Honolulu, Hawaii

Home to nearly half a million people, Honolulu is Hawaii's state capital and only major city. The city of Honolulu and the island of Oahu offer a wealth of historic, cultural and scenic attractions. Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head are two of the city's enduring symbols. Pearl Harbor, site of the USS Arizona Memorial and the "Punchbowl," are haunting reminders of the tragic events of December 7, 1941, when the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor forced America into World War II. Honolulu is also home to the historic Iolani Palace, the official residence of Hawaii's last royals. Beyond the city lie tropical rain forests, the Pali Lookout and the North Shore known for its surfing beaches.

A draw card to visitors of all ages, from all corners of the globe, Honolulu's appeal ranges from it's magnificent beaches, countless well-stocked shops, tempting restaurants and a multitude of historic, cultural and scenic attractions.

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Points of Interest

  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Polynesian Cultural Center
  • Pali Lookout
  • Diamond Head Crater
  • Iolani Palace
  • Battleship Missouri Memorial
  • Hanauma Bay
  • Waimea Bay and North Shore
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  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial

    A top tourist destination in Hawaii, this historic harbor features a memorial to the sunken USS Arizona and the 1,177crewmen who lost their lives during the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941.

  • Polynesian Cultural Center

    Located on Oahu's North Shore this entertaining and educational center offers activities such as games crafts, music and dining, that will immerse you in Polynesian culture, arts and customs.

  • Pali Lookout

    A perennial favorite stop among visitors to Oahu, this breathtaking lookout features strong winds, 985-foot cliffs and panoramic views of the windward side of the island.

  • Diamond Head Crater

    Located on the Southeast coast of Oahu, this world-famous volcanic crater was given its name by British sailors in the 1800s who mistook the glittering calcite crystals in the lava rocks for diamonds.

  • Iolani Palace

    Immerse yourself in Hawaii's royal heritage at this beautifully-restored palace built in 1882 by King Kalākaua, remembered as "the Merrie Monarch" because of his art patronage and penchant for socializing and entertaining.

  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

    The last active service battleship in the world, the "Mighty Mo" saw combat in World War II, the Korean War and the Gulf War and now serves as a museum and memorial.

  • Hanauma Bay

    This curved bay formed from a volcano crater features a pristine white beach, hiking trails with breathtaking lookouts and a stunning coral reef that is home to a rich diversity of marine life.

  • Waimea Bay and North Shore

    While it features calm waters in the summer, during winter months this bay offers up some of the largest and spectacular surf in the world, thus making it a popular site for surfing contests.

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Scenic Drive of Pali Coast

3.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-290
  • Diamond Head Crater
  • Pali Lookout
  • Hanauma Bay

Take a visually captivating half-day guided tour of Oahu via air-conditioned motorcoach to some of the island's most famous areas. Travel through the heart of the resort district at Waikiki Beach with stunning views of Diamond Head. Enjoy a stop at the breathtaking Hanauma Bay, a marine preserve. Marvel at the blowhole where waves crash into the rocks causing a dramatic water spout to blow up through a hole worn between the rocks. Journey to Waimanalo Beach featuring a pristine shoreline that slopes gently into the ocean. Travel a narrow road to the Pali Lookout with awe-inspiring vistas of the island where King Kamehameha I forced thousands of his opponents to jump to their deaths. Following your tour, return to your Princess ship in the glistening waters of the harbor.

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Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, Punchbowl & City Tour

6 hours | Honolulu | HNL-130
  • Iolani Palace
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Pali Lookout

Spend the day getting an intimate look at Honolulu's history beginning with a visit to the Road to War and Attack Exhibits inside the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Each exhibit chronicles the dramatic events leading up to, during and after World War II. Behold the powerful multimedia re-enactments, intricately designed replicas of warcraft and more. After a self-guided stroll through the grounds, you'll rejoin your coach for a tour of Hawaii's capital city. During your tour you'll travel past the Chinatown district, which dates back to 1789; the 135-year-old Iolani Palace, the only royal residence in the US and a National Historic Landmark; the impressive Kawaiahao Church; and the unique State Capitol Building. Your day ends with a drive through the Punchbowl National Cemetery, the final resting place of over 35,000 who gave their lives in service of their country. Finally, you'll return to your ship.

