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Honolulu, Hawaii Fun & Sun
40's - 50's and 60s+ Singles Vacations

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

January 12 - January 18, 2025

Hawaiian royalty enjoyed the sand and warm blue waters off Waikiki, now it is Best Single Travel's turn. Take a trip of a lifetime and stay at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. Set among a tropical landscape covering 22 acres, the hotel boasts Waikiki’s widest and most spectacular white sand beach as well as Waikiki’s only saltwater lagoon. Get out of the cold and say Aloha as you stand on the warm sandy beach on this wonderful singles vacation. So what are you waiting for, join us in Waikiki Hawaii
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Honolulu Hawaii Singles Vacation Daily Itinerary

Hawaii hio grand circle island tourVacation Day 1 - Sunday:  Arrive in Honolulu
Arrive at Honolulu airport and make your way to the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. All group hotel rooms are Partial Oceanview Rooms!  No activities are planned for today but arrive early and lounge at the hotel pool or on the beach. Tonight meet and greet your host and fellow vacationers. Then enjoy a wonderful dinner (not included), with live music by legendary Hawaiian entertainers


Vacation Day 2 - Monday: Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort Day
hilton hawaiian village resortEnjoy a leisurely morning and adjust to the time zone change as we spend the day at our amazing resort located on Waikiki beach. Dine-in or Grab-n-Go breakfast from one of the many restaurants or Starbucks then join the group as we explore the hotel. Features like the secluded manmade lagoon and the tropical gardens complete with exotic birds may be reminiscent of a remote Hawaiian jungle. Paradise Pool is a huge activity pool that overlooks Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon, and it has the longest waterslide in Waikiki. The Super Pool, a 10,000-square-foot beachfront pool, is for serious swimmers (no floats or toys allowed). The shallow Keiki Pool for small children is adjacent to the Super Pool, while the Tapa Pool is located between Tapa Tower and Diamond Head Tower. The Kalia Tower has its own infinity pool on the fourth floor.
This afternoon, let's kick back and relax on a comfortable lounge chair by one of the six pools. Go for a swim and just enjoy the sunshine.
Cruise SunsetAbout 4:30pm we will transfer to the port. Our Welcome Dinner will be onboard Hawaii’s largest sunset dinner cruise ship, the Star of Honolulu. We sail out of Honolulu Harbor to Diamond Head offering us stunning 360 degree views of the sunset and Waikiki city lights from 4 floors of walk-around decks and a 60 foot high observation deck. Enjoy exquisite cuisine prepared by the cruise master chefs, premium cocktails and live Hawaiian entertainment for the most memorable experience in Hawaii.

Vacation Day 3 - Tuesday: Pearl Harbor & Historical City Tour
Pearl HarborThe five hour Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City Tour is one of Oahu's most popular sightseeing experiences and gives us a special look at Honolulu's history. We will travel first to historic Pearl Harbor, where we will have time to tour the renovated Pearl Harbor Memorial Museum and Visitor Center, the hub for all four Pearl Harbor historic sites: WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument (USS Arizona Memorial), USS Bowfin Submarine Museum, USS Missouri Memorial, and the Pacific Aviation Museum.
After our visit, we are off on a fully narrated tour of Honolulu city highlights. We will pass Punchbowl Hawaii hio pearl harbor honolulu city tourCrater, part of an extinct volcano and now home to the National Cemetery of the Pacific. Downtown see the state capitol and Washington Place, former home of Hawaiian royalty and Hawaii's governors.
A stop at the King Kamehameha statue allows time to take photos. View Iolani Palace, the only royal palace on American soil, and Kawaiahao Church, where services are still held in the native Hawaiian language. Our tour winds up with a drive through Chinatown before returning to our resort in the early afternoon.
Tonight we will have dinner (not included) at one of the resort's restaurants. Then listen to music at one of the many lounges or bars.

Vacation Day 4 - Wednesday:  Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort Day
Waikiki lagoonToday is the day to lie back and work on your tan and/or partake in one of the resort activities. Enjoy an array of fun-filled activities at the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon, a spectacular five-acre salt-water lagoon featuring a state-of-the-art water circulation system. The resort's sparkling lagoon is the perfect place to lounge on a beach chair (included), take a tranquil swim, ride an aqua-cycle, try stand-up paddle yoga, or experience swimming as a Mermaid.
Need a break from the sun then discover over 90 shops and boutiques, including a myriad of stores at Rainbow Bazaar, from grocery shopping to Hawaiian shirts and surf clothing. Find Hilton Hawaiian Pondgold and silver jewelry, Ikat weavings, masks, baskets or pick out treasures at the Pearl Factory.
The Mandara Spa offers 25 wet and dry treatment rooms. Offering a wide range of treatments that incorporate Hawaiian, Asian, Western, European and Polynesian beauty and relaxation concepts. The spa also has a private, mosaic-tiled pool, whirlpool and sun terrace for spa guests to enjoy, a relaxation lounge, sauna and both Western and Japanese-style showers. The fitness center features Fitness by Precor cardio machines with personal TVs, headphones, free weights and yoga mats.
Tonight we will take a walk outside the resort to a local restaurant for shopping, exploring and dining.


