Our 9-day tour of the “Land of Aloha” features some of these islands’ most beautiful and breathtaking destinations — along with private stargazing sessions and behind-the-scenes tours of world-famous observatories.

Sunset on Mauna Kea's summit
Sunset is an otherworldly experience as witnessed from the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawai‘i.
Peter Luo

Sky & Telescope offers you a chance to experience the astronomical and natural wonders of Hawai‘i from March 17 to 25, 2023. Accompanied by S&T's Observing Editor Diana Hannikainen you’ll marvel at the impressive volcanoes on Maui and the Big Island, luxuriate in the tropical waters, wiggle your toes on Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach, keep watch at sunset for the elusive “green flash,” and spend two evenings stargazing with local amateur astronomers.

This tour’s itinerary also offers opportunities to explore the colorful towns of Lahina, Hilo, and Kailua on your own. And you’ll have the option to extend your stay with a 3-day visit to Kaua‘i, the Garden Island. Perhaps best of all, our itinerary also includes special access to professional observatories atop Haleakalā on Maui and on the world-renowned summit of Mauna Kea on the island of Hawai‘i.

With so many adventurous travelers eager to visit exciting destinations around the world, this tour is certain to fill up soon. Space is limited for this remarkable tour, so get ready to pack your bags — and your binoculars — for an unforgettable trip.

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This beautiful island is dominated by the towering presence of Haleakalā, the enormous shield volcano that occupies about 75% of the island. Rising 10,023 feet (3,056 meters) above sea level, Haleakalā (“House of the Sun”) offers breathtaking views from its summit. But few realize that this mountain is also home to an amazing assortment of professional observatories, including the U.S. Air Force’s 3.6-m AEOS telescope (seen below, which the tour is scheduled to visit) and the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope — the world’s largest telescope dedicated to solar studies. While on Maui, we’ll do some stargazing on the slopes of Haleakalā with local amateur astronomers and watch for the green flash while relaxing at our seaside hotel.

AEOS telescope on Haleakalā
The 3.6-meter, 75-ton Advanced Electro-Optics System (AEOS) telescope on the summit of Haleakalā is the largest telescope in the Department of Defense. The telescope is designed to track satellites and other objects near Earth and in deep-space.
U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory

The largest town on the Big Island is the gateway to Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, an otherworldly place where ground still heaves with subterranean activity and occasionally gushes forth with eruptive fury. To the north of Hilo is beautiful ‘Akaka Falls, which cascades over a verdant precipice and tumbles 442 feet to the ground below. Several professional observatories are headquartered in Hilo, and at ʻImiloa Astronomy Center we’ll enjoy both a private planetarium show and a presentation about the interplay of Hawaiian culture and astronomical discovery.

‘Akaka Falls in Hawai‘i
The delicate but very tall Akaka Falls near Hilo, Hawaii
Roman Khomlyak / shutterstock.com

Although Hilo is often cloudy, the western side of Hawai‘i features pleasant weather that’s almost always sunny. In 1795 King Kamehameha I chose Kailua to be his seat of government, and it later served as teh capital of the unified Kingdom of Hawai‘i. Today tourists are drawn to this vibrant but still-quaint community for its great weather and low-key vibe. From our centrally located hotel, we’ll watch sunsets over the Pacific in hopeful anticipation of spotting the “green flash.” And coffee lovers will find themselves in their own little bit of paradise.

Mauna Kea
Kailua-Kona will be our starting point for an ascent to the summit of Mauna Kea, meaning “white mountain” because of its snowy cap during winter. Gradually rising to a towering 13,803 feet (4,207 m) above sea level, Mauna Kea is home to 13 observatory facilities. We’ll visit these behemoths — including a behind-the-scenes tour inside one of them — and then linger at the summit to take in a spectacular sunset.

Mauna Kea sunset
During Sky & Telescope's tour of Hawai‘i and its amazing observatories, we'll ascend to the summit of world-renowned Mauna Kea and watch the Sun set amid the massive domes of some of the world's greatest telescopes.

