Blue Sky Tours Offers Maui Package Deal


Kaanapali Beach

Hawaii tour operator Blue Sky Tours is introduce a new Explore the Island of Maui package that include visits to the island’s famed Kaanapali Beach and its quieter Wailea and Makena areas, as well as family-friendly Kihei and the golf courses of Kapalua. Featured properties with exclusive offers include Aston at the Maui Banyan, the Kaanapali Beach Hotel, the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Makena Beach & Golf Resort and The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua. Also included in the package are the Haleakala Crater/Lahaina/Iao Valley Tour and the Molokini Snorkel Cruise, each at a savings of as much as 50 percent off.

Additionally, agents who book an Explore the Island of Maui package for their clients by April can enter the Book a Trip … Enter to Win a Trip travel agent incentive promotion to win their own free vacation to Maui. To qualify, an agent’s client must stay for a minimum of five nights at one or more of the featured properties and the booked package must also include roundtrip airfare and any Dollar rental car and/or activity special. The more packages booked by a single agent, the higher his or her chances are of winning.

“The island experience promotion is a great way for us to highlight our commitment to Hawaii and deep understanding of the destination,” said Kevin Wilmore, vice president and general manager of Blue Sky Tours. “Giving away the same vacation the agent booked for their clients is a really fun way to build excitement about the island and provide an opportunity for one of our travel agents to experience the islands firsthand.”




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