Vacation Day 5 - Thursday:  Polynesian Cultural Center - Ali’i Luau - HA: Breath of Life" Evening Show
Hawaii polynesian cultural centerToday we travel thirty two miles from Waikiki to the Polynesian Cultural Center, a lush retreat into the past, capturing the music, dance, and culture of six Pacific island nations: Fiji, Tonga, Tahiti, Hawaii, New Zealand, and Samoa. Experience thousands of years of cultural traditions in these villages, brought to life by native Pacific islanders. Enjoy an informative orientation at each village with hands-on cultural activities.
In the Hawaiian Village, we get to share the beauty of the islands through dance and song while hula lessons are provided throughout the day. We can also try a few ancient Hawaiian games, polynesian cultural center boattaste freshly prepared poi or discover the art of lauhala weaving.
Fijian warriors welcome us while the women entertain with traditional dance in the Fijian Village. Learn how to make coconut oil and gaze up at the awe inspiring 6 story temple.
In the village of Samoa, enjoy Samoan song and dance and watch as a young warrior climbs a 40-foot coconut tree-in his bare feet.
A formal welcome to the New Zealand village includes the powerful Maori war-dance: the Haka. Learn ancient games of skill still taught to Maori school children, watch artisans carve deadly looking weapons, discover interesting cooking and food preservation methods.
At the Tonga village, we can paddle a native-style outrigger canoe used centuries ago, play the Tongan shuffleboard gam, test our skills throwing spears and learn how to dance sitting down.
polynesian cultural center nativeDon’t miss the special wedding ceremony at the Tonga village. Other experiences include sampling melt-in-your-mouth coconut bread, pole fishing and throwing a spear at a coconut.
The luau focuses on Hawaiian hula in terms of entertainment, and other Polynesian dances like Haka, Tahitian dance, and fire knife dance will be performed at the night show, “HA: Breath of Life”
Early evening at “Hale Aloha”, a venue specially made for a great Luau experience, “Ali’i luau”, or “royal luau”, is where we can watch Polynesian dance performances Alii luauand fill our stomachs with all-you-can-eat Hawaiian/Polynesian food. The menu consist of a variety of Hawaiian dishes such as Kalua Pork, Hulihuli Chicken, Ahi (Tuna) Poke, and Poi,plus seasonal local fruit, salad bar, roasted pork and local fish at the carving station. The luau focuses on Hawaiian hula and other Polynesian dances like Haka, Tahitian dance, and fire knife dance will be performed at the night show, “HA: Breath of Life”.
After dinner, the dramatic show “Ha: Breath of Life” will captivate our imagination as we hear the drums, see native dances, and watch the journey of Mana as he grows from boy to warrior. Over a hundred performers from across the Pacific bring this ancient legend to life. Its pulsating tropical rhythms will carry us deep into our own island reverie.


Vacation Day - Friday: Beach Day or Waikiki Trolley - Diamond Head & Halona Blowhole - Duke's Barefoot Bar
DiamonheadOur day starts mid-morning with a leisurely walk to the Waikiki Shopping Plaza where we board the Blue Line trolley for our fun morning out. Our first stop takes us to Diamond Head, one of the most iconic natural landmarks of Hawaii. Rising 760 feet with a 3,520-foot crater, this volcano is nothing short of breathtaking. Hiking Diamond Head might first appear to be a challenging all day climb, but these Oahu hiking trails can sometimes be deceiving, as it really only takes about 40 to 60 minutes to reach the summit of the Diamond Head hike. Climb to the top for a panoramic view of Honolulu, Waikiki Beach, the Pacific Ocean and more. The hike is ranked as “easy to moderate” in physical exertion, and offers unparalleled views of the coastline. Take note that while the climb itself requires little exertion, the staircases at the end can be challenging for those not in “peak” shape, and can leave you breathless…though the views at the top will prove worth the climb!
Halona Blowhole Lava TubesTraveling along Oahu’s spectacular southeast coastlin, through Kalanianaole Highway which is famous for its rugged cliffs and dramatic ocean scapes, we will arrive at the famous Halona Blowhole. The Blowhole was created thousands of years ago when molten lava tubes were formed from volcanic eruptions and overlooks some of the most violent waters in Hawai‘i. During the winter months, strong currents and big waves send waters rushing into the molten lava tubes below the lookout, sending geysers as high as 30 feet through the blowhole. The bigger the waves, the higher the geysers. We may also see whales breaching or spouting at the surface.
Dukes BarefootWe will be back in time to enjoy the afternoon by the pool or beach.
Tonight we have our Farewell dinner at Duke's Barefoot Bar, an iconic establishment in Waikiki. Duke's Waikiki celebrates an atmosphere that encompasses surfing, the spirit of Hawaii, and live music on the beach. Even with the crowd, the music, the food, the drinks are all designed to draw you back to a simpler time when Duke was still riding the longboard.


Vacation Day 7 - Saturday: Depart Hawaii
This morning is your last chance to catch those final rays 
before its time to say Aloha to Waikiki and all your new travel friends. Make your way to the airport, according to your flight schedule as our singles vacation has come to an end.


Honolulu, Hawaii Fun & Sun Singles Vacation

Dates: January 12 - January 18, 2025

Price: $2,695*

Singles Weekend Includes
* 6 Nights Accommodations
* Welcome Dinner Cruise - Luau - Farewell Dinner

* Singles Travel Leader
* Guided Tours, Activities and Admissions per itinerary
* All Taxes and Surcharges


The price per person is for a double room. Free roommate matching is available on all our vacations, so there is never a need to pay a "single supplement". If you wish to room alone it is an additional $1250

Not Included

* Airfare
* Airport Shuttle
* Gratuities

Deposit $400
Final Payment Due - November 12, 2024
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