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Honolulu Sunset Dinner Cruise and Show

Escape from city life for an evening aboard this popular Honolulu sunset cruise. Plenty of food and fun await you on this Honolulu cruise. You’ll be treated to an exquisite dinner buffet, an entertaining Polynesian revue, and jaw-dropping views of Waikiki and the island sunset. Join this evening tour for an unforgettable night in Hawaii. You’ll feel right at home the second you climb aboard this Honolulu dinner cruise. Friendly staff members will give you the warmest of welcomes with a complimentary Mai Tai. The host will escort you to your seat for the buffet and show. After you dine on delicious items like tomato dill pacific white fish and sesame teriyaki chicken, the “Polynesian Journey” will unfold in front of your eyes. This production of traditional island songs and dances will have you moving and grooving. You might even get asked to join the show! Meanwhile, the beautiful Waikiki sunset serves as the backdrop for your evening, so don’t forget to bring along your camera. This Honolulu buffet cruise lasts about two hours (5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.). Round-trip transportation is available from Waikiki and Ko Olina for an additional fee. If you’re using your own transportation, please arrive 45 minutes before departure time. Your tour departs from Pier 8 at Aloha Tower Marketplace.

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Alii Sacred Falls Helicopter Tour

This tour is our finest and most popular helicopter tour excursion of Honolulu and the surrounding area. Your adventure begins with a beautiful view of placid Keehi Lagoon, and continues over historic Honolulu Harbor. Here you will see Aloha Tower, once the tallest structure on the island, as well as cruise ships from distant ports. Next is downtown Honolulu, featuring the only royal palace in the country. Above the city stands Punchbowl, the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The tour continues above Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island, the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor and Waikiki Beach. Beyond, you'll see Diamond Head crater from a dramatic perspective, the "Gold Coast" where multi-millionaires make their homes, and spectacular Hanauma Bay. Rounding the east end of the island, you'll see rugged coastline, inviting Sandy Beach, and Makapuu Point and Lighthouse. Your aerial tour continues over Sea Life Park, the estate where TV's "Magnum P.I." was filmed, and miles of white sand beach. You'll be treated to a stunning view of Mount Olomana and, later, the Nuuanu Pali, where King Kamehameha's warriors won a decisive battle to unite the islands. Your tour continues on past Sacred Falls, over the Polynesian Cultural Center (one of Hawaii's most popular visitor attractions), and the Mormon Temple in Laie. You'll also see Turtle Bay, the aquaculture farms and Kahuku Point. Don't be surprised if you see humpback whales offshore during the winter months. The tour continues along the storied North Shore, with a dramatic view of world-renowned surfing spots including Sunset Beach, Banzai Pipeline and Waimea Bay. On your way over Oahu's Central Plain, you'll see the Dole Pineapple maze and the "birthing stones" of Hawaiian royalty. Your tour concludes with a panoramic vista of Pearl Harbor. Please note: The helicopter flight time is one hour. This is not a transfer tour. Tour does not drop off at the airport. Tour vehicle cannot accommodate luggage.

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Discover The North Shore of Hawaii

Discover Oahu's North Shore on one of the most popular tours in Hawaii! You will be amazed to see how diverse this little island actually is. The island's North Shore is quite different than bustling Waikiki. Here, you will see unique red sand fields, tropical plantations, green mountains, world-class surfing beaches and lush rainforests. Simply put, you'll never be bored! This tour takes you to the Dole Pineapple Plantation, where you can try delicious pineapple whip and see how pineapples grow. Then you will head north to see the quaint little town of Haleiwa and the surfing beaches in this region. A really nice beach up there is Turtle Beach, where huge sea turtles often sun themselves right in the sand. Have your camera ready! On Oahu's windward coast, you'll visit scenic lookout points and famous Hollywood film locations including "Jurassic Park," "Lost" and "Fantasy Island." Also near Kaneohe is the beautiful Ka?a?awa Valley , with some of the most stunning views of the island. This North Shore of Oahu tour will take you on a journey of discovery to a land so beautiful, even ancient mariners were hard-pressed to find words to describe it. Discover it yourself! Please note: Tour will stop for a light lunch in the early afternoon. Sandwich selection must be made at time of booking. This is not a transfer tour. Tour does not drop off at the airport. Tour vehicle cannot accommodate luggage.

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Full Day Oahu Island Tour

Waikiki is a great spot to spend your Oahu vacation, but the island has many other attractions you just can't miss. On this unforgettable full-day Oahu Island Tour, you'll go beyond Honolulu and get to know the entire island in just one day. Oahu is an island of amazing and varied landscapes. You'll travel through fields with unique red dirt as you approach the Dole Plantation in Oahu's center. Here, you can enjoy fresh pineapple--probably the freshest and sweetest you've ever eaten--grown right here in the pineapple fields. Then you're off to the picturesque Haleiwa town on Oahu's North Shore, a surfing town with many quirky art and gift stores. In this region, the world-famous big wave surfing beaches are located. You'll get to see Waimea Bay, home to the largest shore break in the world, along with Sunset Beach and the Banzai Pipeline. On Oahu's windward side, you'll travel past popular Hollywood movie locations of hits like "Jurassic Park" and "Pearl Harbor." Your Circle Island Tour also includes a stop at the Pali Lookout, from where you'll enjoy an incredible bird's-eye-view of Oahu's windward coast. You'll be able to see many attractions you just drove by, including Chinaman's Hat Island, Gilligan's Island, and the cities of Kaneohe and Kailua. Rounding out your journey will be a drive to Oahu's South Shore. Stop at beaches and scenic locations such as Hanauma Bay and the Makapuu Lookout. Please note: Tour is conducted by comfortable mini-coach, with a knowledgeable tour guide. A stop for lunch will be taken in the early afternoon; you will need to make a lunch sandwich selection at time of booking. There will not be time for swimming at any of the stops. This is not a transfer tour. Tour does not drop off at the airport. Tour vehicle cannot accommodate luggage.

