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Please note that depending on the group, departures begin in either Hawaii or Oregon and finish in either Alaska or Hawaii. All versions visit identical sites and attractions.
ALOHA! This Hawaii teen tour capped off with an Alaskan adventure is an introduction to new experiences, people and places. As if visiting three Hawaiian islands is not incredible enough, jet to the Pacific Northwest for an action-packed stay. Then, head to awe-inspiring Alaska, with visits to Anchorage, Alyeska, and Denali National Park. This teen tour with your new OHANA is without a doubt, going to be a summer of a lifetime!
An adrenaline-filled program with the coolest activities, picture-perfect landmarks and a close group bond.
Hotels & resorts.
Includes breakfast and dinner daily.
Includes all recreation & activities listed
Chartered deluxe motor coach with a professional driver, plus internal flights between Hawaiian Islands, to Portland and to Alaska.
Separate departure dates are assigned to create compatible co-ed age groups.
Varies from 28 to 48 participants.
As Waikiki’s only true resort, and located on Waikiki’s widest stretch of beach, the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort is nestled on 22 oceanfront acres. This hotel offers the perfect mix of exceptional hotel accommodations and classic Hawaiian hospitality.
Big Island, Hawaii
Discover a Big Island hotel like no other at the Hilton Waikoloa Village. A destination in itself, this impressive property is nestled within 62 oceanfront acres, offering breathtaking tropical gardens and abundant wildlife. Enjoy three unique swimming pools – including waterfalls and slides and salt-water lagoon with a white-sand beach.
Surrounded by 40 lush acres, on a white sand beachfront, enjoy the ultimate Kaanapali beach hotel. The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa hotel has two free-form pools divided by waterfalls, lava tube slide, a rope bridge, and outdoor whirlpool. All guest rooms have a private lanai (porch).
Enjoy your stay at either The Embassy Suites Portland Washington Square or The Embassy Suites Portland Airport located minutes away from downtown Portland.
Staying at the Hyatt Place Eugene, you’ll be perfectly situated for your next trip to the Southern Willamette Valley. Whatever fits your idea of adventure, you’ll discover the spirit of the Pacific Northwest during your stay.
The Residence Inn Seattle Downtown offers spacious suites and fitness centers and are well situated to explore the popular landmarks of the Emerald City!
While in Anchorage, you will stay at the comfortable and spacious SpringHill Suites Anchorage Midtown hotel. All rooms are suite-style and amenities include an indoor pool and whirlpool, as well as a fitness center.
The Denali Bluffs Hotel acts as our home base for exploring the Denali area. We'll return here for a well-deserved rest and wind-down after exciting days filled with rafting, hiking, and taking in the gorgeous Alaskan scenery.
Do you separate different age groups?
It depends on the program, so it’s always best to contact us. On some programs, we assign a specific departure date by age group to create the best possible social dynamics. For example, if grades 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 are listed on a program, note they will not all be traveling together on the same departure.
To find the programs with exclusive age-specific departures, look for tags saying “middle school” for students completing 7th and 8th grades, or “ON TOUR” for students completing 11th and 12th grades.
Who are the staff and what are their qualifications?
Our staff are educators, guidance counselors, coaches, college and university students, former camp counselors, residence life coordinators, community volunteers, world travelers, and other leaders with diverse backgrounds. Many are former participants themselves who couldn’t get enough of the Westcoast experience! Learn more about our summer leaders.
What is the difference between an Active Teen Tour and a Global Adventure program?
Our Active Teen Tours offer larger group sizes (generally 35-48 participants) and travel in deluxe motor coaches. Accommodations include quality hotels and fun college residences.
Global Adventures are smaller group experiences (generally up to 26 participants). Groups travel by private motor coaches and occasional public transportation internationally, and use passenger vans in the USA. While these programs have a slightly bigger focus on adventure travel, we stay in quality hotels and lodges, always ensuring a good night’s rest.