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Big Island Day Trip: Volcanoes National Park from Oahu

Big Island Day Trip: Volcanoes National Park from Oahu - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: 15 hours
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

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$481.29

Discover the sights of the Big Island on this guided day trip from Oahu. Inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO-listed site, hike along a crater rim, step inside a lava tube and witness the glowing red embers of Kilauea Volcano ... More info ›

Discover the sights of the Big Island on this guided day trip from Oahu. Inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO-listed site, hike along a crater rim, step inside a lava tube and witness the glowing red embers of Kilauea Volcano. Walk on Hilo’s black sand beach, see the misty Rainbow Falls, stroll through Akatsuka Gardens and snap a pic of a $20,0000 orchid. This Oahu Volcano tour includes a visit to Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory, where you’ll learn first-hand how the nuts are roasted to golden perfection.

After early morning hotel pickup in Waikiki (if option selected), you’ll fly from Oahu to the Big Island of Hawaii for a full day packed with beautiful sights. Throughout the tour, learn about the history and geology of the Big Island from your guide's informative commentary, before returning to Oahu. See Itinerary below for details.

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Kauai Day Trip: Waimea Canyon, Wailua River from Oahu

Kauai Day Trip: Waimea Canyon, Wailua River from Oahu - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: 15 hours
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

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$486.65

Fly from Oahu to Kauai to explore the lush island's natural beauty, including Kauai’s famously scenic Waimea Canyon, nicknamed ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific.’ Along the way, see Old Koloa Town and Waimea, the town where Captain Cook landed in 1778. Ride by Poipu Beach to visit the blowhole at Spouting Horn then take a scenic cruise on Wailu River to see Opaekaa Falls and Fern Grotto ... More info ›

Fly from Oahu to Kauai to explore the lush island's natural beauty, including Kauai’s famously scenic Waimea Canyon, nicknamed ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific.’ Along the way, see Old Koloa Town and Waimea, the town where Captain Cook landed in 1778. Ride by Poipu Beach to visit the blowhole at Spouting Horn then take a scenic cruise on Wailu River to see Opaekaa Falls and Fern Grotto. Round-trip flights, transportation with a professional driver-guide on Kauai and the Wailu River cruise are included.

Optional early morning pickup in Oahu takes you to the airport for your 45-minute flight to Kauai. Upon landing, your guide meets you in an air-conditioned van and you set off on your island adventure.

Visit majestic Waimea Canyon, the biggest canyon in the Pacific, measuring more than 3,600 feet (1,097 meters) deep, 14 miles long (22.5 kilometers) and one mile wide (1.6 kilometers). From the lookout, get breathtaking views of the canyon’s deep green valleys and rugged cliffs.

Continue by van to the coast where you see the 19th-century Russian Fort Elizabeth, the last remaining Russian fort in Hawaii. Nearby you find Waimea town, the spot where Captain Cook first landed in the Hawaiian Islands in 1778.

Driving past Poipu Beach, stop at Spouting Horn Park, an ocean blowhole where the sea surges through a hole in the rock shelf, blasting water up to 50 feet (15 meters) into the air. Stop near Poipu Beach at a friendly local restaurant where you can purchase lunch, then follow the road through Old Koloa Town, where Hawaii’s first large sugarcane plantation started in 1834.

Further along the highway, Mount Ha’upu is said to sport a likeness of Queen Victoria’s profile on the mountainside. Whether you see the queen or not, you can be assured that the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley, was spotted in nearby Nawiliwili Harbor when filming his 1961 hit movie Blue Hawaii.

Your Kauai adventure wraps up on the east side of Kauai with a cruise along the Wailua River. As you glide down the 2-mile (3.2-kilometer) river to Fern Grotto, your guide points out gorgeous Opaekaa Falls and Wailua Falls. Disembark at the Fern Grotto landing where musicians perform songs of ancient Hawaii, accompanied by hula dancers. A short walk through lush rain forest takes you to the fern-covered grotto.

Throughout the day, your guide shares informative and entertaining commentary about the sights and history of Kauai. At the end of the tour, you are returned to the airport for your flight back to Oahu.

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Maui Day Trip: Haleakala, Iao Valley, Old Lahaina from Oahu

Maui Day Trip: Haleakala, Iao Valley, Old Lahaina from Oahu - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: 14 - 15 hours
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

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$485.07

Fly from Oahu to Maui for a full-day tour that explores the central part of the island, featuring spectacular Mt Haleakala and verdant Iao Valley State Park. Travel to the summit of the dormant Haleakala Volcano where you get expansive views of western Maui and the otherwordly landscape of Haleakala National Park ... More info ›

Fly from Oahu to Maui for a full-day tour that explores the central part of the island, featuring spectacular Mt Haleakala and verdant Iao Valley State Park. Travel to the summit of the dormant Haleakala Volcano where you get expansive views of western Maui and the otherwordly landscape of Haleakala National Park. In the northwest, marvel at the impressive Iao Needle rock formation located in lush the lush rain forest of Iao Valley State Park. Round-trip flights, transportation with a professional driver-guide on Maui and park admissions are included.

Start your day with optional early morning pickup in Oahu to arrive at the airport for your 45-minute flight to Maui. Your guide meets you upon landing in Maui and transfers you to your comfortable air-conditioned coach to start your adventure on the island, the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands.

Visit the top highlight of Maui, the majestic Haleakala Crater. As your coach climbs the long winding road that ascends 10,000 feet in just 37 miles (60 km), soak in stunning views of the west side of Maui and the Pacific Ocean. Arriving the summit of Mt Haleakala, marvel at the dormant volcano’s enormous crater, which measures 3,000 feet (915 meters) deep, 2.5 miles (4 km) wide, 7.5 miles (12 km) long and 22 miles (35 km) in circumference. Although the volcano last erupted in 1790, the land surrounding the lava flow still appears barren. Keep a jacket handy for the cooler temperatures at the summit.

