Sightseeing in Mililani Town


$69for a Two-Hour Sunset Cruise from The Hawaiian Adventure Company ($125Value)

The Hawaiian Adventure Company

The Hawaiian Adventure Company

Clients view the Waikiki skyline and impressive Diamond Head volcano as the sun sets while aboard a modern cruise ship

$125 $69

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Waikiki Shoreline Helicopter Tour for One or Two from Novictor Aviation (52% Off)

Novictor Aviation

Novictor Aviation

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

$205 $99

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Visits to Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Historic Ford Island

One of TripAdvisor’s top 10 aviation attractions in the US, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor boasts 45+ vintage and modern aircraft

$25 $12

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Catamaran TradeWind Sailing Trip for Two, Four, or Six from Maita`i Catamaran (Up to 51% Off)

Maita`i Catamaran

Beach at Sheraton Waikiki Hotel

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

$68 $34

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Hiking Tour for Two or Four, or Day Trip for Up to Four from Hiking Hawaii Cafe (Up to 60% Off)

Hiking Hawaii Cafe

Waikiki

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

$110 $49

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90-Minute Pirate-Ship Cruise and Photos for One, Two, or Four from Hawaii Pirate Ship Adventures (Up to 60% Off)

Hawaii Pirate Ship Adventures

Kewalo Basin Harbor

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

$55 $29

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Tropical Fish Warehouse Tour for Two or Four Adults, or One Family at Aloha Fish Tours (Up to 65% Off)

Aloha Fish Tours

Aloha Fish Tours

Learn about natural coral reefs, see tropical fish up close, and get a glimpse into how tropical fish warehouses protect wildlife

$50 $23

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WWII Red Light District Walking Tour for Two or Four People (57% Off)

Honolulu Exposed

Honolulu Exposed Tours

Tour-goers explore Chinatown’s scandalous WWII-era history during 90-minute walking tours led by experienced guides

$100 $43

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Guided Kayak Tour with Snorkeling and Lunch or Kayak Rental for One or Two from Twogood Kayaks (Up to 40% Off)

Twogood Kayaks

Twogood Kayaks

Naturalists lead kayakers to offshore islets to view wildlife, hike to coves, and snorkel amid tropical fish; or, full-day kayak rentals

$149 $89

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  • West Oahu SUP
    West Oahu SUP's staff of professional surfers and lifeguards rent out equipment, lead tours, and conduct lessons on a secluded beach flanked by mountains on both sides. Their passion for the region’s natural splendor defines their tours. The guides can pinpoint the best times of day to spot sea turtles or take advantage of the calmest breezes; lead groups to their favorite lava formations for midday dives; and remember the satisfaction of discovering the sea by paddleboard and kayak for the very first time.
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    84-1170 Farrington Hwy
    Waianae, HI US
  • Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
    The servicemen of Pearl Harbor's naval base were taking some much-needed R&R between early-morning repairs inside Hangar 37 when suddenly they heard a buzzing overhead. With the humming of their own planes and battleships periodically filling the air, this rapidly approaching sound wasn't foreign to their ears, but this instance proved to be drastically different. Thunderous explosions soon overtook Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona struggled to stay afloat as the Imperial Japanese Navy delivered a surprise military strike, which resulted in one of the most devastating attacks on American soil. With a mission to preserve the history of this tragic event, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor opened that very same hangar to the public, hundreds of feet from where ships burned and men courageously fought more than 70 years ago. Hangar 37's 42,000-square-foot space currently houses many of the museum's artifacts, which include a World War II?era B-25B bomber, Japanese Zero, and naval planes such as the SBD Dauntless. Also open to the public, Hangar 79 displays the actual bullet holes that pierced its windows during the attack, while an authentic WWII maintenance shop contains an exhibit that explains how planes ran on Lucky Strike cigarette materials. Visitors can experience the museum's ever-evolving collection of exhibits??which has included segments dedicated to the Korean War's MiG Alley and the Flying Tigers??through guided tours in both hangars and submerse themselves in the virtual world of the museum's combat flight simulator.
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    319 Lexington Boulevard
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Dolphins and You
    Since 1989, Dolphins and You has worked to foster interspecies understanding in the open seas. The staff members all carry a deep respect and reverence for dolphins, which they impart on visitors who witness these intelligence creatures firsthand on the popular dolphin swim tour. Tours include everything from a traditional Hawaiian ceremony and song to swimming with sea turtles and learning the hula.
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    307 Lewers St.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Island Treasures At The Marina
    Island Treasures works to bedeck bare walls, shelves, and laser-guarded pedestals around the area with original artwork from about 125 local artisans. Add an air of culture to a home by hanging a few 4”x6” paintings ($20) from a ceiling fan, or add some prismatic pizazz to the den, bedroom, or teleportation chamber with a matted print from one of dozens of artists ($10–$25). Store explorers will also find toys, books, one-of-a-kind knick-knacks, and fashionable accessories. Beaded bracelets and necklaces ($8–$20) from the Island Treasures jewelry chest improve wardrobes, and scented sachets ($8 each) freshen any area with the smell of flowers. Guests can use aloha-print napkins to sop up spilled sauce at a luau ($16) or decorate a coffee table with a 48-inch Hawaiian-print table runner ($24). Like a mad scientist building a hot-rod Frankenstein’s monster, the store adds new items on a weekly basis.
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    7192 Kalanianaole Hwy
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Contemporary Museum
    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.
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    2411 Makiki Heights Drive
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Iolani Palace
    The story of the Ionali Palace is rich in drama and makes many historical novels look tame. After the original palace was razed because of severe termite damage, the second Ionali Palace that stands today was completed in 1882. Only King Kalākaua and Queen Lili’uokalani governed from the palace. The monarchy was overthrown in 1893 and by 1898 the U.S. flag flew over the palace. The only royal palace now part of the United States, it has been painstakingly restored and is located in downtown Honolulu. The palace is open Monday – Saturday (closed Sunday). There are two tour options – a docent-led tour and a guided audio tour which are 60 – 90 in length. Reservations are required and ticket purchase must be made at the Iolani Barracks.
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    364 S King St
    Honolulu, HI US
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