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Waikiki: Pearl Harbor and Honolulu City Tour

1. Waikiki: Pearl Harbor and Honolulu City Tour

See Hawaii's most visited attraction, and immerse yourself in the sites and culture of Honolulu. Enjoy an inclusive tour that includes pickup and drop-off from your hotel. After pickup from your hotel, head to the Pearl Harbor Historic Site, Hawaii's most visited attraction. Learn about the attack on Pearl Harbor as you watch a short film that explains what happened prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941. Take the boat over to the USS Arizona memorial. Walk around the memorial, visitor center, and the attached museum, or perhaps take an optional tour while enjoying the Hawaiian sun. See the battleships in the harbor and the submarine USS Bowfin. After 2 hours at Pearl Harbor, drive into downtown Honolulu. See Hawaii's business district and the Iolani Palace. Stop at the Ali'iolani Hale - also known as the Hawaii Five-0 Headquarters. Learn about the Hawaiian kings, and how Hawaii became the 50th state of the USA. See the Hawaii Supreme Court Building, famous for its statue of King Kamehameha I, and featured in the TV Show Hawaii Five-0, before drop-off back at your hotel.

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Oahu: USS Arizona Memorial Deluxe Tour

2. Oahu: USS Arizona Memorial Deluxe Tour

For the first time ever, you can experience a tour of the USS Arizona Memorial from the National Park Service. This narrated tour is an immersive self-guided tour of the visitor center's two museums, the Pearl Harbor Survivor section aboard the USS Arizona Memorial and the fascinating "Path of Attack" tour available along the shoreline of Pearl Harbor. Get digital access to the National Park Service's archives at each narrated tour stop and experience the National Park Service's new Virtual Reality Center to view the new experience: Air Raid Pearl Harbor.

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Private North Shore Oahu: Swim in a Tropical Waterfall

3. Private North Shore Oahu: Swim in a Tropical Waterfall

Discover the magic of North Shore Oahu. You'll walk one mile in a tropical rainforest on a paved road Waimea Valley Falls. Optional: Time for you to swim in the pool of the 50ft waterfall. Afterwards you'll see the infamous North Shore beaches where in the winter legendary surfers ride the crazy big waves. During the summer the blue waters are calm and inviting for swimming or snorkeling. Next you'll seek out the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles that may be basking on the beach. You'll be taken to Haleiwa Town for the must-have famous Hawaiian Shave Ice before returning to Waikiki.

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From Waikiki: Pearl Harbor Premium Tour

4. From Waikiki: Pearl Harbor Premium Tour

The Premium tour features a guided tour with skip-the-line access to Pearl Harbor, Punchbowl National Cemetery and a tour of downtown Honolulu.  The luxury mini-buses make touring exceptional – with comforts like USB ports for charging tech, LED interior and exterior lighting to illuminate the way, frame-less passenger windows for unobstructed views and a stunning panoramic front viewing window. Retractable seat belts and smooth air-ride suspension make the ride a true pleasure. Viisit Honolulu’s top attractions including a skip-the-line entrance to Pearl Harbor. Travel by air-conditioned coach as a guide narrates the history behind all of the important sites that you pass, including the famous USS Arizona Memorial and the Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery. At the site, you will have access to USS Arizona's audio-guide, where you board a Navy Vessel for a boat tour to the USS Arizona Memorial. Afterwards, enjoy a tour through downtown Honolulu, making stops at the King Kamehameha Statue, Kawaiahao Church and more.  Included in this tour is convenient pick-up and drop-off at your Waikiki hotel.

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Oahu: Highlights of Oahu Small Group Tour

5. Oahu: Highlights of Oahu Small Group Tour

Enjoy a pick up from your hotel early in the morning and pass the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Waikiki. Learn more about where the sand on the beach comes from, and which movies were set in front of the scenic city. Hear stories about the formation of the island, its discovery, and see historic pictures. See the volcanic craters of Diamond Head and Koko Head. Pass Khala and head to the incredible Hanauma Bay. Look out for whales from the Makapu'u viewing platform and visit Halona Blowhole and Sandy Beach, one of the most dangerous beaches of Oahu. Discover where the movie "50 First Dates" starring Adam Sandler was shot. Stroll through a macadamia nut farm and see the small islet of Chinamans Hat. Drive by the filming locations of Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, as well as the location for the Spartan Race, the Polynesian Cultural Center and the Laie Hawaii Temple. Then, you will enjoy lunch in a local food truck. Along the north coast of the island you can see the beaches of Pipeline, Sunset and Waimea. Hear the sad story of Eddie Aikau and learn more about the surfing tournament The Eddie. Drive by Haleiwa and the Dole Plantation. Learn interesting facts about pineapples and get more insider tips for an incredible trip.