Amazing Accommodations

Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa Lahaina, Maui (3 nights)
Built around legendary Pu‘u Keka‘a (Black Rock) on 23 oceanfront acres and the world’s favorite beach, Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa offers an exceptional location and 4-star accommodation. While the resort’s nightly lele kawa (cliff diving) ritual is most famous, every aspect of this spacious retreat welcomes guests to dive into the timeless, rejuvenating essence of Ka’anapali Beach.
Volcano House Hotel
Volcano House Hotel Volcano, Hawai‘i (2 nights)
Perched on the rim of Kilauea’s Halemaʻumaʻu crater, the historic Volcano House Hotel has long captured the imagination of visitors from all over the world with its iconic location, rich cultural legacy, and warm Hawaiian hospitality. It’s been re-imagined for a new era with updated rooms and a restaurant/lounge serving Pacific Rim fare.
Royal Kona Resort, Kona, Hawai‘i (3 nights)
Ranked among the best hotels in Kailua-Kona, the Royal Kona Resort immerses you in seaside luxury. Watch ocean waves crash against lava-rock shores and stroll through lush gardens bursting with color, tropical scents, and refreshing sea breezes. Dozens of restaurants, shops, and other attractions are just a short walk away in the quaint seaside village of Kailua-Kona.
Kauai Beach Resort and Spa
Kaua‘i Beach Resort Kaua‘i (3 nights with extension)
Situated on the eastern coast of Kauai, this beachfront resort provides a relaxing, upscale experience. The rooms are comfortable, with a casual tropical theme, and the oceanfront grounds are beautifully landscaped. Highlights include the sand-bottom pool (complete with a 12-foot-high waterfall) and a torch-lighting ceremony each evening.

Itinerary for Hawai‘i Skies and Sights 2023 Main Tour

DateItinerary at a GlanceAccommodationMeals
Friday, March 17Arrival in Maui, welcome dinnerSheraton Maui Resort & SpaD
Saturday, March 18Haleakalā National ParkSheraton Maui Resort & SpaB,L,D
Sunday, March 19Snorkel Cruise / Polynesian WayfindingSheraton Maui Resort & SpaB,L
Monday, March 20Maui to Hilo; ‘Akaka FallsVolcano House HotelB,L
Tuesday, March 21Hawai‘i Volcanoes Natl. ParkVolcano House HotelB,L,D
Wednesday, March 22Hilo to Kona, Black Sand BeachRoyal Kona ResortB,L
Thursday, March 23Mauna Kea summitRoyal Kona ResortB
Friday, March 24Kona sightseeing, Farewell Lū‘auRoyal Kona ResortB,D
Saturday, March 25Depart for home (or Kaua‘i)B
Stargazing, Hawaiian style
Our tour offers two opportunities to stargaze with local groups of amateur astronomers.
Hawaii Tourism Authority / Dana Edmunds

Day 1 (March 17) — Arrival in Maui; Welcome dinner
Depart from your home on a flight to Kahului, Maui.  Upon arrival transfer to the resort, a spacious retreat on world-famous Ka’anapali Beach.
Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa (D) 

Day 2 (March 18)Haleakalā National Park and Observatory
After breakfast, we’ll ascend Haleakalā, the dormant shield volcano that towers 10,023 feet above sea level and is visible from just about every point on Maui. At the summit, we’ll explore Haleakalā National Park, recognized as an International Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations.  Here there are more endangered species than in any other U.S. national park, including plants and animals indigenous to Hawai‘i like the endemic ‘āhinahina (silversword) and the nene (Hawaiian goose).

Haleakalā summit
Climb to the summit in Haleakalā National Park on Maui and be rewarded with breathtaking views of the volcano's vast and colorful caldera.
Lisa Boomer

The mountain’s summit is home to the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (the world’s largest) and a group of Defense Department telescopic facilities known as the Maui Space Surveillance Complex. If permissions are granted, we’ll visit one of the DoD installations. After leaving the summit and a group dinner at a local restaurant, we’ll enjoy some casual stargazing at a lower altitude with the Haleakalā Amateur Astronomers Club.
Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa (B, L, D) 

Day 3 (March 19)Snorkel Cruise / Polynesian Wayfinding
This morning we embark on a snorkel cruise to the mostly uninhabited coast of the island of Lana‘i, regarded as one of the best snorkeling destinations in the world.  Sail the scenic coastline in the company of dolphins and possibly a humpback whale.  Explore a dazzling coral reef, home to abundant sea life, as we have lunch aboard our chartered vessel. After the cruise ends, enjoy some free time in Lahaina Town.

