Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Guide to the Hawaiian Islands 2016-2017
4 3 7 6 8 5 1 The best pools and water slides in Waikiki. Five unique resort pools in all. Spend a day on the widest stretch of sand on Waikiki at Duke Kahanamoku Beach, named "The #1 Beach in America," in 2014 by Dr. Stephen Leatherman on his annual list. Waikiki Starlight Luau:® Waikiki’s only luau extravaganza under the stars, featuring four fre knife dancers. The award-winning kid’s program, “Camp Penguin®” teaches kids about Hawaii and immerses them in the history and culture of the islands through fun outings and educational activities. For ages 5-12. Friday Night Fireworks. Enjoy the energy of the “Rockin’ Hawaiian Rainbow Revue” at 7:00pm pool side, or sit under the stars and enjoy the dramatic freworks spectacular every Friday night at around 7:45pm. Our beautiful green lawns are the perfect place to start your mornings in Waikiki with daily morning exercise classes: Yoga, Aerobics or Tai Chi. Hawaiian Cultural Activities. Demonstrations of Hawaiian arts, crafts and culture, exclusive to Hilton Hawaiian Village, including hula and Tahitian lessons, ukulele, lei-making and more. Stay at Hilton Hawaiian Village® and discover the top 10 reasons why Waikiki's favorite oceanfront playground is the best choice and the best value in Waikiki. Visit www.HiltonHawaiianVillage.com, call 1-800-HILTONS or you can call direct at (808) 949-4321 Explore the Waikiki coast on the“Spirit of Aloha,” from the Hilton dock in front of the resort. Enjoy snorkeling, sunset cocktails or Friday night freworks & dinner. 2 9 10 Learn how to surf or stand-up paddle surf with the experts where surfng was born. Lessons and rentals available at Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon. With 20 restaurants and lounges, you are sure to fnd a variety of delicious options from grilled steaks and ocean views to your favorite pizza. When dining as a family at the popular Tropics Bar & Grill, be sure to ask for the Kids' Menu!
Island of Hawaii Travel Planner 2017-2018