Take your group to paradise this year and enjoy the beauty of Hawaii’s sandy beaches and sensational sunsets. Perform at historic Pearl Harbor, hike to the top of Diamond Head, and experience a traditional Hawaiian Luau! Oahu is filled with fun, adventure, and education. Performance opportunities are varied and unique.
Remember the Heroes Concert Series offers performing groups the opportunity to pay tribute to United States military heroes by way of a patriotic public performance in the shadows of the USS Arizona Memorial and USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Each group will receive a professional banner, a United States flag flown over the USS Bowfin, and a Remember The Heroes trophy to commemorate their performance.
Located on the south shore of Honolulu, the world-famous neighborhood of Waikiki was once a playground for Hawaiian royalty. Known in Hawaiian as “spouting waters,” Waikiki was introduced to the world when its first hotel, the Moana Surfrider, was built on its shores in 1901. Today, Waikiki is Oahu’s main hotel and resort area and a vibrant gathering place for visitors from around the world. Along the main strip of Kalakaua Avenue, you’ll find world-class shopping, dining, entertainment and activities.
The trail to the summit of Le’ahi (Hawaiian name for Diamond Head Crater) was built in 1908 as part of Oahu’s coastal defense system. At the summit, you’ll see bunkers on the crater rim and a navigational lighthouse built in 1917 along the coast outside the crater. The postcard view of the shoreline of southeastern Oahu from Koko Head to Wai’anae is stunning, and during winter may include passing humpback whales.
Catamaran sailing is one of the most popular activities in Hawaii. Catamaran sailing provides you and your students with a comfortable, smooth sailing experience. The catamarans can also safely pick up some speed and give you the true feeling of sailing, without leaning or being splashed by rough water.
At Germaine’s Luau, take in the rich cultural heritage of the Pacific Islands. Enjoy a spectacular show delivered to you at the ocean’s edge, under the stars and palm trees. Be touched by the magic of ancient Hawaii and its splendor. Feel the touch of Aloha.
Snorkeling is one of the most popular activities in the Aloha State. If you think a land or aerial tour of Hawaii provides spectacular scenery, try taking in the views just below the ocean’s surface. Glide effortlessly along the gentle currents and see brilliantly colored fish, green sea turtles, exotic coral reef beds and more of Hawaii’s undersea life. And the good news is, there are great snorkeling spots across the island.
Within the grounds of Pearl Harbor are a number of exhibits, displays, memorials, and museums, honoring not only the 1,177 victims of the Japanese attacks, but all of those who bravely served in World War II. Built over the wreckage of the USS Arizona, the Memorial is a sobering experience where visitors to Hawaii come to pay their respects. The USS Missouri Battleship and the Pacific Aviation Museum are located on Ford Island, offering unique insights into the war. The USS Bowfin Submarine takes visitors through the narrow corridors of an integral war vessel which was often submerged for months at a time.
This private island time will include volleyball, canoeing, kayaking, horseshoes, badminton, sunbathing, laying in hammocks and more! Buffet menu includes BBQ Pulled Pork, Teriyaki Chicken, Baked Beans, Rice, Salad, Pineapple and Dessert.
Oahu’s North Shore Beaches are world famous for its winter surf swells at beaches including Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach. Surfers all over the island, and the world, will tell you these beaches are perfect for a relaxing day spent swimming, soaking up the rays, and cooking out.