12 Day The Best of Hawaii

Tauck Tour starting in Honolulu and finishing in Maui

Book online and enjoy exclusive savings on Tauck's 12 Day The Best of Hawaii. Special tropical Tauck touches await on our classic four-island Hawaii tour - including ocean-view rooms at luxury beachfront resorts for 11 nights, cocktails and dinner at Iolani Palace in Honolulu, a private catamaran sail at sunset on the Big...read more
Overview
Operator: Tauck
Type: Tour (Premium)
Max Group Size: 44
Duration: 12 Days
From: Honolulu to Maui
Tour Code: HW
Reviews: Not Yet Reviewed
Visits: USA
Our Price From:
$ 8,740
Per Person ($AU)
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1
Arrive Honolulu, Hawaii
Tour begins: The Royal Hawaiian. A transfer is included from Honolulu Int'l Airport to The Royal Hawaiian, a regal landmark located oceanfront on Waikiki Beach. Enjoy an à la carte dinner with stunning views of the beach and sea at the hotel's acclaimed Azure Restaurant, a culinary treat on your first night on Oahu. Stay Three Nights: The Royal Hawaiian (D)
2
Honolulu, Hawaii
Visit the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, a tribute to the military personnel who lost their lives in the December 7, 1941 attack, called the "Day of Infamy." Further Honolulu sightseeing includes a drive through Punchbowl Memorial Cemetery and historic Honolulu, where you'll have views of Washington Place, the sumptuous state capitol building and other sites. Tonight, your Tauck Hawaii tour begins with an exclusive evening - a private after-hours tour, welcome reception and dinner with entertainment at Iolani Palace, the opulent official residence of Hawaii's former monarchy. Built in 1882, this National Historic Landmark reigns as the only official state residence of royalty in the United States. (B/D)
3
Oahu, Hawaii
It's off to the windward side of Oahu this morning for a scenic tour of its beaches, bays and birds. Sights include the famous Halona Blow Hole, formed by molten lava tubes that shoot powerful water sprays up to 30-ft.-high in the air, and the Halona Beach Cove, immortalized in a romantic scene in the movie From Here to Eternity. At Waikiki Beach, you'll meet an authentic "beach boy," who will share the story of the islands' ancient surfing culture - revitalized by a small band of skilled devotees at the turn of the century. Then hop aboard a traditional outrigger canoe to catch the waves for an exhilarating ride. (B)
4
Big Island, Hawaii
Fly to the youngest of the islands, the Big Island of Hawaii, home to Mauna Loa and Kilauea, two of the world's most active and accessible volcanoes; the gentleness of their eruptions allows visits to the edges of their active vents. In 1866, when Mark Twain saw the sizzling lava of Kilauea, he wrote, "Here was room for the imagination to work!" At Volcanoes National Park, you'll drive across the Kilauea Caldera (crater), where views vary from desert to lush tropical rainforest to alpine tundra. UNESCO named the park an International Biosphere Reserve because of its outstanding scenic and scientific values. The park protects a wide diversity of ecosystems and habitat for native Hawaiian plants and animals; it is also rich in cultural and historic sites. Your day ends at your resort on the Kohala Coast in the area once known as Kalahuipua'a, the birthplace of King Kamehameha I, who unified the Hawaiian Islands in the early 19th century. The area is crisscrossed by early Hawaiian footpaths, royal fishponds and lava formations. Stay Three Nights: Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii (B/L/D)
5
Big Island, Hawaii
Spend the day doing whatever interests you most on the Big Island of Hawaii. You can set off on an optional two-hour helicopter excursion for a thrilling view of Kilauea's fiery lava vents and the Big Island's coastal rainforests, available at an additional cost per person (enquire for details). Or you can indulge in other optional activities offered by your resort (some at additional cost). Toward evening, join us for a catamaran sail along the Kohala Coast as the sun sets on another perfect day in Tauck's Hawaii. (B)
6
Big Island, Hawaii
To get the day started just right, head to a Kona coffee plantation and living history farm. Kona coffee is prized the world over; see how a typical coffee farming family of the early 20th century lived and worked, and learn the secrets of cultivating the bean, from the coffee tree to the freshly brewed coffee cup (tasting included!). Later, visit the Painted Church overlooking Kealakekua Bay; built in 1899, this historic Roman Catholic church features extensive hand-painted scenes throughout its interior. Back at your Fairmont resort, have dinner tonight at your choice of restaurants. (B/D)
7
Kauai, Hawaii
Fly to the Garden Isle of Kauai, whose lush landscapes featuring orchids, hibiscus and plumeria are often used as a setting for Hollywood films depicting tropical paradise. Spend some time at a historic sugar plantation, Kilohana Plantation (of the finest examples of plantation era architecture in Hawaii) prior to a scenic drive that takes you through the Tunnel of Trees - formed by walls of eucalyptus trees towering above the roadway - and to Spouting Horn, an intriguing volcanic blowhole. Arrive late afternoon at your beachfront resort. Stay Two Nights: Grand Hyatt (B/L)
8
Kauai, Hawaii
If you wish, you may start your day on an optional 45-55-minute helicopter flightseeing adventure* over the rainforests and mountains of the lush "Garden Isle" (available for an additional charge). Then, the day is yours to enjoy as you wish - you may want to swim, snorkel, sunbathe, spot the island's abundant marine life from monk seals to green sea turtles, or simply enjoy all your resort has to offer. Early this evening, your Hawaii tour continues with an informative interpretive lecture on the ecology of the Hawaiian Archipelago; dine at your leisure at the resort tonight. (B/D)
9
Maui, Hawaii
Fly to Maui, named for an ancient god. Travel through the mist-shrouded Iao Valley to see the famed Iao Needle, then past sugar cane fields to the historic port of Lahaina, an old whaling center and former island capital. Following some time on your own to explore Lahaina as you please, it's off to the The Fairmont Kea Lanai, your beachfront resort home for the next three nights, set on the Wailea Coast. The remainder of the day is free; dine at your resort at your leisure tonight. Stay Three Nights: Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui (B/D)
