- Flight from Montreal to Honolulu, returning from Maui
- Domestic flight from Honolulu to Maui with Hawaiian Airlines
- 5 nights’ accommodation at Aqua Aloha Surf 3* in a standard room, in Honolulu, Oahu
- 5 nights’ accommodation at hotel Aston Maui Kaanapali Villas 4*, oceanview studio with kitchenette room in Kaanapali, Maui
- Compact car rental with Hertz for 6 days in Maui
- Protection offered by the Compensation fund for customers of travel agents
- Car rental insurance if applicable
- Meals and activities
- All transfers
- Luggage and seat selection fees with the airline if applicable
- Condos fees and tourist tax if applicable
Entry and exit requirements – COVID-19
Most governments have implemented special entry and exit restrictions and requirements for their territory due to COVID-19. Before travelling, it is your responsibility to verify if the local authorities of both your current location and destinations have implemented any restrictions or requirements related to this situation. Vaccination or health passports may be required in some cases. It is your responsibility to be aware of the specific entry, exit and transit restrictions and requirements for the country or territory you are visiting before you travel and before you book your trip. Voyages Gendron is not responsible if you do not meet your destination’s entry or exit requirements. For full details on health measures and entry and exit requirements for a destination, visit the official government website.
Calculated on June 15, 2021 for a stay from March 20 to 30, 2022. Price may change depending on availability and the exchange rate at the time of booking. Other dates and accommodation available on request
Venture into the Valley of the Priests and discover one of Hawaii’s last ahupuaa with this trip to the beautiful Waimea Valley. With stunning natural surroundings, thundering waterfalls and delicious shrimp awaiting you, the Waimea Valley tour offers you a great opportunity to get out into the countryside and experience the real Hawaii. This enchanting location is known as the Valley of the Priests, consisting of nearly 2,000 scenic acres that have been a holy place for more than 700 years. Now the valley houses a world-famous botanical garden, where over 5,000 species of tropical and subtropical plants, ancient archaeological sites and one of Oahu’s most scenic waterfalls await you.
Leave the present behind you and delve deep into some of the darkest, most significant pages of Unites States history. This unforgettable tour takes you to all of the backdrops of the events that launched the United States to join the Second World War.
Visit Diamond Head, the most recognised landmark in all of Hawaii, to explore this saucer-shaped crater formed around 300,000 years ago, and look out across the Pacific for some of the best views of the surrounding area. Enjoy an educational and fun guided hike to the 763-foot summit of the most famous crater on Earth where incredible 360°views of Waikiki and the turquoise blue Pacific Ocean await you.
Glide over the vivid turquoise coral reefs of Waikiki, Honolulu’s world famous beachfront, and look down into the extinct volcano of Diamond Head rising above the city. View crescent-shaped Hanauma Bay, a marine reserve in the mouth on an old volcano, and white-sand Waimanalo beach. Hover over the strangely shaped Chinaman’s Hat island and the beautiful coral formations in Kaneohe Bay. You’ll soar over the cliffs of the Nuuanu Valley rainforest, and then fly along the breathtaking coastline to the legendary Sacred Falls and the panoramic Dole Pineapple Plantation. Your adventure into the blue skies of Oahu will also include sweeping views of Pearl Harbor, the Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri.
Experience all of Polynesia without leaving Oahu. Just an hour’s scenic drive away from Waikiki is the spectacular 420 acre Polynesian Cultural Center where Polynesian traditions, history and hospitality are brought to life for you to enjoy. Walk around traditional villages and witness natives from seven Pacific cultures show you the arts of dancing with fire, jewellery making and using plants to make clothes. You also have time to enjoy a relaxing canoe ride through the lagoon, feast on a Luau dinner buffet and watch an exhilarating evening performance.
