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夏威夷亲子营YMCA Family Camp

亲子营位于夏威夷檀香山,马克?吐温曾说,夏威夷是大洋中最美的岛屿,是停泊在海洋中最可爱的岛屿舰队。夏威夷吸引旅游者的,并非名胜古迹,而是得天独厚的美丽环境,夏威夷人的热情、友善与诚挚,它是美国种族最为多样、人口最为复杂的地方,世界上很难找到像夏威夷这样一个令人身心完全放松的热带环境。
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华人称檀香山。夏威夷州首府,著名旅游中心。位于北太平洋夏威夷群岛中瓦胡岛的东南角。市区面积217平方公里,人口36.5万(1990);大市区扩及瓦胡岛各县,面积1544平方公里,人 口约占全州总人口的80%。<BR> 市区延伸于长约32公里的滨海平原上,北倚由火山作用形成的库劳山,南临太平洋。气候温和宜人,2月平均气温22℃,8月26℃,年变化很小。常年盛吹东北风,年降水量600多毫米,山地达2000毫米以上。四季草木苍翠,空气清新,风景幽美。<BR> 早期为波利尼西亚人小山村。1778年英国人詹姆士&#8226;库克船长航海经此,1794年英国航海家威廉‘布朗抵达这里,此后成为过往船只的停靠处。按当地语言。“火奴鲁鲁”即“避风港”之意。19世纪初因檀香木贸易和作为捕鲸基地而兴起,外来移民日增。1850年起成为夏威夷王国首府。1898年夏威夷归属美国后,开始在瓦胡岛上兴建海、空军基地。有7个大型军事基地,全市人口的15%为军事人员及其家属,有相当数量就业人员服务于各军事设施。<BR> 旅游业为城市经济的支柱。年接待游客300-400万人,旅游收入居各项产业之首;其次是联邦国防部在该州的支出。工业中,制糖和菠萝罐头合占工业总产值一半以上,其他较重要的工业部门是港口机械、船舶修理、出版印刷、水泥、服装、工艺品等。火奴鲁鲁地处北太平洋“十字路口”,为海、空交通枢纽。城西海滨的国际机场为美国最繁忙的机场之一。深水良港为横渡太平洋海轮的停靠站,全州所需粮食、燃料和各种工业品多经该港输入。市区与瓦胡岛各县、镇有高速公路相连。<BR> 城市整洁美观,旅游设施齐全。著名的怀基基海滩是水上运动的胜地。华人街区公园中立有孙中山先生铜像。夏威夷王国时代的约拉尼宫是美国唯一的王宫。有夏威夷大学以及波利尼西亚文化中心、东西方技术和文化交流中心、毕孝普博物馆等重要文化设施。<BR>
Sure, it's got wide beaches, waving palms and balmy weather, but Honolulu isn't just the tropical splendor you used to see on Hawaii 5-0. As the only US city located in the tropics, the only one with a royal palace and the only one that can claim an equal blend of Western, Asian and Polynesian influences, Honolulu offers visitors a cornucopia of cross-cultural attractions.<BR>You'll find yourself disappointed if you've come to Honolulu to 'get away from it all' - it's among the world's most visited locales - but with a little perseverance and a fair amount of planning, you'll find there's plenty of elbow room for all. The valleys above the city have lush forest reserves and often-empty hiking trails. And within an hour's drive of the capital, you can find tranquil coves for swimming and snorkeling, quiet gardens and towns so small and peaceful that you'll almost forget the throngs on the beaches.<BR>Population: 400,000<BR>Area: 25 sq miles (65 sq km)<BR>Elevation: 15ft (5m)<BR>State: Hawaii<BR>Time Zone: Hawaii Time (GMT/UTC minus 10 hours)<BR>Telephone area code: 808</P><P>Attractions<BR>Waikiki<BR>The largest tourist destination in Hawaii, Waikiki is a long stretch of picture-perfect white-sand beach just southeast of downtown Honolulu. Its shores are lined with swanky high-rise hotels set against the scenic backdrop of Diamond Head. On any given day, the tiny area is thronged with package tourists from Japan and North America: 65,000 of them on average, in addition to some 25,000 residents. It boasts more than 30,000 hotel rooms; close to 1000 restaurants, bars and clubs; and more shops, shams and shysters than anyone cares to count.<BR>If you've come to Hawaii for the luaus, hula lessons and lazy days on the beach, you'll hit the motherlode in Waikiki. But independent travelers needn't be discouraged - if you're one of those with less packagable predilections, you'll be happy to find activities such as outrigger canoe clubs and Japanese tea ceremonies to distract you from the masses. And there's always the natural beauty of the area, with its spectacular orange sunsets, bath-warm waters and night skies overrun with stars.</P><P>Chinatown<BR>A walk through Chinatown is a bit like a whirlwind tour across Asia - although it's predominantly Chinese, there are sizable Vietnamese, Thai and Filipino communities as well. The bustling market area could be right out of a Hong Kong back street, and the fire-breathing dragons curled around the red pillars of the Bank of Hawaii are as celestial as any you're likely to run across. In these few blocks, you can get a tattoo, consult an herbalist, munch moon cakes or slurp a steaming bowl of pho, and there are plenty of temples, shrines, noodle factories, antique shops and art galleries to explore.<BR>The heart of Chinatown is along Maunakea St around N King and N Hotel Sts. Head south on N Hotel St and you'll be treated to a tour of Chinatown's seamiest side, with peepshows and nudie bars sporting evocative names like Club Hubba Hubba. Heading north on N Hotel St you come to Wo Fat, a big pink restaurant shaped like a Chinese temple at the corner of Maunakea St. The River St Pedestrian Mall, three blocks north of Wo Fat, is lined with food stalls and old men playing mah jongg and checkers. Towards its eastern end is a Taoist temple and, just across Nuuanu Stream, a Shinto shrine. Respectful visitors are welcome in both.</P><P>Bishop Museum<BR>The Bishop Museum is considered to be the best Polynesian anthropological museum in the world. Its Hawaiian Hall has three floors of exhibits documenting the islands' cultural history and includes among its treasures a feather cloak made for Kamehameha I, the king who first united the Hawaiian islands. Other halls brim with masks, weapons, musical instruments and artwork from Pacific cultures as well as Asian and European items brought to the islands by traders.</P><P>Diamond Head<BR>Diamond Head is a tuff cone - a hill composed of compacted volcanic ash - formed by a violent steam explosion deep beneath the island's surface long after most of Oahu's volcanic activity had stopped. Its 760ft (230m) peak provides a majestic backdrop to the flair of Waikiki and, as such, it's one of the best-known landmarks in the Pacific.<BR>The Hawaiians called the hill Leahi, and at its summit they built a luakini heiau, a type of temple used for human sacrifices. But ever since 1825, when some British sailors noticed calcite crystals sparkling in the sun and quickly mistook themselves for rich men, the hill's been known as Diamond Head.</P><P>Tantalus & Makiki Heights<BR>Just 2 miles (3.2km) from downtown Honolulu, a switchback road cuts its way through the lush forest reserve land of the Makiki Valley to the top of 2010ft (600m) Mt Tantalus. A continuous circuit just under 9 miles (14km) long, the western stretch of the road is called Tantalus Drive and the eastern portion is Round Top Drive. As a loop, it offers the finest views of Honolulu available without wings.<BR>Winding past some of the city's swankiest mountainside homes, the well-paved route meets up with several trails leading into the Honolulu Watershed Forest Reserve and Puu Ualakaa State Park. Surprisingly, the only walking most people do here is between their car and the scenic lookouts. Bring your hiking boots along, and you may well have the whole trail to yourself.<BR>
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项目类型:特色主题游学系列

