The Pearl Harbor National Monument is a must-visit when coming to Oahu. Guarantee your entry, including boat tickets to the USS Arizona, with this tour. Take a tour of the visitor's center, where you watch a short film and explore exhibits that recount the infamous morning of December 7, 1941.
Learn about World War II history on this guided group tour to Pearl Harbor, which includes round-trip transfers from Waikiki hotels. Visit the Pearl Harbor Visitor's Center and get to explore inside the USS Battleship Missouri and the USS Arizona Memorial Boat, where you learn about the war and get an idea of what life at sea was like during the war.
Explore the North Shore of Oahu in the company of a guide who knows it best. This small-group tour offers a far richer experience than visiting alone. You'll get to experience top activities such as visiting a coffee farm and the Dole Plantation, as well as Waimea Valley and Sunset Beach while gaining a deeper understanding of the area's culture, environment and history.
If you have only limited time to explore Oahu, make the most of it with this full-day circle island tour. Not a minute is wasted on this action-packed tour that takes you to Diamond Head, the Dole Plantation, secret beaches, a coffee farm and more. You'll also have the chance to snorkel in turtle-filled water on the North Shore.
Get a comprehensive overview of Oahu's landmarks and highlights on this circle island tour. Enjoy a small-group setting to ensure personal attention from your local guide while seeing over thirty local attractions. See the surf and sand at Waikiki Beach, enjoy free Macadamia Nut Coffee and Nuts before a local lunch, learn about the history of Haleiwa town. Get the insider info about favorite local eateries and see filming locations for various movies and television shows. Round-trip transportation from Waikiki hotels is included.
While visiting Honolulu, take a half-day tour of Pearl Harbor that details the history of World War II in Hawaii. Visit the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument and Battleship Row with a guide who shares informative commentary about Oahu during the war in the Pacific.
Get out and explore Oahu while leaving the driving to someone else on this small-group tour around the coast of Oahu. You'll visit the Hālona Blowhole, spend time at the Byodo-In Temple, sample fruits and nuts at local farms—including the famous Dole Plantation—and take in panoramic views from Tantalus Lookout.
This small-group circle-island tour of Oahu is ideal for those who want to see a lot in a short time. In a cozy vehicle with no more than 14 passengers, you'll see such landmarks as Diamond Head, the Halona Blowhole, Byodo-In Temple and the historic Haleiwa Town. You'll also visit the famed Dole Plantation where you'll get a whole delicious Dole pineapple.
On this exciting Oahu combo tour, start the day with a downhill bike ride with epic views of the coastline, before boarding a comfortable catamaran for a two-hour snorkeling adventure. On this Oahu biking and sailing tour, all the necessary equipment is provided along with professional guides, as is round trip transportation.
Learn about Hawaiian history and experience the beauty of Oahu on a half-day bike tour from Waikiki. Ride to Diamond Head Crater, hike to the top of the dormant volcano, get great photo ops, and have lunch at the base of Diamond Head. You'll see local landmarks like Doris Duke's mansion, hidden beaches, panoramic ocean vistas, and more. Includes bike rental, helmet, lunch, water/sports drink, and Hawaiian snacks.
Combine a circle island tour of Oahu with the chance to swim and snorkel on this all-day adventure. With pickup and drop-off in Honolulu, you can make it around the island in a single day and without even renting a car. All transportation is provided for you so you can get the most out of your tour. You'll stop at all the must-see Oahu spots and listen to in-depth guided commentary as you travel.
Explore Oahu on this full-day minibus tour with a small group and a local guide. With your small group of 20 people or fewer, make plenty of stops at the island's highlights, including snorkeling with green sea turtles on the North Shore. See the Dole Plantation, the Halona Blowhole, Diamond Head, and Makapu’u Beach during this day-long outing. Round-trip transportation from Waikiki hotels is included.
Enjoy a 1-hour (90 minute) Kualoa Ranch movie tour while in Oahu and see where famous films like Jumanji, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Fifty First Dates and Magnum P.I. were filmed. A local guide will lead you to the Hollywood hotspots and provide background on the history of the ranch. You’ll travel by vintage school bus past some of the island’s most stunning natural attractions, like Mokoli’i Island, Kaneohe Bay and the Ko’olau Range, mountains which dominate the eastern half of Oahu. See why the top filmmakers in the business chose this stunning background. Stop in a WW II bunker that is built 300 feet into the mountainside and now houses several movie props and paraphernalia.
This Pearl Harbor tour departs from Waikiki and includes visits to both the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri battleship. Beforehand, you'll have the chance to learn about the Japanese attack at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, including its powerful documentary. The ride back to Waikiki takes you past Punchbowl (the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific) and the King Kamehameha statue.
