8 Days / 7 Nights in Hawaii from only $700 for up to 4 guests – save 61%!

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  • Hawaiian Condo Resorts Hawaii - 8 Days / 7 Nights in Hawaii from only $700 for up to 4 guests – save 61%!
  • Hawaiian Condo Resorts Hawaii - 8 Days / 7 Nights in Hawaii from only $700 for up to 4 guests – save 61%!
  • Hawaiian Condo Resorts Hawaii - 8 Days / 7 Nights in Hawaii from only $700 for up to 4 guests – save 61%!
  • Hawaiian Condo Resorts Hawaii - 8 Days / 7 Nights in Hawaii from only $700 for up to 4 guests – save 61%!
  • Hawaiian Condo Resorts Hawaii - 8 Days / 7 Nights in Hawaii from only $700 for up to 4 guests – save 61%!
  • Hawaiian Condo Resorts Hawaii - 8 Days / 7 Nights in Hawaii from only $700 for up to 4 guests – save 61%!
  • Hawaiian Condo Resorts Hawaii - 8 Days / 7 Nights in Hawaii from only $700 for up to 4 guests – save 61%!
 
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We’ve got an amazing deal which is too good to pass up – an unforgettable getaway to Hawaii! This offer gives you the choice of 11 condo hotels and resorts – located on Oahu/Waikiki, Maui, Kauai and The Big Island of Hawaii! Starting from only $700 for 8 days and 7 nights, you’ll enjoy your choice of a fully-appointed condo-style unit sleeping up to 4 guests!  It’s so simple to plan – just purchase your voucher and follow the easy booking instructions. Voucher expires 1 year from date of purchase and travel must be booked by Voucher expiration date, which gives you the time you need to gather your friends and family, and pick the dates that are perfect for you. Make sure to purchase your voucher within the next 2 weeks… and get ready to save over $1,100 on an unforgettable vacation escape to the “Land of Aloha!”!

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL

8 Days / 7 nights at a resort of your choice on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island!

  • Seven nights in tastefully-decorated and fully-equipped unit at your choice of 3 to 5-star condo resorts
  • Resort amenities including swimming pool, fitness center and more
  • “Dinner on Us” VISA Dine-around program – a $100 value

ACCOMMODATIONS

Your home-away-from-home will be at a resort of your choosing on one of the magical islands in the state of Hawaii. Base yourself in city, a town or on the beach… on the island of Oahu, Maui, Kauai or on the Big Island of Hawaii. Whatever you choose, where-ever you stay, it’s sure to be unforgettable!

The participating resorts in this offer are rated 3 – 5 stars and rooms are typically “condominium-style,” which is great for families, singles and couples alike. This means that units a private bedroom with a separate living area (unless the room is described as a “Studio”). Most rooms have pullout sofa-beds, a dining area, and often the rooms will have full kitchens.

This getaway features a choice of some of Hawaii’s top condo-style hotels and resorts!

OAHU
Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk
Hawaiian Princess at Makaha Beach

MAUI
Sands of Kahana Vacation Club
Maui Beach Vacation Club

KAUAI
The Cliffs Resort
Wyndham Bali Hai Villas
Lawai Beach Resort

HAWAII, THE BIG ISLAND
Wyndham Kona Hawaiian Resort
The Kona Coast Resort II
Waikoloa Paniolo Greens

It’s so easy – just purchase your 8 day/7-night voucher, and you’ll have up to a year to make your reservation and go on an unforgettable getaway vacation to one of the beautiful Hawaiian Islands!

"DINNER ON US" VISA DINE-AROUND - $100 VALUE!

So here’s a nice little TripAlertz extra – take advantage of a fabulous Dine-Around offer during your Lake Tahoe getaway. Receive a rebate of up to $25 per meal (maximum of 4) when you use your VISA for qualifying purchases at a number of popular participating restaurants. And yes, we’re talking “popular” family restaurants like Outback Steakhouse, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Chili’s...you get the idea. Click on the link below for details!

http://www.tripsincentives.com/DineAround.html

GETTING HERE

  • Honolulu International Airport (airport code: HNL) on Oahu is Hawaii's major airport, serving as the entry point for most of Hawaii's visitors. All major domestic carriers and many international carriers serve Oahu, so you can get here from just about anywhere.
  • There are also direct flights from the U.S. mainland to Maui (Kahului Airport code: OGG), Kauai (Lihue Airport code: LIH) and the Big Island of Hawaii (Hilo International airport code: ITO and Kailua/Kona International airport code: KOA)

