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Regan E.
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Report | 7 months ago
The tour guide was very nice, and informative. He had a bad knee, and we had to sit for quite awhile....which seems an odd ailment for someone who is leading a "walking tour". Anyway...I would encourage people to go, as he has a plethora of info about kings, queens, and lots of interesting trivia about Honolulu. Thankyou!!
Eva C.
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Report | 8 months ago
This tour was very informative. Our guide had extensive knowledge of Hawaii's history. We were very impressed with the amount of things we learned sbout Hawaii on this tour.
Margo J.
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Report | 9 months ago
Get ready for a great history lesson.
kelly w.
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Report | 10 months ago
Richard is a wealth of knowledge'
Phil B.
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Report | a year ago
Restroom options are limited downtown so don't drink too much coffee before the tour.
Kathleen M.
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Report | 2 years ago
Tour guide very knowledgeable. Lots of interesting information provided during the tour.
Miriam F.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great walking tour, we learned a lot about the beautiful buildings in downtown Honolulu!
pam a.
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Report | 2 years ago
It was Interesting. I think it would have been a little better if we had done a little more walking around.
dwayne s.
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Report | 2 years ago
The Ohana Walking Tour was good- but we did not do much walking- only across the street! But the tour guide was extremely knowledgeable, with great personal stories. It gave the Hawaiian perspective of their culture and history. It was very interesting. Would highly recommend this tour, as it depicts true Hawaii and not the commercialism like other tours.
Carol E.
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Report | 2 years ago
IT was a bit frustrating that we only saw the exterior of important buildings. But the guide did mention some interesting historical facts about the area and the buildings seen.
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Enchanted by a walking tour of Manhattan he took in 2007, the Honolulu Star Bulletin reports, Casey Hewes decided that his hometown of Honolulu deserved a similar guided trek focused on its rich history and culture. After recruiting former police officer and fellow lifelong history buff Richard Wong, Hewes opened Ohana Walking Tours one year later. Richard meets patrons beneath the Aliiolani Hale archway—situated right behind the King Kamehameha statue—and leads a two-hour jaunt past such attractions and landmarks as the Iolani Palace and the mayor's office. Guests also visit numerous Hawaiian firsts, including the state's first church, police station, and pizzeria, which was formed by a cooling volcano full of ham and pineapple. Throughout the tour, Richard connects rich anecdotes about Honolulu's past with their relevance to contemporary issues affecting the city today.

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