Greetings fellow Travelers-Limited Group Space now open!Hawaii Oct . 4-13, 2013What a wonderful Getaway!
What We Love.
Spend every day in port exploring the pristine beauty of Hawaii, without sea days.
The staggering natural beauty of cascading waterfalls, active volcanoes, historic sites all with the perfect climate.
Overnights in both Maui and Kauai as well as visits to Oahu and the Big Island of Hawaii.
And if you're a golfer, we've partnered with some of the best golf courses on all four islands.
The big, blue Pacific and stunning Koolau mountains serve as a dramatic setting for Hawaii's largest city. Climb to the top of Diamond Head. Take a romantic sunset stroll on Waikiki Beach. Visit the Hawaii Plantation Village and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.
A surplus of natural splendor and the genuine hospitality of its people have helped to make Maui Hawaii's second most popular island. Explore the fascinating history of the town of Lahaina. Picnic at a nearby plantation, plant yourself on a pristine beach or play one of the world's most beautiful golf courses.
The entire city of Hilo is like one giant greenhouse with spectacular tropical flowers at every turn. Visit the town's well-preserved historic buildings, which date back to the turn of the century and showcase Hawaii's unique architecture. Just 30 miles away the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the home of the active Kilauea Volcano.
Kona offers the quintessential Hawaii experience. Sunny, warm weather and crystal blue waters entice visitors to partake in a variety of surfside fun. Snorkel amongst a kaleidoscope of tropical marine life. Take a surfing lesson, a kayaking trip or head out to deeper waters for some deep-sea fishing.
Named after the Wiliwili trees, which once lined its picturesque harbor, this lovely port of Kauai is your gateway to what many believe to be Hawaii's most beautiful island. On "The Garden Island," nature is truly the star, from the dramatic mountains of Kokee to the cool rain forests of Haena.
Be Our Guest With This Enchanting Disney Offer!
Call us with the Details of your request and Let an Action Travel Agent work for you! When booked, these Disney Character Share the News! As a special benefit when you purchase this package, you can arrange for a call from a popular Disney character—Ariel, Beast or Sebastian! Character Calls are a great way to get your loved ones excited for your Disney vacation.
Package With Disney Dining Plan: For example, purchase this 5-night/6-day Magic Your Way package for a family of 4 that includes tickets, the Disney Dining Plan and a standard room at a Disney Moderate Resort — valid for stays most nights January 2 – January 9, 2013, January 13 – January 17, 2013, and January 21 – February 13, 2013 — for just $2,429. That's a savings of $633!
Package With Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan: For example, purchase this 5-night/6-day Magic Your Way package for a family of 4 that includes tickets, a Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan and a standard room at a Disney Value Resort — valid for stays most nights January 2 – January 9, 2013, January 13 – January 17, 2013, and January 21 – February 13, 2013 — for just $1,967. That's a savings of $406!
Total package price based on 2 adults, one junior and one child. The number of rooms allocated for this offer is limited. Savings based on non-discounted price for the same package. Tickets valid for one theme park per day and must be used within 14 days of first use.
Why Use a Travel Agent?
Why Use a Travel Agent?
Knowledge: Your travel agent brings you destination expertise, discounted hotel rates and airfares, all-in-one package deals, and exclusive specials and promotions. Helping you determine your budget and distilling your options is the first relief that comes with working with a professional.
Savings: Think a travel agent is too expensive? Think again. Rather than paying more for your vacation, you are likely to pay less and get more. A good travel agent is your advocate and puts your interests first.
Peace of Mind:Finally, your travel agent is there for you before, during, and after your trip. And that bonus peace of mind comes at no extra charge. So, where have you been considering? A tropical island? Mexico? A Mediterranean cruise or tour of Europe? Simplify your decision-making by contacting your travel agent today.
Atlantis Bahamas Sale: Up to 60% Off plus $600 in Perks
NATIONWIDE--MARCH 05, 2012-- The Bahamas' Atlantis, Paradise Island launched a sale today knocking as much as 60% off regular rates, including popular spring and summer dates.
In addition, Atlantis stays April 15 - June 13 include an Atlantis Experience Pass -- offering as much as $600 in perks such as a dolphin interaction, golf and spa credit. Also, air-and-hotel packages of at least four nights through October get an immediate $250 airfare credit -- $400 with a six-night stay (one per booking).