10
Maui, Hawaii
Feel free to spend the early morning hours indulging at the resort before discovering the secrets of island cuisine. Maui chefs take delight in the abundance of locally raised beef, tropical fruits and vegetables grown in fertile volcanic soil, and fresh fish - often preparing them with a fusion of Asian, Californian and Hawaiian flavors. You're invited for a look behind the kitchens attracting Maui foodies during a hands-on gourmet cooking experience with chefs during lunch at a well-known local restaurant. The remainder of the day is yours to explore or relax as you please on this island known for wildlife-rich waters and perfumed gardens. (B/L)
11
Maui, Hawaii
Today, Tauck's Hawaii tour takes you to the 10,023-foot-high rim of Mount Haleakala (meaning "house of the sun"), the world's largest dormant volcano (it's been two centuries since its last eruption) and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The crater is more than seven miles across, and hosts two endangered species, the nene (Hawaiian wild goose), and the silversword, a specially adapted plant. After enjoying extraordinary views from the mountaintop, learn about island agriculture as you descend through Maui's upcountry farmland and return to your oceanfront resort for an afternoon spent as you wish. This evening, join us for a farewell feast of authentic Hawaiian culture at a private luau. (B/D)
12
Journey Home
Tour ends: Maui. Fly home anytime; a transfer is included from The Fairmont Kea Lani to Maui's Kahului Airport. Allow a minimum of two hours for departure flight check-in at the airport. (B)
1
Arrive Honolulu, Hawaii
Tour begins: The Royal Hawaiian. A transfer is included from Honolulu Int'l Airport to The Royal Hawaiian, a regal landmark located oceanfront on Waikiki Beach. Enjoy an à la carte dinner with stunning views of the beach and sea at the hotel's acclaimed Azure Restaurant, a culinary treat on your first night on Oahu. Stay Three Nights: The Royal Hawaiian (D)
2
Honolulu, Hawaii
Visit the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, a tribute to the military personnel who lost their lives in the December 7, 1941 attack, called the "Day of Infamy." Further Honolulu sightseeing includes a drive through Punchbowl Memorial Cemetery and historic Honolulu, where you'll have views of Washington Place, the sumptuous state capitol building and other sites. Tonight, your Tauck Hawaii tour begins with an exclusive evening - a private after-hours tour, welcome reception and dinner with entertainment at Iolani Palace, the opulent official residence of Hawaii's former monarchy. Built in 1882, this National Historic Landmark reigns as the only official state residence of royalty in the United States. (B/D)
3
Oahu, Hawaii
It's off to the windward side of Oahu this morning for a scenic tour of its beaches, bays and birds. Sights include the famous Halona Blow Hole, formed by molten lava tubes that shoot powerful water sprays up to 30-ft.-high in the air, and the Halona Beach Cove, immortalized in a romantic scene in the movie From Here to Eternity. At Waikiki Beach, you'll meet an authentic "beach boy," who will share the story of the islands' ancient surfing culture - revitalized by a small band of skilled devotees at the turn of the century. Then hop aboard a traditional outrigger canoe to catch the waves for an exhilarating ride. (B)
4
Big Island, Hawaii
Fly to the youngest of the islands, the Big Island of Hawaii, home to Mauna Loa and Kilauea, two of the world's most active and accessible volcanoes; the gentleness of their eruptions allows visits to the edges of their active vents. In 1866, when Mark Twain saw the sizzling lava of Kilauea, he wrote, "Here was room for the imagination to work!" At Volcanoes National Park, you'll drive across the Kilauea Caldera (crater), where views vary from desert to lush tropical rainforest to alpine tundra. UNESCO named the park an International Biosphere Reserve because of its outstanding scenic and scientific values. The park protects a wide diversity of ecosystems and habitat for native Hawaiian plants and animals; it is also rich in cultural and historic sites. Your day ends at your resort on the Kohala Coast in the area once known as Kalahuipua'a, the birthplace of King Kamehameha I, who unified the Hawaiian Islands in the early 19th century. The area is crisscrossed by early Hawaiian footpaths, royal fishponds and lava formations. Stay Three Nights: Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii (B/L/D)
5
Big Island, Hawaii
Spend the day doing whatever interests you most on the Big Island of Hawaii. You can set off on an optional two-hour helicopter excursion for a thrilling view of Kilauea's fiery lava vents and the Big Island's coastal rainforests, available at an additional cost per person (enquire for details). Or you can indulge in other optional activities offered by your resort (some at additional cost). Toward evening, join us for a catamaran sail along the Kohala Coast as the sun sets on another perfect day in Tauck's Hawaii. (B)
6
Big Island, Hawaii
To get the day started just right, head to a Kona coffee plantation and living history farm. Kona coffee is prized the world over; see how a typical coffee farming family of the early 20th century lived and worked, and learn the secrets of cultivating the bean, from the coffee tree to the freshly brewed coffee cup (tasting included!). Later, visit the Painted Church overlooking Kealakekua Bay; built in 1899, this historic Roman Catholic church features extensive hand-painted scenes throughout its interior. Back at your Fairmont resort, have dinner tonight at your choice of restaurants. (B/D)
7
Kauai, Hawaii
Fly to the Garden Isle of Kauai, whose lush landscapes featuring orchids, hibiscus and plumeria are often used as a setting for Hollywood films depicting tropical paradise. Spend some time at a historic sugar plantation, Kilohana Plantation (of the finest examples of plantation era architecture in Hawaii) prior to a scenic drive that takes you through the Tunnel of Trees - formed by walls of eucalyptus trees towering above the roadway - and to Spouting Horn, an intriguing volcanic blowhole. Arrive late afternoon at your beachfront resort. Stay Two Nights: Grand Hyatt (B/L)
