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June 27, 2014

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Hawaii Islands of Aloha

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It sounds almost cliché at times to call Hawaii a paradise. The orange sherbet sunrises, verdant rainforests, golden and black sand beaches and smoking volcanoes will have visitors rethinking their definition of the word. There is nothing cliché about these islands. Hawaii captures not only the vast natural beauty of the state, but also the indelible warmth and spirit of the people who call it home. With 19 distinct volcanic islands, Hawaii is an archipelago located over a geological hotspot in the Central Pacific. Six of these islands are open to visitors and have a tourism-driven economy. The Big Island of Hawaii is the largest of the islands and is home to the most active volcano in the world, located in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Hilo is the largest city on the Big Island and home to natural wonders including Rainbow Falls and Kaumana Caves. The most populous and developed island, Oahu is home to the state’s capital, Honolulu. It is the governmental and commercial hub of the island chain, and arguably one of the best-known destinations in Hawaii. Waikiki Beach has become a mainstay for tourism with its hotels, high-rises, surfers and sun-worshipers who gather here year-round. Just to the west of Honolulu is Pearl Harbor. Visit the national memorial and museum for an insightful and solemn look back into the start of theUnited States’ involvement in World War II. Maui, the second-largest of the islands, has several resort areas on the western side including Lahaina, Kaanapali and Kapalua. In addition to luxury resorts, championship golf courses and endless shopping opportunities, stunning views can be seen from the summit of Haleakala National Park or by taking a helicopter ride over the volcanoes, jungles and beaches of the island. Known as the “Garden Isle,” Kauai is covered with lush tropical plants and is home to several natural wonders such as the Na Pali Coast, Wailua River and Waimea Canyon. As a top diving destination, Kauai has beautiful, unspoiled coral reefs and a variety of fish not found anywhere else in the world. Molokai and Lanai are the least-developed islands of Hawaii and are perfect for a relaxing and secluded beach getaway. A multiethnic blend of American, Asian and Polynesian influences, Hawaiian cuisine has been making a resurgence with fine and casual dining throughout the state. Replacing pizza and burgers as the late-night comfort food of choice, ethnic noodle stands and houses are popping up in greater numbers. Check out Hamura’s Saimin Stand (think homemade ramen noodle soup) in Kauai or Jimbo’s Restaurant in Oahu. Another staple in local Hawaiian cuisine are plate lunches. These usually consist of a single plate with scoops of rice and a protein, such as kalua pork, beef teriyaki or chicken katsu. For a romantic atmosphere with an incredible view, try the CanoeHouse on the Big Island. The local seafood offerings like Hawaiian snapper and gobo shrimp reflect the restaurants’ Pacific Rim origins. One of the best upscale restaurants in Maui, David Paul’s Lahaina Grill serves signature dishes like seared Ahi tuna with jasmine rice or kalua duck. All international flights and the majority of those coming from the mainland U.S. arrive at Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on the island of Oahu. Direct service from the mainland is also available for smaller airports in Kahului on Maui, Kona on the Big Island and Lihue on Kauai. From each of these airports, travelers can connect to an inter-island flight using Hawaiian Airlines, MarJet Hawaii, Mokulele Airlines, Island Air, Pacific Wings and the discount carrier, Go! While on Oahu, the cheapest way to get around is the public transportation system called TheBus. There are taxis on all the islands, but for longer stays it’s more efficient to rent a car. Be sure to book your rental car as soon as possible, as prices are based on supply and demand. Boasting 11 different climate zones, the weather in Hawaii can vary greatly due to elevation and terrain. The overall climate of Hawaii is subtropical due to the close proximity to the ocean, which moderates temperatures with gentle leeward breezes. There are only two seasons in Hawaii – summer (May to October) with average highs around 85°F, and winter (November to April) with temperatures that rarely fall below 65°F. Areas on the northern and eastern flanks of the islands will receive the most rainfall due to trade winds bringing in precipitation. The winter months tend to bring the most rain, yet there is no best or worst time to visit. The high season runs from mid-December to mid-April, when flights and hotel prices are the most expensive. The crowds tend to thin out from mid-April to May, as well as mid-September to November; this is the best time to find great deals.
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August 27, 2013

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May 31, 2013

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October 5, 2012

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Tell us who will be traveling, if any children we need the ages

Tell us what kind of bedding is preferred: Double, Queen or King

Tell us which Island[s] you prefer

Tell us the City Airport name from which you will depart, and preferred travel departure time.

