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Hawaii air tours are fundamentally divided into two categories: Hawaii airplane tours, and helicopter tours. Because these two categories of aircraft are inexorably lumped together it is important to draw a comparison between the two because people always want a contrast to determine which might provide a better Hawaii air flight for them.

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The concept of "Hawaii attractions" and the notion of "things to do in Hawaii" often come up at the very same time. There is obviously so much that one could consider doing that the task itself of sorting it all out becomes almost overwhelming.

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Hawaii ATV tours are exciting and they are a popular choice among all the Hawaii adventure tours! ATV tours on Hawaii are not considered particularly new as a category of activity but they did come out of obscurity in one instant in the 1990's and then spread like wildfire to all the major islands of Hawaii.

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The "Mighty Mo" was the last and most celebrated battleship ever built. It was aboard her decks that the documents ending WW II were signed, bringing a new era of friendship and cooperation in the Pacific.

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For years Hawaii bike tours have been a main-stay of the activities available for the visitors coming to the islands. Perhaps no island provides more bike tours to visitors than the island of Maui and this is all due to the phenomenon that occurred in the early eighties with the advent of the Haleakala downhill bicycle adventures.

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We market and sell some tours as "Combination Tours". Please keep in mind that as a general rule the differences between two tours bought as a "Combination Tour" instead of two individual tours that were purchased on an "A La Carte" basis normally has more to do with logistics than with pricing.

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If you are coming to Hawaii on a cruise ship then you need to make sure you browse our cruise ship category before you make any reservations for activities during shore leave.

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Hawaii is not the only place in the world that you will find dinner cruises but the Hawaii dinner cruise is a category of activity that is found on all the major Hawaiian Islands.

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If you're looking for nightlife in Hawaii, the dinner shows, dinner theater and evening entertainment in Oahu's Honolulu and Waikiki are the places to be in the islands.

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Hawaii dolphin watching together with swimming with the dolphins in Hawaii is an industry all to its own. There is probably no sea creature quite as endearing in the eyes of a human being as the dolphin.

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If you're looking for nightlife in Hawaii, the dinner shows, dinner theater and evening entertainment in Oahu's Honolulu and Waikiki are the places to be in the islands.

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Hawaii fishing is perhaps the single most important category of tours available on the Big Island of Hawaii and the Big Island of Hawaii is certainly the spot on the islands where you will find the best Hawaii fishing.

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Hawaii is one of the premier golfing destinations on the planet. Once you've experienced a round or two of Hawaiian Golfing you will undoubtedly understand why.

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Hawaii helicopters provide perhaps the most magnificent way to see the islands. The fact that fully 75% of the islands of Hawaii can only be seen from the air makes helicopter tours of Hawaii that much more special.

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Hiking in Hawaii is an activity that many people find pleasurable and rewarding. Not only do Hawaii hikes provide exercise, fresh air and a connection to the beautiful outdoor environment but the Hawaii hiking tours offered on the islands provide one of the most educational activities available to the island visitor.

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Hawaii Horseback riding is a much more popular category of tours than you might expect. When looking over the state as a whole the category of horseback riding in Hawaii registers over twenty separate and distinct horseback riding companies.

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Hunters in Hawaii has access to some of the finest hunting grounds on Earth. The temperate climate and abundant rainfall allow pigs, goats, sheep and deer populations to thrive.

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If you've realized that you made your hotel accommodations on a different island from something you wanted to see don't fret. We can arrange for a variety of different one day tours that will get you over to see what you want to see for the day and then bring you back.

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Jet-Ski Rentals are an essential element to many people's "Ideal Hawaiian Vacation". If jet skiing is your passion then we can help you get everything you need to get out there on the warm Hawaiian waters.

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Hawaii kayak tours are a very popular category of activities enjoyed by island visitors. Kayaking in Hawaii provides so much in the way of excitement, outdoor adventure, marine exploration and overall healthy exercise that it attracts people like a magnet.

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Are you struggling to find activities that are appropriate for you to take your small children on? If so don't worry, we've hand picked an assortment of tours and activities across the state that we think you will like.

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For over 20 years the fountains of fire have continued with tremendous intensity and today Mt. Kileaua is the volcano with the longest-lived rift activity in known Hawaiian volcano history.

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The Hawaiian Luau, of all the various activities available in Hawaii, is certainly the most Hawaiian activity of all! The luau in Hawaii can truly only be found in Hawaii and this is the reason the Hawaii luau party has established itself in the hearts of the visitors who come to Hawaii as the quintessential Hawaiian event.

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Molokini Island Crater is actually the tip of an extinct volcano, barely peeking above the ocean surface between Maui and Kahoolawe. Visibility is often 150 feet, tropical fish are everywhere, and its sheer cliffs and rugged beauty are often the focus of professional photographers.

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The Napali Coast features many of the Kauai tours and Na Pali Coast tours which include eco tours, Na Pali Coast hikes, a variety of cruises, and kayaking the Napali Coast.

