When she opened her grandiose doors for the first time on March 11, 1901, the Moana Hotel made history as the first hotel in the area, and these days she’s affectionately called “The First Lady of Waikiki”. The rich history remains in the exteriors of the buildings that make up this absolute beach front property, and the interiors are modern and contemporary with local art works which add to the feeling that this really is an authentic Hawaiian experience. It’s a truly romantic place and is an ideal couples holiday experience and the perfect place to celebrate a special wedding anniversary.
But what makes this Celebration Travel Company package so special for adventure travel lovers is the full day tour of the Big Island of Hawaii, where you’ll fly from Honolulu to Hilo for the tour that includes the Volcanoes National Park which showcases 17 million years of volcanic activity. Here you’ll be able to see the highlight of this magical island up close: Kilauea Iki crater where you can watch spectacular lava flows literally melt into the landscape. The highlight of today’s Big Island adventure has to be a 45-minute tour aboard a Blue Hawaiian Helicopter where you’ll soar over areas experiencing the most recent volcanic activity and view the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
To enhance your celebration holiday , we’ve included “Aha Aina – Royal Celebration Dinner Show”. Every Monday and Thursday evening, The Royal Hawaiian, located next door to your hotel, pays homage to Helumoa, the legendary playground of Hawaiian royalty where the resort now stands, with a modern interpretation of the traditional Hawaiian feast called ‘Aha ‘Aina, A Royal Celebration.
This show is Waikiki’s only oceanfront diner and show. It’s a commemoration of Hawaiian culture and transforms the traditional Hawaiian Luau experience in a style that only the Royal Hawaiian can! Waikiki’s storied history includes tales of island royalty, decadent feasts and inspiring settings. ‘Aha ‘Aina provides a fine dining experience with an after-dinner show composed of three spectacular acts produced by the Hawaiian entertainment company, Tahiti Productions, with the breath-taking backdrop of Waikiki Beach and picturesque Diamond Head.