Sightseeing in Hawaii


Ocean Joy Cruises: Adult or Child Ticket to a Whale/Dolphin Watching and Snorkeling Cruise from Ocean Joy Cruises (Up to 52% Off).

Adult or Child Ticket to a Whale/Dolphin Watching and Snorkeling Cruise from Ocean Joy Cruises (Up to 52% Off).

Ocean Joy Cruises

Ko Olina Resort & Marina

Cruise follows Oahu’s west coast, serving a buffet while passing dolphins, turtles, and whales before passengers snorkel in the blue waters

$144 $75

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Hawaii Shark Encounters: $86.76 for a Shark-Cage Diving Encounter for One from Hawaii Shark Encounters ($115.50 Value)

$86.76 for a Shark-Cage Diving Encounter for One from Hawaii Shark Encounters ($115.50 Value)

Hawaii Shark Encounters

Haleiwa

Three miles off the coast, tour goers climb into a protected floating cage for an up-close look at Galapagos, sandbar, and tiger sharks

$115.50 $86.76

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Dolphins and You: Dolphin Swim Tour for Adults or Children from Dolphins and You (Up to 42% Off) 

Dolphin Swim Tour for Adults or Children from Dolphins and You (Up to 42% Off) 

Dolphins and You

Waianae

Outing includes swimming with dolphins in the wild, spotting sea turtles & tropical fish, eating burgers and learning the hula

$156 $105

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Home Tours Hawai'i: $119 for Culinary Home Tour from Home Tours Hawai'i ($189 Value)

$119 for Culinary Home Tour from Home Tours Hawai'i ($189 Value)

Home Tours Hawai'i

Kailua Kona

Local guides will take guests to hidden architectural gems, away from the usual tourist destinations; each tour includes a tasty island meal

$189 $119

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

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

Novictor Aviation

Hickham

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

$205 $99

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Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor: Visits to Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor (Up to 60% Off). Four Options Available.

Visits to Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor (Up to 60% 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 $10

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

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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Aloha Fish Tours: Tropical Fish Warehouse Tour for Two or Four Adults, or One Family at Aloha Fish Tours (Up to 61% Off)

Tropical Fish Warehouse Tour for Two or Four Adults, or One Family at Aloha Fish Tours (Up to 61% Off)

Aloha Fish Tours

Honolulu

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

$50 $25

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HAWAII REAL NATURE: Up to 56% Off 8hr Hidden Coast of Oahu tour and snorkeling for Two at HAWAII REAL NATURE

Up to 56% Off 8hr Hidden Coast of Oahu tour and snorkeling for Two at HAWAII REAL NATURE

HAWAII REAL NATURE

Aloha Landing Sheraton Waikiki

From the merchant: Don’t miss out, visit the most significant side of Oahu. Explore the hidden West coastline, Ancient Sites & snorkeling.

$338 $159

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Honolulu Exposed: WWII-Era Red Light District Walking Tour for Two or Four from Honolulu Exposed (43% Off)

WWII-Era Red Light District Walking Tour for Two or Four from Honolulu Exposed (43% Off)

Honolulu Exposed

Honolulu Exposed Tours

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

$60 $34

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

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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  • 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
  • Botanical World
    Hawaii’s lush beauty is too abundant to be experienced solely on foot, which is why Botanical World offers up-close-and-personal views of the Big Island's meticulously kept botanical gardens with services including ziplines and Segway tours. Segway riders speed past swaths of exotic plants, trees, and scenic waterfalls as they explore the garden's meandering pathways during self-guided or guide-guided tours. Elevated zipline trips, meanwhile, send guests soaring over the Hanapueo Streams falls, showing off trees’ receding hairlines as well as stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and the nearby Mauna Kea volcano. Elsewhere in the garden, guests can explore the arboretum, which houses a sampling of Hawaii's vast array of trees, whereas the paved quarter-mile Rainbow Walk contains a cactus garden, perennial plants, and a wall of orchids. Adventurous young ones can attempt to navigate the world's second-largest permanently-planted maze, covering a space as large as a football field.
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    31-240 Old Mamalahoa Highway
    Hakalau, HI US
  • Windward Watersports
    Windward Watersports On the windward side of Oahu, the majestic Mokulau Islands embellish the sun-drenched horizon that faces Kailua, a beach town nestled directly below the Koolau Mountains. Here the aptly named Windward Watersports makes its home, under the direction of Jeff Tobias, a professional kitesurfer who helped to pioneer the sport locally. He and his staff leave the region's fragile ecosystem undisturbed as they lead passengers in exploring it via kayak, kiteboard, standup paddleboard, or surfboard. Patrons can rent the vessels for self-guided adventures into a bay teeming with as many sea turtles as a marine biologist's bathtub, or follow guides on kayak tours to surrounding points of natural splendor such as the "Mokes," only 45 minutes away. Strategically located, Windward Sports takes advantage of year-round trade winds and a temperature perpetually hovering around 80 degrees. Kailua serves as the ideal spot for kitesurfing, standup paddleboarding, and surfing lessons. Jeff and his sporty employees craft lessons that cater to all abilities and focus on safe, fun recreation atop frothy crests.
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    33 Hoolai St.
    Kailua, HI US
  • Active Oahu Tours
    On Oahu, it may be hard to know where to begin. With a endless variety of activities, from hiking picturesque trails to kayaking along the shore, Active Oahu Tours helps explorers hone in on fun activities—and safely guides them through all adventures. With the added advantage of knowing little-known spots, guides usher tour-goers to less-congested kayaking areas, tropical hikes, and rivers. Other activities such as snorkeling and destination yoga are also available, encouraging visitors and natives alike to actively explore the lush island.
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    49-479 Kamehameha Hwy.
    Kahaluu, HI US
  • Haunted Stadium
    Each fall, a team from United Pacific Builders transforms the tunnels and hospitality room beneath Aloha Stadium into a maze of halls and rooms where ghastly creatures await fresh souls to spook. On top of providing Halloween chills, the team behind the event supports the community by donating a portion of the proceeds to the Hawaii Meth Project.
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    PO box 894582
    Mililani, Hawaii US
  • Maui Hawaiian Village
    The name Maui conjures up images of people lounging on sun-soaked beaches, surfing monster waves, and snorkeling through pristine blue waters. But the island is also full of many secluded spots that have been untouched by the modern world. Maui Hawaiian Village lets visitors step back in time and discover one such pristine, remote location and get a glimpse into native Hawaiian life. It takes a drive and a short hike to reach the village itself, where an active restoration of a historical valley is in progress. Surrounded by a lush forest, majestic mountains, ancient rock walls, waterways, and Hawaiian agriculture, visitors learn about the island's culture and participate in hands-on activities. These activities allow visitors to personally experience the Hawaiian lifestyle and introduce them to plants native Hawaiians have used for food, shelter, and clothing. Groups can even sample small bites of freshly picked food from the land while reflecting on how Hawaiians have thrived for generations on nature's bounty.
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    Kahului Park and Ride Kuihelani Hwy.
    Kahului, HI US

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