Pearl Harbor + Oahu Circle Island Tour

Your outing to Hawaii has at last shown up! You are most likely prepared to take a load off to Pearl Harbor Tours, appreciate a tropical beverage, and take in the destinations. Only one hold up, what would it be a good idea for you to do first?

Join the top goals and attractions on Oahu into one exciting day of touring, history; consistently changing scenes and the absolute best that Oahu brings to the table!

Your one-day visit starts with a stop at Pearl Harbor, featured by the USS Arizona Memorial and the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Get familiar with the historical backdrop of Pearl Harbor from your master visit guide and take in the serene harbor that was deplorably assaulted on December 7, 1941.

Circle the island with your guide, taking in the excellence of Oahu all through your visit. Travel from the ideal sea shores of Oahu’s North Shore to the rich rainforests of the Ko’olau Mountains, and visit the rough South Shore of the island. The different view is simply part of what makes Oahu so unique, and you will see everything!

Your Circle Island Tour with Pearl Harbor is the ideal method to become acquainted with Oahu. Go along with us on this thrilling touring journey today!

Be certain you hold your seats on our grand scaled down mentor visit transport early, on the grounds that this visit will sell out and this is something you would prefer not to miss. See you on the visit!

Visit the island of Oahu and visit the best sites on the whole island. Start with Pearl Harbor, and see the entire island.

Tour Highlights

Pearl Harbor Visitor Center
World War II Historic Narration
Hanauma Bay Lookout (Closed Tuesdays)
Rabbit Island from Makapu’u Lookout
USS Arizona Memorial
Kahala Estates Homes & Mansions
*No host lunch stop (meal not included)
Dole Pineapple Pavilion
Oahu’s Famous North Shore Beaches
Legendary Oahu Surf Spots
Waimea Bay & Sunset Beach
Historic Nu’uanu Pali Lookout
South Shore Oahu‘s Rocky Shoreline
Halona Blowhole Lookout
Visit Oahu’s Pacific Historic Park
World War II Museums

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