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Hawaii Luxury Vacations

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Enjoy the unique, happy sounds of Hawaiian guitar, the sweet fragrance of flowers everywhere, the warmth of the people, the blissful air, and the spell of Hawaii's ocean like, no place on earth. Glimmering white sand beaches and tanned bodies, sun, sea, and surf.....what else could you ask for?

 

The Hawaiian Islands are some of the most beautiful places on earth. The weather in Hawaii is visitor-friendly. The temperature ranges from 60-90 degrees all year long.  It's a little warmer in summer, and a little cooler in winter, but every day is a beach day for somebody. 

Enjoy VIP status. Our Hawaii Vacation Advisors are renowned around the world by sophisticated travelers for their insider knowledge, the extraordinary value of our custom-designed vacations, and excellent, dedicated service.  Our professional services suit the world's most demanding travelers. Our name opens doors, guarantees value and peace of mind. Our network of specialists span the world. We will get you the best accommodations and privileged access when others fail. Its all about the experience.

 

Kilauea, the Big Island's most spectacular attraction, is known for its fiery eruptions, mountains of red hot glowing lava and violent outbursts. Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park is a fascinating place to go hiking. Two of the world's rare live volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa, lie within its 350 square miles.
 

Waikiki beckons with gorgeous sand, dependable Hawaiian sunshine, first class dining, international shopping, and splendid nightlife.

Over a century ago, Robert Luis Stevenson wrote:

'If anyone desires such old fashioned things as scenery, quiet, pure air, clear water, heavenly sunsets hung out before his eyes over the Pacific and the distant hills of Waianae, recommend him to San Souci Beach."
 

It is still magic today. San Souci is the beach right underneath the cliffs of Diamond Head.  Waikiki Beach itself is not one continuous crescent of sand, but a series of beaches, some natural and others manmade, each with its own ambience and habitués.
 

Lahaina is still the center of action in Maui, but the narrow dusty streets Herman Melville once walked are now bustling with art galleries, shops, restaurants and night spots. This is also one of the best places to watch Hawaii's biggest visitors, the humpback whales, as they sing and cavort in the Molokai Channel--although the best way to see them is to take a boat ride out to join them at sea.
 

Today, the once capital of the Sandwich Islands has been turned into a living museum, and you can spend hours hiking through a century and a half of Hawaiian history.
 

When visitors first see Kaanapali Beach, with its beautiful views of the Pacific and the neighboring Islands of Molokai and
Lanai, they can understand why these were dubbed the Islands of Paradise, and why the name has stuck for so long. The views make the Pacific seem more like a large lake than the largest body of water in the world. The sunsets make wonderful transitions from sun-filled days to fun-filled nights as the sun sinks over the twinkling Diamond Head, urban

Honolulu and the surrounding islands on the horizon.

 

Kauai, the Garden Isle, is a lush emerald paradise in the middle of the Pacific. Many claim it is the most beautiful of all the Hawaiian Islands. Hiking on Kauai is an unforgettable experience you'll cherish for a lifetime.

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