Hawaii


Adventure off the beaten track to our favorite spots on this island paradise. Beneath the rainforest canopy and beyond the coral reef are wonders few tourists see. Let us take you to our favorite beaches, volcanoes, lush valleys, and remote coastlines. Sierra Club Hawaii Trips have something for everyone--sea kayakers, families, beach bums, and even volunteers.

Humpback Whales Service Trip, Maui. January 24-February 3. See new horizons in '99--share the tropical Pacific with a humpback whale! We'll continue a research project conducted by a cetaceans expert. Time is included to snorkel among tropical fish and hike tropical forests, the coast, and Haleakala volcano. Leader: Ray Simpson. Price: $1,245; Dep: $200. [99450A]

Big Island Leeward Coast Kayak. May 15-22. Using sit-on-top kayaks, we'll travel, camp, and explore the historically rich leeward coast of the Big Island. Multi-hued sand beaches, calm coves, and an azure sea will greet us. Hike and snorkel time is provided. Shaded campgrounds, tropical fruit, and Kona coffee add their magic. Kayak rental fee included. Participants must be able to swim. Leader: Lynne Simpson. Price: $1,150; Dep: $200. [99451A]

Kayaking Na Pali, Na Pali Coast Park, Kauai. June 8-15. Kayaking the wilderness Na Pali Coast of Kauai is a peak experience. Using a sit-on-top kayak, join this small group paddling along the coast, walking the cool inland valleys where ancient Hawaiians lived, and snorkeling with sea turtles and colorful reef fish Just a hint of what's to come! This trip is not suitable for non-swimmers. Kayak rental included Leader: Jill McIntire. Price: $1,150; Dep: $200. [99240A]

Family Hawaiian Holiday, Big Island. June 26-July 3. Treat your family to the fun of exploring the Big Island with like-minded Sierra Club members. Come with your children or grandchildren to appreciate the wonders of volcanoes, beaches, and Hawaiian cultural enclaves. Feast on island fruits and delicacies, snorkel among tropical fish, sleep in perfectly located, state-maintained A-frame cabins. …

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