Monthly Archives: March 2016

Polynesian Culture Center Luau

Polynesian Culture Center Luau Head to the Polynesian Cultural Center, located along Kamehameha Bay, for an attraction like no other. Here, they welcome groups to explore the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands, the entire property containing over 42-acres of tropical splendor, traditional culture, and intriguing local history. While here your group will be able to…
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King Kamehameha Statue(s)

King Kamehameha Statue(s) [caption id="attachment_32055" align="alignright" width="280"] King Kamehameha Statue Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] The King Kamehameha Statue is the perfect place on the island to pay your respects to a dynasty past for the Royal Hawaiian Kingdom, a truly impressive memorial statue located in North Kohala. More specifically, the statue sits right in front of…
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7 Wonders of New Mexico

New Mexico truly is the Land of Enchantment as you'll see by visiting these seven fantastic natural wonders. Discover a wonderland of ancient volcanic activity, wildlife preserves playing home to endangered and rare species of North American animals, and wide open spaces perfect for your student group! Valles CalderaHike through this 89,000-acre and discover a…
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Why Poconos Trips Are Sweeter than Christmas Morning

We’ve had a lot of people asking about weekend trips to the Poconos lately, which is easy to see why if you know this gorgeous mountainous region. The Pocono Mountains are the absolutely breathtaking Northeastern Pennsylvania mountain range located just a few short hours from most major Northeastern cities. Here, you will find rolling mountain terrain,…
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Best Spots to See the Total Solar Eclipse 2017

Next Page For Best Locations..                           It hasn't happened for 26 years and it's happening next August! Eclipse day is set for August 21, 2017 and if you don't live in an eclipse state, then you're going to have to travel to see it…
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Washington Place

Washington Place Washington Place, a 3-acre historic mansion of Hawaiian rulers, will immerse your group deep into local history and culture. This Greek Revival-style palace in Hawaii’s capital historic district was highly significant during the rule of King Kamehameha the Great, as well as during Queen Liliuokalani's infamous arrest during the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom. This…
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Polynesian Adventure Tours – Honolulu

Polynesian Adventure Tours - Honolulu Get on board with local award-winning touring company Polynesian Adventure Tours for your next big adventure. TripAdvisor’s 2014 winner of the most popular tour in Oahu, Polynesian Adventure Tours will show you Hawaii's capital, Honolulu, like never before as you explore the scenic neighborhoods around Waikiki. This tour provides various city-wide…
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Diamond Head Hiking

Diamond Head Hiking [caption id="attachment_32049" align="alignright" width="425"] Diamond Head Trail Dollarphotoclub Public Domain[/caption] Hike along the eastern edge of Waikiki’s coastline in Honolulu for a day full of breathtaking scenery and refreshing recreation. Diamond Head is the rugged, raw, and truly gorgeous volcanic crater on Oahu's coastline providing one of the most perfect postcard views…
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Learn the Hula

Learn the Hula Your group definitely won’t be disappointed with the Hawaiian Island Hula! This activity is an ancient practice that sheds light on local Polynesian roots and Hawaiian cultural evolution. While here you will learn all you can about the Hula, the uniquely Hawaiian dance with a chant and/or song that symbolizes various personal…
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Culinary Tourism

So, first of all, what is culinary tourism? Cooking through different international cuisines? Going to Italy and eating all the pasta you can find? Actually, culinary tourism is a travel adventure that has to do with food, be it a cooking class in a new city, a food tour, or a restaurant that everyone's been…
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