In contrast to the stark volcanic terrain of Mt Haleakala, the Iao Valley boasts lush emerald rain forest interspersed with waterfalls, swimming holes and jagged mountain landscapes. Enjoy about an hour at Iao Needle, a rock pinnacle that stands 2,250 feet (686 m) above sea level. Take a stroll along an easy trail that gives you great views of the Iao Needle and the park's breathtaking scenery.

In addition to the natural highlights of the island, stop in the town of Wailuku, located near the Iao Valley. Have time to explore the quaint town and see the historic Ka’ahamanu Church, named in honor of Hawaiian monarch Queen Ka’ahamanu.

Your knowledgeable guide shares stories about Maui’s sights and history throughout your day, along with plenty of stops for photo ops and a lunch stop (own expense) around mid-day. At the end of about an eight hour tour on Maui, your guide takes you to the airport for your return flight to Oahu.

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Maui Day Trip: Hana Adventure from Oahu

Maui Day Trip: Hana Adventure from Oahu - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: 14 hours
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

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$476.22

Fly to Maui for the day from Oahu on a Hana Adventure tour! You'll explore the lush tropical beauty and constantly changing vistas of the world-famous Hana Coast on this memorable Maui day trip.

The beauty of this region is famous for its coastal views, waterfalls, pools and legendary beaches.

The best way to experience the beauty of this region is in the company of a knowledgeable driver/guide, allowing you to focus on the breathtaking scenery of this incomparably picturesque area.

A delightful no-host luncheon stop is provided on the Hawaiian Airline option only. Bring a swimsuit and towel and take a swim in the famous Ohe'o Stream and Pools, if the weather permits.

Your day trip to Maui includes a drive around Maui's east coast to Paia town, Kaumahina State Park, Keanae Valley Lookout, Puaa Kaa and Waianapanapa State Parks, a visit to Hana Town and the Hasegawa General Store, Wailua Falls Lookout and scenic views of the island's famous windsurfing beaches

Take a Hana Adventure tour today!

Fly to Maui for the day from Oahu on a Hana Adventure tour! You'll explore the lush tropical beauty and constantly changing vistas of the world-famous Hana Coast on this memorable Maui day trip.

The beauty of this region is famous for its coastal views, waterfalls, pools and legendary beaches.

The best way to experience the beauty of this region is in the company of a knowledgeable driver/guide, allowing you to focus on the breathtaking scenery of this incomparably picturesque area.

A delightful no-host luncheon stop is provided on the Hawaiian Airline option only. Bring a swimsuit and towel and take a swim in the famous Ohe'o Stream and Pools, if the weather permits.

Your day trip to Maui includes a drive around Maui's east coast to Paia town, Kaumahina State Park, Keanae Valley Lookout, Puaa Kaa and Waianapanapa State Parks, a visit to Hana Town and the Hasegawa General Store, Wailua Falls Lookout and scenic views of the island's famous windsurfing beaches

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Oahu and Pearl Harbor Sightseeing Tour from Waikiki

Oahu and Pearl Harbor Sightseeing Tour from Waikiki - Oahu, Hawaii
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Oahu, Hawaii

From USD
$120.94

Discover the rich history and magnificent landscape of Oahu on a full-day tour with an experienced guide. See historic sites such as Nuʻuanu Pali and Pearl Harbor’s USS Arizona Memorial, stop at the surfing beaches of the North Shore and scenic spots including Hanauma Bay, Halona Blowhole and more ... More info ›

Discover the rich history and magnificent landscape of Oahu on a full-day tour with an experienced guide. See historic sites such as Nuʻuanu Pali and Pearl Harbor’s USS Arizona Memorial, stop at the surfing beaches of the North Shore and scenic spots including Hanauma Bay, Halona Blowhole and more. Your experienced guide shares informative commentary throughout the day as you circle the island by coach. Especially if short on time, this comprehensive tour provides the perfect way to fully experience Oahu.

Start your day with early morning pickup at your hotel then head directly to the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, located a short drive from downtown Honolulu.

Your guide takes you on a tour of the USS Arizona Memorial, which starts with a 25-minute film about the history of the Pearl Harbor attack. Then take a short boat trip out to the memorial, a long building that spans the submerged battleship USS Arizona, which is visible below in the clear ocean. You'll have time to walk around the memorial and the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where you see artifacts from World War II and informative displays about the attack.

After Pearl Harbor, begin your sightseeing tour of Oahu, traveling by comfortable air-conditioned coach. Head toward the island’s North Shore as your guide shares local stories and history. Stop at the famous Dole Plantation to snack on a frozen pineapple treat, check out the gift shop or feed the fish in the plantation’s fish pond.

Continue to the North Shore, renowned for its winter surf. Stop at spots with great photo ops and see famous surfing beaches such as Sunset, Pipeline and Waimea Bay. Then turn inland to to reach the Nuʻuanu Pali lookout where you get panoramic views of Kanehoe Bay and Kailua Bay. Your guide explains the historic significance of this locale, where King Kamehameha I won a fierce battle in 1795 to bring Oahu under his rule.

Descend from the mountains to the coast to head back towards Honolulu with photo stops at the lookout over Hanauma Bay and the geyser-like Halona Blowhole.

Expect a break around midday at a place where you can purchase lunch. The fascinating 10-hour tour ends around 4:30pm when you get dropped off at your Waikiki hotel.

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