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January SPOTLIGHT on Hawaiʻi

Planning your next group meeting or incentive? Hawaiʻi is the ideal destination, for so many reasons! Come have a truly rich cultural experience, without having to use your passport! Hawaiʻi checks all of the boxes: it’s safe, yet exotic, and for most, Hawaiʻi is in the top ten for dream trips!

The highest levels of hospitality can be found here combined with the spirit of Aloha. Everyone is welcomed and made to feel right at home - become a member of our ʻOhana (family) and form lifelong relationships!

Hawaiʻi displays modern infrastructure, state of the art production and entertainment, world class attractions, and geographical wonders. A multitude of activities and cultural, historical experiences are available by air, land, or sea.

Besides the obvious beauty - gorgeous beaches, lush landscapes, and perfect weather - Hawaiʻi offers five destinations in one! Each island has its own topography and personality, and while they all have similarities we have highlighted some unique features for each and highlighted their respective resort areas.

Hawaiʻi Island

Explore your Wild Instincts

Stargaze on the world’s tallest mountain, Mauna Kea.

Bask on a black sand beach...

...or a green sand beach!

Snorkel with the Manta Rays.

Swim with the wild dolphins.


Coastal & Country: in addition to coastal fun and sun, Maui offers a collection of farm experiences

Aliʻi Kula Lavender Farm

Hawaiʻi Sea Spirits Organic Farm and Distillery

Punakea Palms Coconut Farm

Oʻo Farm

Maui Surfing Goat Dairy Farm

Maui Dragonfruit Farm

Maui Tropical Plantation


Disconnect from the world and recharge your batteries

Rest, relax, and rejuvenate.

Unplug, unwind, and participate in a digital detox.

“Work” on your tan, focus on your mental health, find inner peace with tranquil waters, undeveloped lands, and discover paths less traveled.


Satisfy your taste buds

Culinary Scene: Hawaiʻi is a melting pot of flavors, where the food is influenced by each chefʻs heritage and culture.

In addition to world renowned chefs such as Iron Chef Morimoto, Michael Mina, Roy Yamaguchi, and Nobu, Oahu has local favorites like Peter Merriman, Alan Wong, George Mavrothalassitis, Lee-Anne Wong, and Chris Kajioka.

Eateries are island wide with private rooms and dine around capabilities. Locations range from oceanfront to convenient shopping fronts, all with local charm and ambiance.


Alluring off-site venues offering majestic mountains, botanical beauty, and rustic appeal

Koloa Sugar Mill

Kilohana Plantation

Kipu Ranch

Na ʻĀina Kai Botanical Gardens

Now that you know the highlights of each island, itʻs time to jump on a plane and experience the Aloha State! Hereʻs how to get here from the U.S. mainland:

CLICK HERE to contact us and start planning your program today!