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Excellent trip, great value for money, well organised, well worth a visit, would thoroughly recommend.
Amazing tour! Walter, our guide, was awesome. He gave us one of the best tours of Pearl Harbor we ever had. We especially enjoyed the Pacific Aviation Musuem Tour!!
very emotional, especially the film of the attack. Had a great day, very interesting
What better way to understand about WWII than to visit this historical place... and it truly was emotional in most parts especially when you get to comprehend the significance of every part of this place.
Found it a bit difficult to locate the actual tour bus with the company name on it but once we found it, things only got better. Our bus driver was very informative and gave us some history of Honolulu on the drive the Pearl Harbor.
Our tour guide Gerry at the Pacific Aviation Museum was very good. He gave us an insight of what it was like to be there on the fateful day as we walked along the where the planes would have been on that day. I enjoyed having the tour guide there to share some of his stories as well.
Tour was very good. Arizona memorial is a must when visiting Oahu. City tour was short but interesting.
Pacific Aviation Museum was nice but if you are mobile, I would recommend the USS Missouri tour over
the museum. But the museum was perfect for us. It is a full day tour but there is lots to see. Would have
like to get off the bus at Punchbowl for pictures.
Plenty to see and good value. Aviation Museum was at the actual airfield and very well organised and presented. An excellent display and a must for the aviation interested!
Driver was good, bus was clean, and we were kept on schedule. We could have had more time at the Pacific Aviation Museum, our guided tour ran long and we didn't have a chance to get food at the museum cafe. A bonus for us though was the driver stopped for us to take photos at the King Kamehameha statue.
i did not see the pacific aviation museum because i was the only one in the bus