w/ Flights, Hotel, & Car
05/12/2020 to 05/19/2020
Original Price for TWO - $2,182
Published 2 weeks ago (Original pricing lasts an average of 3-5 days)
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Kona/Big Island (KOA)
Island of Hawaii contains one of the most diverse natural landscapes in the world. And thanks to Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, the youngest of the Hawaiian Islands is still growing. Nearly twice the size of all the other islands combined, The Big Island contains all but two of the world’s climate zones and as much adventure as you’re up for having.
Circle of Fire Helicopter Ride from Hilo, Hawaii, Big Island Provided by Aloha VIP Tours
Tour the most geologically active environment on Earth, during an afternoon on this unforgettable tour! With an emphasis on the current areas of volcanic activity, guests will witness some of Hawaii's most awe-inspiring nature spectacles from the thick fiery lava flows and black-sand beaches to tropical rain forests and sparkling waterfalls, while learning about the history and culture of Hawaii. Your helicopter features superior Bose headsets that electronically read and cancel outside noise- providing superb sound so you'll be able to fully enjoy the dramatic music and pilot narration from the comfort and safety of your Astar touring helicopter. Escape the ordinary and soar above the clouds on this enjoyable guided helicopter tour.
State of Hawaii Certified Tour Guides will take you on a visual adventure amidst the clouds.
This exciting tour brings you past the most geologically active environment on earth-the famous Kilauea volcano, which has been continuously erupting since 1983!
Volcanoes National Park
Watching lava flow from Kilauea volcano, you’ll understand the true meaning of “awesome.” Located 30 miles southwest of Hilo, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park encompasses 150 miles of trails that will have you hiking through lava tubes, across craters and into rainforests. Be sure to visit the sacred Puu Loa petroglyphs, thousands of carvings etched into stone centuries ago by Native Hawaiians.
The Kona Coast
A royal retreat for centuries, Kona has plenty of historic sites and pleasant parks. But this is no sleepy hideaway. Kailua is a great place to kick back and watch the sunset, but it’s also the starting line for the IRONMAN World Championship. Dive beneath the calm waters to go snorkeling with manta rays or get the blood pumping with world-class deep sea fishing.
Mountains & Valleys
Hawaii Island’s valleys have been home to both kings and cowboys. Head west from Kailua-Kona and when the stop signs start reading "Whoa" instead of "Stop", you’ll have reached the Waimea Valley, full of cattle and paniolo—that’s Hawaii for “cowboy”. On the northern coast is Waipio Valley. Nicknamed "Valley of the Kings" it’s the boyhood home of King Kamehameha I and location of some truly majestic waterfalls.
Situated at the ocean’s edge, just off the beach, Kona Bali Kai offers a unique lodging experience in the sunniest spot on Hawaii’s Big Island. With the waves below, the cares of the world will melt away and lull you to sleep each night. You can pull up a lounge chair where white sand and black lava rocks mingle among tide pools to enjoy the shade of palm trees.
The following mandatory cleaning fees plus tax will be collected at check-out. Fee is approximate and subject to change without notice. For stays of 1-9 nights: Studios - $100 + tax 1 Bedroom - $135 + tax 2 Bedroom - $160 + tax For stays of 10 or more nights: Studios - $165 + tax 1 Bedroom - $200 + tax 2 Bedroom - $240 + tax