Hawaiian Water Adventure: An Intergenerational Marine Exploration
Hawaii is home to surfing, under-sea volcanoes, colorful beaches and unique coral reefs. Come get your feet wet with your grandchild on a marine adventure through the islands.
Program No. 4827RJ
9 days
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At a Glance

Find out about life beneath the waves as you explore Hawaii’s undersea world through field trips, snorkeling and a submarine adventure. Meet tropical fish and sea turtles, explore coral reefs, discover Polynesian culture and visit an aquarium on this aquatic island journey.
Activity Level
Moderately Challenging
Walking two miles over uneven ground, stairs. Climbing in and out of water on beaches, flat rock surfaces and a boat.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Explore the world beneath the warm Hawaiian waters in a real submarine and swim with green sea turtles on a snorkeling adventure.
  • Learn to surf with your grandchild and ride the waves in an outrigger canoe.
  • Experience a private luau with members of a local Hawaiian community.

General Notes

Program is for grandchildren ages 10-14. Snorkeling equipment included, however, personal snorkeling gear encouraged for best fit. Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
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Mona Lee Kam Fujimoto
Mona Lee Kam Fujimoto, “Mo” for short, grew up in Pearl City, Oahu. She enjoyed exploring many U.S. and international destinations while she worked as a flight attendant in the early 1980s. She went on to become a travel director, managing arrangements for groups of people traveling to countries around the world. Mona is now excited to share the beauty of Hawaii with Road Scholar participants. Her other interests include hiking, tai chi, and caring for the older members of her family.
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