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Exploring Hawaii’s National Parks
The Big Island, Maui & Molokai | 9 Days

Explore Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, Pu’ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, and Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park on Hawaii’s Big Island. Tour Haleakala National Park on Maui. And visit Kalaupapa National Historical Park on the island of Molokai.

Experience unique cultural and natural beauty within Hawaii’s national parks. Expert biologists, naturalists, and cultural specialists will introduce you to six of the seven Hawaiian national parks on this NPCA tour, with an opportunity to explore the remaining national park site on your own either before or after the group tour.

Throughout the exciting nine-day itinerary, you will have a chance to meet the friendly people of Hawaii, witness the natural beauty of four Hawaiian Islands, and explore multiple historical sites. Meet with national park rangers to learn more about volcanic activity and view the effects of eruptions, participate in an authentic Hawaiian family luau, and witness the diversity of the island landscape on your inter-island flights.

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National Park of American Samoa
American Samoa| 8 Days

Located half way between Hawaii and New Zealand, the Samoan Islands (including American Samoa and the Independent State of Samoa) are comprised of volcanic islands, lush rainforests, and sandy beaches. Experience the National Park of American Samoa, natural island beauty, and warm hospitality of the Polynesian culture on this tour. Combine this trip with NPCA’s Hawaii tour for an extended exploration of Polynesian culture in the islands of the Pacific.

The national park in American Samoa is the only national park in the country in which the federal government leases the land. NPCA takes you see each of the three main sections of the parkland.

By visiting all three areas, you’ll gain a better understanding of the critical habitat to unique tropical animals like the red footed booby, green sea turtles, and fruit bats. You’ll also have opportunities to hear Samoan legends and myths from the locals, and receive a traditional Samoan welcome on a village visit

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