HAWAII

 
DESTINATION: Hawaii
DESIGNATION: Domestic Travel
PROGRAM FEE: $3000
TRAVEL DATES: 6/11, 6/12 or 6/13

(depending on flights) for 5-7 days

TERM: Fall Semester

 

COURSES OFFERED:

COURSE NO.: PE 322-01
COURSE TITLE: Adventure Education Activities
SEMESTER HOURS: 3
TUITION: Interim and Summer day 2018
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Suzanne Parker

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This experience is designed to take students from the Coker campus and immerse them in a different cultural setting. Students will immerse themselves in the Hawaiian culture in Kauai.  Kauai is the oldest island in the Hawaiian chain and the least developed. The trip provides learning opportunities about the history of Kauai and the Hawaiian Islands, the environment and various animals and individuals who will expose them to iconic spots such as the Napali Coast, Waimea Canyon and the Wailua River. Activities include historical tours, luaus, snorkeling and learning about taking care of the environment to be able to have and participate in adventure activities. Students will visit a variety of small towns such as Hanapepe to get a taste of local flavor and culture. Permission of Instructor.