Learn about World War II history at Pearl Harbor
Try some tasty island flavor at the Dole Pineapple Plantation!
Pearl Harbor & the Polynesian Cultural Center are must-see Oahu sites!
Visit the world famous North Shore beaches of Oahu
Waimea Bay is on of the beautiful North Shore beaches
Experience the diverse and colorful cultures of the Pacific at the Polynesian Cultural Center
Learn about the customs of the Pacific through their many cultural demonstrations
Enjoy the breathtaking oceanscape of La'ie point
Dramatic view points at Nu'uanu Pali Lookout
Check out Chinaman's Hat along the way!
Along the way, visit the beautiful Byodo-in Temple
Schedule: Monday – Saturday at 6:30am – 5:30pm. Times are approximate.
Tour Includes: BBQ lunch buffet
Transportation: Complimentary round-trip Waikiki Hotel transportation. The pick-up will be at consolidated location no more than 3 minutes from your hotel. We will provide the exact pick-up location in your confirmation letter.
What to wear & bring: Wear comfortable clothes & shoes, and you do not need your swimsuit. Bring bottled water, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, and camera. Bring a government photo I.D.
Restrictions: No camera lens longer than 6 inches are allowed at Pearl Harbor.
Cruise Ship Passengers
Cruise Ship passengers arriving in Honolulu for the day cannot do these tours as the start time is too early. These tours work great for Pride of America passengers, who arrive in Honolulu a day or two prior to the start of the cruise.
This tour combines the two most popular Oahu attractions into one day … and is a great choice for those who are short on time on Oahu and are either heading to other islands for the rest of their vacation or who are cruising on the Pride of Aloha.
The most significant site at Pearl Harbor is the Arizona Memorial, and this tour stays at Pearl Harbor just long enough to look over the visitor’s center museum, watch the documentary film, and do the boat ride out to the memorial. Please note that on rare occasions high winds or mechanical issues may prevent the Navy from operating the shuttle boat. One these days you’ll still visit the museum and watch the film, but no tour price adjustment is made when this happens.
The drive to the Polynesian Cultural Center is scenic, and you’ll spend your time there touring the various villages of Polynesia that have been built here with an eye for showcasing the building styles and cultural traditions of Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Aotearoa, and Hawaii. This tour visits the Polynesian Cultural Center in the afternoon when each village has its own demonstration of cultural experiences. There’s no quicker way than this to travel from island to island in the South Pacific!