See as much of Oahu as possible on a full-day circle island minibus tour. You'll stop at around a dozen different places, including Diamond Head, Makapu'u Beach, Halona Blowhole, the Dole Plantation and the North Shore where you can go snorkeling in Hawaiian green sea turtle-filled waters. With included hotel pickup and drop-off, this tour is ideal for those with limited time.
The line to visit the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor starts forming at the crack of dawn and, due to high demand, there are often more people in line than tickets available. However, you can skip the line and hassle by booking this private guided tour. After visiting the memorial and visitor center and Pearl Harbor Museums
your excursion continues with a tour of downtown Honolulu and Punch cemetery, visiting such attractions as Iolani Palace and the King Kamehameha statue.
See Honolulu’s top attractions on this tour which includes a drive through downtown Honolulu, Puchbowl Cemetry and a visit to Pearl Harbor.
Board the Navy launch boats to view the USS Arizona Memorial and explore the harbor side displays and historic exhibits at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. The downtown Honolulu tour, include a drive past Kawaiahao Church, King Kamehameha statue and Mission Houses Museum.
Visiting Pearl Harbor is a must-do when on Oahu, but typically requires waiting in a long ticket line. This guided tour lets you skip the long lines so that you have longer to explore the SS Arizona Memorial and other sites. After Pearl Harbor, you'll drive through downtown Honolulu
to the Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific and statue of King Kamehameha the Great.
Snorkel with green sea turtles in Oahu's Turtle Canyon on this 2- to 3-hour tour departing from Waikiki. Board a power catamaran and sail along the shore of Oahu towards the island's best place to spot the resident turtles. Turtle sightings are guaranteed; if a turtle is not sighted, you will be given a free second cruise. After snorkeling, enjoy lunch (if option selected ) and two provided drinks while you keep your eyes peeled for passing marine life like dolphins and migrating whales.
Share the warm Hawaiian waters with green sea turtles, tropical fish, and more on a 2-hour snorkel excursion from Waikiki. No need to wear your flippers and mask on the plane, as all necessary gear is provided. Under the careful guidance of a tour leader, discover the vibrant sea life of Turtle Canyons. Above water wildlife sightings may include spinner dolphins, flying fish, and - in winter months - humpback whales.
Sightseeing in Hawaiʻi isn’t complete without a visit to the two symbolic “bookends” of the Pacific War, the USS Arizona whose bombing was the catalyst that propelled the US into WWII, and the USS Missouri on whose decks the Japanese formally surrendered. Pearl Harbor Remembered Tour is led by a guide whose knowledge of and appreciation for these historic sites makes this “memorial” tour an experience to remember.
Stops and drive-by sites on the Pearl Harbor Remembered may include:
•Pearl Harbor Visitor Center – Experience world-class museums, waterfront exhibits, the bookstore and more.
• USS Arizona Memorial-View a 23-minute documentary about December 7, 1941, then take a shuttle boat ride to board the USS Arizona Memorial.
Shuttle boat ride tickets to the USS Arizona Memorial may be canceled or modified due to mechanical issues, high winds, or other safety concerns. Reservations are non-refundable.
• Ford Island and the USS Missouri Battleship
• Historic Downtown Honolulu
Enjoy VIP luxury on a helicopter tour of Oahu with a maximum of four people. Experience the island from a birds-eye view and get unparalleled views of the azure waters, lush greenery and cascading falls. See the most beautiful natural landmarks with a complete circle island tour starting over the white sands of Waikiki and ending with a flyover of Pearl Harbor. A wonderful way to get your bearings if you’ve just arrived, or a grand finale to your Hawaii vacation.
Enjoy a traditional lei greeting and experience a luau on Oahu. Hosted by Chief Sielu, Original World Fire Knife Dance Champion, this event provides the ideal opportunity to immerse yourself in island culture. Watch a Polynesian show, learn headband weaving before indulging in a Hawaiian feast, including pineapple glazed chicken and kalua pork. Upgrade to include priority access and convenient pickup, for a hassle-free experience.
Nothing is more iconic to Hawaii than surfing at Waikiki Beach. This is arguably the place where surfing was born, and the spot where watermen like Duke Kahanamoku helped introduce surfing to the world. The reason why this south facing coast is so perfect for learning to surf, is the fact that the bottom is soft, sandy, and the water is relatively shallow. During this surf lesson in Waikiki, you'll also notice the way the waves have a steady and gentle roll, which makes them far less intimidating than other waves on Oahu. Add in a long, stable board and a professional local instructor, and before you know it you'll be surfing a wave like ancient Hawaiians of old.
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