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We will be cruising on the NCL Pride of America. This magnificent ship is a spectacular salute to the many regions of the United States with vibrant Stars & Stripes artwork on the hull. An Alaskan Gold Rush Saloon, a New Orleans-style Mardi Gras Cabaret Lounge, a French restaurant inspired by Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, and a Waikiki Bar are just a few of the great choices that include 8 restaurants and 10 bars and lounges. You will experience the flavor of the U.S. while enjoying the Aloha Spirit of the Ha- waiian crew on board as we cruise the dramatic coastlines of Kauai, the Big Island of Hawaii, Maui and Oahu on unique 7-day inter-island Hawaii cruises. And enjoy such innovative features as a tennis court, a conservatory and art gallery. Plus the freedom of Freestyle Cruising. With overnight stays in both Kauai and Maui, Pride of America alleviates all the hassles of inter-island travel... no need to pack and unpack or bother with pesky inter-island airline security. Plus, with the freedom and flexibility of Freestyle Cruising, you can spend as much time ashore as you choose and not worry about returning to the ship in time for early or late seating. The following itinerary for days 1, 2, 3 and 4 are if you use our air and ho- tel package, which will be available by June 30, 2019 . You can, of course, arrange your own air. Day 1—Feb. 5 - Today we take a leisurely bus ride to Atlanta where we will spend the night. We will get up the next day ready for our flight to Honolulu. Day 2– Feb. 6-We will fly to Honolulu, Oahu. We should arrive in Honolulu in time for a nice dinner, a walk on the beach, and a good nights rest for our tour the next day. Day 3 - Feb. 7-Today we will take Oa- hu's Award Winning Grand Circle Is- land Tour. During this captivating, wrap -around adventure, you will be swept off to the island’s most awe-inspiring landmarks and destinations, including Dole Plantation, Chinaman’s Hat, Dia- mond Head, Kahala Estates, Hanauma Bay Lookout, Halona “Blow Hole” Lookout, Waimanalo Town, Nuuanu Pali Lookout, Byodo-In Temple, Kualoa Ranch, Laie Hawaii Mormon Temple, and North Shore Surfing Beaches. Day 4 - Feb. 8-Today we will go on a city tour of Honolulu and the USS Ari- zona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. After our tour we will head for the ship. We will set sail for Kahului, Hawaii at 8:00 pm. Feb. 5—Feb. 15 , 2020 (With our air package) Feb. 8—Feb. 15, 2020 (cruise only) Pearl Harbor Memorial 256-845-0042
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  • We will be cruising on the NCL Pride of America. This magnificent ship is a spectacular salute to the many regions of the United States with vibrant Stars & Stripes artwork on the hull. An Alaskan Gold Rush Saloon, a New Orleans-style Mardi Gras Cabaret Lounge, a French restaurant inspired by Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, and a Waikiki Bar are just a few of the great choices that include 8 restaurants and 10 bars and lounges. You will experience the flavor of the U.S. while enjoying the Aloha Spirit of the Ha-waiian crew on board as we cruise the dramatic coastlines of Kauai, the Big Island of Hawaii, Maui and Oahu on unique 7-day inter-island Hawaii cruises. And enjoy such innovative features as a tennis court, a conservatory and art gallery. Plus the freedom of Freestyle Cruising. With overnight stays in both Kauai and Maui,

    Pride of America alleviates all the hassles of inter-island travel... no need to pack and unpack or bother with pesky inter-island airline security. Plus, with the freedom and flexibility of Freestyle Cruising, you can spend as much time ashore as you choose and not worry about returning to the ship in time for early or late seating. The following itinerary for days 1, 2, 3 and 4 are if you use our air and ho-tel package, which will be available by June 30, 2019 . You can, of course, arrange your own air.

    Day 1—Feb. 5 - Today we take a leisurely bus ride to Atlanta where we will spend the night. We will get up the next day ready for our flight to Honolulu. Day 2– Feb. 6-We will fly to Honolulu, Oahu. We should arrive in Honolulu in time for a nice dinner, a walk on the beach, and a good nights rest for our tour the next day. Day 3 - Feb. 7-Today we will take Oa-hu's Award Winning Grand Circle Is-land Tour. During this captivating, wrap

    -around adventure, you will be swept off to the island’s most awe-inspiring landmarks and destinations, including Dole Plantation, Chinaman’s Hat, Dia-mond Head, Kahala Estates, Hanauma Bay Lookout, Halona “Blow Hole” Lookout, Waimanalo Town, Nuuanu Pali Lookout, Byodo-In Temple, Kualoa Ranch, Laie Hawaii Mormon Temple, and North Shore Surfing Beaches. Day 4 - Feb. 8-Today we will go on a city tour of Honolulu and the USS Ari-zona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. After our tour we will head for the ship. We will set sail for Kahului, Hawaii at 8:00 pm.

