Win a Trip for Two to Maui, Hawaii

Go in the draw to win a prize valued at more than $7000 for a holiday for two in Hawaii

You too could be whale-watching in Maui, Hawaii. Picture / Hawaii Tourism Authority

Viva is delighted to partner with Hawaiian Airlines, Hawaii Tourism and Outrigger Hotels and Resorts to give away four fabulous trips for two to Hawaii, from today until the end of the year. Enter here.

The first prize, worth more than $7000, is for two Economy-Class tickets on Hawaiian Airlines to Maui (either Kahului or West Maui Kapalua airports) via Honolulu International Airport on Oahu. It includes two Emperor Lounge passes at Auckland International Airport, and six nights’ accommodation (three nights’ each on Oahu and Maui) staying at Outrigger Hotels and Resorts.
Hawaiian Airlines flies to 10 international destinations and operates flights from Auckland to Hawaii three times a week on its A330 planes. It also flies to 11 mainland destinations in the United States and between six of the Hawaiian Islands. 

READ: Maui, Hawaii's Island of Delights

The Premium Cabins of the A330s, which fly from Auckland to Honolulu have been recently outfitted with 18 swish new lie-flat Business Class seats with fabrics designed by acclaimed local designer Sig Zane. The airline’s Extra Comfort premium economy class, where guests get more legroom, priority boarding and security line access, and extra amenities for an extra $175, has been extended to 68 seats.

Outrigger’s properties at Waikiki Beach, Oahu, and Royal Kahana Maui offer premium accommodation in prime locations. The Maui property is a condo, so has self-catering facilities, and the Oahu property is right on famous Waikiki Beach, and will allow guests to immerse themselves fully in the Hawaiian culture. Visit Hawaiianairlines.co.nz, Outrigger.com and GoHawaii.com

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