The 36-guest 'mega yacht' Safari Explorer boasts a luxury active spa environment and serves as a host platform for avid golfers to experience some of the best golf Hawaii has to offer . It’s the perfect 19th hole!
Big Island: Mauna Kea Golf Course, The Club at Hokuli’a
Lana’i: The Challenge at Manele
Maui: Kapalua Plantation Course, Wailea Golf Course
Evening pa’ina (feast) and jam session with Moloka’i locals
Snorkel among coral gardens and at a sea turtle habitat
Visit Molokai’s ancient Halawa Valley, “talk story” or hike to a waterfall
Friday, February 23
Arrive Kona and transfer to Prince Resorts’ Hapuna Beach Hotel (or simular). Overnight.
Saturday, February 24
Enjoy your first 18 holes at Mauna Kea Golf Course in the morning followed by lunch. Late afternoon you’ll check into your home for the next seven nights, the Safari Explorer, docked a short distance from Mauna Kea at Kawaihae Harbor. Meet your crew and settle in for dinner and a preview of the exciting week ahead.
Sunday, February 25
After breakfast, join your Adventure Guides on deck for snorkeling basics and your first opportunity to choose your activity: skiff touring, snorkeling, kayaking or relaxing on board while your yacht anchors in Honomalino Bay. After lunch, board skiffs for an adventurous ride to one of Hawaii’s most vibrant snorkeling coral gardens at Kealakekua Bay. Snorkel in view of the Captain Cook Monument.
Monday, February 26
Following a hearty breakfast on board the Safari Explorer, transfer via highway to The Club at Hokuli’a’s Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course to play a full round of oceanside golf. Early this evening, board skiffs from the Safari Explorer’s swim platform to experience Giant Pacific Manta rays up-close.
Tuesday, February 27
A night crossing of the Alenuihaha Channel brings you to the leeward side of Maui, home to top-rated golf courses which have hosted tour professionals at different times over the years. After snorkeling with sea turtles at Olowalu, board vehicles to drive along the coast to Wailea Golf Club’s Gold Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones II. Enjoy competitive play with views of Molokini and surrounding waters. Return to the Safari Explorer and enjoy a night under the stars with a fine glass of wine or relax with your included massage.
Wednesday, February 28
Arriving at the private island of Lana’i, start off the day with a challenge—Manele Golf Course (formerly known as the Challenge at Manele). One of the most scenic courses to be found anywhere in the world. Manele features picture-perfect hole #12 and is tamed by the pampering you’ll receive once back on board your luxurious golf cart, the Safari Explorer. For anyone choosing to skip golf, a tour of Lana’i City and the island can be arranged. In the afternoon, snorkel or enjoy other water activities under the volcanic cliffs of Lana’i.
Thursday, March 1
From the quaint community of Lahaina, Maui, travel by highway to Kapalua Plantation Course, annual home to the PGA Tour’s Tournament of Champions. Perched on the slopes of the West Maui Mountains, Kapalua Plantation is rated as the #1 course in Hawaii. Later, stroll through Lahaina as best suits you—shop, celebrate your final golf outing with a cold beer at a local pub or restaurant, or relax in Banyan Tree Park. Tonight enjoy Captain’s Dinner on board your yacht.
Friday, March 2
Moloka’i embraces you with a warm Aloha spirit reminiscent of Hawaii long ago. No stop lights, no high-rises, just a welcome slower pace. “Talk story” with locals and experience their land and traditions as few visitors do. You’ll hear legends and lore, then take in a cultural lesson in taro patches and poi making, or hike to a towering waterfall in Halawa’s cathedral valley—one of the island’s most historic places. At the Molokaʻi Museum, discover the history of this ancient homeland as you enjoy an evening paʻina (feast), complete with a home-style Hawaiian jam session.
Saturday, March 3
Gather for breakfast in the Safari Explorer’s dining room before fond farewells and your transfer to the Molokaʻi Airport.
Itineraries are guidelines and variations may come into play to maximize your experience.
Numbers ares strictly limited on this once in a lifetime Hawaiian adventure.