What To Expect
This popular fully-narrated Circle Island tour takes you on a scenic 120 mile trip around the beautiful island of Oahu. Your journey continues with a visit to Amelia Earhart Lookout where you will enjoy panoramic views of the picturesque Diamond Head.
You will see some of Oahu's most prestigious homes in the Kahala area. Marvel at the view from the lookout over Hanauma Bay, a Hawaiian Marine Preserve (closed during Tuesdays) then continue along the coastline to the famed Halona Blowhole, Sandy Beach and Makapu'u Point.
Capture a photo of one of Oahu's most scenic vistas over Windward O'ahu at Nu'uanu Pali Lookout. Visit Byodo-In Temple set amidst a picturesque mountain backdrop (admission included).
You will be going on a Kualoa Ranch Legends and Legacy tour including a scenic drive into the Ko'olau mountains to a spectacular lookout overlooking Chinaman's Hat and Kaneohe Bay. A narrated tour of the history and legends of the ranch that will give you a most fascinating and memorable experience.
See the world famous North Shore surfing beaches of Sunset, Banzai Pipeline and Waimea Bay. Visit the Dole Plantation villages and discover the history of Hawaii's pineapple industry. Stroll through the Plantation Gardens with many varieties of pineapple from around the world.
And finally, shop at the Country Store for that unique gift of "aloha."
Amelia Earhart Lookout on the slopes of Diamond Head
Drive through Kahala District
Hanauma Bay (closed during Tuesdays)
Sandy Beach and Makapu'u Point
Nu'uanu Pali Lookout
Byodo-In Temple (admission included)
Kualoa Ranch Legends and Legacy tour
View Chinaman's Hat, Kahana Bay and North Shore beaches at Sunset and Waimea Bay
Hotel pick-up and drop-off (View list and schedule)*
Kualoa Tram Ride and DOLE Gardens Admission
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
No-host lunch at Kualoa Ranch. Lunch stop subject to change.
Kualoa Ranch is closed on New Year's Day. Lunch will be at the Crouching Lion Inn and customers will go on the Pineapple Express Train Ride at Dole Plantation.
Due to construction on a new tower at Hilton Hawaiian Village, the Tapa Tower Bus Depot will be closed effective Wednesday, April 16, 2014 until 2017 when the new tower is completed. Pick-up and drop-off will be at the Tapa Tower on Rainbow Drive.
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