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Niihau is the smallest island of the seven major islands in the Hawaiian chain is located 18 miles off the coast of Kauai and stretches to 23 miles long and 3 to 6 miles in width.

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Hawaii parasailing is thrilling, exciting and fun! Parasailing in Hawaii has an appeal that transcends age as it is a favorite of youngsters and surprisingly is an activity that is also enjoyed by senior citizens as well.

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Parker ranch is a highlight of the Big Island of Hawaii. Founded by John Parker, a New Englander who jumped ship on the Big Island, it is the largest private ranch under single ownership in the United States and a home of the legendary Paniolo or Hawaiian cowboys.

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The Polynesian Cultural Center has been considered for years to be the most visited of all of Hawaii's top paid attractions. Over 33 million people have visited this beautiful North Shore location to experience the seven native villages that give visitors a rare opportunity to participate in various levels of the daily activities of these South Pacific cultures.

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We've been planning vacation activities in Hawaii for over 40 years and some of our favorite packages to help clients with are the "Customized Special Requests".

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Rental cars are a must have when you visit Hawaii. Don't wait until you get here to reserve your car because during peak seasons they do sell out.

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Sailing in Hawaii whether it be on a Hawaii sailboat charter, a Hawaii boat tour or a Hawaii yacht charter is simply a way of life in the islands. Keep in mind that the very first people to come to these islands came by virtue of a sail boat and so the sailing heritage runs deep in the waters surrounding Hawaii.

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To dive in the underwater world of Hawaii is a dream most scuba divers would love to fulfill. Hawaii is of course a series of islands but truly many more than most people realize.

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When was the last time you were in the water with live sharks! Its not as scary as it seems. These are among the most exciting and interesting tours to be offered on Oahu.

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If you have been itching to take a boat ride to go see something but don't really feel like going on a full on snorkel or whale watch and would prefer to do a simple sightseeing boat tour then look no further.

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"What tours in Hawaii should I take", is an often asked question. "Where to visit in Hawaii", is perhaps the most asked question. The places to visit in Hawaii will all be dependent upon which islands you choose to visit and your Hawaii sightseeing agenda should be planned prior to your arrival to make the most of your vacation to Hawaii.

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Hawaii snorkeling is by far the single most popular category of activities to be found in Hawaii. One reason for this is that snorkeling in Hawaii is often a component of many different types of tours found on any individual island such as many of the dolphin watches, whale watches, diving tours, raft excursions and even in some cases dinner cruises.

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Spas are Hawaii's hottest trend. The islands are the perfect place to experience an authentic spa that simply makes you feel fantastic! Treat yourself to a visit at one of Maui's day spas.

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Looking for a submarine in Hawaii? The islands of Oahu, Maui and the Big Island all have Hawaii submarine tours, and with good reason. Hawaii is blessed with an abundance of reef and sea life and seeing it on a submarine is, for most people, the only way they will be able to get deep enough to appreciate this part of Hawaii.

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Taking a Hawaii sunset cruise may prove to be the most romantic and relaxing moments of your vacation. Sunset cruises probably won't rank high on your list of adventure items on your trip but may instead be the simple ending to a perfect day.

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Hawaii surf schools offer surf lessons in Hawaii, Maui, Oahu and Kauai. The popularity of these schools is becoming even greater with every passing year as new surf schools open up and older surf schools expand to include more products.

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The amount of theatrical productions and evening shows that can be found in the state of Hawaii is surprising to most of the states visitors. Contrary to popular belief there are actually some very nice entertainment venues and productions found throughout the islands.

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Of the three islands that make up Maui County, Molokai stands out as having the closest link to old Hawaii. In many ways, landing on Molokai today is similar to arriving on Maui 25 or 30 years ago.

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In the 1800's Lanai was purchased by the Dole family and became the major producer for the Dole Pineapple Company. This role has diminished in recent years and Lanai has now taken a front seat in the tourist industry.

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Hawaii's vast variety of climates and cultures has created many unique environments that allow visitors the ability to experience a truly immense range of activities.

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Many people don't realize that wake boarding and waterskiing is not just something you do on lakes and rivers. The warm oceans of Hawaii are a very nice place to ride too!

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Hawaii has Water sports! Surfing, sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, diving, waterskiing, kayaking, parasailing, jets skiing....Hawaii has it all!

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Pulling off the perfect wedding, at the perfect location with all the perfect amenities is, as you're probably aware, a time consuming and detail specific endeavor and somewhat out of our sphere of expertise.

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The Hawaii whale watching season is the most anticipated time of year regarding activities in the islands. Whale watching is available for visitors to enjoy between December and May.

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Hawaii is a mecca for X-treme sports. We can help you find and arrange virtually anything you would like to do to get your adrenaline pumping while you're here.

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Zip lining in Hawaii is such a new activity category that the industry itself can't yet quite even decide how to write its name! You will see it labeled zip lining in Hawaii, ziplining in Hawaii, zip-lining in Hawaii or just simply as Hawaii zip tours.

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