Then gather for an afternoon lecture by a Polynesian navigator who participated on the Mālama Honua – Worldwide Voyage of the Hōkūle‘a Polynesian Voyaging Canoe. During the voyage, over 245 participating crew members helped to sail the canoe and connect with more than 100,000 people worldwide. Afterward we’ll have a non-hosted reception to look for the elusive “green flash” — an optical phenomenon that sometimes occurs at sunset. Cap off the day with dinner on your own at a local restaurant.
Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa (B, L) 

Day 4, March 20 — Maui to Hilo; ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center; ʻAkaka Falls
After breakfast and check-out, we’ll fly from Maui to Hilo on the Big Island of Hawai‘i. We’ll visit the ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center for a private planetarium showing and a lecture on Hawaiian language and astronomy. Learn about early Polynesian nighttime navigation, history, wayfinding, and scientific developments on Hawaiʻi. 

Imiloa Astronomy Center
The ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center serves as the public face for several professional observatories that are headquartered in Hilo, Hawai‘i.
‘Imiloa Astronomy Center

After lunch at a local restaurant, we visit ʻAkaka Falls State Park and its 422-foot-tall waterfall — taller than either Niagara or Victoria Falls, and one of the most impressive and accessible on the island. Enjoy the paved nature walk down to see the falls, and don’t forget to look for the smaller 100-foot Kahuna Falls nearby. Dinner at the hotel on your own.
Volcano House Hotel (B, L) 

Day 5, March 21 — Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park
Today we get an in-depth exploration of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO World Biosphere Site. Witness how Madame Pele (the Hawaiian Goddess of Fire) has created new land as our exclusive geologist guide leads us through one of the world’s most exciting national parks — and one that encompasses two of the world’s most active volcanoes: Kilauea and Mauna Loa.

Halema‘uma‘u after a collapse in 2018. The floor of Kīlauea's larger caldera is at upper left.
M. Patrick / U.S. Geological Survey

Lunch follows at Volcano House’s Rim Restaurant, which overlooks the otherworldly collapse crater called Halema‘uma‘u. This afternoon, continue our tour of the park with a Native Hawaiian cultural guide, who will share traditional knowledge and interpretation of this sacred place. Evening dinner at the Rim Restaurant.
Volcano House Hotel (B, L, D) 

Day 6, March 22 Hilo to Kona, Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach
Hilo and Kona lie on opposite sides of the Big Island, and after breakfast and check-out we’ll head toward Kona via the scenic southern route. Our first stop is Nā‘ālehu Village, the southernmost town in the United States. After lunch at a local restaurant, we’ll visit Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach to look for the endangered Hawaiian honu (green sea turtles).

Punalu’u Black Sand Beach
A pair of honu bask in the sunlight at Punalu’u Black Sand Beach.
Hawaii Tourism Authority / Tor Johnson

After arriving in Kona and hotel check-in, in the evening we’ll gather for an exclusive guest lecture about the Native Hawaiian traditions regarding Mauna Kea and the protests over telescope construction at its summit. Learn about the perspectives of Native Hawaiian practitioners and scientists, the proposed Thirty Meter Telescope, and other observatories located on the mountain before our departure the next day.

This evening gather for a non-hosted reception to look for the green flash before dinner on your own. Then enjoy a private stargazing session with the West Hawai‘i Astronomy Club on the lower slopes of Mauna Kea.
Royal Kona Resort (B, L)

Day 7, March 23 — Mauna Kea
After breakfast, you’ll have the morning free to explore Kona and have lunch on your own. Then gather in the afternoon for a briefing before departing for Mauna Kea. Although it erupted approximately 4,000 years ago, this massive shield volcano now lies dormant. 

With an altitude of 13,803 feet (4,207 m) above sea level, Mauna Kea’s summit is home to 13 observatories that study the universe at optical, infrared, and submillimeter wavelengths. The summit of the mountain was considered sacred in ancient Hawai‘i and forbidden to all but the highest-ranking chiefs and priests. We’ll stop at Onizuka Visitor Center to get acclimatized to the altitude and hear a presentation about Mauna Kea. Then we’ll tour the summit and see the interior of one of the immense twin domes of Keck Observatory (permission pending).  We’ll witness the breathtaking sunset from the summit before returning to the hotel.
Royal Kona Resort (B)

Day 8, March 24 Kona Coffee Farm / Cloud Forest Sanctuary (or Mauna Kea)
Your morning is free to enjoy the resort or to take an excursion to the Mountain Thunder Coffee Farm and Cloud Forest Sanctuary. Hawai‘i is the only state in the US that grows coffee.  The high elevation, rainfall, moderate temperature, sunshine, and volcanic soil of Kona produce unrivaled conditions to grow coffee.  Learn how beans are grown, hand-harvested, dried, and roasted. The Kona Cloud Forest Sanctuary is an accessible cloud forest located directly above the Kona coast at an elevation of 3,000 feet. The 70-acre sanctuary is home to native plants and more than 100 varieties of bamboo (!) as well as endemic and exotic birds.

