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WWII: Honor our Heroes & Historic Honolulu
From $148.42
6 hours
The WWII: Honor our Heroes and Historic Honolulu tour offers everything the USS Arizona Memorial tour offers, plus a visit to the “Mighty Mo” — the USS Missouri Battleship.
Pearl Harbor Tours
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USS Arizona Memorial & Historic Honolulu
From $78.71
4 hours
Honor the memory of those who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and see their names in this monument dedicated to them.
Circle Island Tour
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Circle Island Tour
From $131.98
8 hours
See Oahu’s top attractions on our Circle Island Tour with stops at Dole Pineapple Plantation, North Shore beaches, Waimea Valley, Pali Lookout, and Oahu’s famous windward beaches.
North Shore Eco-Adventure Tour
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North Shore Eco-Fun Waterfall
From $118.02
7 hours
Visit the surf Mecca known as the North Shore. Learn about Oahu’s rich history and sites as you tour busy streets of Waikiki to the North Shore and visit Historic Haleiwa Town.
North Shore Surfing Tours
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North Shore Eco-Fun Surf
From $198.02
7 hours
Spend your day on Oahu visiting the big wave surfing beaches like Banzai Pipeline and Sunset. Enjoy lunch at Waimea Valley and view the beaches from Pali Lookout.

Things to do on Oahu

Oahu Tours

O’ahu may seem like an unassuming little island, but it is one of the most amazing places to travel to in the world. From the turquoise ocean to dense rainforest, and all the aquatic life you can imagine, this island is an ideal place to stay for those traveling to the Hawaiian Islands. Here are just a few of the many things you can do during your stay:

  • Hula Show - When in Hawaii, hula shows are probably the most popular thing to do for visitors to Hawaiian — and they’re definitely worth it. One of the most well known on the Oahu is the Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting & Hula Show. Grab a spot on the beach, sit back, and relax while taking in a classic island tradition.
  • Surfing - When you think of Hawaii, there are a few things that come to mind — hula, volcanoes… and surfing. Oahu is home to the Banzai Pipeline, which is known all around the world as one of the best barrels in wave riding. In winter, prepare yourself for mammoth waves, and some of the top surfing talent from around the world.
  • Go to the Beach - Of course, Hawaii is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Waimea Bay Beach Park is no different, and is also a beach that changes dramatically with each season. If you’re looking to visit for a swim in the crystal waters, this is only possible from June to September. For some of the gnarliest surfing around, the winter months turn Waimea Bay Beach Park into a surfer’s paradise.
  • Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve - Oahu isn’t short of beautiful nature, of course, but if you’re looking for an extra spectacular excursion into nature, Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve is home to a 7,000-year-old coral reef, schools of glittering fish, and the possibility of running into a sea turtle or two. This is a wonderful place to appreciate nature and help keep it preserved.