Over 50 Years of Fully-Escorted Hawaii Tours
Getting their start as “Your Man Tours” way back in 1967, the company now known as YMT Vacations began their venture first by serving our Veterans of Foreign Wars—offering the servicemen Hawaii tours. Now, 50 years later, lucky for us laypeople, YMT has flung wide its doors to deliver impeccable island tours for all, and year-round too!
A Close Circle of Friends
Although many companies provide tours to this popular tourist destination paradise, what truly sets YMT apart from the rest is the longevity and strength of their relationships with local vendors and sites, allowing them inside knowledge as well as special networking capabilities with local businesses that allow YMT to offer you packages and unheard of discounts and savings on amazing hotel stays and fun excursions.
Proud to be the largest independent tour operator in Hawaii, when you choose YMT, you can rest assured that every aspect of your vacation tour time in Hawaii will be hosted by one of their wonderful and highly knowledgeable Polynesian tour guides, “your man” who is ready to take care of everything you need, as each knows the islands like the back of his hand!
50 Years in the Making
Not sure which tour to opt for? Try YMT’s 13-day Best of Hawaii Four Island Tour, the company’s signature tour and the one that started it all 50 years ago! On this exciting adventure, guests will enjoy included sightseeing on each island, complete with a planned itinerary, hotel accommodations and inter-island flights. So, all you have to do is sit back and bask in the pristine beauty and wonder of this idyllic tropical paradise.
Choosing Your Hawaii Tour
But there are so many more options to be had with YMT, why not give their friendly operators a call today and gift yourself with the experience of a lifetime in Hawaii Nei—you deserve it!
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