The islands of Oahu and Maui are favorites for Hawaii visitors, but the Big Island of Hawaii has as much to offer – if not more – than any other in the island chain, from the fire of Volcanoes National Park to the rain forests of the Hamakua Coast to the black sand of Panaluu Beach. Basically, the Big Island – birthplace of legendary King Kamehameha - is one big adventure park.
To help experience the wonders of the Big Island, the Hilton Waikoloa Village is offering the Ocean Explorer Family Escape package now through Dec. 31 – a good deal considering many packages in Hawaii only go through the first two weeks of December.
Situated on 62 acres, the Hilton Waikoloa Village (www.hiltonwaikoloavillage.com).features an ocean-fed snorkeling lagoon, Kohala Spa, waterfalls and waterways and two seaside golf courses, and more. Adventure travelers looking to explore the Big Island can night dive with 14-foot Kona manta rays, jump off the southern most point in the United States and hike through lava fields on the rim of the world’s most active volcano.
The package includes:
• Daily full breakfast buffets at Big Island Breakfast for up to two adults and two children
• Ocean Explorer Kids backpack filled with adventure amenities, including an underwater camera, ocean fish guide card and coloring books
• One time Glass Bottom Boat Cruise for up to two adults and two children
In partnership with “Make a Wish Foundation”, Hilton Waikoloa Village will donate 10,000 Hilton HHonors Bonus Points to the Foundation, supporting the fulfillment of wishes, for each Ocean Explorer Family Escape booked.
Hilton Waikoloa Village also offers a "Kids Eat Free" menu at participating restaurants for kids ages 4 and under.
Hilton Waikoloa Village is a 62-acre Pacific playground and alluring destination on Hawaii’s Big Island. The hotel offers engaging amenities including an ocean-fed snorkeling lagoon, locally inspired treatments at the Kohala Spa, waterfalls and waterways, two gorgeous seaside golf courses, and more. Adventure travelers looking to explore the Big Island can night dive with 14-foot Kona manta rays, jump off the southern most point in the United States and hike through lava fields on the rim of the world’s most active volcano.