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Oahu's Scenic Shores

4 hours | Honolulu | HNL-205
  • Pali Lookout
  • Diamond Head Crater
  • Hanauma Bay

Trace Oahu's volcanic origins on this half-day driving tour via air-conditioned vehicle with stops at the world famous Diamond Head, a massive extinct volcano, and the Pali Lookout. Travel past Kahala to breathtaking Hanauma Bay, a curved bay and marine preserve formed when the side of a crater collapsed thousands of years ago. Continue past the Halona Point and the famous blowhole where waves surging through a submerged lava tube erupt in a spectacular geyser of sea water! Take in the dramatic panorama as you pass Makapu'u Point arising 647 feet above the ocean. Savor breathtaking island views at the Pali Lookout, site of a bloody battle in 1795 in which King Kamehameha I forced hundreds of his opponents to jump to their deaths from the cliffs there. A brief stop for a refreshment and some shopping included.

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Waikiki Beach Break

4.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-990

Put on your swimsuit, bring your sunglasses and towel and meet your beach transport at the pier. Waikiki Beach Break is only a short ride away and with three full hours on VIP sands, you'll have ample time to laze in the sun, cool off in the sea and learn to surf where it all began. There's a convenient rental kiosk offering all sorts of equipment at a 10% discount to Waikiki Beach Break participants. Don't miss the opportunity to partake in surf lessons, stand up paddlng lessons or another sport that's uniquely Hawaiian - surfing a wave on an outrigger canoe. The legendary "Pink Palace of the Pacific," The Royal Hawaiian Hotel as well as iconic Diamond Head Crater are the backdrops for your beach break adventure. So, relax with your complimentary shared umbrella and chaise lounge for blissful beach time.

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Bishop Museum - All Access Pass

4 hours | Honolulu | HNL-310

Bring the family for a fun-filled adventure to Bishop Museum. Hawaii's largest museum dedicated to studying the preserving the history of Hawaii and the Pacific dates back to 1902. Named for the late Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the Bishop Museum features the most comprehensive collection of royal Hawaiian family heirlooms, documents and photographs. Step inside and discover why it's one of Hawaii's most popular destinations. Hawaiian Hall immerses you in Native Hawaiian culture and history by showcasing a variety of important artifacts. In the Planetarium, kids can learn how voyagers navigated the Pacific using the stars. In the Science Adventure Center, children can see Hawaii's unique natural environment through a variety of interactive exhibits. Valuable items such as the royal cape worn by King Kamehameha, made out of royal feathers, along with the skeleton of a 55-foot sperm whale, are just some of the special exhibits you'll be treated to.

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Tropical Rainforest Nature Walk

4 hours | Honolulu | HNL-420

The lush tropical beauty of Oahu is on full display when your four-hour adventure takes you deep within the rainforest to the stunning Valley of the Rainbows and the Lyon Arboretum, one of the world's premier botanic gardens. Please wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes for this eco-adventure that explores the 200-acre wonderland on a guided walk through 5,000 species of plants, including the largest collection of palm tree varieties on Earth and many rare and endangered native Hawaiian plants. A special area is devoted to botanicals used by the ancient Polynesians. Continue on with a picturesque drive to below the Pu'u Pia trail, where you'll stop to photograph historic Victorian mansions and the verdant hills and fertile grounds that have nurtured Hawaiian taro farms, coffee plantations and Japanese rice paddies. Keep your camera out for a concluding stop at Pu'u 'Ualaka'a, located 1,048 feet above the sparkling Pacific and affording a 180-degree panoramic view of Oahu's scenic southeastern coastline. Return to port with memories of this beautiful day.

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Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City Tour

5.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-102
  • Iolani Palace
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Pali Lookout

Relive an extraordinary moment in history with a visit to Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial followed by a panoramic Honolulu city tour on this fascinating, 5.5-hour tour. Begin with a motorcoach drive to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where you'll be oriented to the events of the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack through visual displays and a film. Then, board a U.S. Navy launch for the short ride to the Arizona Memorial, built across the width of the sunken USS Arizona, one of the 19 ships bombed that historic December morning. Next, commence a highlight drive of Honolulu, which includes the views from Pali Lookout and see the Iolani Palace and Punchbowl National Cemetery. At the conclusion of this memorable day, return to the pier.

