August 7, 2018

Party, dine and explore the city

Opening Reception

On Friday November 23, 2018, you are invited to the NABC Opening Reception. We’d like to welcome you to the 2018 Fall NABC by kicking things off with a night of food, live music, drinks and dancing. The party starts right after the evening session until 12:30 a.m.

Daily Activities At Hawaiian Village Resort

From yoga and tai chi to hula and ukulele lessons, there are several fun, family-friendly activities occurring daily at the Hawaiian Village Resort.


To view a full list of resort activities click here.

Reservations and Additional Information:
Tours & Activities Desk
(866) 931-2144 (Monday – Saturday, 6 am to 4 pm HST)

Torch Lighting

Daily 6pm
Marvel at the sight of silent Polynesian warriors emerging from the darkness at sunset, flame in hand, on their nightly ceremonial torch-lighting procession.

Ocean Activities

Relax in the sand and sun on the white sandy beach or try your hand at stand-up paddle-boarding or surfing at Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon, a spectacular five-acre salt-water lagoon named America’s No. 1 beach in 2014 on internationally-renowned coastal ecologist Dr. Stephen Leatherman’s annual list

Rainbow Bazaar

No matter what you need – from gifts to sundries – you are sure to find what your heart desires in the Rainbow Bazaar. To view a full list of shops and store hours, click here.

Other Activities

Atlantis Submarines

The world’s largest hi-tech passenger submarine.


252 Paoa Pl P297, Honolulu, HI 96815
Open daily 9 am – 6 pm HST
Reservations: 1-800-381-0237 or 808-973-9800
Experience all that the island has to offer right at your front door at Port Hilton with a ride on the Atlantis XIV, the world’s largest hi-tech passenger submarine, and explore artificial reefs teeming with fish, sea turtles, sharks and many other species of underwater marine life, as well as remnants of hurricane-swept airliners, pyramid structures and sunken ships.

Spirit of Aloha Catamaran

Explore the Waikiki coastline aboard The Spirit of Aloha, a modern 54-foot catamaran.


2005 Kalia Road, Honolulu, Oahu, HI
Tours beginning at 9 am, 10:15 am and 6 pm
Reservations: 1-866-931-2144 (Monday-Saturday, 6 AM – 4 PM HST)
Its captain and three lifeguard-certified crew members are available to answer questions about the ocean, navigation, sea life and marine conservation. Whales, dolphins and green sea turtles are just a few of the creatures that can be seen on any given tour. For more information, or to book your tour, click here.

Polynesian Cultural Center

Welcoming more than one million visitors annually


55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie, HI
55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie, HI
Monday – Saturday, 11:45 am – 9 pm (Closed Thanksgiving Day)
Welcoming more than one million visitors annually, this 42-acre park features Polynesian village settings from ancient Hawaii, Samoa, the Marquesas, Tahiti, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. Demonstrations of their daily lives and indigenous crafts are featured, as well as traditional and modern dance from each part of Polynesia. The Polynesian Cultural CenterPolynesian Cultural Center is located in Laie on Oahu’s North Shore.

Diamond Head Crater and Scenic Lookout

Explore one of Hawaii’s most distinctive natural landmarks.


Diamond Head Rd., Honolulu, HI
Open daily 6 am – 6 pm HST (last entrance to hike trail at 4:30 pm)

Explore one of Hawaii’s most distinctive natural landmarks. Just minutes from central Waikiki is the Diamond Head State Monument offering views of Molokai and Lanai on a clear day. Hike to the summit, which is 763 feet high, and enjoy one of the most breathtaking views of Waikiki.

Dole Plantation & Maze

Still a working part of the Dole empire.


1550 Kamehameha Hwy, Honolulu, HI
Open daily from 9:30 am – 5:30 pm (tours and attractions close at 5 pm)
On your way to the North Shore, stop for a refreshing Dole Whip® at the Dole Plantation. Still a working part of the Dole empire, the Plantation is a tribute to the role that the pineapple plantations played in the development of the Islands. The Pineapple Garden Maze, with 2.5 miles of manicured paths is a spectacular environmental puzzle recognized as the World’s Largest Maze in 2008.

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