Duration: At your own pace
Overview: See Oahu's best attractions on a double-decker bus at your own pace, for up to three days, all at an incredibly low price. Your 24-, 48- or 72-hour pass grants you access to three loops, so you can even visit historic Pearl Harbor.
The GPS-activated narration will provide you with fun and unique stories and facts about Honolulu. On board, attendants will provide personal assistance to guests, and answer any questions you may have. Passes include access to three loops: Waikiki – to Honolulu Day Loop, Pearl Harbor Express Loop, and the exciting night loop full of dining and entertainment opportunities.
Duration:2 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Begin your excursion aboard the Discovery monohull shuttle boat for a scenic sail out to the Atlantis dive site. Once aboard the sub, you'll dive more than 100 feet below the surface. Relax in the comfortable air-conditioned cabin and watch the breathtaking underwater seascape unfurl before you through large portholes. Moray eels, giant sea turtles and mysterious sharks are just some of the magnificent marine life you might see along the way. Continue with a tour of the glittering Waikiki and Diamond Head coastline aboard the shuttle boat.
Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Brave the heights of Diamond Head, Waikiki's world famous landmark. Your exploration begins when you arrive at the ancient crater floor of Mount Leahi, the Hawaiian name for this natural wonder. A guide will explain the fascinating early history, geology, archaeology and mythology of Diamond Head as you ascend the winding trail to the summit. Enjoy an incredible panoramic view of Waikiki, the emerald green Ko'olau Mountains, and the sparkling blue Pacific far below.
Duration: 8 Hours
Overview: Get to know Hawaii from the inside out with an all-day tour that circles the entire island, covering 120 miles of Oahu's best sightseeing spots. For a close-up view of a seawater eruption, you'll visit Hawaii's own Old Faithful known as the "Blow Hole," where you'll witness oceanside water play at full-force. Besides Sandy Beach - a favorite for body surfers, you'll see the most celebrated surfing zones in the world along the North Shore - Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach and the spectacular Banzai Pipeline.
Stop at Kualoa Ranch for a scenic tour ride into the Koolau Mountains overlooking Chinaman's Hat and Kaneohe Bay. At Dole Plantation you will learn about the history of Hawaii's pineapple industry and stroll through the Plantation Gardens. Take a glimpse into the Hawaii of long ago as you pass remnants of old homesteads on your return to Waikiki.
Duration: 2 Hours
Overview: Leave the waters of Waikiki behind for an exciting eco-adventure in Waianae! West Oahu provides the rare opportunity to observe spinner dolphins and other marine life in their natural habitat. Enjoy more dolphin activities, with certified naturalists, dolphin narration, video presentation, Keiki (children) program & a dolphin guarantee year-round!
Dine on a create-your-own-gourmet-burger lunch, freshly grilled onboard with all the fixings plus one non-alcoholic beverage before returning to shore.
Duration: 4 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: An early morning tour that includes reliving the fateful morning of December 7, 1941. See rare footage of the attack on Pearl Harbor and visit the Arizona Memorial Museum built in honor of those who gave their lives that day. Then embark on a short shuttle boat ride to the Arizona Memorial itself. After returning to the Pearl Harbor landing, set out on a scenic city tour of Central Oahu that includes Punchbowl Crater and the National Memorial of the Pacific. Go past Iolani Palace and the famous King Kamehameha statue, Honolulu City Hall and Kawaihao Hawaiian Church.
Duration: 5 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Embark on a moving journey covering the attack on Pearl Harbor through a film, fascinating displays and a short cruise, allowing you to board the USS Arizona Memorial where over 1,000 men of service still lay entombed. Following your visit to where America's involvement in World War II began, you will view the battleship where it ended. Climb aboard the "Mighty Mo" - the Battleship Missouri is the last battleship built by the U.S. Navy and its most celebrated. It was on its decks that the Japanese surrender ceremony took place, signaling the end of their involvement in World War II.
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