This week, you’re saying “Aloha” to Hawaii! Your trip begins on the beautiful island of Maui where you will spend the first few days incorporating rest and relation, with action and adventure. From Maui, you will be heading to the Big Island where you will be staying on Hawaii’s lava-lined western coast, Kona. While Kona has become a bustling home to shops, dining, and nightlife, it is still rich with history. You’ll be packing tons of bathing suits and beach wear for this trip, but don’t forget your hiking clothes!
Your arrive mid afternoon in Honolulu, where you’re just one short connecting flight away from being in paradise! A private transfer has been arranged to pick you up from the hotel. You spot the driver holding up a sign with your name on it! Now, it’s time to head to the Four Seasons Maui.
Upon arrival, you are shown to your room. You take some time to freshen up and get that airplane smell out of your hair. Tonight’s agenda includes dinner at Master Chef Wolfgang Puck’s Spago located within the resort.
Your first full day at the resort is perfect for getting some sun and relaxing by the beach. This is a great time to adjust to the time difference while working on your tan! Sunscreen and a beach bag are necessities! A late-afternoon, oceanside massage is the perfect end to a relaxing day.
You’ve heard Mama’s Fish House is a must try while in Maui, so you head over to dinner. Located about 45 minutes from the hotel, you’ve arranged to rent a Jeep Wranger to get you there! Mama’s fish house is a converted beach house, nestled within a beautiful coconut grove on the secluded white sand beach of Kuau Cove. The flirty romper you packed paired with heels, is a cute combination for this evening’s dinner!
On your second day on the Island, a Jeep Wrangler has been reserved for you to explore the Road to Hana. A stop at the Tedeschi Vineyard is also on the itinerary for the day. The Tedeschi Vineyard is the Island’s sole commercial winery boasting a varied selection of wines including sparkling, pineapple, grape, and their coveted raspberry dessert wine. With hard work, attention to detail and the pursuit of excellence, Maui’s Winery continues to be a successful and thriving agricultural business. Don’t forget to bring your camera! This is one drive you won’t want to forget! Finish your day with dinner at Duo Steakhouse within the Resort. Set against a luxurious poolside backdrop, and with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, find you attention absorbed by the open kitchen of Duo. Further your experience with a refreshing specialty cocktail or order from the impressive international wine list.
For your next and last excursion in Maui, you’ve planned trip to the Molokini Crater for some snorkeling! The shallow, protected waters of this crescent-moon shaped crater are home to coral reefs and small indigenous fish. Just off the coast of Wailea, the area offers excellent snorkeling accessible only by boat. So don’t forget to bring your towel!
After a long day on the boat, you’re dying to embark on more Hawaiian experiences. Dinner at the Old Lahaina Luau is the perfect remedy. Possibly the favorite Maui luau, is visited by both Hawaiians and visitors alike. The attention to authentic Hawaiian detail sets this Maui luau apart from all other. Arriving at the Old Lahaina Luau you will be greeted with a fresh tropical flower lei and a wonderful Maui mai tai. The grounds at this Maui luau nestle right up to the ocean, with incredible views of Lanai and Molokai. From here, you are virtually guaranteed a spectacular sunset.
Since your flight to Kona isn’t until the afternoon, you’ve decided to see what all the hype is about at Andaz’s Ka’ana Kitchen. You’ve heard great things about their Hawaiian Breakfast that offers just about anything you could desire. Local, fresh, and seasonal is the motto for this restaurant.
It’s a short plane ride to Kona. The Four Seasons does not disappoint with service, and once again you are greeted by your personal driver to escort you to their Resort.
On your first night in Kona, you’ve decided to try the raved about Chef’s Table at the Resort’s ‘Ulu Restaurant. This evening features a food and wine dining experience not only for the “foodies”, but also for anyone who enjoys food and wine. The event is located at the wine table within ‘Ulu Restaurant and for a single group of 4 to 8 people. You won’t forget this special evening.
You dive straight back into adventure mode on your first day on the Island. It’s an early day, but worth it to experience this unforgettable helicopter tour. The Volcano by Air & Land tour allows you to explore the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park area by flight and on foot. This tour features a two-hour flight, landing in Hilo as well as the Punaluu Black Sand Beach and Kau Coffee Farm. After the “air” part of your journey, you will land in Hilo and meet your expert Hawaii Forest & Trail guide to get an up close and personal visit through the remote and rugged landscape of Ka’u. Dinner at Hualalai Grille conveniently located within the Resort is a great ending to this special day.
You’ve arranged a Jeep Wrangler to explore the Island today. Finish the day with dinner at Huggo’s. Hugo’s menu focuses on more casual dining options with an emphasis on island fresh foods, refreshing tropical libations. The vibe is fun and relaxed – a place for good friends and families to create memories together.
Enjoy a half day at the beach before heading back to reality. It’s been an incredible trip with ever-lasting memories. You can’t wait to see what next week’s trip has in store for you.
Special Benefits for Booking Through Jet Set Getaways
All JSG Clients at the Four Seasons receive, For 2015:
- Upgrade on Arrival, subject to availability
- Daily full breakfast, for up to two in room guests
- $100 USD Food & Beverage credit, to be utilized during stay
Benefits Can be Subject to Change and Availability
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