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Un-Cruise the Hawaiian Islands Sep 16

Safari Explorer

  Travel to Hawai’i  is so much more an experience than a trip to a destination. American Safari Cruises  “Hawaiian Seascapes” adventure  offers an all-inclusive floating alternative to flying to an island, staying at a luxury resort and only exploring that one island.  The thirty-six guest Safari Explorer visits the islands of Lana’i , Maui , Moloka’i  and  Hawai’i, the Big Island, areas of the islands that many visitors never have the opportunity to see. Sailing through these beautiful islands on an upscale yacht allows you to immerse yourself into this tropical playground by  activities such as kayaks, talking story, cultural excursions on Moloka’i into Halawa Valley, get above and below the ocean teaming with marine life – some found only in the Hawaiian Islands.  So many incredible experiences such as night snorkel with Giant Pacific Manta Rays, visit the Humpback National Marine Sanctuary, visit plumeria and macadamia nut farms, stroll Lana’i’s ghostly Shipwreck Beach to the petroglyphs, evening pa’ina(feast) and Hawaiian jam sesson with locals,exclusive cultural experiences in Moloka’i’s Halawa Valley or explore Hawaiian waters in a traditional hand-carved voyaging canoe. Life on board the yacht is enhanced daily by insights from the Expedition leader and the guides and other members of the cruise staff.
Hawaiian Seascapes 
7 nights – Lana’i to Hawai’i, the Big Island (or reverse)
Luxury yacht experience includes : Port charges and taxes,  airport transfers
Incredible meals with Hawaiian flavors and influence and a special pa’ina(old-style luau feast) on Moloka’i , Premium spirits,fine wine and micro-brews, massage and daily yoga classes from the Wellness Director, on board hot tub,sauna and exercise equipment, fleet of double kayaks,stand-up paddle boards,sailboat,snorkeling gear and skiffs – no hassle and extra cost of renting equipment on the beach with this experience, English speaking crew of about 1-2 guests with Expedition Leader/Naturalist and guides, open bridge and tours ashore and on the water.Crew gratuities are the only out of pocket expense.
SPECIAL OFFER :
Special  travel credit of $500 per couple/book and deposit  before September 30th, 2012  
** Based upon availability -contact your Yachtalist below for more info **
 
To book your Hawaiian Seascape  contact  Linda Dancer – an Un-Cruise certified Yachtalist
 Direct Line  828-256-1520  or  Email  linda@honeymoonsinc.com ; www.honeymoonsinc.com

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Favorite Island Signs May 02

Signs are used throughout the world to advertise, bring attention to something or to alert to possible danger. These are some of my favorites that I have seen as I travel throughout  the  Hawaiian Islands. Something to be said  for keeping it short and sweet, colorful and attention grabbing.

Watch out for falling Coconuts at the Ali'i Fishpond on Molokai

Kauai Marriott Weather Station

 

Original Donkey Ball store on the Hawai'i The Big Island - incredible chocolate and more

 

 

Molokai  – Ali’i Fishpond – the Ka Honua Momona Organization is working to restore this historical fishpond, more information to follow in a future blog post

Hawai’i    The Big Island – Donkey Ball Factory – located at 79-7411 Mamalahoa Hwy, Kainaliu ,Hi 96750 – 8 miles south of Kona  – Same factory & store location for over 12 years ! Donkey Balls made-in-house  using only Guittard Chocolate -Handcrafted gourmet chocolates, Kona Coffee and Gifts !

Kauai –  the weather station  at the Kauai Marriott, more accurate  than  other weather reports for sure, it has always been correct during my visits to the resort.

Do you have  some personal favorites of your own ?

For more information  contact me:   Phone   828-256-1530  / Email   linda@honeymoonsinc.com  /  Facebook  www.facebook.com/linda.dancer

 

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