8
Kauai, Hawaii
If you wish, you may start your day on an optional 45-55-minute helicopter flightseeing adventure* over the rainforests and mountains of the lush "Garden Isle" (available for an additional charge). Then, the day is yours to enjoy as you wish - you may want to swim, snorkel, sunbathe, spot the island's abundant marine life from monk seals to green sea turtles, or simply enjoy all your resort has to offer. Early this evening, your Hawaii tour continues with an informative interpretive lecture on the ecology of the Hawaiian Archipelago; dine at your leisure at the resort tonight. (B/D)
9
Maui, Hawaii
Fly to Maui, named for an ancient god. Travel through the mist-shrouded Iao Valley to see the famed Iao Needle, then past sugar cane fields to the historic port of Lahaina, an old whaling center and former island capital. Following some time on your own to explore Lahaina as you please, it's off to the The Fairmont Kea Lanai, your beachfront resort home for the next three nights, set on the Wailea Coast. The remainder of the day is free; dine at your resort at your leisure tonight. Stay Three Nights: Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui (B/D)
10
Maui, Hawaii
Feel free to spend the early morning hours indulging at the resort before discovering the secrets of island cuisine. Maui chefs take delight in the abundance of locally raised beef, tropical fruits and vegetables grown in fertile volcanic soil, and fresh fish - often preparing them with a fusion of Asian, Californian and Hawaiian flavors. You're invited for a look behind the kitchens attracting Maui foodies during a hands-on gourmet cooking experience with chefs during lunch at a well-known local restaurant. The remainder of the day is yours to explore or relax as you please on this island known for wildlife-rich waters and perfumed gardens. (B/L)
11
Maui, Hawaii
Today, Tauck's Hawaii tour takes you to the 10,023-foot-high rim of Mount Haleakala (meaning "house of the sun"), the world's largest dormant volcano (it's been two centuries since its last eruption) and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The crater is more than seven miles across, and hosts two endangered species, the nene (Hawaiian wild goose), and the silversword, a specially adapted plant. After enjoying extraordinary views from the mountaintop, learn about island agriculture as you descend through Maui's upcountry farmland and return to your oceanfront resort for an afternoon spent as you wish. This evening, join us for a farewell feast of authentic Hawaiian culture at a private luau. (B/D)
12
Journey Home
Tour ends: Maui. Fly home anytime; a transfer is included from The Fairmont Kea Lani to Maui's Kahului Airport. Allow a minimum of two hours for departure flight check-in at the airport. (B)
Tauck Inclusions
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Journey Highlights
  • Private evening with cocktails and dinner at Iolani Palace in Honolulu
  • Ocean-view rooms at stunning beach resorts all nights on Oahu, the Big Island, Kauai and Maui
  • Meet a real-life Waikiki "beach boy" and hear the story of life on the water, then have fun in the sun and surf on a Hawaiian outrigger canoe ride
  • A visit to the USS Arizona Memorial, built over the remains of the fallen WWII battleship in Pearl Harbor
  • An informative presentation on the unique ecology of Pacific islands
  • Hawaiian feasts for the senses in Maui – a hands-on gourmet cooking experience and an evening of dance, song and exotic flavors at a traditional Hawaiian luau
  • Tour a coffee farm on the Big Island complete with Kona coffee tasting
  • A private catamaran sail at sunset and a historical tour of sacred sites on the Big Island of Hawaii
Trip Inclusions
  • Your tour is conducted by a professional, fully trained Tauck Director who remains with the group throughout the tour.
  • Airport transfers upon arrival and departure as noted in the itinerary.
  • Service charges, taxes, gratuities to local guides, admission fees and porterage
  • Complimentary basic Internet where available in hotel rooms (service levels are not guaranteed).
  • Air-conditioned motor coaches for your comfort.
Included Meals
  • This tour provides a variety of dining experiences, and may include buffets, à-la-carte dining and set menus.
  • 21 meals (11 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 7 dinners)
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.
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Journey Highlights
  • Private evening with cocktails and dinner at Iolani Palace in Honolulu
  • Ocean-view rooms at stunning beach resorts all nights on Oahu, the Big Island, Kauai and Maui
  • Meet a real-life Waikiki "beach boy" and hear the story of life on the water, then have fun in the sun and surf on a Hawaiian outrigger canoe ride
  • A visit to the USS Arizona Memorial, built over the remains of the fallen WWII battleship in Pearl Harbor
  • An informative presentation on the unique ecology of Pacific islands
  • Hawaiian feasts for the senses in Maui – a hands-on gourmet cooking experience and an evening of dance, song and exotic flavors at a traditional Hawaiian luau
  • Tour a coffee farm on the Big Island complete with Kona coffee tasting
  • A private catamaran sail at sunset and a historical tour of sacred sites on the Big Island of Hawaii
Trip Inclusions
  • Your tour is conducted by a professional, fully trained Tauck Director who remains with the group throughout the tour.
  • Airport transfers upon arrival and departure as noted in the itinerary.
  • Service charges, taxes, gratuities to local guides, admission fees and porterage
  • Complimentary basic Internet where available in hotel rooms (service levels are not guaranteed).
  • Air-conditioned motor coaches for your comfort.
Included Meals
  • This tour provides a variety of dining experiences, and may include buffets, à-la-carte dining and set menus.
  • 21 meals (11 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 7 dinners)
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.
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01 Oct 2018
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12 Oct 2018

