1-Day East Oahu Shoreline Tour

  • Tour code: 536-669
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Honolulu, HI
From USD$48.17

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Take an afternoon getaway that will sweep you along the stunningly rugged eastern coast of O’ahu and up to the windswept cliffs of the Nu’uanu Pali. Your tour guide will show you all the best this beautiful corner of the island has to offer-and personalize the experience with stories and history along the way.

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Adult:$48.17
Child:$37.70
Infant:Free
  • Child price applies to children 3-11 years old

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Honolulu-Oahu-Honolulu(32 miles)
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Day 1 Honolulu-Oahu-Honolulu(32 miles)

This 60-mile tour of southeastern Oahu, HI stops at some of the most scenic attractions in the Honolulu area.

Guests will be picked up in the early afternoon. Our first stop of the day will be the amazing Diamond Head, a spectacular volcanic crater unlike anything else on the island. We will see Hanauma Bay and the famous Halona Blowhole that sends water jetting into the air.

Before returning to Honolulu, we will make a stop atop the Nu'uanu Pali Lookout, one of the best viewpoints on the island. At the end of the day, guests will be dropped off in the same locations at which they were picked up. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

Oahu is the most popular of the Hawaiian Islands. It is the location of Honolulu, Hawaii's capital, as well as much-loved tourist spots like Pearl Harbor and Waikiki. The Polynesian Cultural Center is on this island as well.

  • Always Visit
    Rising over Honolulu, Diamond Head is a dormant volcano with an interior crater. The Diamond Head crater is one of the world's best examples of this geological formation. The crater's interior is now a national park.
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    The Halona Blowhole on the south shore of Oahu is the result of tubes created in rock thousands of years ago by volcanic eruptions. Large waves force water through the tubes, jetting it 30 feet into the air.
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    Both a bathing beach and a nature preserve, the Hanauma Bay area is one of Oahu's most popular tourist spots. While actually touching the local animals is illegal, you can still get closer to them than almost anywhere else!
    Opening Hours: Closed on Tuesdays
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    This scenic point on Koʻolau Mountain in Oahu's Nuʻuanu Valley offers spectacular panoramic views of the northeastern coastline of the island of Oahu. The area is also the location of the Nuʻuanu Freshwater Fish Refuge and Nu'uanu Reservoir.

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