from Oahu Grand Circle Island Tour
Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned vacationer, this is the perfect way to experience Oahu’s most scenic sights. From Diamond Head Crater along the southern coast to the famous surfing beaches of the North Shore, you’ll take in a landscape that includes lush mountains and sparkling, turquoise waters. You’ll also learn about the unique culture and history of Oahu through tour narration and along the way you’ll stop at some fascinating locales.
At an altitude of 1,186 feet, the Nuuanu Pali Lookout offers unparalleled views of Oahu’s northeastern coast. On a clear day, you might see Diamond Head Crater and Chinaman’s Hat off in the distance. You’ll also have the opportunity to view these natural landmarks from a closer vantage point along with the Halona “Blow Hole” and other breathtaking scenery along your journey.
Experience Kualoa Ranch, one of the most sacred places on the island of Oahu, for a tram tour that journeys from the foothills of the Ranch to the base of the majestic Kualoa Mountains. This tour features an informative video, friendly guides, and terrific photo opportunities.
You’ll see a rural side of Oahu when visiting pineapple fields on the north shore and the Waikane Tropical farm on Oahu’s scenic windward side. You’ll be transported to another time and place at the Byodo-In Temple, a replica of a 10th-century temple in Uji, Japan. In contrast, Laie Hawaii Temple, on Oahu’s northeast coast, offers a 20th-century twist on the ancient temples of South America.
*Deluxe - includes lunch
• Ala Moana Hotel (Mahukona Street Curb Side) - 7:00 am
• Aqua Ilikai Hotel & Suites (Ala Moana Blvd Flag Pole) - 7:05 am
• Waikiki Gateway Hotel (Olohana Street Entrance) - 7:15 am
• Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort (Front Curb Entrance) - 7:20 am
• Sheraton Waikiki (Aloha Landing Bus Depot) - 7:20 am
• Seaside Avenue (Front of Ross Dress for Less) - 7:30 am
• Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa (Koa Ave Entrance) - 7:35 am
• Pacific Beach Hotel (Aloha Center Cafe) - 7:40 am
• The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel (Curb Side on Kalakaua) - 7:40 am
• Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel (Paoakalani Ave next to Trolley Stop) - 7:45 am
• Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa (Paoakalani Avenue) - 7:50 am
• Return to hotels - 4:00 pm
NOTE: Moderate walking involved. Wear walking shoes and dress comfortably. Hanauma Bay is closed on Tuesdays.
Recent heavy rainfalls have caused landslides on Oahu requiring road closures on the Pali Highway. Please be advised the Nu’uanu Pali Lookout
will not be accessible, until further notice, due to the landslides.