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Information & Guidelines - Terms & Conditions

If you have any health issues or special needs we must know before you register.

BASIC ITINERARY SCHEDULE

ITINERARY: August 22-29, 2019


DEPARTURE to USA – Wednesday August 21, 2019- Traveling day for non-USA locations – Oversea passengers depart with overnight flights from gateway cities for Kauai.

ARRIVAL DAY: Thursday August 22, 2019

Arrive at Lihue Airport (airport code: LIH)

Transportation options from the airport to The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
AIRPORT TRANSFER TO OUR HOTEL IN KAUAI

Check-in time 3:00 PM Relax, Rest & Explore the resort

Evening: Welcome Gathering 6:00-8:00 PM at Grand Ballroom 3
Receive a detailed printed copy of the days itinerary, name tag, audio head-set device, and more information.
Lemurian Welcome Gathering with special opening ceremony by Kahuna Kalei’iliahi.
Delicious Pupus (Hawaiian Appetizers) and tropical teas are served for your pleasure.

Day ONE: Friday August 23, 2019
Time: Bus departs at 8:30 AM

Excursion – Ceremony – Kryon Channelling
Meals included: BL

Day TWO: Saturday August 24, 2019
Time: Bus departs at 9:30 AM

Excursion – Ceremony – Kryon Channelling
Meals included: BL

Day THREE: Sunday August 25, 2019
Time: Bus departs at 7:30 AM

Excursion – Ceremony – Kryon Channelling
Meals included: B

Day FOUR: Monday August 26, 2019
Time: Bus departs at 7:45 AM

Excursion – Ceremony – Kryon Channelling
Meals included: BL

Day FIVE: Tuesday August 27, 2019
FREE DAY!

Meals included: B

Day SIX: Wednesday August 28, 2019
Time: Bus departs at 1:00 PM

Na Pali Coast Sunset Dinner Cruise – Kryon Channelling – Ceremony
Meals included: BD

DEPARTURE DAY: Thursday August 29, 2019

Check-out time 11:00 AM
Meals included: B

B – Breakfast (7), L – Lunch (3), D – Dinner (1)

EVENT PRICE INCLUDES:

  • 7 nights (August 22-29) at the 5* Star Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
  • Deluxe Comfortable Coaches
  • All excursions, activities, ceremonies and channellings
  • Breakfast*, Lunch, Dinner as mentioned in Itinerary
  • *Breakfast Buffet at Ilima Terrace (not including special
    beverages)
  • Entry to parks & sites
  • Gratuities for all group tips to tour guides & bus drivers and group meals are included

EVENT PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  • Airfare to Kauai, HI USA
  • Travel Insurance (Cancellation and Medical Insurance)
  • Extra pre (Aug 21) post (Aug 29) Nights: Additional cost per room: Single $430.00 USD per nt. Double $480.00 USD per nt. Not including breakfast.
  • Transportation on arrival and departure Kauai
  • Visa and/or passport charges
  • Charges for personal services (ie laundry, drinks, telephone calls, personal clothing)
  • Extra meals not included in itinerary
  • Gratuities for non-group meals, waiters, porters, hotel and restaurant staff and room housekeeper at your discretion
  • Any item that is not specified as being included
  • NOTE: Breakfasts are NOT included if you are NOT staying at the Hyatt Hotel

HOTELS & RELATED INFO

The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa

Experience the Spirit of Hawaii at our Kauai Resort

Discover the true spirit of Hawaii around every turn at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa. Relax in elegantly designed guestrooms with private lanais offering stunning ocean, garden, or pool views. Get pampered with treatments at our world-class spa, or challenge yourself on our championship golf course. Choose from extensive dining options, from poolside casual or elegant Italian to contemporary Hawaiian fare at our spectacular beachside hotel in Kauai.

ROOM/SUITE SHARE

When not traveling with a companion/partner/friend, we pair intuitively women with women, men with men. The Divine Spirit typically has a hand in those matters.
www.facebook.com/groups/kryonroomride

GRATUITIES

For all group tipping to waiters, hotel and restaurant staff, baggage handlers, guides bus drivers are included. The price does not include tipping for personal items: Your room housekeeper, laundry service, drinks, health clubs tips for personal meals and other personal items.

