Plan a Hawaii vacation and explore Hawaii like never before. We have put together a list of our top selling tours so that you get to know more about the place and enjoy your trip with fun-filled activities.
1. Pearl Harbor and Historic Honolulu City Tour departing Waikiki Hotels
Your tour begins at Pearl Harbor where the tragedy of December 7, 1941, happened as the Japanese forces launched a surprise attack on Oahu. The USS Arizona was directly hit and sank within minutes. The ship took down 1,177 seamen with it. You will see Oahu’s past coming to life as you watch the 23-minute documentary –original archival footage of that tragic morning.
Check the Navy vessel en-route to the USS Arizona Memorial dangling over the sunken battleship. You will be in awe as you see the quiet and reverential environment of the iconic white Memorial. The names and ranks of those brave seamen are etched in marble in the Shrine Room.
Take a look into the water to see “The Black Tears of the Arizona”. They are the oil drops that rise to the surface from the battleship hull even now. Explore Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, the museum houses the Road to War and Attack galleries with photos, memorabilia, and artifacts.
2. Battleships of WWII at Pearl Harbor Tour departing Waikiki Oahu Hotels
This fascinating Pearl Harbor tour will add to your knowledge about the start and end of WWII with visits to two renowned battleships: the USS Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri Memorial. Explore the Pearl Harbor Battleship tour in Oahu and en-route to Pearl Harbor, our professional guide will narrate to you the historic incidents that started with the early morning aerial attack.
As you reach Pearl Harbor, start with the USS Arizona Memorial where you will learn about the 1,177 seamen who lost their lives as the USS Arizona sank within minutes of the attack. You get to watch the 23-minute documentary featuring original archival footage. Pay your respects at the final resting place of these fallen heroes – the Shrine Room. Notice their names and ranks that are engraved in marble.
After Pearl Harbor, visit the Historic Downtown Honolulu. Hear the interesting stories about Hawaii’s royal family as you visit the ancient architectural landmarks associated with the islands’ time as a kingdom: Iolani Palace, Kawaiahao Church, King Kamehameha the Great Statue, and Aliiolani Hale.
3. The Complete Pearl Harbor Experience Tour Departing Waikiki Oahu Hotels
This exciting historic tour features major Pearl Harbor destinations including the USS Arizona Memorial, the Battleship Missouri, Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, and Bowfin Submarine Museum. You will experience the significant time of this global conflict, from the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, Oahu that propelled the U.S. into the war, to September 2, 1945 when Japanese surrender and hence WWII ended.
Make your trip an unforgettable one by booking your Pearl Harbor tour at Pearlharboroahu. Explore the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park also known as the “Pearl Harbor Avenger”. The Bowfin finished nine patrols during WWII successfully, backing to the Allies’ victory over Japan.
Visit the museum filled with lots of artifacts, and pay your regards to the lost seamen and submarines at the waterfront memorial. The tour ends with a drive through Historic Downtown Honolulu with our guide sharing stories about Hawaii’s royal family.
4. Pearl Harbor + Dole Plantation + Polynesian Cultural Center Tour departing Waikiki Hotels
Enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit Oahu’s most famous destinations including Pearl Harbor, Dole Plantation, and Polynesian Cultural Center. The tour will begin at historic Pearl Harbor where the scenes of the tragic events that pushed the U.S. into World War II will come to life. You might get emotional at the USS Arizona Memorial where 1,177 seamen sacrificed their lives on December 7, 1941, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
Pay your respects to the soldiers at the Shrine Room. You can watch a 23-minute documentary about the attack and then cross the Harbor to the Memorial in a Navy vessel. Check the oil droplets known as “The Black Tears of the Arizona” that continue to escape the sunken battleship and rise to the surface of the Harbor, even now.
Visit the WWII museum exhibits, Dole Plantation and get souvenirs at the Plantation Store. View the Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach on the way to Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore.
5. Pearl Harbor + Oahu Circle Island Tour Departing Waikiki, Oahu Hotels
Get set for a day of dual adventure! Explore WWII history at Pearl Harbor and discover Oahu’s prominent North Surf surfing beaches, the emerald Koolau Mountains, hidden valleys, and scenic lookouts. Take a Navy boat to the Memorial, the famous white structure hanging over the remains of the sunken battleship. Note the atmosphere of quiet contemplation and honor as you step inside the Memorial.
This tour reveals lots of Oahu’s most stunning site locations as we circle the island. The tour takes you through pleasant Haleiwa Town. En route, we stop at the famous Dole Plantation where you will get to know all about Hawaii’s legendary pineapple crop.
Experience the best of Oahu in one memorable day our expert guide shares the rich history, heritage, and culture of Oahu and Hawaii.