*Prices based upon dates of travel and availability
Gems of Southeast Europe
Touch history in Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania, as you sail along the exotic lower Danube. Celtic fortifications, medieval towns and grand cities, along with the natural beauty of pastoral landscapes and the Danube’s famed Iron Gates, showcase the best of eastern Europe. Nature lovers will relish the opportunity to see Bulgaria’s natural wonder, Belogradchik, a fairytale stone world of fantastic shapes associated with interesting legends; or to bike through Belgrade’s sprawling Kalemegdan Park. Wine connoisseurs will have a chance to taste history from the centuries-old wine-growing hills dating back to the Romans in Ilok, a royal and vinous town. Be treated to the flavors, sights, sounds and cultures of this diverse swath of the continent.
Countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia
Budapest: Scenic cruising
Mohacs: Pécs excursion
OR Mohács bike tour
OR Szekszárd wine tasting
Vukovar: City tour and Eltz Castle
Ilok: OR Croatian wine tasting
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Day 3 cont'd
Novi Sad: “The Athens of Serbia” walking tour
OR Novi Sad bike tour
OR Fruska Gora National Park hike
Evening Petrovaradin Fortress visit
Belgrade: “The City by Two Rivers” tour
Royal Palace and Tito’s Memorial tour
OR Quburich Brandy tasting
OR Belgrade Fortress hike
OR Belgrade bike tour
Iron Gates: Full-day scenic cruising
Vidin: Baba Vida Fortress and Belogradchik with
choice to hike
OR Banitsa pastry and yogurt tasting
OR Vidin bike tour
Rousse: Veliko Tarnovo excursion
OR Rousse walking tour and Rock-hewn
Prices starting at $2200.00/person (including airfare)
Experience the feeling of the Aloha Spirit and what Ohana truly means !! Whether you are getting married, renewing your vows, cruising the Hawaiian Islands or experiencing all that being outdoors in Hawaii has to offer, you will never be bored!!
At the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, learn about one of the most pivotal moments in US history: the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the subsequent entry of the United States into World War II.
As the birthplace of surfing and the undisputed surf capital of the world, what better place than Oahu for clients to learn to engage in this exciting sport?
Outrigger Canoe Rides
Outrigger canoe rides, ocean kayak and boogie board rentals, catamaran sails, snorkel and diving excursions, whale watching and submarine trips deep under the ocean.
Trails on Oahu range from easy to more challenging and from rainforest to mountain range to coastal hikes, offering clients the chance to discover hidden waterfalls, archaeological sites and beautiful native flora.
Oahu offers superb snorkeling opportunities, especially at Hanauma Bay just east of Honolulu and Pupukea Beach Park on the North Shore.
Clients with an avid interest in ocean kayaking or windsurfing should head for Kailua on the windward coast.
Standup paddleboarding is a fun water activity, with lessons and rentals available at many resorts and beach parks around Oahu, including Waikiki, North Shore, Windward Coast and the west side of the island.
Sunset Catamaran Ride
Sunset dinner cruises on sleek catamarans where you can keep watch for green sea turtles and dolphins while enjoying tropical drinks under golden skies.
Napali Sunset Cruise
Your clients will board a catamaran for a sunset cruise along the Napali Coast, sipping a mai tai or guava juice while taking in the spectacular views of the coastline and secluded coves.
Kayak the Wailua River
With tropical foliage along its lush banks, the peaceful Wailua River is a great place for couples to explore by kayak. Even better is combining the experience with a hike to view a hidden waterfall.
Kauai is a hiker’s paradise and a great way for clients to enjoy and explore its pristine valleys and hidden waterfalls. In particular, Waimea Canyon and Koke'e State Park, both on the west side of the island, are idyllic places for hiking, offering over 45 miles of trails.
Explore quaint towns like Waimea, Kapaa, Hanapepe, Hanalei and Koloa
Its quaint, small towns are relaxed places where they can shop and learn about the island’s unique history. They can meet local artists in their studios during the Hanapepe Friday Night Festival & Art Walk or catch a local slack-key guitar performance at the Hanalei Community Center, to name just a few of the unscripted experiences that await.