Hula at Royal Kona Resort
A tradition hula, to be performed during our farewell lūʻau.
Royal Kona Resort

Tonight we’ll enjoy farewell lū‘au dinner complete with Mai Tai cocktails, music, and hula!
Royal Kona Resort
(B, D)

Day 9, March 25 — Depart for Home (or for Kaua‘i)
Breakfast is at the hotel. After check-out, we’ll transfer to Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport either for your flight home (those headed to the East Coast arrive home the next day) or to continue to Kaua‘i for the optional 4-day post-tour extension. (B)


Waimea Canyon on Kaua‘i
Waimea Canyon on the island of Kaua‘i is known as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.”
MNstudio / shutterstock.com

Itinerary for Post-Tour Extension to Kaua‘i

DateItinerary at a GlanceAccommodationMeals
Saturday, March 25 Hawai‘i to Kaua‘i; Allerton GardensKaua‘i Beach ResortB
Sunday, March 26Waimea CanyonKaua‘i Beach ResortB,L
Monday, March 27Pineapple FarmKaua‘i Beach ResortB,D
Tuesday, March 28Depart for homeB

Day 9, March 25 — Hawai‘i to Kaua‘i, Allerton Gardens
This morning depart for Kona International Airport (KOA) on an included inter-island flight to Kaua‘i. Drop off your bags at hotel, and then have lunch on own. We’ll gather in the afternoon for a visit to the beautiful Allerton Gardens. Located on the south shore of Kaua‘i, this paradise has been transformed through time by a Hawaiian Queen, a sugar-plantation owner, and most recently by an artist and architect. After our return to the hotel, enjoy dinner on own.
Kaua‘i Beach Resort (B)

Day 10, March 26 — Waimea Canyon
After breakfast, we’ll depart for Waimea Canyon, the geologically spectacular “Grand Canyon” of Hawaiʻi. First we visit Koke‘e State Park and the Koke‘e Museum. You’ll experience the island’s beauty and natural history, including stops to view Waimea Canyon’s incredible erosional valleys from several vantage points.  A counterpart to Arizona’s Grand Canyon, Waimea is spectacular for its beauty alone.  It is a mile wide, 14 miles long, and 3,600 feet deep.  Today we’ll have a picnic lunch before returning to the hotel. Then enjoy dinner on your own.
Kaua‘i Beach Resort (B,L)

Day 11, March 27 Pineapple Farm
This morning we visit a pineapple farm! Walk through the pineapple fields, learn the history of the farm and pineapple in the islands, and how exactly to grow a pineapple. Harvest a small pineapple from the field, and sample a taste of a freshly harvested fruit. After our return to the hotel, lunch is on your own and your afternoon is free. But come back to the hotel in time for the group’s farewell dinner.
Kaua‘i Beach Resort (B,D)

Day 12, March 28 — Homeward bound
Breakfast is at the hotel. After check-out, we’ll transfer to Lihue Airport (LIH) for your flight home. Those headed to the East Coast arrive home the next day. (B)


  • Inter-island flight from Kahului, Maui, to Hilo, Hawai‘i
    (surcharge if fare increases; see “What’s Not Included” below)
  • Inter-island flight from Hawai‘i to Kaua‘i on optional extension
    (surcharge if fare increases; see “What’s Not Included” below)
  • Private group transfers from airport to hotel and to airport on return
  • Accommodation in 3- and 4-star hotels
  • English-speaking Tour Director exclusive to Sky & Telescope group
  • Sky & Telescope astronomy director
  • Expert guest speakers on Day 4 (Hilo) and Day 6 (Kona)
  • Exclusive geologist guide on Day 5 (Hawai‘i Volcanoes Natl. Park)
  • Land transport by private motor coach
  • All meals as indicated on the itinerary, including welcome and farewell dinners
  • Bottled water during outings
  • Baggage handling
  • Tips to local guides, drivers, service charges and taxes
  • Entrance fees on itinerary excursions and visits
  • Customized luggage tags and name tags with Sky & Telescope logo
  • Pre-trip planning information and resources


