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Susan Butts, Agent 

Magical Moments Vacations

423 . 641 . 8823

Copyright © 2018 Magical Moments Vacations by Susan Butts - All Rights Reserved. An Agent of Magical Moments Vacations, Authorized Disney Vacation Planners. Disney Artwork, Logos and Properties: ©Disney. Universal™ Artwork, Logos and Properties: ©Universal. Sandals and Beaches Artwork, Logos and Properties: ©Sandals and Beaches All Inclusive Resorts.



E Komo mai. Nou ka hale - Welcome and make yourself at home!
The state of Hawaii is made of up 8 unique islands.  Each island boasts its own unique personality, offering distinct excursions, resorts, activities and sights to its visitors.  Let us help you decide which would best make sense for you and your 'ohana.  Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and the Big Island are all open to tourists and waiting for your next adventure.

I can't wait to help you plan an adventure to the welcoming islands of Hawaii!!
Mahalo nui !

Your Favorite MMV TA 

~Susan B.

Top Tourist Must-Do's in Hawaii

  • Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head State Monument - Oahu

  • Pearl Harbor and USS Arizona Memorial - Oahu

  • Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve - Oahu

  • Volcanoes National Park - Big Island of Hawaii

  • Haleakala National Park - Maui

  • Waimea Canyon State Park - Kauai

  • Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park - Kauai

  • Kona Coffee Living History Farm - Big Island of Hawaii

  • Hana Road - Maui

  • Waipio Valley Lookout - Big Island of Hawaii

  • Hamakua Heritage Corridor - Big Island of Hawaii

  • Mauna Kea Observatory - Big Island of Hawaii 

  • Maui Ocean Center - Maui

  • Polynesian Cultural Center - Oahu

Fun Facts about Hawaii compliments of Pleasant Holidays!

  • Directions in Hawaii are often given using mauka, the Hawaiian word for mountain, and makai, meaning ocean.

  • No one can own a beach in Hawaii. They are all open to the public.

  • Hawaii is the only state in which coffee is commercially grown.

  • Located a distant 2,390 miles from California and 3,850 miles from Japan, the islands of Hawaii are the most isolated inhabited islands on the planet. They are, however, easily accessible by ship or plane.

  • The Hawaiian alphabet comprises only 12 letters: A, E, I, O, U H, K, L, M, N, P, W.

  • Hawaii was established as the United States’ 50th state on August 20th, 1959

Hawaiian Cruises: Exclusively Offering Seven Days in Port

Feel free to explore the lei of the land with Norwegian Cruise Line. Only Norwegian allows you to see four islands with two overnight stays in seven days aboard Pride of America. Our award-winning itineraries give you the most time in port – nearly 100 hours – so you can capture the spirit and soul of Hawaii as you visit Oahu, Kauai, Maui and the Big Island. Looking to make the most out of your time in the region? Sail aboard the newly refurbished Norwegian Jewel and witness the South Pacific’s untouched islands on a Hawaii and French Polynesia cruise. Experience the lush forests, crystal-clear turquoise waters and colorful undersea life that will have you feeling like you are in paradise.

Aulani Resort and Spa in Ko Olina, Hawai'i

Walt Disney Imagineers worked hand in hand with local artisans and cultural experts to create Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa. Inspired by the natural wonders and rich traditions of Hawai‘i, Aulani Resort is the ultimate family getaway—celebrating the beauty, history and welcoming spirit of the island.

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