-Brushy Creek Event Planning-
-Round trip flight (2 passengers)-
-Two honeymoon activities-
-Honeymoon photo shoot-
Barefoot, board the boat right on Waikiki Beach and sail out through the surf line, leaving the hustle and bustle of Waikiki behind. Sit back and enjoy Hawaii's beauty as you experience a true Hawaiian sunset and sip beverages such as Mai Tais, beer, champagne, wine, juice, and soft drinks. Named for the Tahitian word meaning “excellence,” Maita'i is a state-of-the-art twin-hulled, 44-foot (13.4-m) catamaran designed specifically for Oahu's Waikiki Beach. With seating for 47 passengers, a built-in bar, bathroom, and easy access from a boarding ladder, Maita'i has just the right combination of comfort, safety, and convenience.
Join the friendly crew as you take in the picturesque beauty of Waikiki, the spectacular views of Diamond Head, the city of Honolulu, and the breathtaking ocean all at once. Enjoy great entertainment for the whole family. Come experience the Maita'i and find out why this is the most talked about catamaran on Waikiki Beach. The front boarding ladder makes getting on easy. Kick back, sip a Mai Tai, and listen to island rhythms from the sound system. The best feature is the Maita'i crew. They're technically outstanding and personally entertaining. If you want to laugh and have a good time, this is the cruise for you.
Round trip flight
-Round trip flight-
Honeymoon photo shoot
-2 hour adventure photo shoot-
-Professionally edited images-
Embrace the Aloha spirit and the rich heritage of the Hawaiian Islands at a traditional luau. This celebration of Polynesian culture brings together island cuisine and ancestral song and dance to transport you to old Hawaii. Step into a picturesque island setting where palm trees rustle and the stars twinkle overhead. You’re greeted by the friendly ohana of your hilarious host for the evening, Chief Sielu. Locals in authentic costumes drape a lei around your neck and lead you to the luau grounds, where you can learn to hula and try your hand at spear throwing before the traditional imu ceremony, in which slow-roasted Kalua pig is removed from an underground oven. From there a Mai Tai and lavish Hawaiian feast await you. Rhythmic drumbeats fill the air as a cast of skilled performers takes you on a journey through the South Pacific, sharing the song and dance of the Polynesian isles and concluding with a spectacular, 8-man Samoan fire knife dance.