Top 3 Cultural Experiences to Look Forward to with West Coast Bus Tours to Hawaii

Hawaii is an archipelago with many beautiful islands. It is the only state in the country that is actually located outside of North America. A visit to the islands takes you to a different world, which is why it is advised that you join West Coast bus tours to Hawaii to make the most out of your visit. When you join a bus tour, you will be following a well-designed itinerary that covers the most important attractions in Hawaii—attractions you wouldn’t want to miss because who knows when you’re going to get the chance to visit again?

If your reason for joining West Coast bus tours is to experience an amazing cultural immersion, you will be in for a treat when you join us! With our West Coast bus tours, you will get to enjoy at least these three cultural experiences when we visit the Polynesian Cultural Center:

Immerse yourself in village life

The Polynesian Cultural Center is home to recreated island villages from different Pacific Island nations. These include a village in Hawaii, Samoa, Maori New Zealand (Aotearoa), Fiji, Tahiti, and Tonga. These villages cover about 42 acres of the cultural center, offering you a firsthand look at the villagers’ local life.

Learn about their history, traditions, and culture as narrated by natives of each village.

Watch a spectacular show of traditional Polynesian song and dance

Immerse yourself in a breathtaking spectacle of dance, music, and blazing fireknives as you watch Hā: Breath of Life, a story about an islander named Mana and his beloved. Over 100 islanders participate in the show. Prepare to be transported to another place and time!

Participate in activities

As you visit the recreated island villages, you will also can learn about customs and traditions, and truly experience these on your own. If there is still time, you can learn how to make fire by rubbing two sticks together, play a traditional Maori stick game, partake in traditional Samoan cooking, learn the Tahitian spear throw, learn how to dance the ma’ulu’ulu sitting dance of Tonga, and of course, Hawaii’s hula.

Our West Coast bus tours to Hawaii also gives you ample time to explore on your own, which means you get to plan your own cultural discovery and immersion.

To learn more about our tours or for booking inquiries, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. We look forward to having you on tour with us!

Top 3 Attractions Your Kids Will Enjoy with East Coast Bus Tours to Boston

Boston is home to quite a collection of remarkable architecture, from towering skyscrapers to historical buildings, the most notable of which are the 19th century Old Corner Bookstore and the Museum of Fine Arts. If you’re thinking about joining East Coast bus tours with your kids, you’ll be glad to know that the city does not lack attractions that kids will enjoy. There are plenty of amazing things to explore in Boston!

Joining one of our East Coast bus tours with your kids in tow will be a delightful experience. Here are the top three reasons why:

New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium is home to thousands of beautiful aquatic animals, from blue penguins to sea dragons, sea lions, sea turtles, lobsters, schools of fish, small sharks, the North Atlantic Right Whale, giant Pacific octopus, and a green anaconda! Kids will also get to meet its most famous resident Myrtle, a gentle green sea turtle, at the Giant Ocean Tank.

The aquarium also hosts various exhibits such as the Science of Sharks, where you will get to see small shark species; Penguins, and the Shark and Ray Touch Tank.

Boston Museum of Science

The Museum of Science (MoS) is one of the most popular attractions in Boston, and it’s the perfect place for your kids! Not only does it host a number of amazing exhibits, including interactive exhibits, but is also home to amazing creatures like exotic butterflies and birds.

With our East Coast bus tours, your kids can look forward to a trip to the MoS where they will get to explore such exhibits as:

  • Behind the Scenes (kids will get to test new exhibits)
  • Colossal Fossil: Triceratops Cliff
  • Cosmic Light
  • Discovery Center
  • Innovative Engineers
  • Investigate!: A Do-It-Yourself Exhibit
  • and so much more!

Boston Duck Tour

Last, but not the least, is the Boston Duck Tour. Your kids will enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience of going on a tour around Boston in a World War II amphibious style vehicle! The tour will pass through such historical landmarks as the State House, and the Bunker Hill Monument; as well as Boston Common, Quincy Market, Beacon Hill, and much more.

All three attractions are only some of the things that your kids can look forward to when they join on one of our East Coast bus tours to Boston. There’s so much more to explore and experience!

To book a tour or find out more about tour schedules and destinations for our East Coast bus tours, please feel free to leave us a message here.

Top 3 Attractions in Washington DC Bus Tours for Solo Travelers

There are many benefits to traveling solo. While it seems daunting, it’s nothing that can’t be overcome with a little research and preparation. If it’s your first time, why not try exploring cities first? One of the best cities for solo travelers is Washington D.C. Bus tours here, in fact, are perfect for solo travelers as the capital city has plenty of museums, historic landmarks, and other cultural sites.

Travel solo and learn more about the capital city on your own terms. Some attractions to visit are:

1. Newseum – The Newseum is one of the newest and most interactive museums included in Washington D.C. bus tours that strive to promote and uphold free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment. Voted as one of the top 25 museums to see in the country last year by TripAdvisor, Newseum has more than a dozen galleries and exhibits, featuring 9/11, the Berlin Wall, and Pulitzer Prize winners, to name a few. Solo travelers will find a variety of activities to do at Newseum; they can catch award-winning videos in one of the museum’s 15 theaters, play a fast-paced game on media ethics, or role-play as a media reporter or photographer.

2. President’s Wax Museum – Do you know your U.S. presidents? The President’s Wax Museum is an immersive experience that can’t be replicated anywhere else. Tourists on Washington D.C. bus tours always look forward to this visit to Madame Tussaud’s and you will too—here you can have your own selfie taken with US presidents, US First Ladies, and other cultural icons of American history like the Founding Fathers of the Civil Rights Movement. The museum also has famous pop stars and Hollywood celebrities. All in all, it’s a star-studded party at Madame Tussaud’s!

3. Lincoln Memorial – One of the most famous landmarks in the world, the Lincoln Memorial is notable for its grandeur and Greek-inspired architecture. This must-see stop on Washington D.C. bus tours is where you’ll get to see the 19-foot tall, 175-ton statue of President Lincoln overlooking the country he passionately served. The Lincoln Memorial also pays tribute to the Gettysburg Address, where the famous words, “all men are created equal” and “government of the people, by the people, for the people” were spoken.

Plan that solo trip you’ve been meaning to take and book Washington D.C. bus tours at E-World Tours! We have last minute deals and discounted prices waiting for you!