Welcoming Dinner Reception& Show
Registration desk located in lower lobby outside Maile Ballroom, open from 5:00-6:00 pm. We will welcome you with breathtaking ocean views and a Dinner Reception in a Hawaiian outdoor/indoor setting. Starts at 6 pm in Waialae Ballroom, and includes a Spectacular Tahitian and Hula show, local musicians, Aloha spirit, Mai Tais, live Salsa band, social dancing and more…
Stay & Train
Some of you enthusiastic Aloha participants may want to extend your stay and take coaching from our famous judges and performers. We will be glad to set you up with the coach of your choice. Have questions? Don't hesitate to contact Yanna, Tony, or Ron. It would also be our pleasure to assist you in any way we can. Welcome to Paradise!
After an exciting day of competition, professional showcase, and VIP after party you will need a good nights rest. But not for long, for next on the agenda is our fabulous, authentic Hawaiian Luau!! Yes, Sunday evening February 2, with the intoxicating, fragrant breezes gently blowing, we will take a short trip to experience the music and dance of the islands!! The Organizers will be your hosts for this special evening. Don't miss it!
What to Do on the Island of Oahu
The island of Oahu is known as "The Gathering Place." Tour Pearl Harbor and USS Arizona Memorial, snorkel Hanauma Bay, visit the Polynesian Cultural Center, see the Iolani Palace, walk through the Bishop Museum, stroll the streets of Chinatown, or go shopping at the Ala Moana Center - Hawaii's largest open-air shopping center with over 340 merchants. Visit the concierge to make all of your excursion arrangements!
Visit Another Island
The green tropical forests on the Garden Island provide a lush backdrop for nature lovers. Hike Waimea Canyon, the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific;" kayak the spectacular Na Pali Coast; or zipline through a rain forest.
Maui is all about the beaches! Golf the scenic courses; enjoy the water sports; get up close and personal on a whale watching tour; relax in one of the many serene spas; watch sunrise at Haleakala Park; or gawk at the waterfalls along the Road to Hana.
The Big Island is still under construction and is most famous for Volcanoes National Park. Witness the rich biodiversity; walk on beaches of red or black sand; or you may even see snow at the top of Mauna Kea.
All of these destinations are just minutes away! Please check out Hawaii's Official Tourism Site at:
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