HOW TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION

  • Purchase your 8-day / 7 night voucher from TripAlertz
  • Your will receive an e-mail with your confirmation number along with booking instructions.
  • All redemption questions should be directed to Trips Incentives at 954-376-6100

Need-to-know

  • Base price for 8 days / 7 nights is $99 for up to 4 guests, payable to TripAlertz
  • Resort Fees, Taxes and Processing fees are payable to Trips Incentives upon redemptaion, as follows: Resort Fee ($45/nt = $315); Taxes & Processing Fees - $149/person for two guests = $298 (3rd & 4th person are free)
  • Offer is valid for one (1) year from date of voucher issue. All travel must be completed within that time. Travel locations, dates and resorts are based on availability
  • This offer includes a $100 VISA Dine Around offer valid at participating restaurants listed—redeemable in $25.00 increments upon completion of travel.
  • Reservations can only be made a maximum of 60 days in advance
  • Trips Incentives will email you a hotel confirmation once your accommodations are confirmed. We recommend that you do not make air or car rental reservations until your stay is confirmed for the dates of your choice.
  • Seasonal / holiday surcharges may apply
  • Black out dates may apply
  • Reservations/vouchers are non-transferable and non-refundable; cancellations are not permitted
  • Changes (dates, locations) are permitted up to 30 days in advance, subject to resort availability
  • Transportation to and within Hawaii is not included

This offer is sponsored by Trips Incentives Corp. and not by the individual hotels. Please contact the reservation department at 800-268-5856 ext. 3 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday, for any questions regarding this offer, or email reservations@tripsincentives.com.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Luau…on any island you visit!
You’ve got to go to a luau when you’re in Hawaii. A luau, if you’re not familiar with the term, is a traditional Hawaiian feast, featuring amazing food – some of which you’ve probably heard of like poi (mashed taro plant), kalua pig (the whole hog cooked underground), lomi salmon (a fresh tomato and salmon salad) and beer (no qualifier necessary) – and some of which you haven’t– like poke (raw fish salad), opihi (sea snails) and haupia (a coconut milk-based dessert). Besides the food, there’s entertainment in the form of the hula (dance) and traditional Hawaiian music. Some luau’s are also highlighted with Hawaiian fun and games along with traditional (flower wreath) lei-making.

OAHU: HONOLULU and WAIKIKI
Welcome to one of the world’s most popular beach resort areas where excitement, dining options, entertainment and nightlife will never be lacking! You’ll find a treasure of historic sites on Oahu which celebrate the island’s past glories and present beauty. Waikiki is also a shopper’s delight with a variety of amazing malls and shopping areas for both local handicrafts and name-brand international items.

Diamond Head
When you see a picture captioned “Honolulu”, it could be of the sprawling downtown high-rises along the palm-fringed beach. But more likely, it will be a shot of Diamond Head. Many think it’s a mountain, but it isn’t. It’s an over 150,000-year old crater which looms over Waikiki Beach. In Hawaiian, it’s known as “Le’ahi”, meaning the brow of the yellow-fin tuna (you’re familiar with “ahi” if you love seafood and/or sushi!). A fun activity is to actually climb the crater to the top for a magnificent panoramic view over Honolulu and Waikiki Beach. It’s not a hard climb – there are handrails along the whole 1.4 mile roundtrip hike, and tons benches along the way to sit, take a break and enjoy the scenery!

Pearl Harbor
Think Honolulu, think Pearl Harbor. If you only had time to do one thing while on the island of Oahu, a visit to Pearl Harbor should most certainly be it. A visit to the USS Arizona Memorial is a solemn and sobering experience. A stop at the visitor’s center is followed by a ferry boat ride which takes you out to the memorial itself where you will see the decks of the USS Arizona just below the water’s surface – the final resting place of the 1,177 crew members who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. You’ll also be able to climb aboard the submarine USS Bowfin and hit the decks of “Mighty Mo”, the USS Missouri, which was the ship on which the formal Japanese surrender was signed, bringing about the end of WWII in the Pacific.

MAUI
Welcome to the “Valley Isle”, the second-most visited of the Hawaiian Islands. It’s a fashionable vacationer’s paradise with impressive beauty, endless beaches, tropical forests and picturesque ports and endless activities for everyone. You can golf on some of the world’s best courses. Visit Mt. Haleakala, a 10,000-ft high dormant volcano where you can actually hike the crater for an unforgettable and awe-inspiring experience. Also know for top-notch windsurfing and diving, Maui truly is an international favorite!

