GRADE 11 & 12
It’s easy to see why so many locals and tourists fall in love with Hawaii. This fascinating state located in the Pacific Ocean is paradise. Adventures Hawaii offers gorgeous beaches, technicolour coral reefs, 19 intriguing volcanic islands, tropical forests, and much more.
Our first stop is the Big Island, Hawaii. This sunny district stretches almost two-thirds of the entire West side of the island of Hawaii. From Hawaiian landmarks, historical places, and endless cafes and restaurants, you will continuously learn and be amazed. The Big Island has two massive mountains and the world’s largest volcano. Home to 11 separate ecological zones, Hawaii is the perfect place to study diverse plant and animal species and climates, from the Green Sand Beach to the coffee plantations of Kona.
Maui is an island in the Central Pacific, part of the Hawaiian archipelago. It is also the second-largest island in the chain, offering a mix of natural beauty and outdoor fun. There is over 30 beaches and bays to snorkel and surf, and this island is a great place to take in the culture. Maui is just a short walking distance from top-notch dining and historical sites, such as the whalers village museum and Lahaina, a Maui hotspot.
Our final stop is Kauai, known as the Garden Island, due to its tropical rainforest covering much of its surface. With its beautiful emerald mountains, endless beautiful beaches, and well-cared-for green spaces, this island has attracted many movies and TV shows for its gorgeous backdrop. Enjoy outdoor activities here in Kauai. Join in on included excursions, like surfing and stand-up paddleboarding in Hanalei Bay, and optional excursions, like the Secret Falls Kayak and Hike. Experience an authentic Hawaiian luau, before saying Aloha to Hawaii!
NOTE: Hawaii has banned the use of sunscreens that contain the chemicals oxybenzone and octinoxate, which are known to bleach coral reef. When purchasing sunscreen, look for biodegradable creams that help protect the health and nutrients of the underwater ecosystem.
Age group: 15-19
July 5 – 27, 2023*
Kona > 7 days
Maui > 3 days
Kauai > 12 days
*All dates are subject to change.
Optional Excursions are outings or activities that take place while in location. These are not included in the program fee. These excursions are subject to availability and may vary. Optional excursions will become available in the spring of 2023.
Visual Arts: Photography (AWQ3M)
Visual Arts: Photography (AWQ4M)
Earth and Space Science (SES4U)
***Students may select one course per program.
Kona: Coming Soon.
Maui: Coming Soon.
Kauai: Coming Soon.
|Tuition & Supervision||$2,450.00|
|Travel Services (Flights, Accommodation, Meals, Activities)||$5,650.00|
|Taxes & Fees||$895.00|
|Cancellation Protection (Optional)||$645.00|
Airline taxes, local taxes and fees are approximate and subject to change. Program fees do not include registration fee of $195.00.
- In location travel medical insurance, including coverage for COVID-19 emergency medical and quarantine expenses, for residents of Canada
- Round-trip group airfare from Toronto
- Transportation between cities
- Approximate airline departure taxes, local taxes and fees
- Group airport transfers at location
- Breakfast and dinner daily
- City or town orientation tours
- Designated outings and activities
- Use of free internet, where available
- Farewell banquet
- Pre-departure briefing and materials
- Registration fee of $195
- Cancellation protection
- Travel visas where applicable
- Textbooks, novels and/or course packs where applicable
- Lunch, except where indicated
- Optional excursions