Sightseeing in Kapalama

Up to 60% Off Pirate-Ship Cruise and Photos

Hawaii Pirate Ship Adventures

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$55 $29

Explore Waikiki aboard an 83-ft. galleon complete with water cannons, a pirate crew, and music

Up to 60% Off Hiking Tour from Hiking Hawaii Cafe

Hiking Hawaii Cafe

Waikiki

$110 $49

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Treks take guests on hikes to Makapu’u Lighthouse or Kuliouou Ridge; day trip features scenic hiking and driving around the North Shore

52% Off Waikiki Shoreline Helicopter Tours

Novictor Aviation

Honolulu International Airport

$205 $99

On the 15-minute tour, passengers soar over Waikiki's iconic beaches, Diamond Head, and Punchbowl Crater

Up to 51% Off Sailing Trips from Maita`i Catamaran

Maita'i Catamaran

Beach at Sheraton Waikiki Hotel

$56 $28

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A 90-minute sailing trip on a twin-hulled catamaran complete with a sound system, a full cash bar, and restroom facilities

Up to 51% Off Aviation-Museum Visits or Membership

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Aiea

$50 $25

One of TripAdvisor's top 10 aviation attractions in the U.S., Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor boasts 45+ vintage and modern aircraft

Up to 50% Off Plane Tour of Oahu

Barbers Point Flight School

Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale

$300 $149

Cessna airplanes guide groups over cityscapes, ocean waters, and coastlines across Oahu

50% Off a Snorkeling Tour

North Shore Catamaran Charters

Haleiwa

$60 $30

While sailing along Oahu’s North Shore, passengers take in sights of sea turtles and dolphins and then snorkel in crystal-clear waters

Up to 55% Off Flight Experiences from Acroflight International

Acroflight International

Dillingham Airfield

$220 $99

Certified pilots and passengers cruise over Waimea Falls or pull acrobatic maneuvers above beaches and lush landscapes

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Established: 2011
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Staff Size: 11–25 people
Average Duration of Services: 30 Minutes or Less
Pro Tip: Happy driver [in a] new van

1325 Aala Street #205
Honolulu,
HI
US

Horrors leap from every corner of Nightmares Live's lengthy labyrinth, where courageous scare-seekers walk darkened halls rife costumed ghouls and special effects. Live actors dressed in scream-inducing threads stalk and haunt terror hunters making their way through a dark and foggy atmosphere illuminated by strobe lights with the creepy brilliance of a jack-o-lantern valedictorian. Spooky props accompany audio effects designed to make eardrums shudder, and special effects abound at the indoor haunted house, which changes each year like the socks of a sloth.

801 Dillingham Boulevard
Honolulu,
HI
US

WWII was a scandalous time for the Red Light District of Honolulu's infamous Chinatown. Though the area is now best known for its strong drinks, those tumultuous years turned the district into a destination for "boogie houses" and practitioners of the world's oldest profession. The guides at Honolulu Exposed lead 75-minute walking tours that explore the debauchery of that era. Groups depart from the historic Hawaii Theatre, then weave through the neighborhood's surrounding streets. Guides spin a rich narrative of the district's past, and attendees should be warned: they may hear occasional profanity, but that's par for the course considering the subject matter.

1255 Nuuanu Avenue
Honolulu,
HI
US

Taking its name from the Hawaiian word for "adopt", Hanai Tours helps visitors become better acquainted with the people, food, and culture of Honolulu. Over the past 10 years, founder [Ed Korybski] http://www.hanaitours.com/about.html) has promoted Honolulu's Chinatown by producing street festivals, setting up commemorative plaques, and rehabilitating the facades of historical buildings. Today, he and his guides lead curious tourists through the beloved neighborhood, taking them through pub crawls and restaurant samplings that allow them to taste some of the local specialties and ethnic dishes. A dessert tour, for example, might include a stop at Mauankea Marketplace and a taste of homemade mango ice cream or Chinese candies, while a tour of Pau Hana—once known as Chinatown's red light district—might focus on area nightlife destinations and samples of wine and sake. Regardless of the food served, each tour also includes interesting historical facts and stories enhanced by digital photographs and video.

1159 Nuuanu Ave
Honolulu,
HI
US

Named a great place for a first date by Honolulu Weekly, The Contemporary Museum provides lover-candidates with plenty of conversational topics as they wander an assortment of accessible, provocative art. Education programs and exhibitions, such as the Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists exhibition, give freshly hatched masterpieces a chance to rub frames with the permanent collection of classics by Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, and more. The museum's emphasis on works created in Hawaii also makes it easy to meet the archipelago’s homegrown talent, who are often on-hand to answer puzzled stares and challenge you to aesthetically pleasing arm-wrestles.

2411 Makiki Heights Dr
Honolulu,
HI
US

Epic Hawaii's tour guides leave no corner of Oahu unexplored. With Hawaii's rich culture, history, and ecology dictating their paths, they take visitors on snorkeling adventures off the North Shore. Tour-goers hike through majestic waterfalls and rain forests, and they kayak from Kailua Beach to Moku Nui Island, where seabirds thrive.

968 Spencer St
Honolulu,
HI
US