Lanai, Molokai and Oahu Activities

Located in the center of the island chain, Lana’i is the sixth largest of the Hawaiian Islands, approximately 13 miles wide and 18 miles long. Once known as the “Pineapple Island” until entrepreneur David Murdock bought the Island in the 80’s and transformed the failing agricultural operation into a world class travel destination. Take the ferry for the day and tour the island or jump on to one of the boats out of Lahaina harbor for snorkeling or diving on Lana’i. Lana’i offers the best chance to see the Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins. Also on the Island are two golf courses & horse back riding!

Part of Maui County, the island remains a tranquil escape from everyday life. There are no stoplights, elevators or buildings higher than three stories. Take the ferry for the day or…. Scuba diving- For advanced divers only travel from Lahaina Harbor for some “extreme diving”.

Helicopter- This is my favorite helicopter trip and the only way to see the waterfalls that cascade down the sea-cliffs, 1000+ feet from sea level.

Oahu - Pearl Harbor:Hawaii Activities
This charter includes air transportation from Kahului Airport and guided van transportation to Pearl Harbor; see the Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri, Punchbowl Cemetery, Iolani Palace, State Library, Honolulu City Hall, King Kamehameha Statue, Nu’uanu Rainforest & Pali Lookout, Diamond Head& Waikiki Beach!

Other charters from Maui to the Outer Islands include: