Re: our 2nd trip to Hawaii: Wed. Oct. 24-Mon. Nov. 5, 2018, $3,418, per person, double occupancy. It is the exact same trip and
is exactly the same price as the 1st one (except the insurance, see below). This price, $3,418, include
the round trip air from St. Louis, all of the taxes & fees, & the inter-island flights. But this price does not include insurance. The price for the insurance is 10%
of the price of the trip: ie. $3,418 X 10% = $341.80. So $3,418 + $341.80 is $3,759.80,
the price of the trip including the insurance. An extremely BIG benefit of this insurance, it covers the
1st & 2nd deposits. The insurance policy YMT had before did NOT cover the deposits. Your
1st $250 deposit will be when you make your reservations & if you want to take out the insurance you will need to pay
for it within 12 days. The 2nd deposit is the same $250, it is due April 24 & final payment is due
July 24. The deposits are refundable if you have taken out the insurance. For more details/questions,
contact Carolyn, 618-928-3282, email@example.com or Tammy,
our Your Man Tours, (YMT) contact person: 888-393-5288. We will stay in touch.
Wed. Oct. 24, day 1: Fly to Hawaii - Guests
arriving in Honolulu who have made their flight arrangements with YMT Vacations will meet a YMT representative in the baggage
claim area for a warm aloha welcome with a beautiful flower lei, and transfer to the hotel.
Thurs. Oct. 25, day 2: Oahu - Following the Guest Welcome event you'll take the included Pearl Harbor experience too. First stop is the Pearl Harbor
Visitor Center to learn about event that brought the United States into World War II. You'll watch a film
before taking a Navy launch out to the USS Arizona Memorial to pay tribute to the fallen heroes who lost their
lives on December 7, 1941. The memorial is located above the wreck of the ship and you will likely see
the "tears of oil" that seep from her hull. Next we head to the Battleship Missouri,
which was the scene of signing of the Japanese surrender by General MacArthur in 1945. You'll take a guided
tour and see the highlights this 58,000 ton warship that was finally decommissioned in 1992. Both Pearl
Harbor and the Battleship Missouri have their own gift shops where you can browse and purchase unique souvenirs
of your visit. We'll also make a detour to take a slow drive through the National Cemetery of the Pacific,
which is set in a dormant volcano known as the Punchbowl crater.
Fri. Oct. 26 , day 3: Oahu - Oahu
Island Tour - an included full-day tour where you'll discover the true island feel of Oahu taking in sights such as the famous
North Shore surfing beaches, stunning Hanauma Bay, Macadamia nut farm, and the Dole Pineapple Plantation - not to mention
the history and stories you hear from your driver guide!!!
Oct. 27, day 4: Oahu - Leisure day - Enjoy another day
in Paradise from your centrally - located Wakiki hotel just a few minutes' walk from the famous Waikiki Beach and shopping
on the Kalakaua Avenue. You may also visit the Hawaiian Army museum which tells the military story of Hawaii; admission is
Sun. Oct. 28, day 5: Kauai - This morning we fly to Kauai. This tropical island paradise is known as the "Garden Isle" because of its
daily rainbows, lush forest, majestic mountains, and emerald valley. Upon arriving we visit the magnificent Opaekaa Falls before headign to the Wailua
River Marina for a leisurely boat cruise along the beautiful wailua River to the amazingly tropical and romantic "Fern
Mon. Oct. 29, day 6: Kauai
- Leisure day - It's no wonder that an impressive list of Hollywood
Productions have used this emerald island as a setting, including Jurassic Park, South Pacific, and Fantasy Island. Kauai
is the oldest of the Hawaiian islands and it is here that you will find tropical rainforest, forking rivers, and cascading
Tues. Oct. 30, day 7: Kauai - Leisure day – If ever there is a place to have
an experience-of-a-lifetime, it’s here on Kauai! Take a spectacular optional helicopter sightseeing flight where
you’ll circle the entire island and see spectacular scenery, waterfalls, and the stunning Napali coastline.
Wed. Oct. 31,
day 8: Maui - This morning we fly to the island of Maui where your sightseeing
tour includes a visit to the stunning Iao Valley. You’ll also get the opportunity to explore the small town of Lahaina,
the picturesque old whaling capital of the Pacific. You can explore Front Street and see one of the largest banyan
trees in the US that was planted in 1873 and covers an area of nearly 2 acres!!!!
Thurs. Nov. 1, day 9: Maui
- Leisure day – Kaanapali is one of the best beaches in Hawaii and between the months of December and April you’ll
see whales swimming just offshore – an amazing sight.
Fri. Nov. 2, day 10: - Hawaii
(Big Island) After a morning flight from Maui to Hilo on the Big Island, we take a full-day sightseeing
tour through Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, formed in
1945 in Paris, France) World Heritage Site, where you’ll see a real, smoking and steaming volcano as you look out across
the Kilauea Caldera. It’s here that we also visit the Jaggar Museum and visitor center to learn all about the geology
and history of the volcano. Next we’ll make a short stop to take a walk through Thurston’s Lava Tube (involves
steps and uneven ground) before visiting the Punaluu black sand volcanic beach. There will be additional stops at a Macadamia
nut factory and an orchid nursery, both important exports from Hawaii.
Sat. Nov. 3, day 11: Hawaii - Leisure day – Nearing
the end of your stay in Hawaii today, you can relax by the beach or stroll along the bay to explore the quaint waterfront
old town of Kona.
Sun. Nov. 4, day 12: Hawaii - Leisure day – Enjoy the hotel amenities
and relaxed pace of this town on your last full day and as this is your last evening, we are including a fabulous evening
event for you – The King Kamehameha’s Farewell Feast, an oceanfront experience in the grounds of your Kona hotel.
Entertainment, dinner and drinks are included!!!!
Mon. Nov. 5, day 13: Depart for Home.
Transfer to Kona airport for your journey home (please note that most flights to the mainland arrive the next day)
there are a lot of "optional tour" offered on all the islands so you can select the ones you want to go on
or you can enjoy the beauty of Hawaii. An Hawaiian Luau is an optional event that will be offered.