Aloha! Join Us for the Triton Spring Break Trip   to Hawaii between March 10--18 (5 overnights)
During Spring Break, The Undergraduate Center of Triton College will offer another exciting travel/study opportunity: A 6-day trip to Hawaii, including Oahu and Maui!

As in all of Triton's travel opportunities, this trip represents an unbeatable combination of very low cost and high value. The total cost for students under 25 years old will come in under $1799,  and will be due by December 10, 2000. The first $45 of this (a non-refundable registration fee) is due when you send in your application, and will hold your seat. A limited number of $200 Triton Undergraduate Center study/travel scholarships are available. CLICK HERE for an itemized breakdown of all costs and fees.

The cost includes round-trip air fare from Chicago, departure fees, all island and inter-island transportation (bus, airplane), all hotels; two meals a day; the services of a full-time professional guide; cultural activities, and course materials. To qualify for the very low cost, participants must be Triton students, but the cost above includes in-district tuition for a 2 credit-hour college level (transferable) class "HUMANITIES 299:  "Colonial Hawaii." Everyone who goes will register for this class (which will meet on the trip). You will therefore be "a registered Triton student," and thus eligible to go!

Here is our itinerary:





Afternoon/evening arrival in Honolulu
Meet your tour director upon arrival at the airport.


Guided sightseeing of Honolulu

          Hawaiian Luau :  A shower of flowers, a Sunset Imu  Show,  traditional Hawaiian cuisine, and dancing  under the stars.

U.S.S. Arizona

Click first on the left speaker, then the right  to hear FDR's Declaration of War.
Clicking FDR's picture takes you to the overview of the Pearl Harbor attack.

Click here to hear a native Hawaiian chant, "Kawika." To read a translation, click on the link to Hawaii Magazine Online


                    - BREAKFAST
                    Free day in Honolulu
                    Time to shop at the International Marketplace,
                    hike to the summit of Diamond Head, or soak in
                    the sun on Waikiki Beach.

                    Or, optional trip to the Polynesian Cultural
                    Center Reconstructed villages
                     representing Hawaii, Tahiti,
                    Samoa, Fiji, the Marquesas, New Zealand, and

                    - DINNER

These people obviously are NOT Undergraduate Center travellers. They are involved in other things, and not even looking at Diamond Head, much less climbing it. No doubt  they are discussing Hawaii's colonial history in place of more rigorous physical amusements..

                   - BREAKFAST

                   Flight to Maui

                    - DINNER

                    - BREAKFAST

                    Guided sightseeing of Maui
                    Iao Valley
                    Wailea Beach
                    Mt. Haleakala

                    - DINNER

Transfer flight to Honolulu and return home

Paddle like the very wind, lads!! We must get home to Triton!

For your complete application or for more information about Triton's Study and Travel  Program and this tour specifically, call Dr. Salzman at  (708) 456-0300 ext. 3449. Or you can come by room RC-215 (in the Robert Collins building), or use this window to ask for an application and ask questions.  Please give your name, address, telephone, and email. Mahalo!

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The "Resolution," Captain Cook's Flagship on his voyage to Hawaii of 1779-1780