营地编号:MZLYD-1335

营地所在的国家:美国,夏威夷,夏威夷

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营地适合年龄:18-26岁

营地住宿类型:营地木屋

营地活动:游泳

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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
morning 箭术:你一定听说过百步穿杨的故事吧?春秋时代,楚国的养由基善射,能百步内射中柳叶。来到夏威夷营地,在热情而又专业的营地人员的引领下,锻炼箭术能力,感受箭术的乐趣和魅力。 一起做游戏:在营地人员的安排和引导下,体验夏威夷特色游戏,一家人其乐融融,尽享家庭之乐。
noon 欢乐游泳:遥想08年奥运会上的叶诗文和孙杨夺得冠军时,还是很激动人心的。夏威夷游泳,虽不在于成为游泳冠军,但是家长和孩子可以一起乐在水中,家人一起享受天伦之乐,同时可以锻炼身体。 徒步旅行之探索自然:家长带着孩子一起去徒步旅行,一路上美丽的小山村,别具风格的房舍,整洁的山野,引人入胜的庙宇总是一派迷人景象。你感受到夏威夷的自然之美了吗?
afternoon 篝火晚会:星空浩瀚,灯火辉煌,大家一起大手拉小手,围着篝火席地而坐,聆听营地人员美妙的歌声,感受夏威夷本土文化。兴致所致,你也可以为大家唱一首喜欢的歌,跳一段喜欢的舞,大家一起欢乐,一起歌唱,一起舞蹈,共同享受这美丽夜色下的欢乐与沸腾。 勇敢攀岩:爸爸妈妈勇做孩子的榜样和力量,在爸爸妈妈的引导和带领下孩子鼓起勇气,争做攀岩小勇士。
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夏威夷海岛亲子乐翻天拓展营 STU-0377 美西 14天/12晚