Nightly room-only rates April 15 - Oct. 31, including weekends -- which usually cost a premium -- are:
- Beach Tower, $199 (reg. $509): Family friendly and closest to the beach
- Coral Towers, $249 (reg. $549): Located by Marina Village shops and the casino
- Royal Towers, $299 (reg. $649): Atlantis' iconic tower, near the water park
- The Reef Atlantis, $369 (reg. $699): Deluxe waterfront studios and suites with a kitchen
- The Cove Atlantis, $449 (reg. $849): Luxury oceanfront suites with exclusive adults-only pool
These deals are part of a Paradise Island sale, including Comfort Suites, which offers access to Atlantis' amenities and breakfast for $150 nightly, and the Best Western for $138 nightly. The air credit also applies. All deals include $25 free slot play at Atlantis.
More Airline fees !!!
Flyers stung by charges forwindow and aisle seatsThe airline industry's latest tactic to increase revenue -- charging premiums for window and aisle seats -- is making it hard for groups to fly together, say passenger advocates.George Hobica, founder of travel site AirfareWatchdog, said his organization had received a spate of complaints from Americans who had struck problems being seated together on flights. Complainants included a woman who had been unable to sit next to her husband, who had a medical condition.He said the problems were arising as airlines set aside more desirable window and aisle seats for passengers who pay a premium, leaving those who do not pay with center-row seats, separated from other members of their party unless they have paid the surcharge.The airlines are basically trying to squeeze out more fees in the face of higher costs, and it is inconveniencing a lot of passengers
George Hobica, founder AirfareWatchdog"The airlines are basically trying to squeeze out more fees in the face of higher costs, and it is inconveniencing a lot of passengers," said Hobica.The charges for window or aisle seats in the front half of the plane, costing as much as $29 each way on U.S. domestic flights and $59 on international flights, are the latest of a raft of passenger fees introduced in recent years as the airline industry looks to generate new streams of revenue.The issue has arisen in the United States, where Delta, American Airlines, and low-cost carriers US Airways, Frontier, Spirit and Allegiant have implemented charges for "preferred seating." Delta spokeswoman Katie Hulme said the move reflected the fact that some seats were more desirable than others, and that it gave passengers greater choice and flexibility in where they were seated."Offering preferred seats for sale to all Delta passengers means that we are offering different seat selection options to enable more passengers to travel in their seat of choice," she said.The notion of paying extra to reserve more desirable seating is catching on more widely across the industry. Across the Atlantic, low-cost Ryanair rolled out reservations for certain seats across all its routes in January, while its rival Easyjet has also been experimenting with the practice.The implementation of end-of-row seat fees is part of a broader airline trend to charge for amenities previously included in the standard fare, such as movies, water, pillows and blankets.In response to soaring fuel prices four years ago, airlines also began introducing charges for checked baggage, generating huge sums. But last year the revenue from checked bags for U.S. airlines fell for the first time, suggesting passengers were trying to avoid fees by packing light when they traveled.Two U.S. airlines, Spirit and Allegiant, also charge passengers for carry-on baggage.Hobica said part of the airlines' rationale was "to cater to the people that have paid the most for their seats."Kate Hanni, of passenger rights organization FlyersRights, said the aisle and window surcharges made air travel an even more daunting prospect for families."Families have already been having a hard time, so this is the icing on the cake," she said. "Can you imagine getting on a plane and not being seated next to your three-year-old?"They're holding the aisle and window seats out for higher prices -- and trust me, this is just a revenue grab
Kate Hanni, founder of passenger rights organization FlyersRightsWhile gate staff would typically try to seat families together, removing aisle and window seats as options was making this impossible, said Hanni."The predictability of air travel has really gone away. This is one more layer where people can't predict what's going to happen -- it's a crap shoot," she said."They're holding the aisle and window seats out for higher prices -- and trust me, this is just a revenue grab."Hobica said while the new price structure was causing problems, he could understand the logic behind it. "When you buy a ticket to a Broadway show, you do pay more for better seating," he said. "If passengers were willing to pay higher fares at the beginning," he said, the problems could be avoided.Hulme said that the number of rows in which window and aisle seats were set aside as "preferred seating" varied from aircraft to aircraft, but did not extend through the entire plane. Many of those who traveled in groups were leisure travelers who tended to book their fares in advance, and should encounter few difficulties being seated together, she said.