Special Sale: 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Be there
The 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Alexander & Roberts small-group journeys Presents…

Our Original Journey for this Historic Event
Kyoto + Hiroshima + Hakone + Tokyo + Honolulu + Pearl Harbor

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Only until Feb 29

PLUS Two-for-One Air on United – When you pay in full at time of booking

Solo Travelers Save $500 on Air

Remember Pearl Harbor
Japan + Hawaii on the 75th Anniversary
Nov 28 to Dec 9, 2016 | From $6,799 | Limited to 25 Guests

Call Willamette Intl Travel to find out more about this amazing, once-in-a-lifetime trip! 503-224-0180 or email info@wittravel.com. 

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With our specialist Japanese and Hawaiian-American guides, we’ll delve into various chapters of the Pacific War on both sides of the ocean. Ending with 4 days in Honolulu, we’ll be with distinguished guests on the Kilo Pier at Pearl Harbor for the dignified ceremonies taking place exactly 75 years after the “date which will live in infamy.”

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We Begin our Journey in Japan

Our journey unfolds in Kyoto, never bombed during World War II out of respect for its many historic landmarks which we’ll discover. We’ll also visit Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima and then travel on to Tokyo and beautiful Hakone National Park.

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And Finish with the 75th Anniversary Events at Pearl Harbor

Accompanied by our specialist Hawaiian-American guide, we’ll spend a full day visiting the Battleship Missouri Memorial, Pacific Aviation Museum, Punchbowl Cemetery and U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii. On December 7, we’ll be with other guests and invited dignitaries on Kilo Pier – with clear views of Pearl Harbor and the moving 75th Anniversary commemorative events.

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Two-for-one airfares and single traveler air savings apply to new reservations paid-in-full at time of booking by Feb 29, 2016 for international Economy Class air travel. This offer can not be combined with our ongoing $300 per person land-only pay-in-full tour discount.

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