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12 Oct 2018
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26 Jul 2019

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08 Sep 2019
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19 Sep 2019

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11 Oct 2019

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05 Dec 2019

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16 Dec 2019

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20 Jan 2019

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31 Jan 2019

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11 Feb 2019

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22 Feb 2019

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05 Mar 2019

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27 Mar 2019

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07 Apr 2019

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18 Apr 2019

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10 May 2019

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10 May 2019
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21 May 2019

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21 May 2019
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01 Jun 2019

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12 Jun 2019
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23 Jun 2019

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23 Jun 2019
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04 Jul 2019

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04 Jul 2019
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15 Jul 2019

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15 Jul 2019
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26 Jul 2019

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26 Jul 2019
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06 Aug 2019

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06 Aug 2019
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17 Aug 2019

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17 Aug 2019
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28 Aug 2019

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28 Aug 2019
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08 Sep 2019

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08 Sep 2019
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19 Sep 2019

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14,516

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19 Sep 2019
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30 Sep 2019

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30 Sep 2019
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11 Oct 2019

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Friday
11 Oct 2019
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22 Oct 2019

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14,516

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22 Oct 2019
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02 Nov 2019

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02 Nov 2019
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13 Nov 2019

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13,098

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13 Nov 2019
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24 Nov 2019

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24 Nov 2019
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05 Dec 2019

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05 Dec 2019
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16 Dec 2019

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