Lahaina
Welcome to Lahaina, a place where history and playfulness meet! This fun-loving historic harbor town was once the capital of the Hawaiian kingdom and also went on to become the port of the Yankee whaling fleet. Today, the town is a reflection of its colorful past, and resembles a New England-style whaling village surrounded by beautiful beaches in the foreground and soaring rainbow-crowned mountains in the background. It’s rife with quaint shops, museums, historic sights including the state’s largest Banyan tree, galleries and restaurants. Make sure to take a ride on the “Sugarcane Train”, the island’s only passenger train, which connects Lahaina with the beach resort area of Kaanapali a few miles down the track.

Haleakala National Park
Drive from sea-level to 10,000-ft up to the summit to experience volcanic landscapes, high-elevation ecosystems, and unparalleled sky-watching. It’s only 38 miles from bottom to top, and you’ll journey from the lush tropical-island landscape to the stark, moonlike barren basin of the volcano’s crater in less than 2 hours. At the top, you can try any number of hikes on well-marked trails, including one to the crater rim itself.  This special place vibrates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture and protects the bond between the land and its people, and also cares for endangered species, some of which exist nowhere else.

KAUAI
From the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast to the vast chasms of Waimea Canyon, Kauai embraces the senses like no other destination. Explore the island via land, sea or air to experience settings you’ve only dreamed about. Discover 50-miles of heavenly beaches from Poipu Beach to Hanalei Bay. Explore charming and historic small towns like Hanapepe and Koloa, where no building is taller than a coconut tree. With so much to experience, “Hawaii’s Island of Discovery,” is begging to be explored.

The North Shore
Begin your journey on the island’s northernmost point. Historic Kilauea Lighthouse is a wildlife sanctuary and a scenic spot for whale watching. Visit lovely Hanalei Town, home to stretches of green taro fields alongside colorful shops, galleries and restaurants. You’ll also find some of Kauai’s best beaches here including Lumahai Beach, the setting for the film “South Pacific,” and Kee Beach, ideal for sunbathing. You can also learn about native plants and see scenic ocean views at Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens or at the 17-acre Limahuli Gardens, part of the National Tropical Botanical Garden.

Lihue
Lihue is the government and commercial center of the island as well as a cultural and historical area. This may be the most traveled town on Kauai since its home to Kauai’s main airport (the Lihue Airport) and Nawiliwili Harbor, the island's major commercial shipping center and cruise ship port. Lihue has a variety of beaches and natural wonders to explore. Kalapaki Beach is ia popular destination, deal for bodysurfing, windsurfing and swimming. Ninini Beach is home to an automated lighthouse, operating since 1897. And just north of Lihue, don’t forget to stop at the Wailua Falls Lookout for an amazing waterfall view.

HAWAII, THE BIG ISLAND
Nearly twice the size of all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined; Hawaii – The Big Island – holds her own special beauty with mountains and valleys, lush rolling green hills and unique black-sand beaches formed when molten lava hits the cold ocean waters. You’ll find some of the world’s best deep-sea fishing along the famous Kona Coast, along with two active volcanoes – Mauna Loa and Kilauea – within the boundaries of the Volcanoes National Park.

Kailua-Kona
Kailua-Kona is a lovely seaside town situated where the southwest slope of the Hualalai Volcano meets the ocean. The name Kailua-Kona derives from the town's actual name, Kailua, with the added postal designation of the district of the Big Island where it is located, Kona. Once a retreat for Hawaii’s royalty, today it’s a haven for visitors with great shopping and dining, and is also the starting and finishing point for the Ironman World Championship every October.

Hilo
A busy farming and fishing area in early times, Hilo evolved into a commercial center for the sugar industry in the 1800’s. DOwntown Hilo was built around its crescent-shaped bay and became the seat of county government. Almost destroyed by a tsunami over 40 years ago, today it’s a vibrant town with great museums, art galleries, unique shops, restaurants and countless other attractions.

Waipio “Valley of the Kings
Located on the northern Hamakua Coast, the sacred Waipio Valley was the boyhood home of King Kamehameha I, and an important center for political and religious life in Hawaii. Not only is "The Valley of the Kings" an important site for Hawaiian history and culture, it's also a place of dramatic tropical beauty. This fertile valley is about one mile across and over five-miles deep, and surrounded by cliffs up to 2000-feet high – view the valley from the coastal Waipio Valley Overlook at the end of the Hamakua Heritage Corridor drive.

 

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