Call To Duty Tour in Honolulu, HI

Hoku Hawaii Tours"Hotel Pick Up"Honolulu, HI 96817
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Overview

A luxury tour of Pearl Harbor with an added tour of downtown Honolulu’s most historic sights, the Call to Duty Tour offers a unique experience for all ages. Tours include a call to duty and visit to the Arizona Memorial, the USS Missouri battleship, the Visitors Center and more, complete with professional narration. Guests can also enjoy bottled water, breakfast bars and a hearty lunch included.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Honolulu Travel Experts
  • Tour duration: approx. 8 hours.
  • Lunch included.
  • Group tour.
  • Led by expert WWII and Honolulu city guide.
  • Pay your respects at the Arizona Memorial.
  • Tour includes USS Missouri Battleship, USS Oklahoma Memorial, the Punchbowl National Cemetery and Hawaiian Palaces.

Description

from Call To Duty Tour
Embark on our luxurious mini-coach where you will be served cold refreshing water, cotton cloth towelettes, and tasty local breakfast bread! This journey features Pearl Harbor’s top two attractions allowing you to visit the Battleship USS Missouri and view the USS Arizona Memorial from the exhibit shoreline. This tour was designed to allow you to actually stand where WWII started and ended for the United States of America.

Prior to arriving at Pearl Harbor, our trained professional navigator gives a World War II narration and provides tips and hints on what to look for when visiting the Pearl Harbor Visitor’s Center. A brief history of the USS Missouri is also given on the route to Ford Island. Lunch is provided on this tour. This luxury journey is complemented with a tour of Honolulu’s historic sites narrated to provide important events of Hawaii’s history.

Lunch/Food Options:
Lunch is included with this tour. Choose between a Pulled Pork Sandwich, Chicago Dog, Chili Dog, Hamburger, Cheeseburger or Chicken Nuggets. All choices are served with a side of fries or chips and a fountain drink. Bottled water services and local breakfast bread will be provided on your journey aboard this tour.

NOTE:
Pearl Harbor is an active military base, therefore a "no bag" policy exists on location, prohibiting purses, handbags, fanny packs, backpacks, camera bags, diaper bags, luggage and/or other items that offer concealment. Bags can be stored in a secure storage facility for a $4.00 fee. The facility is located outside the front entrance near the Pearl Harbor Shuttle Stop.

Transportation from select Waikiki hotels is offered. A phone number will be listed on the E-ticket to call after purchase to set-up pick-up location.

Call To Duty Tour (H1A)
Pickups begin at 5:50 am
Tour starts at 6:30 am
Estimated return time 2:00pm
(Tour pickup times and end times are approximate)

Call To Duty Tour (H1B)
Pickups begin at 8:25 am
Tour starts at 9:05 am
Estimated return time at 5:00 pm
(Tour pickup times and end times are approximate)

Tripster Customer Reviews

Sue W.
1 Review
"Call To Duty Tour"
January 2017
What an excellent tour. "Uncle Charlie" was an excellent guide. Incredibly knowledgeable and uber-friendly! We thoroughly enjoyed our tour with him. We give him a 5+++ star rating! Don't hesitate to use this company when touring in Oa'hu. You won't regret it! AND, the lunch...magnificent!
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Tip: Book early...and be ready to enjoy all of it!

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blt2flx
Oahu, Hawaii
"Above the call of duty "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 18, 2019 NEW
Had a great time, our tour guide Dave was fantastic. He saw Pear Harbor, the air museum, and the USS Missouri,
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timothyhendo
Moonee Ponds, Australia
"Pearl Harbour"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 09, 2019 NEW
We had such a great experience touring Pearl Harbour with Denis, his knowledge was second to none and made it a fun and engaging tour. Definitely worth seeing and paying your respects to such an emotional place.
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lynnet68
Geelong, Australia
"Excellent company & guide"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 03, 2019 NEW
Our first impression was that this was a high end tour company. The tour bus was really new and comfortable, and we had a small group of around 20 people. We have never had a tour guide like Charlie before. He was super friendly and knowledgeable, and he treated everyone like a long lost friend. He also gave out bottled water, cloths to clean our hands before lunch and a little souvenir. The tours to see the Missouri and Arizona were informative and moving. But the overall experience was enhanced by Charlie and the comfort of the tour bus. We would definitely look for tours run by this company again
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Tammy C
Regina
"5 Star Circle Island Tour with Pearl Harbour"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 02, 2019 NEW
For our 25th wedding anniversary we took a trip to Hawaii. Our friends who had taken a tour with Hoku Tours recommended we try it and ask for their tour guide cousin Kev. I am so glad we did. Cousin Kev adds character, knowledge, humour and passion to this tour, and I can't imagine having experienced this tour with anyone else. This is a long tour, be prepared,and I wouldn't recommend it for anyone under the age of 10. We are still catching our breath! There isn't a lot of time at each stop, and their can't be to fit in all the interest points, to see the highlights. Pearl Harbour, you have about 90 minutes, and your beating the crowd. Cousin Kev, details with you where you want to be and where to go and where to meet. He is very good at keeping everyone together and on time. Dole Pineapple Tour- you are on the train that takes you through the plantation, it was interesting. There is a cute shop there, you won't have a lot of time. I'd suggest if you have a partner that one of you stand in line for the Dole Whip ice cream while the other shops. There are many on off stops along the way, with beautiful scenic views. It really is breath taking taking it all in, all the while being entertained by Cousin Kev. The van is comfortable, great air conditioning & USB ports. Cousin Kev treated us to Poi Donuts, apple bananas, cold water, beautiful flower crowns (he even serenaded us and another couple celebrating their anniversary) We felt like family by the end of our tour. Mahalo Cuz
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tobysmom64
Arizona
"Hawai's history lesson on return trip"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed October 26, 2019 NEW
My husband and I were moved by our experience at Pearl Harbor, reliving the sacrifices of these innocent young men, the errors that prevented the saving of more lives, and meeting with Mr. Sterling Cale, a true survivor of the bombing. Seeing the USS Missouri where the treaty to end WW II was signed was memorable. Our tour guide who was an actor in NYC, etc. was knowledgeable and entertaining. However, on the return trip to our hotel, he gave the "history" of the injustice given from the American government and businessmen that caused Hawaii to lose its sovereignty. He said "Don't blame the messenger" on what he was saying, but we from the mainland were meant to feel guilty about what happened. Our memorable experiences of the morning tours turned to "We are trapped on this bus being bombarded by the vitriol of the injustice the Hocu tour company felt towards what happened to their islands." I would not recommend this tour company if their tour guides are required to give this "history lesson" to those of you who, as Americans, respectfully want to see these memorials and honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Call To Duty Tour

Is hotel transportation available?
Yes. Please call the phone number listed on your e-Ticket to arrange hotel pick-up and drop-off for your tour.

Can I bring my camera?

Absolutely.

Can I bring a bag on the tour?

Yes. However, since Pearl Harbor is an active military base, a "no bag" policy exists on location, prohibiting purses, handbags, fanny packs, backpacks, camera bags, diaper bags, luggage and/or other items that offer concealment. Bags can be stored in a secure storage facility for a $3.00 fee. The facility is located outside the front entrance near the Pearl Harbor Shuttle Stop. Bags may not be stored on the mini-coach.