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Oahu: Half-Day Private Sightseeing Tour

6. Oahu: Half-Day Private Sightseeing Tour

A "no rush" private tour which is customized for you, your family and friends. You will be hosted by an experienced guide who knows the island including, it's history, culture, flora and wildlife. They will love to share all of it with you. Because your tour will be customized for your group, you will be taken to some of the sights and locations that will work best within your half day (5 hour) tour. Then, you will be offered an itinerary, with special requests being honored. The itineraries vary with each tour, some suggested spots include Lanai Point, Halona Blowhole, Sandy's Beach, Makapu'u, Hanauma Bay (selected as 2017's Best Beach in the USA) Pali Lookout, and the Byodo-in Temple.   Your tour starts with pick-up at a time of your choosing. As you drive to the different locations, you are more than welcome to stop if you see something interesting along the way, such as a Hawaiian monk seal who just happens to be basking on the beach or a rainbow on the horizon. This is both a flexible and a visual road trip with every day providing different sights to see. For half day tours, you will usually stop at between 5-7 locations. Time spent at each location is up to you, with no rush to move on with the tour until you feel ready. You will visit scenic and historic sites and will also be able to stop for a snack and/or lunch if you desire.   

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Oahu: Sunset Photography Tour with Professional Photo Guide

7. Oahu: Sunset Photography Tour with Professional Photo Guide

Perfect for photography enthusiasts and those who love a sunset... not only does this tour position you in perfect timing to capture the brilliant colors of a Hawaiian sunset, but you get to take pictures of the sunrays as they touch and graze the topography of Oahu Island’s windward side. Enjoy cool breezes on top of mountains, the calming effects of a Buddhist temple, delicious local food not found in Waikiki, paragliders flying over lighthouses and sea cliffs on the water’s edge. Begin your journey high above the clear waters of Hanauma Bay. Ask your guide to discuss the feature of this world-renowned bay, then drive to the Lana'i lookout. The blue colors of the Kawai channel are both breathtaking and overwhelming. Depending on the time of year, you may spot the Hawaiian-born hump-backed whale. A stop at Koko Crater Botanical garden is next on the list. Beautiful and intricate groves of plumeria will have you stopping to smell and photograph these bright tropical flowers. The spirit of this location is pleasing and benefits all visitors with a sense of inner peace, serenity and, of course, by providing the gift of beautiful images. Centered and inspired, you’ll be brought up close and personal with the Ko’olau Mountains at the Makapu'u lookout for an unforgettable experience in this protected landscape. You’ll understand why this location was designated as a National Natural Landmark in 1972 because preserving the pure quality of this natural place is worth appreciating. Anyone looking for memorable things to do in Oahu will feel the value in sharing space with the majestic Ko’olau Mountains.  Watch the Halona Blow spout. You could be really lucky to see the water shoot up over your head at this movie location and favorite photo spot. After snapping the shots of the Blow Hole and Eternity Beach, you’ll prepare to photograph Hawaii’s most epic sunset on the eastern tip of Oahu, where you’ll capture the sun dropping down the sky along the sea cliff walls. 

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What people are saying about Oahu

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 67 reviews

This tour was very educational and historical. Our tour guide Zach, knew lots about the island and if he did not know something he would try and find an answer for those who asked. I highly recommend this tour.

It was my first time visiting the Pearl Harbor National Memorial and it was breathtaking and a honor giving my respect to the men that sadly gave their lives for our great country.

Cameron was very energetic and made the trip very interesting and fun. It was very informative and a really good experience.

Keep up with the audio. Must do audio with boat ticket for full and meaningful experience.

Driver was great very nice and helpful. Nice experience