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Pearl Harbor and Honolulu City Disembarkation Tour

This Honolulu and Pearl Harbor tour is perfect for guests disembarking their cruise, as you can take your luggage with you. Departing from the cruise ship, you will tour Honolulu’s most famous sites and learn the history of this wonderful city during your driving orientation. Highlights you will see/pass on this excursion include the Iolani Palace, the pride of the Hawaiian Monarchy and the site of its overthrow in 1893. You will also marvel at the gold-sheathed statue of King Kamehameha, one of Hawaii’s most well-known heroes famous for uniting the island nation. You will also have a drive-through visit to The Punchbowl National Cemetery, located in the Pu’owaina Crater, an extinct volcano locally referred to as the “Punchbowl." Officially dedicated on September 2, 1949 on the fourth anniversary of V-J Day, The Punchbowl Cemetery has been described as the most beautiful and moving of all national cemeteries.

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Aqua Zone Scuba Diving & Snorkeling

Aqua Zone Scuba Diving & Snorkeling offering Daily Boat Dives, Daily Snorkel Tours, FREE pool Lessons for Beginner & Rusty Divers, Equipment Rentals & Sales & PADI Certifications. Located in The Waikiki Beach Marriott & Resort & Spa, near the Zoo. Boats located 3 minutes from cruise port.

Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa 2335 Kalakaua Ave. 112 Honolulu , Hawaii , 808-923-3483

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Paradise Cove Luau

The Paradise Cove Luau takes place on a 12-acre beachfront estate, formerly the summer home of one of Hawaii's most prominent families.

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Roberts Hawaii

Roberts Hawaii is a full service transportation and activity company that delivers first class transportation, personalized sightseeing tours and excursions. Our employee-owned and operated company began serving the tourism industry on Kauai in 1941. Today, after 70 years, our service extends to the four major islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii’s Big Island.

680 Iwilei Road, Suite 700 Honolulu , Hawaii , 1-800-831-5541

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Reviews on Tours in Honolulu Post a Review

taking a Cruise to Hawaii was one of the most memorable experiences i ever had. I visited Honollulu, Kauai, & Maui. I rented a car in all the ports and drive around like a local. My most memorable time was driving on the Road to Hana. What a road trip that was. Hawaii has so many hidden secrets that you can experience and is worth every penny.

Apr 22, 2014

I went on the Paradise cove Luau. It was really cool. There was a lot of people so it wasnt as intimate as i would have liked, but ... you cant go to Hawaii without going to a Luaa

Jun 26, 2010
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Capital of all the islands, Oahu is for beachcombers, honeymooners and adventurers of all ages. It has clear blue waters and pristine valleys, rainbows and waterfalls, quiet sandy beaches, fiery sunsets and lovely flowers which perfume the air. It is truly a jewel.

Honolulu, the capital, is set over five hills and surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches, attracting some seven million visitors each year.

It offers plazas, parks with cascading waterfalls, five star restaurants, nightclubs, world-class shopping, great art and architecture, exquisite hotels and friendly people with old fashioned aloha spirit.

A walking tour of the city must include the Aloha Tower and the fascinating Hawai\'i Maritime Centre, the Kawaiahao Church, the Mission Houses Museum, the stately Iolani Palace and across the street, the striking statue of King Kamehameha the Great.

A gourmet\'s paradise, the cuisine in Honolulu is a blend of the spices of Asia and the Pacific with European styles and sauces.
Make a special visit to Chinatown where several buildings erected at the turn of the century still remain intact. The architecture is reminiscent of a bygone era. The Chinatown Historical Society offers walking tours which include a stroll through the colorful arcades, past the exotic herb shops, the famous open market and historical buildings.

There\'s so much to see and do on Oahu, from a family hike to Diamond Head, a 760 foot peak, to a swim with 150 varieties of tropical fish in Hanauma Bay.

Where else can you snorkel a crystal lagoon, climb a dormant volcano, surf huge waves, kayak along a pristine tropical coastline, picnic on a sandbar, soar in a glider over tidepools, scuba dive over sunken airplanes, play golf at a championship course and sail into a magnificent sunset?

A change of pace is to visit Dole Plantation three miles past Wahiawa. Walk around the Pineapple Garden tasting the varieties of pineapple grown there, or surf the waves on Ka\'a\'awa Beach on the windward side of the island.

You can also enjoy a stroll through the Polynesian Cultural Centre and enjoy Sea Life Park with its killer whales, dolphins and penguins.

Then there\'s the chance to take a nostalgic trip to Pearl Harbor where you can step aboard the \'USS Bowfin\', a real WW2 submarine.

Learn more about this compelling wartime saga by visiting the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Centre displaying WW2 naval history and see a film about the sneak attack.

A visit to Hawai\'i would be incomplete without a swim at famous Waikiki beach with its inviting tropical ocean waters, or you can experience the thrill of windsurfing at Kailua Beach where experienced windsurfers offer lessons.


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