The Hawaiian Islands are a culturally and historically rich holiday destination offering a wide variety of attractions including the monuments of Pearl Harbour or the amazing sights of the world's greatest observation site for astronomy. There are so many options available for tours, day trips, activities, attractions and things to do offering a truly memorable experience for all tastes and budgets.
Sail the Hawaiian coastline and beautiful area of Waikiki on board the largest Polynesian catamaran in the world. Enjoy sunset cocktails before being treated to a traditional Polynesian show with dancing and music and a buffet dinner. Return transfers from Waikiki, dinner, 1 cocktail and entertainment are all included.
Discover the history of the Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbour with a documentary on the World War II bombing attack of 1941 before continuing on to the city sights of Honolulu. Explore Washington Place and downtown Honolulu, Hawaii's State Government seat, all in air conditioned comfort.
A thorough insight into Honolulu's history, this tour takes you to the famous landmarks of the USS Missouri, Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbour. Continuing on to Honolulu city, you'll visit highlights such as Iolani Palace and Washington Place accompanied by informative commentary. The tour ends on board one of the US Navy's most amazing battleships, the USS Missouri.
Offering an intimate snorkelling experience, this cruise of Kaneohe Bay allows a maximum of 48 passengers. The cruise also offers activities throughout the day and a glass bottom boat for viewing the coral reef. There are a range of food and beverages available while moored and lunch is served on board.
Covering 193 km of the island of Oahu, this tour takes you through the mountains of Pali and the island's sacred beauty all the way down to Hanauma Bay. Showcasing the island's diverse culture, highlights include the Hanauma Bay Lookout and blow hole and the famous surf beach of Makapuu.
Journey through time and discover the rich history of the Hawaiian luau complete with private beachfront location, sunset cocktails, island activities and crafts, ceremonies and demonstrations, traditional song and dance and of course, the authentic Polynesian feast.
Set over 42 acres, the property represents all countries within the Polynesian region including Hawaii, Tonga, Fiji, Tahiti, Aotearoa (New Zealand), Samoa and Marquesas. Featuring a man-made lagoon, the centre offers guided canoe tours and children's activities. The IMAX theatre also features fascinating films on local coral reeds and the Polynesian way of life.
A popular way to experience the Hawaiian culture first hand, this authentic oceanfront luau offers the nightly opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable celebration of music, dance, tradition and culture through entertainment and a delicious feast.