EVENT PRICES

Our itinerary provides information as to the prices of the event and the accommodations and services that are included. Unless otherwise explained in the event itinerary, the fee includes: lodging and meals usually drinks on your on your own as indicated per day (other food or beverages may be purchased by you at your own cost). The event price also includes all transportation during the tour, sightseeing as specified in the itinerary, entrance fees for parks and other areas that are designated in the itinerary, and services of a tour guide. We reserve the right to substitute lodging accommodations if necessary, and will endeavor to provide accommodations of similar quality. Tour prices are based on group rates and no refunds will be given for unutilized services.

TRAVEL INSURANCE

We strongly recommend purchasing Travel Insurance (Cancellation and Medical Insurance) to protect against cancellation fees and additional travel expenses that may incur before, after or during the trip.

Please contact your medical provider, airline or travel agent to obtain a policy for this trip. This is important.

Recommended Travel Insurance companies:

For Americans and citizens of other countries

We suggest you call and speak with an agent about all options available

HTH Worldwide
Tel: 1-888-243-2358
www.hthtravelinsurance.com/index.cfm

USI AFFINITY Travel Insurance Services
Tel: 1-800-937-1387
www.travelinsure.com/what/wmedhigh.asp?32963

Insure My Trip
Tel: 1-800-487-4722
www.insuremytrip.net

TIC (Travel Insurance Coordinators)
Tel: 1-800-379-9628
www.travelinsurance.ca

For Canadians

TIC (Travel Insurance Coordinators)
Tel: 1-800-379-9628
www.travelinsurance.ca

PASSPORT & VISA

Please check with your local Embassy or Consulate on obtaining a ‘Tourist Visa’ for USA as soon as you register.

Tourism & Visit

Foreign travelers to the United States for short visits, for example tourism, vacation, visiting family and friends, or medical treatment, need visitor visas unless they qualify for entry under the Visa Waiver Program. Please read more here:
travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/tourism-visit.html

Valid Passport

Be sure that your passport will not expire during your stay in USA.

All visitors to USA must hold a passport that have at least six months validity remaining after your intended date of departure from your country or travel destination.

People with no nationality must hold a valid laissez passer, as well as a visa back to the country that issued it.

Visitors are entitled to remain in USA up to three months from the date of their arrival, in accordance with the conditions of the visa issued to them.

Passport Safety

Keep your passport in your purse or a secure pocket where it cannot be seen; never pack your passport in your suitcase.

Leave a copy of the front inside information page at home, another copy in your suitcase, three more copies for hotel check-in and your original passport with you. If you use your hotel safe, remember to check your hotel safe before checking out of your room. Total 4 copies to bring with you and your original passport.

AIRFARE

Most international airlines operate flights to USA.

Your flight arrival to USA and departure should be to/from Lihue Airport (Code: LIH).

You can also book your flights with your travel agent or Internet-based travel agencies companies such as:
www.orbitz.com www.expedia.com www.cheapoair.com www.travelocity.com www.cheaptickets.com
www.cheapflights.com www.onetravel.com www.travelzoo.com www.Kayak.com (within Kayak get pricing from: Priceline, WebJet, CheapOair, Expedia, Orbitz, Travelocity, Airfare, JustFly, FlightHub)
www.flightsfrom.com explores destination through non-stop flights from a specific airport.

AIRPORT TRANSFER

Transportation options from the airport to The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/hawaii/grand-hyatt-kauai-resort-and-spa/kauai/maps-parking-transportation

Robert’s Hawaii Shuttle: https://www.robertshawaii.com/airport-shuttle/kauai/
Speedi Shuttle: https://www.speedishuttle.com/kauai-airport-shuttle

MONEY

Your home currency may be exchanged at the airport, your hotel, one of the local money changers, or at one of the many ATMs throughout USA. It is advisable to stop and get some USD before you leave the airport to cover your Tip for your shuttle or Taxi.

In USA the USD is used as currency. Exchange rates vary depending on what you use in the exchange: cash, check, travellers check or credit card. Be sure to check with your hotel for the exchange rate as it can fluctuate daily. At all larger stores and restaurants you may use either your credit card or debit card.

Please check Visa or MasterCard on the web before departure for the current rate of exchange.

Major credit cards as Visa or MasterCard or your ATM card are excellent to have in case of an emergency and for buying more expensive items. They provide a good exchange rate and receipt. Always ask for the carbon, if used, along with your customer copy. Important: before you depart overseas, please notify your bank or credit card provider of your schedule, and that you will be making purchases out of the country.

We do not recommend the use of traveller’s checks, as you may experience difficulty using and/or cashing them. In addition, banks usually charge a handling fee when cashing traveller’s checks. Major credit cards are recommended for purchases.

