Become A Navy SEAL For A Day With Trident Adventures’ Experience

Sep 23, 2019

Category: Living

When the average individual sets out for a calm, serene vacation on the shores of Hawaii, they’re often looking for a break from the monotony of everyday life. But for those who aren’t interested in the drab notion of sleeping, shopping, and eating while on the Pacific island, there’s an adrenaline-inducing experience just around the corner.

Thanks to The Four Seasons Oahu at Ko Olina and the SEAL-owned expeditionary outfit, Trident Adventures, travelers will finally be able to live out their dreams of becoming one of the world’s most relentless Special Forces operatives. Trident, which was founded by a pair of ex-SEALs as a way to introduce individuals to the wonders of Hawaii’s beautiful islands, has partnered with the famous hotel chain to offer interested parties a full day of shooting, diving, flying, and jumping. You’ll spend the first hour of your day under their supervision as you walk, run, lift, and traverse your way around the island, before heading out to partake in tactical shooting practice, skydiving, scuba, and even a helicopter jump into Hawaii’s crystal-clear waters. The full package isn’t cheap; in fact, it’ll set you back almost $15,000. But, for those who are interested in only a portion of the Navy SEAL experience, you’ll be able to customize your vacation by picking out a personalized package.

Purchase: $15,000+

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