64th Anniversary of
MHT Tour Hosts and
Larry Snowden, USMC - 4th Marine Division
MajGen Fred Haynes, USMC - 5th Marine Division
Main Tour Itinerary for Guam & Iwo Jima
Day 1- March 13
Depart Los Angeles for
Day 2- March 14
Day 3- March 15
Breakfast and briefing, Morning at leisure with PM Memorial Softball Game & Fiesta @ Trimble Memorial Field. Evening at leisure.
Day 4- March 16
Tour south end of island to include
Day 5- March 17
Tour Spanish sites and tour Gef Pa’go Cultural Village.Tour Andersen Air Force Base, including Andersen Wives Club Boutique, Arc Light Memorial,
B, L, D provided.
Day 6- March 18 -
Day 7- March 19
Half of the group will visit Andersen AFB with lunch at Officers Club the other half will go to Gef Pa’go Cultural Center. Tonight we gather for a Farewell dinner at John Gerber's Ranch and Museum. Hosted by
B, L, D provided.
Day 8- March 20
Guam & Saipan groups depart for home or
** Peleliu Battlefield tour depart this evening for their flight to
Post Tour to Peleliu
Day 1- March 20-
Day 2 - March 21- Peleliu - Early AM departure for our boat ride through the beautiful
Day 3 - March 22- Peleliu Trek into Wildcat Bowl to view
artifacts (Japanese artillery piece, napalm tank, water catch basin etc) of the
battle and explore caves. After lunch we will trek into view the
Day 4 - March 23- Peleliu - Trek into the Horse Shoe Valley to view fighting positions of the Japanese, the air compressor used by the 81st Infantry Division to clear caves and other artifacts of the battle. In the afternoon we will trek into
Day 5 - March 24- Walk from the village to Hill Row. Caves, gun bunkers and artillery pieces on the north face of Hill Row, called Hills 1, 2 and 3. Radar Hill is just across the road to the east. Lunch will be followed by our return to Koror by boat.
Day 6 - March 25- Koror
Depart for home at 0200, cross the date line and gain a day. Arrive in
There are a number of artifacts of the battle located around the island that we will visit as time allows. These include such things as Betty Bomber wreckage, 200mm gun in a cave, Zero wreckage, big gun bunkers and caves, Japanese tank and Headquarters Building and of course the Museum of the battle for Peleliu.
NOTE: This tour utilizes tourist class accomodations on Peleliu to maximize the battlefield touring. The activities listed are of an “adventure” nature, requiring minimal good physical fitness. Please contact our office with any questions.
Approximate Basic Tour Price - $ 3,995 (Per person - double occupancy)
Single Room Supplement - $ 795
Guam / Iwo
Jima Tour Includes
* Roundtrip air from
* Deluxe Hotel accommodations on
* Deluxe air conditioned motorcoach transportation.
* Roundtrip airport transfers in
* Full Day on
* Meals as indicated in itinerary.
Peleliu Post Tour Price (Exact price to be determined)
Approximate Peleliu Post Tour - $ 1595 (Per person - double occupancy)
Single Room Supplement - $ 395
Post Tour includes
* Tourist Class Hotel Accommodations on Peleliu.
* Roundtrip transfers between airport, dock and hotel.
* Meals as indicated on itinerary.
* Services of experienced MHT Tour Directors.
* Admission fees and gratuties as indicated on itinerary.
Trip Delay / Missed connection - $500
Lost baggage - $1,000
Baggage delay - $200
Sickness Medical Expense - $7,500
Accident Medical Expense - $7,500
Common Carrier Accidental Death and Dismemberment - $100,000
24 hour Accidental Death and Dismemberment - $10,000
Medical evacuation and repatriation - $50,000
24 hour worldwide medical assistance services
Trip cancellation insurance: Those desiring to purchase trip cancellation insurance in combination with the above policy may do so at the discounted rate of $8 per $100 (or any part) of the tour cost. Under this plan you must purchase coverage for the full value of the tour price - i.e. a $3,295 tour would be 33 x $8 = $264. You may apply for Trip Cancellation Insurance on the form below and return it to our office. (You must complete and return within ten (10) days to be eligible for this additional coverage. If you have any questions, please contact Anne, at ext. 11 in our office.) We hope that you will rest easier knowing that you are covered in case of a travel emergency.