Sunrise or Sunset Beach strolls
Kauai is blessed with an abundance of unspoiled white sand beaches – in fact, because it is the oldest, it offers more beach per linear coastline than its neighbor islands. Couples will enjoy taking a stroll at sunrise or sunset.
Kauai’s amazing natural beauty is especially dazzling when viewed from a helicopter or small airplane. . These tours soar above the spires of the Napali Coast, dip into Waimea Canyon and reveal the hidden waterfalls. At certain times of year, whales may be spotted in the sea below.
Sunset Garden Tours
Kauai is home to several outstanding botanical gardens, each offering something unique and rare. Three of Kauai’s exquisite gardens are part of the National Tropical Botanical Garden.
The lush beauty of Kauai has played a starring role in countless TV shows and films, including South Pacific, Blue Hawaii, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Jurassic Park, Fantasy Island and many others.
Maui Ocean Center
Engaging exhibits, including a walk-through tank, at this impressive aquarium on Maalea Bay enable families to learn about Maui Nui’s amazing marine life.
Atlantis Submarine Tour
Departing from Lahaina, passengers board 48-passenger submarines that delve 100 feet below the ocean surface. Through large portals, observe marine life drawn to a shipwrecked 19th-century vessel.
Maui Tropical Plantation
Maui Tropical Plantation is a 60 acre working plantation. Narrated TRAM TOUR offers a unique educational opportunity to learn the origins and harvest techniques of Hawaii's commercial fruit crops. Learn interesting facts about sugarcane, pineapple, bananas, coffee, macadamia nuts and more.
Surfing Goat Dairy
Along with tasting the award-winning goat cheese and other products produced at this dairy farm in upcountry Maui, visitors can engage with the resident goats, including milking them.
Maui offers enjoyable lessons in surfing and standup paddleboarding, geared for both kids and adults.
Outrigger Canoe Tour
Sail, snorkel and paddle on a traditional outrigger canoe with experienced guides versed in Hawaiian history, culture and navigation.
Maui, along with Molokai and Lanai, is also known for unparalleled marine life experiences, with superb snorkeling sites and waters teeming with hump-back whales during winter and spring. Added to that are cultural events and festivities that happen all year round.
Manta Night Dives
Gentle manta rays, with wing spans of up to 20 feet, are most visible at night when they come in to feed on plankton. Book your clients on one of the night snorkel/dive tours that depart from various points along the Kona Coast. The companies set up giant lights on the ocean floor, enabling snorkelers and certified divers to watch the graceful rays gliding and somersaulting through the water.
Deep Sea Fishing
Island of Hawaii, with its waters teeming with marlin and other big-game fish, is famous the world over for deep-sea fishing. Book your clients on one of the many charters available out of Kailua-Kona throughout the Kona Coast so they can try their luck at landing the really big one.
Hikers of all abilities will find much to enjoy on island of Hawaii. A great way for clients to explore Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which offers over 150 miles of trails, is on foot. If clients want to combine a hike with ancient wonders, the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail (also known as the Kings’ Trail) encompasses petroglyph fields, heiau (temples), ruins and other sites.
The huge scope of island of Hawaii’s geological marvels are brought together by air tours. Be it by helicopter or small plane, your clients can fly over the steaming craters and lava flows of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the majestic peaks of Maunakea and the waterfalls of the Hamakua Coastline on one thrilling ride.
The clear, calm waters off the Kona and Kohala Coasts provide great snorkeling opportunities. On the Kohala Coast, Hapuna Beach and Anaehoomalu Bay are prime spots for snorkeling excursions. South of Kailua-Kona, Honaunau Bay is another.
In the upcountry around Waimea, clients can experience the paniolo (the Hawaiian word for cowboy) lifestyle at working ranches and ride horses through verdant rolling pastures that look more like Wyoming than Hawaii.
Island of Hawaii offers a number of exciting zipline options, including the chance to soar above a rainforest and then take a dip in a refreshing natural pool fed by a spectacular waterfall.
This deep, cliff-enclosed valley is said to be where many of the ancient Hawaiian alii (royalty) are buried. Clients can take a guided hike or van tour to the valley floor, a peaceful world of kalo (taro) patches, fruit trees and isolated homesteads. Or they can savor views of the valley and coastline from up high at the Waipio Valley Lookout.