December 16-21, 2023


January 3-8, 2024

Day 1 - Fly to Hawaii

Depart Your Home City (early a.m.)

Arrive Honolulu, Hawaii (early evening)
Today you will fly from your home airport to Honolulu, Hawaii. Upon arrival at the Honolulu Airport, go to your assigned baggage claim and retrieve your luggage. Then proceed to Baggage Claim Area #31 where a member of the Hawaii Tiki Bowl staff will greet you and take you outside to your hotel transportation.

After you arrive at the hotel you will check-in at the front desk and then proceed to check-in with the Hawaii Tiki Bowl staff and meet your College Coaches. After hotel check-in, the remainder of the afternoon/evening is yours to explore the Waikiki area.

Day 2 -Sightseeing

Sightseeing Day - Beach Photo Shoot
Today you and your team will tour the island of Oahu. The tour bus will leave the hotel at 8:00 AM for the Aloha Stadium Shopping Market. This is a great place to do your shopping for the week. We then continue to the fabulous Pali Lookout where you will have the chance to take breathtaking photos with your teammates. Our sightseeing journey finishes with some of Oahu's most beautiful scenery which includes: the Halona Blow Hole, Hanauama Bay and a team photo shoot at Sandy Beach.

Day 3 - Practice

Morning Practice - Hawaiian Olympics
Your team will practice during the early morning. Following practice you and your team will compete in the Hawaiian Olympics. This event will be one of the highlights of the week where you will compete in Polynesian games such as: Huli Huli, Catching Hogs, Warrior Tug and Hawaiian Fear Factor. The rest of the day is a perfect opportunity to explore the island of Oahu. You may want to take an optional sightseeing excursion such as snorkeling at Hanauma Bay, or many other exciting Hawaiian adventures. Whatever your choice, this day will be one to remember.

Day 4 - Practice & Luau

Morning Practice – Polynesian Luau & Dinner
Again today, your team will practice in the early morning. You will have the afternoon free to enjoy Waikiki Beach. The day concludes with an evening authentic Polynesian Luau, which is sure to be one of the highlights of your week.

Day 5 - Game Day

Hawaii Tiki Bowl - Game Day
This is the day you’ve been waiting for...it's Game Day in the Hawaii Tiki Bowl. We will depart the hotel in the early morning and travel to the stadium. This will surely be one of the best football experiences of your life. After the games are complete, you and your teammates will want to enjoy your last night in Hawaii at one of the island’s fine restaurants or maybe hanging out one last time on Waikiki Beach.

Day 6 - Travel Home

Day at Leisure - Depart for Home
You and your teammates will have the morning and afternoon free to get in one last swim or maybe take the surfing lesson you've put off all week. Departures for the airport occur throughout the afternoon and evening for your flight home.


“Playing in an event like this is a dream come true. I am from a small town in Nebraska and I've always wanted to play in a big time event like this. Thanks Hawaii Tiki Bowl for making this possible. I decided not to play college football so this was a great way to end my playing career.”


“Big shout out to my family for helping me make this trip. My world is now bigger than I ever thought possible. Going to this showcase made me realize that there is more out there for me than I ever imagined. You need to do this!!!”


“Having the chance to be coached by college coaches was awesome. This trip was a great transition to college football. My roommates were my teammates, just like it will be in college. I made some of the best friends of my life in just a week. I'm pumped that I was invited to the Hawaii Tiki Bowl. My mom and dad went too. They had a blast.”


“As a parent, I had an fabulous time. You guys did a great job setting up all of the activities for the boys. I thought the luau and show was perfect. There was a good mix of football and free time to enjoy Hawaii. Our family of 4 agree that this was our best vacation ever. We will be back when our youngest son is a senior. Thanks again for making this possible for our family.”

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