Tour Price (per person)
|Using Ramada hotel or similar||$560|
|Using Waikiki Resort or similar||$650|
|Using Sheraton hotel or similar||$720|
– Above rates is valid from Jan – Mar, 2018. Please contact us for rates in other seasons.
Arrive Honolulu International Airport from Hometown; tour guide will meet you at the Baggage Claim Area and transfer to hotel.
Morning free or contact us for other optional tours. Afternoon tour visit the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. This is the final resting place for many of the battleships 1,177 crew who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. The tour includes a 23 minute documentary film describing the attack on Pearl Harbor and a short boat trip to the memorial. Afterwards you will enjoy a city tour of Honolulu where you will visit the State Capitol which is unlike any other state capitol. This building is surrounded by a pool of water, the columns around the building are shaped like palm trees, and the two legislative chambers are cone-shaped symbolizing volcanoes. You will also visit Washington Place which was named in honor of the first U.S. president and was the home to dozens of hawaiis governors. You will also pay your respects to the dead and to enjoy the panoramic view at the National Cemetery of the Pacific which is located in the Puowaina Crater or Punchbowl which was created by volcanic activity over 75,000 years ago. You will also go to see Iolani Palace which was the residence of Hawaiis last two monarchs-King Kalakaua and his sister Queen Liliuokalani. You will also visit the King Kamehameha statue. King Kamehameha also known as Kamehameha the Great was known to have preserved Hawaiis independence under his rule. In the afternoon you will be able to enjoy the sights and beauty of Hawaii at your leisure.
This tour will show you the beauty of Waikiki Beach which is two miles of white sand coast fronted by hotels and tourist facilities. You will also enjoy the view of Diamond Head which is one of the most famous volcanic crater in the world. You will also see Hanauma Bay which is a protected marine life conservation area and underwater park. The tour will also take you to see the Halona Blowhole which is on the south side of Oahu. You will also go to the Nuuanu Pali Lookout which overlooks the 985-foot cliffs of the Koolau Mountain Range. Here the trade winds blow through the valley between the high mountains on either side and on really windy days you can even lean into the wind and let the gusts hold you up.
Morning free. In the afternoon you will go to the amazing Polynesian Cultural Center (admission and dinner included). The center which is owned by the Mormon Church is staffed by the students from Brigham Young University-Hawaii. They created typical villages from eight Pacific Island nations (Hawaii, Samoa, Maori New Zealand (Aotearoa), Fiji, Tahiti, the Marquesas, Tonga, and Rapa Nui) on 42 acres. Each of the island villages gives you a first-hand look at these diverse and fascinating cultures. The Center also offers several screenings in their IMAX theater of the Coral Reef Adventure that follows the real life expedition of underwater filmmakers as they explore unique locations in Fiji, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, and the waters off Tahiti. You will also experience an authentic luau and then enjoy Hawaiis largest and most exciting dinner show – Horizons: Where the Sea Meets the Sky, which has a cast of over 100 islanders performing traditional Polynesian songs and dances in the 2,800 seat Pacific Theater.
Transfer to airport for flight departure.