Tell us the Day of Week, and DATE

Tell us if you prefer First Class, Business Class or Coach Class

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March 23, 2011

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March 18, 2011

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Four Seasons Maui Wellness Series

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Visitors to Hawaii can take advantage of a new series of Wellness Weekends offered by

The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Maui, which are scheduled throughout the year.

These experiences will include group discussions as well as opportunities for one-on-one sessions with noted practitioners. Programs will deal with alternative and complementary healthcare, Reiki, Pilates, building relationships, personal and spiritual growth, holistic health, devotional yoga and phototherapy, and the process of restoring and enhancing vision naturally.

The next upcoming weekend is titled The Road to Optimal Health, April 21-23, and will feature Mark Emerson, a chiropractic physician who specializes in clinical nutrition and natural treatment methods. He will discuss ways to live healthier and enjoy lasting health benefits without the use of toxic and potentially dangerous medications. He will also address how to prevent heart disease, lower cholesterol and reduce high blood pressure.

Wellness series group discussion events are open and free to hotel guests.

The schedule will include:

Nutrition, Sports Injury and Chiropractic Care, with Dr. Mark Emerson

Live Blood Cell Morphology, with Dr. Ward Joiner and Brandy Gillmore

Greening Your Family’s Routine, with Stacey Malkan

Full Moon Labyrinth Walk, with Eve Eschner Hogan

Pilates, with Mari Winsor

Additional sessions are being planned year round.

Your inquiry is welcomed:

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March 10, 2011

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Prices are per person double occupancy and include all taxes. Airfares are available nationwide. Ask for rates from your departure city. Valid for travel 7 days a week,  departures in any Class of Service; travel must be completed within time period listed. Based on availability at time of booking; restrictions/blackout dates may apply. Airline baggage fees are not included and payable directly to Alaska. Hotel portion is nonrefundable once confirmed. Subject to change without notice. Prices are in U.S. dollars.

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March 7, 2011

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February 15, 2011

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• Take up to $500 off when you book a five night stay (four nights on Oahu) at a participating hotel• Book Hawaiian Airlines for amazing roundtrip rates starting at $477 per person • Take $100 off car rentals• Book with Hertz and receive a free upgrade to a convertible or midsize SUV for the price of a full-size car rental (up to $159 value), plus a free Hertz Gold Membership ($60 value) and a free second driver (up to $65 savings)• Book with Alamo to receive a triple upgrade ($200 savings) and get a full-size car for the price of a compact car • Your savings keep adding up when you combine with other special offers available at select participating hotels (free nights, free breakfast, and more)
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• The St. Regis Princeville Resort
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February 9, 2011

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The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa Inspired by Kings, Grand by Design
  • Located Oceanfront in Sunny Poipu
  • Newly renovated rooms create a comfortable, private retreat
  • Expanded 45,000 sq. ft Anara health and fitness spa
  • Newly refreshed environmentally friendly golf greens
  • Water playground with rivers and waterfalls
  • $20 per room per day resort credit
  • Strongly committed to environmental conservation and preservation of natural resources

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Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa   “A Legendary Experience”
  • Located Oceanfront on famed Kaanapali Beach
  • All guest rooms are newly renovated with an elegance that feels uniquely local
  • Offering Japengo – a chic, sophisticated dining destination
  • Wonderland pool & slide

    Sunshine on Sale: Partial Ocean View, daily breakfast, 5th night free and 5 day compact car
    5 luxurious nights from $2215 for two
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