  • Round-trip air transportation between your point of origin and Hawai‘i
  • Increase in the cost of the Maui-to-Hawai‘i flight above $145 per person
  • Increase in the cost of the Hawai‘i-to-Kaua‘i flight above $130 per person
  • Excess-baggage fees (inter-island flights are limited to one standard size-weight piece of checked luggage per person)
  • Room service, meals, and snacks not specified in the itinerary
  • Alcoholic beverages, aside from those included in the welcome and farewell dinners and hosted reception
  • Private transfers
  • Personal items such as laundry, wifi, and telephone calls
  • Travel and medical insurance
    (We strongly recommend the purchase of optional travel insurance)
  • Medical expenses, quarantine costs, and COVID-19 testing, if applicable
  • Tip for the Tour Director is at participant’s discretion

Pricing, Payments, and Terms

Main Tour on Maui & Hawai‘i $7,950$9,950
Ocean-view rooms in Lahaina and Kona (additional and optional)$290$540
Post-Trip Extension on Kaua‘i $2,950$3,950


Note: Pricing is based on standard capacities on vehicles and at restaurants, hotels, and other venues and does not include any costs that may be incurred by any capacity limitations that may be imposed due to COVID-19 or any other reason. All tour prices are based on costs in effect at the time of posting. As such, prices listed here are subject to change. Royal Adventures and/or AAS Sky Publishing LLC will inform participants of any changes prior to departure.

  • To make a reservation: A reservation request can be submitted by completing this form. Reservations are recorded and acknowledged in order of receipt. Royal Adventures (CST #2009579-40) handles all invoicing.
  • Deposits: An advance payment of US$500 per person for the main tour only, or US$750 per person for both the main tour and the Kaua'i extension, is required to secure your reservation. Reservations made after December 5, 2022, must be paid in full at the time of booking. Initial deposits may be charged to a credit card; however, a 3% fee will be added. All subsequent payments must be made by check. Final payment (by check only) is due by December 5, 2022. Please make your check(s) payable to "Royal Adventures" and mail to: Royal Adventures, 9 Crow Canyon Court, Suite 205, San Ramon, CA 94583.
  • Cancellations and Refunds: Cancellation fees are based on the date written notice is received by Royal Adventures. Should you have to cancel, the following terms will apply: Cancellations received within 14 days of booking will receive a full refund of the trip deposit. Cancellations received on or before December 5, 2022, will be assessed a cancellation fee of $500 per person. Cancellations received after the final payment due date of December 5, 2022, are subject to a 100% penalty of all deposits and payments, regardless of the booking date. Notification of cancellation must be received in writing by Royal Adventures. There are no refunds for unused meals, accommodations, or other trip features.
  • Itinerary: The itinerary is subject to change at the discretion of Sky & Telescope and Royal Adventures. All tour prices are based on costs and U.S. dollar exchange rates in effect at the time of posting. As such, prices listed here are subject to change. In particular, any increases in the fares for in-tour transportation, security, and/or fuel surcharges will be paid by the participants. Sky & Telescope and/or Royal Adventures will inform clients of any changes prior to departure.
  • Tour size: This tour, exclusively designed for AAS Sky Publishing LLC, is limited to 25 participants based upon double occupancy. The minimum group size for the main program is 15, and the minimum size for the optional Kauai post-tour extension is 8. Should the minimum group number not be met, we reserve the right to levy a small-group surcharge.
  • Travel insurance: We highly recommend the purchase of trip cancellation insurance including “Cancel for Any Reason” because the cancellation penalty listed in the brochure will apply. Trip-cancellation insurance can be purchased by an agency of your choice or through our recommended provider, Travel Insured International; click here to get a quote or call 800-243-3174 and mention Royal Adventures #53140. Most insurance plans need to be purchased within 14 days of paying the initial deposit in order to waive preexisting medical conditions as well as to purchase “Cancel for Any Reason” insurance. Neither AAS Sky Publishing LLC nor Royal Adventures accepts liability for any airline-cancellation penalty incurred by the purchase of a non-refundable airline ticket or other expenses incurred by tour participants in preparing for the tour.
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