TAX

Read here:
www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g191-c1484/United-States:Sales.Tax.html

TIPPING & ETIQUETTE

Read here:
www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g191-s606/United-States:Tipping.And.Etiquette.html

LUGGAGE

  • You are responsible for your luggage and additional pieces at all times.
  • Always pack fewer clothes than you think you need.
  • Include a closable canvas bag inside your suitcase, in case you need extra luggage for items you have purchased.

PACKING, CLOTHING & THINGS TO TAKE

  • Shoes: We recommend you wear shoes that are comfortable for walking. During the excursions we are sometimes asked to remove our shoes (such as at the Hindu Monastery). It is a good idea to bring sandals and you may wish to bring water shoes for the AU AUI KAI water purification ceremony. High heels are NOT recommended for women during the excursions.
  • Hat/Sunscreen/Sunglasses: During excursions we are often outside and not always in the shade. It is recommended you bring a hat that can be secured in windy conditions. Sunscreen is highly encouraged. Sunglasses with UV protection are recommended.
  • Layered clothing: While the weather in Hawaii is tropical and hot during August it is a good idea to bring some extra layers for when you are inside with A/C and for when you are traveling on the bus. It is also a good idea to bring a light shawl or sarong to protect bare arms from sun exposure. At the Hindu Monastery there is a dress code where no shorts for men or women are allowed, and no sleeveless tops. Bare arms will need to be covered.
  • Be sure to include: travel packages of tissues, sleeping mask, earplugs, sunglasses, lip balm, moistened towelettes, washcloth, pocket size tissues (for restrooms), notebook, pen, highlighter, insect repellant, and compact folding umbrella in case of rain.
  • Extra film and batteries for camera with protective case for x-ray machines.
  • See VOLTAGE section. We recommend a universal adapter.
  • Prescription medicines in original container.
  • Calling cards or cell phone or smartphone.
  • Money (more than you think you will need, in small bills).
  • Do not pack: valuables, including items of sentimental value. Leave them at home.
  • We recommend checking the weather forecast for Kauai before you pack. We are staying at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Poipu, but our excursions are throughout the island.
  • Note: Some of our attendees are sensitive to chemically based perfumes of any kind being worn. We are asking if possible that no perfume be applied during the duration of this trip. Essential oils are much more preferable. Thank you for your understanding. It will greatly enhance the comfort of those that are sensitive.

VACCINATIONS

None are required for entry into USA.

PRESCRIPTION MEDICINES

  • Be sure to pack enough of your prescription medications to last through the trip. Pack your medicine in the original bottle and bring some in your carry-on bag.
  • Bring an extra week’s supply, your doctor’s phone number, and a copy of the generic names for each.
  • Have your doctor write a USA equivalent prescription for life-dependent medications. Not all prescriptions are interchangeable. Your doctor will be able to advise you.
  • If you are allergic to any medicines, please keep a list of these with your passport.
  • In USA you may need a prescription for medicine that is sold over the counter in other countries.
  • You should pack some aspirin, antacids, and similar items you use at home that you feel you might need on the trip.
  • If you suffer from motion sickness, bring along any medication you use to prevent this on the plane and trip.

TIPS TO REDUCE JET LAG

  • Get ample rest before your flight departure, and drink plenty of water and fluids.
  • Go to bed and get up at normal times for the new time zone. Your body will adjust quicker if you do not stay up all night or sleep during the day.

TIPS FOR THE FLIGHT

  • Wear comfortable clothing on the flight. Dress casually; wear loose-fitting clothes.
  • Bring a jacket and inflatable neck pillow for long overseas flight.
  • Drink plenty of fluids while traveling. Avoid coffee and alcohol.
  • Stand up and stretch several times during long flights. Stretch and contract your calf muscles with frequent foot exercises.

VOLTAGE

Country Plug type Plug standard Voltage Frequency
United States A
B
NEMA 1-15 P
NEMA 5-15 P
120 V 60 Hz

Read more:
www.friendlyplanet.com/facts/electricity.html

PREPAID PHONE/SIM CARDSCELL PHONES & SMARTPHONES

COMPUTERS, LAPTOPS, iPADS

  • For some devices to work, you may need an adapter.
  • Complementary WIFI

BUSES

  • The deluxe touring motor coaches are air-conditioned with restrooms.
  • Be on time and be prepared to rotate seats on the bus.
  • Bottled water available on the bus.

DAY TOUR DEPARTURE

Please refer to the tour itinerary for the departure times each day. You will receive a printed detailed copy of the itinerary for each day program on the evening of our welcome meeting.

