When visiting the islands of Hawaii you will find palm-fringed blue lagoons, lush rainforests, hidden gardens, cascading waterfalls, wild rivers running through canyons, and soaring volcanoes; and, of course, the fabulous beaches, gold, red, black sands with miles and miles of surf. The possibilities for adventure and relaxation are limitless.
Each of the six main islands, Oahu (Honolulu), Maui, Kauai, Hawaii (big island), Lanai and Molokai are separate, distinct, and infinitely complex. There is so much to see and do that many people return to the Aloha State year after year. Call us for customized honeymoon packages, family gatherings or just a desire to visit this marvelous state. No passports are necessary and vacations can be customized to satisfy all your needs.
The island nations of Australia and New Zealand are a wealth of friendly people, amazing landscapes and some of the world’s most unusual flora and fauna. These lands offer an array of travel experiences and cultures. Whether you seek a relaxing getaway or an active adventure with mini stays at the spectacular Ayers Rock, the Olgas and Kakadu National Park; breathtaking cruises to the great barrier reef, on awesome Milford Sound or the yellow river Billabong, we can customize your vacation to meet all budgets or make arrangements for a deluxe fully-guided tour.
If you dream of escaping to an idyllic isle, basking in the tropical sun and lazing on a white sand beach lapped by sparkling seas, there is no better place than the Islands of Tahiti and Fiji. Tahiti identifies the main island as well as the group of islands that make up French Polynesia. Tahiti, with its capital of Papeete, is a cosmopolitan town with world class resorts and excellent restaurants. Moorea is known for its ragged volcanic peaks. The pace of life is much slower, villages dot the waterfront road where a lazy barefoot existence prevails. Bora Bora, with her beautiful lagoon, is perhaps the Polynesian island most often dreamed of for the tropical vacation of a lifetime. Explore the island by foot, bicycle or 4WD, or just sit back and enjoy your island paradise in your overwater bungalow.