Royal Circle Island Tour
The Royal Circle Island Tour is your gateway to O'ahu. See spectacular shorelines and surfing beaches, enjoy panoramic views from the wind blown Pali Look-Out atop the Koolau Mountain range, the famous Blow Hole and Sandy Beach, Hanauma Bay (closed Tuesdays), the Dole Pineapple fields, and the North Shore surfing beaches and rural communities. Specify when booking if you wish to include one of the following highlights: Waimea Valley Audubon Park / Dole Pineapple / Kualoa Ranch Fish Pond.
Lunch stop made, cost on own.
Time: 8:30am to 5:30pm (Daily)
Pricing: Adults $73.04 / Children (6 to 12 years) $59.16 / Children (5 and under) $51.57
Admissions are included in prices and cause the fluctuation in tour rates.
Deluxe Little Circle - Southeastern Coast
Half-day 60-mile tour of O'ahu's diverse Southeastern coast and Koolau Mountains. See tranquil coves, rugged cliffs and a tropical forest. Stops include the slopes of Diamond Head Crater, Hanauma Bay (closed Tuesdays), the windy Pali Lookout, Nuuanu Valley and Makapuu Beach. So much variety is packed into this conveniently scheduled 4 hour tour.
Times: 2 pm and 6 pm (Daily)
Pricing: Adults $35.03 / Children (under 11 years occupying a seat) $31.26
North Shore, Dole Pineapple and Half Island Tour
Travel to O'ahu's central plain for a half-day tour and observe one of Hawaii's last major pineapple crops. At your visit to Dole Plantation, hop on the Pineapple Express Train Tour and learn about the history of agriculture in Hawaii. Back on the comfortable mini bus, continue along O'ahu's north shore surfing beaches and Jurassic Park set along picturesque coastal communities.
Time: 8:15am to 2:00pm (Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays)
Pricing: Adults $53.87 / Children (under 11 years occupying a seat) $47.12
Pearl Harbor, Arizona Memorial Museum
A non-profit association cooperating with the National Park Service. The Association operates a bookstore at the USS Arizona Memorial that provides visitors with educational material about the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II in the Pacific.
Pearl Harbor/Arizona Memorial Excursion
Relive the dramatic events of Pearl Harbor as you visit the National Park Visitor's Center historical exhibits and film documentary. Board the Navy shuttle boat for a short ride to the Arizona Memorial where you will see the sunken remains of the USS Arizona and the names of 1,177 sailors and marines who lost their lives aboard the battleship on December 7, 1941.
Times: 6:10am to 10:45am* / 8:55am to 1:45pm* (Daily)
Pricing: Adults $26.17 / Children (2 to 12 years) $20.93
*Length of tour is determined by the numbers of people at Pearl Harbor. Ideally this tour returns to the resort in about 4 hours.
Arizona Memorial and Honolulu Historical City
After visiting the Arizona Memorial and visitor center at Pearl Harbor, you will re-board your mini bus for a historical city tour of downtown Honolulu, through Chinatown, the grounds of the Iolani Palace, our State Capital, the Governor's mansion and the Punchbowl National Cemetery situated in an old volcanic crater.
Time: 6:10am to 11:30am* (Daily)
Pricing: Adults $36.64 / Children (2 to 12 years) $31.40
*Length of tour is determined by the number of people at Pearl Harbor. Ideally this tour returns to the resort in about 5 hours, but during peak season can run longer.
Arizona Memorial/USS Missouri Battleship/Punchbowl National Cemetery Combo Tour
This tour combines the Arizona Memorial Excursion as described above and also includes admission to the Battleship Missouri where the peace treaty was signed between the U.S. and Japan in 1945. A drive through the Punchbowl Crater tops off this favorite of history buffs. Continue through historical downtown Honolulu including the state capital, Governor's mansion and Iolani Palace, the stately statue of King Kamehameha, and the old Kawaiahao Church.
Time: 6:10am to 3:00pm* (Daily)
Pricing: Adults $73.29 / Children (3 to 12 years) $62.82
* Length of tour is always dependent on the number of people at Pearl Harbor. Boarding the Arizona Memorial, and USS Missouri is done on a first come, first served basis.
Pearl Harbor Circle Island Combo
This tour combines the Arizona Memorial Excursion with a sightseeing tour around the island via Dole Pineapple fields to the North Shore surfing beaches, windward coast and all of the stops along the rugged Southeastern coastline to the slopes of Diamond Head. An excellent choice for visitors with limited time.
Time: 6:10am to 5:30pm (Daily)
Pricing: Adults $88.99 / Children (2 to 12 years) $73.29
Security procedures at Pearl Harbor restrict bags of any kind including women's purses. A holding area is available at a minimal fee.
Honolulu City Haunts Walking Tour
On this tour, guests will visit several known haunted hot-spots in Honolulu. This will include Iolani Palace, the State Capital Building and areas in both Chinatown and Downtown Honolulu. Guests will be led by one of our ghost storytellers who will tell the stories behind the spooky locations. Some places do not allow entry, so guides will stand outside the building or location and tell the story. Guests with cameras may be able to observe unexplained events at these sites.
Pricing: Adults (ages 12 years and older) $34.00 / Children (ages 7 through 11) $29.00
Orbs of O'ahu Night-Time Driving Tour
On our Orbs of O'ahu driving tour, you will witness the sites where horrifying events took place many years ago. The events are over, but the haunts are just beginning. On this 4-plus-hours tour, guests will be taken halfway around the island to visit the same spots that have been told in books and tales for hundreds of years, and that make the island of O'ahu famous for being a supernatural hot-spot in the Pacific.
Pricing: Adults (ages 12 years and older) $54.00 / Children (ages 10 years through 11) $43.00
Sacred Spirits Day-Time Eco-Cultural Driving Tour
These places are treated with much respect by the Hawaiians and from visitors alike. On this excursion, you will visit several of the most ancient and sacred spots in Hawaii. You'll learn about the Menehune (the little people), as well as the feared Night Marchers. You'll also learn how Hawaiians used to live in harmony with natural resources as well as how they utilized them to prepare for battles and to protect their villages and land (Aina).
Pricing: Adults (ages 12 years and older) $56.00 / Children (ages 7 years through 11) $43.00
Please note: All prices listed above reflect the range between tour operators and/or tour content and are subject to change without notice. Days/hours of operations subject to change.