LOST ITEMS

  • Double check your belongings before leaving the plane, hotels and buses. We cannot assume responsibility for lost items.
  • Put your name and a contact number on your belongings. You can include our company information too.
  • Please check your hotel safe for any valuables before your leave the room.

WEATHER IN KAUAI

https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/USHI0060:1:US

TIME IN KAUAI

Kauai County, Hawaii is in the Hawaii-Aleutian Time Zone (HST)
Kauai County, Hawaii is GMT/UTC – 10h Standard Time

Current time in Kauai www.timetemperature.com/us-county-hi/kauai-county-hawaii.shtml

SECURITY CHECK (UPON DEPARTING KAUAI)

Passengers must arrive at the airport 3 hours before departure time.
Passengers will check in their luggage and receive a boarding pass and seat number. All passengers will have to pass through security with their carry-on luggage.

  • Have all travel documents readily available at check-in, placed in your carry-on or purse, NOT in your luggage.
  • Be prepared to submit yourself to a body check by metal detector or by physical means if necessary.
  • Be prepared to open all luggage for inspection at check-in. All packages, including gifts, may be opened at this time.
  • Do not lock your CARRY-ON bag in any way, because they may check the carry-on in front of the passenger.
  • Do not accept anything presented to you unless you have inspected the contents.

EVENT DATES, DELAYS AND ROUTE CHANGES

The schedule is established as much as 1 year before the tour, so it is possible that route changes, delays or postponements may become necessary as the tour date approaches. Events beyond our control, such as unexpected weather conditions, political turmoil, and similar causes may require changes to the itinerary. We and our providers reserve the right to cancel the event prior to departure, in which case any payment you have made to us will be refunded what you have paid minus 10%. You waive the right to any further claims for compensation or damages, for any loss, consequential damage, expenses, or loss of time or inconvenience which may result from such cancellation.

IMPORTANT NOTE

The services described herein, and in the itinerary, are organized by us and/or our providers. All arrangements made on behalf of you are made on the condition that we and our providers shall not be held responsible for any injury, death, accident, delay, loss or damages which may be caused in all or in part, by the acts or omissions of others. The information contained in this page is correct to the best of our knowledge, but we accept no liability for any inaccuracies herein.

We reserve the right to alter any itinerary or service at any time without penalty. Any additional expense or cancellation costs shall be borne solely by you. We reserve the right to withdraw or refuse any service to any customer in our sole discretion. Your payment of your deposit is your acknowledgment of, and agreement to, the terms herein.

CONSUMER DISCLOSURE NOTICE

We and our agents act only in capacity as agents for our customers in all matters connected with lodging accommodations, tours and transportation by any means. You hold us free of responsibility or liability for any damages related to the tour, regardless of cause. We and our agents will not be responsible or liable for any damages, expenses or inconveniences caused by late departures, changes of schedule, strikes or work slowdowns, hostile acts, or any other events. We will not be responsible or liable for any loss or damage to baggage or any of your personal property. We and our affiliates, officers, employees, servants and agents shall not be responsible for personal injury, death, accident, delay, loss, damage, terrorist acts, natural catastrophe, irregularity or property damage as a result of force majeure or for any other losses or damages incurred by any person or tour participant caused by any delay or change of itinerary or arising out of any act, including, but not limited to, any act of negligence by any person acting for or on behalf of us.

RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK

You understand and agree that during the course of the trip certain risks and dangers may occur, including but not limited to the hazards of traveling in USA. You agree to assume all risks associated with the journey and agree that no liability will attach to us or our outfitters, employees or agents, or to any member of the tour group in respect of death, personal injury, illness or delay, or for any loss of or damage to your property during the course of the trip, regardless of cause. You accept all risk of any walking, hikes, motorcar, bus and boat trips. We reserve the right to withdraw a service or any part of it, to make alterations in the itineraries as we deem necessary or desirable. We reserve the right to decline, to accept, or to retain any person as a member of any party at any time. “Catch-up fees” are the responsibility of you in the event of missed transportation at any leg of the trip. You understand that neither traveler’s insurance nor medical insurance is provided by us, and it is your responsibility to obtain such insurance if it is desired.

SPECIAL NOTE

We place great emphasis on harmony amongst the tour-goers and all other persons involved in the tour. We reserve the right to remove any disruptive attendee from the tour, without reimbursement of any fees. If an attendee chooses to leave the tour for any reason, there will be no reimbursement of any fees.

AUDIO & VIDEO

Audio & Video recording of the lectures and channelling is NOT permitted.