Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Oahu Grand Circle Island Day Tour with Dole Plantation. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Trip gives a great overview of Oahu and guide was entertaining and informative.
Tour guide/bus driver was very knowlegable and interesting to listen to. Presented history of the islands and state of Hawaii that I find important facts to learn. The beauty of the island was outstanding and this tour seemed to hit the highlights. Although Oahu wasn't our favorite island to visit, we loved the vistas and beaches.
The tour was wonderful!!! Our driver Leo was very nice and funny. Will definitely do this tour again!!!
Another wonderful experience travelling around the island despite the heavy downpour at the Lookout. but what can one expect visiting in the rainy seasom. Once again the tour guide gave us lots of information describing not just what we were seeing but also the history of the island and the people . I enjoyed each stop, fascinated by the beauty of the land forms. It was one of the things that continue to give me pleasure as I share the story of my time in O'ahu.
The tour was much more than we expected. Leo was an excellent tour guide and driver. He made the trip very enjoyable and his knowledge was great.
Great tour. Loved Dole Plantation, especially the pineapple ice-cream. Highly recommend.
I had a very enjoyable experience on the tour! Our driver Leo C definitely made the experience more worthwhile with his commentary throughout our journey - his knowledge was immense! This tour is highly recommended for people who want to have quick stops (15 minutes) at main attractions throughout Oahu in 7-8 hours.
This tour was way more than we had expected. Guide Garfield is smart, funny, and so proud of his Hawaii! He is an exceptional guide, and helped us to see Hawaii and her history in a very deep and personal way. Thanks!
Our tour guide/ bus driver Ed was exceptional in every regard! What a fabulous introduction and/or review of Oahu, its history, languages, religions, ancestry and current residents. Our teenage son was as completely absorbed as we were. Great job, Ed (and as he cautioned, not to be called Mr. Ed:)