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Young lady was right at the baggage pick-up holding a sign with our name on it holding 3 beautiful leis. Totally surprised my wife and her best friend! Great job!
It is a must do if your are a first timer to the islands. My husband was very surprised and excited to receive our lei's at the airport. They are very beautiful.
I had a wonderful time on the Big Island. The Lei greeter was patiently waiting for us!
It was a nice surprise to our daughter!
Thanks for making her smile!
My children and Grand children loved the Lei Greeting and the start of their vacation in Hawaii. Wish we could have been with them. However, knowing Viator - we were there in spirit!
You see it on TV your entire life....the experience of having a lei placed about your neck at the airport is great!!! Highly recommended!!!
Beautiful! The ladies were there at the airport near the baggage pickup. They were friendly and took our pictures with our camera. Great way to start the vacation and the lei's lasted most of the week
Great experience,the hosts were right there when we arrived,prompt.
Lei was beautiful and the greeter was great taking photos for us and helping us find our way.
Exactly as promised! Beautiful leis and friendly, helpful welcome! The excitement of being ingredient Hawaii was heighten because of this special welcome!! Thank you.
The Lei's we recieved were beautiful and fresh. They had a lady with a sign with our names on it waiting for us when we arrived. Couldn't ask for anything better. You get what you pay for!!
The fresh Lei's were beautiful and fresh and it was fun to get when we arrived however you can buy them at the airport gift shop for 1/2 the price.
The lei was beautiful and was presented right at the arrivals area. I did note, however, that with both mine and with others presented that there was not the traditional kiss by the lady presented the lei. Perhaps this is no longer done due to local health ordinances, but I would have thought that a slight peck on the cheek or at least a touching of cheeks would have been done, as one always saw in past years.
The flowers could have been a touch fresher. The greeter was nice but didnt offer to take our picture. But the surprised look on my wifes face when she saw her name on the greeters sign board , made this tour worth doing.
Ordered three Leis, thought one of them might have been a little different, just for fun!