Say aloha to Oahu!

Oahu Nickname: "The Gathering Place", Hawaii is an amazing destination for school groups because it allows travel to an exotic pacific island full of culture and beauty while remaining in the United States! No passport required!

Oahu is the third largest of the Hawaiian Islands and most populated island in the State of Hawaii. There are 227 miles of shoreline, and two volcanos!  Enjoy the beaches of Waikiki, visit the historic Peal Harbor, hike up the face of Diamond Head Volcano, and see the immense waves at the North Shore. Visitors can learn to make leis, hula dance and enjoy a luau!  Take your group to Hawaii, any time of year!

Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting and Hula Show

Almost every evening between 6 and 7 there is a torch lighting and conch shell ceremony at Kuhio Beach in Waikiki, followed by performances featuring some of Hawaii's finest hula performers.

The USS Arizona Memorial

The USS Arizona Memorial, located at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, marks the resting place of 1,102 of the 1,177 sailors killed on the USS Arizona during the Attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 by Japanese imperial forces, and commemorates the events of that day. Accessible only by boat, it crosses above the middle of the sunken hull of the battleship without touching it. Historical information about the attack, shuttle boats to and from the memorial, and general visitor services are available at the associated USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center.

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Diamond Head Volcano

The volcanic tuff cone is a United States State Monument. A 0.75-mile (1.1-km) hike leads to the edge of the crater's rim.

Hanauma Bay

Hanauma is a marine embayment formed within a volcanic cone and located along the southeast coast of the Island of O'ahu in the Hawaiian Islands. It is both a Nature Preserve and a Marine Life Conservation District. Reflecting changes in attitude, its name has changed over time from Hanauma Bay Beach Park to Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve.

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Pali Lookout

Located at Nuuanu Pali State Park, the lookout overlooks the 985-foot cliffs of the Koolau Mountain Range. And yes, it is extremely windy. The trade winds blow through the valley between the high mountains on either side, forming a strong wind tunnel of sorts. On extra windy days, you can even lean into the wind and let the gusts hold you up.

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Holona Blowhole

The blowhole is a natural occurrence formed by molten lava tubes from volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago. The lava tubes run to the ocean and, when the surf is right, the blowhole shoots water up to 30 feet in the air. The larger the waves, the larger the spray.

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All-Inclusive performance trip

Day One

  • Arrive in Oahu, HI!
  • Meet your Green Light tour manager
  • Receive traditional Hawaiian lei greeting
  • Check into hotel in Waikiki Beach
  • Dinner at Jimmy Buffet’s Restaurant

Day Two

  • Full American breakfast
  • Set sail on the Barefoot Beach Catamaran snorkeling adventure
  • Cash back for lunch in Waikiki Beach
  • Free afternoon to enjoy the beach
  • Dinner at Tanaka’s of Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse
  • Competitive scavenger hunt

Day Three

  • Full American breakfast
  • Depart for Pearl Harbor
  • Tour the USS Arizona Memorial
  • Arrive at the USS Missouri
  • Deli style lunch at the USS Missouri
  • Perform in front of a tourist crowd at the USS Missouri Memorial
  • Commemorative flag raising ceremony during performance
  • Visit the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet
  • Dinner at Hard Rock Cafe

Day Four

  • Full American breakfast
  • Hike to the peak of Diamond Head Volcano for amazing views of the island
  • Cash back for lunch in Waikiki Beach
  • Free afternoon to enjoy the beach
  • Perform for the active and retired veterans at the Hale Koa military hotel
  • Enjoy a traditional Hawaiian Luau

Day Five

  • Full American breakfast
  • Island Tour of Oahu, see the island:
  •     Pali Lookout
  •     Exclusive Kahala Estates
  •     Hanauma Bay
  •     Holona Blow Hole
  • Secret Island Beach BBQ with kayaking, snorkeling, volleyball and live DJ music
  • Dinner at Tiki’s on the Beach
  • See the Friday night fireworks

Day Six

  • Full American breakfast
  • Final beach enjoyment time
  • Check out of hotel
  • Depart for the Ala Moana Shopping Center
  • Lunch in the food court
  • Free time for shopping
  • Depart for Honolulu International Airport