Pleasant Holidays Offers 'Buy One Get One Free' Tour/Activity In Hawaii

by Harvey Chipkin


Pleasant Holidays is offering a BOGO (Buy One Get one) Hawaii Activity Sale for packaged vacations to Oahu, Maui, Island of Hawaii and Kauai. Travelers can buy one activity, tour or sightseeing excursion and get one of equal or lesser value free. The offer is valid on new Hawaii bookings made by June 4, 2017 for select travel through December 15, 2017 and requires roundtrip airfare and a minimum three-night stay at a participating hotel or resort.

Travelers can select from hundreds of activities throughout the islands. Popular choices include: the USS Arizona Memorial & USS Missouri Tour at Pearl Harbor; island luaus and the Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu; the Hana Adventure Tour and Molokini Snorkel Adventure on Maui; the Na Pali Catamaran Cruise and Kipu Zipline Safari on Kauai; and the Big Island Spectacular Helicopter Tour and Twilight Volcano Adventure Hike on the Island of Hawaii.

In addition to the complimentary activity, which has a maximum value of $500, many of the 30 participating resorts offer exclusive hotel rates and added values that can only be booked through Pleasant Holidays. These include room upgrades, daily breakfast, spa discounts and more. At the time of booking, a voucher will be generated for the BOGO activity offer; the voucher can then be redeemed by the traveler or his/her travel agent by calling 1-888-229-7770. Fees and surcharges are excluded and must be paid for both tours, and there is a limit of one complimentary activity per booking.

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