    Feb. 5—Feb. 15 , 2020 (With our air package)

    Feb. 8—Feb. 15, 2020 (cruise only)

    Pearl Harbor Memorial

    256-845-0042

  • Day 5 - 6 -Feb. 9 – 10 We arrive at Kahului, Maui at 8:00 am we will spend 2 days on this beautiful island. On the island of Maui, volcanic Mount Haleakala is the dominant physical feature and figures prominent-ly in many of the shore excursions from the port of Kahului. You can be an early riser and see the sun come up over Haleakala or be a bit more leisurely and come up yourself, in a helicopter, for a not-to-be-forgotten view of the volcano and the island. For those of you who like to ride bikes but hate climbing hills, how does a 38-mile trip – downhill all the way – from the 10,000-foot summit of Mount Haleakala, sound? Maybe you’d rather hike the moonscape-like crater of Haleakala? You can drive

    to Hana, picnic and enjoy the trip back with a tummy fill of island cuisine. Or, if wet is your thing, hike in the rain-forest and swim in waterfall pools. Jeeps and tour buses take you on-road and off-road to destinations in Hana for adventures, shopping, dining and sightseeing. Day 7 - Feb. 11 -Today we are docked at Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii. On the Big Island of Hawaii you can: swim, snorkel, parasail, hike in a rainforests, kayak, paddle a Hawaiian canoe, watch whales, surf, go boogie boarding, scuba diving, fine dining, sail, go big game fishing, hunting, bird watching, take pic-tures, go in a submarine to see coral reefs, visit historical Hawaiian sites, take bus tours, boat tours, helicopter tours, hiking tours, sailboat tours, and mountain bike tours, go to a luau, learn how to hula and weave lauhala, or get a tan and relax! Tonight (weather permitting) and if the lava is flowing we have a once in a life time chance to see hot flowing lava as we sail by The Kilauea Volcano . The world’s most active volcano, is currently celebrating over 20 years of con-tinuous eruption by lighting up the nighttime sky with glowing lava.

    Day 8 - Feb. 12 -We arrive at Kona, Hawaii at 7:00 am. Journey from the rugged, black shores of this volcanic island to the spectacular waterfalls and rain forests. Or visit the famous Parker Ranch—Hawaii's own version of the Wild West with rolling pastureland overlooking peaceful bays. Blue sky and blue water dominate the port of Kona, on the Big Island of Hawaii, and they are integral to virtually every shore excursion. The Big Island Helicopter Spectacular gives you a sweeping visual tour of the whole island, including its lava flow. Back to the lush green earth, there’s the Cloud Forest Botanical Walk, the fascinating Road to Kona trip, and, at the end of a lovely day, a private romantic sunset dinner on the beach. The three S’s – sailing, snorkeling and scuba – take you to explore the remote Kona coast and its caves and lava tubes, to cavort among the whales, and to relax aboard sailboats and catamarans. Sport fishing is an-

    other stellar outing for your vacation on the BigIsland. The 12,000-square-ft. Aloha Center is just a block away from Nawiliwili Harbor's disembarkation center. It features an art gallery, coffee shop, clothing store, helicopter tour and moped rental outlets, drawing and poetry classes, and 16 arts and crafts vendors. Wares include wooden bowls, pad-dles and boxes; jewelry; candles; Hawaiian quilts; slippers; and beauty products. Shoppers also will want to browse at Harbor Mall and Anchor Cove. Gay & Robinson Sugar Plantation is one of only two working sugar plantations in Hawaii (the other is on Maui). A two-hour tour takes you into the fields and factory. You'll learn about the history of the plantation; how cane is planted, irrigated and harvested; and how sugar is processed.

  • Day 9 - 10—Feb. 13– 14 -We arrive in Nawiliwili, Kauai at 8:00am. Kauai is the oldest of the eight major Hawaiian Islands, with volcanic rock dating back 5.5 million years, but it displays all the beauty and vigor of youth. From lush rain forests and valleys to majestic mountains and long stretches of white sand, there's no question: Nature takes center stage here. In fact, Kauai has 43 beaches -- more per mile of coastline than any of the other islands. Only 3 percent of the island has been developed for commercial and residential use; the rest are agricultural and conservation lands. Two-thirds of Kauai's 533 square miles are impenetrable. Day 11 – Feb. 15 - Disembark in Honolulu. If you are doing our air package we will tour more of Oahu and then the bus will transfer us to the airport. We will arrive back in Atlanta on Sunday Feb. 25, 2017.

    Cruising is a great way to travel. You have the same room on the ship each night and all your food is included on the ship. There are many free activities on the boat and also lots of places to relax and read or take a nap.

    CALL NOW TO RESERVE YOUR CABIN.

    AIR & HOTEL PACKAGE Will be available by June 30, 2019

    Vacation insurance is available and recommended.

    All prices are based on availability and subject to change. Price includes port taxes and fees.

    Signing up is easy, just call Denita Lewis —256-717-4460

    Dan’s Tours & Travel, LLC

    PO Box 680705 Ft. Payne 35968 256-845-0042

    Inside Cabins- From $1819

    Ocean view - From $2389

    Balcony - From $2589 all above prices are per person double

    occupancy and do not include air. $250 deposit required to hold your

    cabin. Deposit is fully refundable pri-or to Oct. 9, 2019.

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