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May/June 2015
Pack & Go!
These are last minute deals for people who are able to travel with little notice. Weekly rates are between $400.00 and $650.00 a week including all tax and fees.
Space is limited and condos are on a first call/first book basis. 
Payment in full is required at time of booking. The reservations are
non-cancellable and non-refundable

Cocoa Beach, FL
1 bdrm, Jun 6, 7, 14...650.00
Orlando, FL
2 bdrm, Jun 14...550.00

Hot Springs, AR
1 bdrm, Jul 10, 11...599.00
2 bdrm, July 11...699.00

Scottsdale, AZ
2 bdrm, Jun 6...599.00

Palm Springs, CA
Studio, Jun 1...399.00
Palm Springs, CA
2 bdrm, Jun 19, 26...699.00

Branson, MO
2 bdrm, Jun 5, 6...399.00
1 bdrm, Jun 28...399.00
Las Vegas, NV
2 bdrm, Aug 14...799.00

Gatlinburg, TN
2 bdrm, Jun 13, 20...650.00

Maui, HI
1 bdrm, Jun 6, 13., .394.00
Big Island, HI
1 bdrm, Jun 13..440.00
Maui, HI
1 bdrm, Jun 20..560.00

Cancum, Mex
Studio, Jun 15...399.00
1 bdrm, Jun 6, 13...450.00
Puerto Vallarta, Mex
2 bdrm, Jun 6, 13...650.00

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Ed and Freyda

Condo Vacations
800 523-8973
: 888 303-1934
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HI Big Island
Hike to an active Volcano on Hawaii's Big Island 

Hawaii Island is not just big, it's still growing. The Island of Hawaii is the youngest island in the Hawaiian chain and is also by far the biggest, providing a vast canvas of environments to discover a variety of unrivaled natural wonders. It is the home of one of the world's most active volcanoes (Kilauea), the tallest sea mountain in the world at more than 33,000 feet (Maunakea), the most massive mountain in the world (Maunaloa) and the largest park in the state (Hawaii Volcanoes National Park).. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a journey off the beaten path, you'll discover it all on Hawaii, the Big Island.

Watch the landscape change before your very eyes at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Located 30 miles southwest of Hilo, this is the home of Kilauea volcano, one of the most active volcanoes on earth. The chance to witness the primal process of creation and destruction make this park one of the most popular visitor attraction in Hawaii and a sacred place for Native Hawaiians.

Because the island is so big, consider arriving on one side of the island and departing from the other. For example, you might fly into Kona, exploring that side of the island awhile, then driving to the Hilo side (roughly 2 hrs, 30 min) and exploring for awhile longer before flying out from the Hilo Airport, or vice-versa.

Outdoor adventures abound at family friendly parks and beaches  with lifeguards and full picnic and restroom facilities. Build a sandcastle, explore tide pools, or snorkel with your kids to catch a glimpse of Hawaii Island's rich marine life. And always remember to avoid walking on coral and to keep an eye on your children at all times in the water. Heed all posted signs and check with lifeguards for current conditions and to find the best spots for kids. Back on land, learn about real-life paniolo (Hawaiian cowboys) and take a wagon ride at the Kahua Ranch in Waimea.  Exploring the volcano tubes and lava fields from an active volcano at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is an experience they'll never forget. Whether it's learning about astronomy, volcanology or oceanography, your children's school excursions just won't compare after this hands-on vacation.

As far as childhood memories go, this may be hard to beat. Watch as your kids run over several Japanese bridges in Liliuokalani Gardens. See them discover ancient petroglyphs carved into the rocks at sites along the Kohala Coast. Let them stargaze through telescopes at the Ellison S. Onizuka Center for International Astronomy, 9,300 feet atop Maunakea (but note that the high altitude may not be suitable for younger children). Or join them as you explore the planetarium and interactive exhibits in the amazing Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii.

Other family activities:
Art Galleries and Museums...Whether it's through paintings, sculptures, glassware, jewelry or hand-carved koa wood bowls, you'll see the distinct styles that make the art found on the Big  Island truly unique.
Beaches...Bigi Island features some of the most picturesque and varied beach landscapes in the islands.
Historic Kailua Village (Kailua-Kona): Lively, historic gathering place in the heart of Kona.
Historic Places...From the birthplace of King Kamehameha to the
birthplace of paniolo, Hawaii Island is home to some of the most historic places in Hawaii.

Horseback Riding...Explore the wealth of scenic, open landscapes in Waimea and other spots.
Hula...See authentic hula throughout Hawaii Island at seasonal festivals, competitions, luau and live performances at hotels and resorts.
Live Music...You'll find live music venues throughout the Island in restaurants, lounges and in the island's fine hotels and resorts.\\

Manta Ray Diving...The Kona Coast offers the best opportunity to encounter the amazing manta rays.
Parks...The Island features four National Parks, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, as well as beautiful state and county parks.
Snorkeling and Scuba...From North Kohala to South Kona, the Island is famous for its calm and clear waters perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.
Waimea:Experience the cool uplands of paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) country

Whale Watching...From December to May, go on a whale watching tour or spot humpback whales from coastal areas.

Here are some great places to stay on the Big Island: