Kauaʻi Vacation Giveaway
We are so thrilled to be joining forces with some incredible local businesses to create the ultimate Kauaʻi experience for one lucky winner.
The Kauaʻi Vacation Giveaway includes a sunset cruise, luxury hotel stay, ATV adventure, and Hawaiian lūʻau–for two–on the Garden Island. Come visit us at booth 1039 at the Travel & Adventure Show on February 3rd in Los Angeles and enter to win!
Here is what to expect from this specially curated Kauaʻi experience:
- A sunset dinner boat tour along the Nāpali Coast with Holo Holo Charters is a uniquely Kauaʻi experience. Aboard our namesake vessel, guests enjoy dinner, drinks, marine life, history, and a smooth ride. Witnessing the magnificence of the Nāpali Coast will continuously take your breath away…even if this isn’t your first time. From the water, our captain will point out the “forbidden island” of Niʻihau, the last island in the chain, with a rich and underrepresented history. The sculpted mountains of Kauaʻi’s coast jutting out into the ocean paired with the bright colors of a Hawaiian sunset will create memories to last a lifetime, or the next time we set sail. Spinner dolphins often join us on our journey, and humpback whales are known to stop by between December and April during their seasonal stay. Our island-influenced dinners pair nicely with the complimentary mai tais, beer, wine, and soft drinks offered on board. A sunset champagne toast ends the evening as we make our return to port. There’s a reason we’ve been named the #1 Best Boat Tour in the U.S. by the USA Today. We can’t wait to share our aloha with you.
- You’ll kick up some dirt on this gritty adventure (with a view) courtesy of Kōloa ATV. Off-roading in Kauaʻi’s backcountry, this heart-pumping off-the-beaten-path excursion is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Check out famous movie sites and ocean views while learning about the land’s history along the way. The tour ends with traditional catch and release fishing with bamboo fishing poles for a fully authentic experience.
- A two-night stay at the Grand Hyatt in Poʻipū is as picturesque and luxurious as it gets. Oceanfront in sunny Poʻipū, the view alone explains why the Grand Hyatt is an enviable getaway destination on Kauaʻi. However, with a multi-level pool, giant water slide, saltwater lagoon and lazy river, it may take you a day to finally make it down to the beach. The impeccable grounds include top-tier dining options, a full-service spa, and the coastal Poʻipū Bay Golf Course, complete with 18 championship holes to keep you busy during your stay.
- Deemed the Best Lūʻau on the Island by The Ultimate Kauaʻi Guidebook, Smithʻs Tropical Paradise brings the traditions of ancient Hawaiʻi to life. Surrounded by local flora, hula and fire dancers delight in the art of Polynesian dance. Native songs and chants fill the air alongside rhythmic drumming, as a traditional paʻina (feast) is served. Kalua pig traditionally prepared in an imu, teriyaki beef, poi and more local dishes offer a variety of island flavors. The grounds are as intriguing as the entertainment, taking place within a 30-acre tropical oasis in lush Wailua River Valley.