Travel into the unknown on an exciting journey of discovery to the famous North Shore of Oahu with this brilliant adventure tour. Driving over the jagged Ko,olau Mountains to the windward side of the island, your first stop is the fabled Valley of the Temples, where you’ll visit the picturesque Byodo-In Temple, located at the base of stunning 2,000-foot lush green cliffs. Then follow the the scenic shores of Kahana Bay arriving at Laie Point, a great opportunity to observe several native plant species while marvelling at the breathtaking views of Kukuihoolua islet and the wild and rugged eastern Oahu coastline. Continuing North to Kahuku, visit a shrimp farm to see endangered wetland birds, including black-neck stilts, Hawaiian coots and moorhens, before stopping at the world-famous Sunset Beach where incredible waves thrill viewers, especially between November and April. Follow the stunning coastline of legendary Waimea Bay to stop at a well-known hangout of the amazing wild Green Sea Turtles.
Set out into the wilderness of the garden island, Kauai, with this personalised scenic tour of the Waimea Canyon and Wailua River. With your friendly driver to guide you through this incredible natural wonderland, you’ll stop off at Waimea Canyon and enjoy a Wailua river cruise, as well as visiting many other fantastic sights on the island.
Make a splash at Kapolei’s all new Wet’n’Wild Hawaii and spend a fun-filled day at the only water park in the state. Set in a lush, tropical environment, Wet’n’Wild is located on the paradisiacal outskirts of Kapolei, the “second city” of the vibrant island of Oahu. Enjoy over 25 thrilling rides and attractions that are sure to please all members of the family from small children to adrenalin junkies alike. Rated as Hawaii’s number one family attraction, come and join the fun at Wet’n’Wild!
Prepare yourself for the climb up Koko Head’s 1,048 stairs. Over the course of .7 miles, this trail gains over 1,000 feet and will definitely bump up your heart rate, but all the sweating and panting are worth it to see the view from the top. This is arguably Oahu’s most popular training ground, where serious athletes come to test their cardio, endurance, and fitness. Along with a motivational guide, tackle the crater one step at a time and work your way toward the top, where the view looks out toward Honolulu and the southern shoreline below.
Discover where locals go, which restaurants they prefer, and discover non-crowded beaches close to Waikiki. Get great insider information on the best local stores for bargain-hunting and where to find original Hawaiian souvenirs. Learn about Hawaiian culture and history from your expert guide, as well as where to watch Friday night fireworks (Ala Moana Beach) and which club counts a living legend as one of its members (Anuenue Canoe Club).
Get on a flight to Hilo for an adventure day to volcanoes and see the only active volcano of Hawaii and waterfalls from a helicopter. Then, your driver will show you the best sites of the island. Lunch included.
Your day trip to Maui includes a drive around Maui’s east coast to Paia town, Kaumahina State Park, Keanae Valley Lookout, Puaa Kaa and Waianapanapa State Parks, a visit to Hana Town and the Hasegawa General Store, Wailua Falls Lookout and scenic views of the island’s famous windsurfing beaches.
All Hawaiian islands offer the opportunity to go on tours or take lessons: surf, kayak, paddle board, snorkeling, parasailing, swimming with turtles or dolphins, cycling, hiking, high seas fishing, helicopter tours, Luau dinner and catamaran dinner-cruise.
Enter a true paradise as you ethe wonders of Hawaii’s fascinating natural surroundings. A chain of islands offering an unmatched setting, spend a full-day touring the serene beauty of the famous dormant volcano, Mount Haleakala and the Iao Valley State park.
Climb above central Maui and ascend the world’s largest dormant volcano, Haleakala. Tour includes views of Old Hana Town, Haleakala National Park, Kipahulu, the taro field of Ke’anae, fabulous coastline waterfalls and the world famous Ho’okipa windsurfing beach on the return. You can even enjoy whale watching when in season.
Take a journey to another world and one that you’ll never forget. With hundreds of species of fish, marine animals and coral combinations endemic to Hawaii, Molokini snorkel is a rare opportunity to view marine life and coral formations not found anywhere else in the world.Visit Molokini Crater, one of only three sheltered volcanic calderas in the world, with crystal clear water and a wealth of sea life. You will be equipped with comfortable, sanitized, professional snorkel gear, flotation devices, and optical masks, to fully explore the underwater sanctuary. Afterwards, we’ll take you to meet the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles at Turtle Town, a mesmerizing coral reef teeming with turtles and other aquatic life.