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Pearl Harbor History & Honolulu Highlights (Wheelchair Accessible)

5.25 hours | Honolulu | HNL-101
  • Iolani Palace
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Pali Lookout

Enjoy a fascinating half-day guided tour of the highlights of Oahu via air-conditioned motorcoach to the historic Pearl Harbor. Tour the Visitors Center to watch a poignant film about the infamous bombing on December 7, 1941. Visit the USS Arizona Memorial, commemorating the 1,177 crewmen (75 were recovered, 1,102 remain entombed there) killed during the surprise attack. Marvel at the dramatic beauty of the Punchbowl National Cemetery, the final resting place of over 35,000 Americans who gave their lives in service of their country. Travel to the Pali Lookout in the rugged Ko'olau Mountains for stunning views of the island's windward side. Experience a narrated drive through Honolulu to see Aloha Stadium, Chinatown and the majestic Iolani Palace, built in 1882 for King Kalākaua. View the State Capitol Building, glimpse the Kamehameha statue and marvel at Kawaiahao stone church, the official church of Hawaiian royalty dedicated in 1842.

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Pearl Harbor History & Honolulu HIghlights

5.25 hours | Honolulu | HNL-100
  • Iolani Palace
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Pali Lookout

Enjoy a fascinating half-day guided tour of the highlights of Oahu via air-conditioned motorcoach to the historic Pearl Harbor. Tour the Visitors Center to watch a poignant film about the infamous bombing on December 7, 1941. Visit the USS Arizona Memorial, commemorating the 1,177 crewmen (75 were recovered, 1,102 remain entombed there) killed during the surprise attack. Marvel at the dramatic beauty of the Punchbowl National Cemetery, the final resting place of over 35,000 Americans who gave their lives in service of their country. Travel to the Pali Lookout in the rugged Ko'olau Mountains for stunning views of the island's windward side. Experience a narrated drive through Honolulu to see Aloha Stadium, Chinatown and the majestic Iolani Palace, built in 1882 for King Kalākaua. View the State Capitol Building, glimpse the Kamehameha statue and marvel at Kawaiahao stone church, the official church of Hawaiian royalty dedicated in 1842.

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Pearl Harbor History & Mighty Mo

5.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-105
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

Experience a moving guided tour via air conditioned motorcoach to historic Pearl Harbor. Tour the Visitor's Center to view a short film of the infamous bombing on December 7, 1941. Take a Navy launch to the USS Arizona Memorial, a floating memorial commemorating the crewmen killed during the surprise attack. Visit the USS Missouri Memorial, an 887-foot-long battleship that is a living museum. Discover the details of the kamikaze attack on the Missouri; stand in the shadows of the 16-inch guns that pummeled Inchon; and stand on the "Signature Deck" where General Douglas MacArthur stood when Japanese officials signed and presented him with the "Articles of Surrender" that ended World War II. Have your cameras at the ready to photograph the USS Bowfin, a restored WWII fleet submarine, nicknamed the "Pearl Harbor Avenger". And browse the memorial shops for gifts and souvenirs of your poignant and educational tour.

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Monarchs & Missionaries: Hawaii's Royal History

4 hours | Honolulu | HNL-305
  • Pali Lookout
  • Iolani Palace

Your four-hour excursion begins with a drive to the grand Iolani Palace. Completed in 1875, the palace is a National Historic Landmark and the only royal residence in the United States. After a tour of the State Apartments and Private Quarters, you'll travel to your next destination. En route, you'll pass the King Kamehameha Monument and the Kawaiahao Church, known as the "Westminster Abbey of the Pacific." Next, you'll make a photo stop at Mauna Ala, the final resting place of Hawaii's monarchs. Back on the road, you'll stop for Pali Lookout's breathtaking views. Then you'll tour the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and learn about the impact the missionaries had on the Hawaiian monarchy and people. At the conclusion of the tour, you'll reboard the motorcoach and return to the pier.

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Iconic Diamond Head Adventure Hike

3.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-475
  • Diamond Head Crater

Board your air-conditioned vehicle for the approximately 30-minute drive to Diamond Head during which your guide will provide you with a brief route orientation. Then set out on the walk to the summit, traveling paths, a well-lit tunnel and steep stairways to the summit of Diamond Head. En route your guide regales you with tales of Hawaiian, geological and natural history. Learn the origins of the name "Diamond Head" and hear colorful tales of Hawaiian cattle ranching days. Enjoy time at the summit to take in the sweeping views of Oahu, Waikiki and Honolulu. Your hike includes a Certificate of Achievement for your successful summit.

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Stars & Stripes - Pearl Harbor & Battleship Missouri

5.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-110
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

Revisit key historic moments from World War II - from Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor to its surrender aboard the battleship USS Missouri - on a tour that pays homage to Hawaii's central role in the events that reshaped history. At the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center, an introductory video presentation highlights the events leading up to the Pearl Harbor attack as well as actual footage filmed in 1941. Then, board a Navy shuttle for a visit to the magnificent USS Arizona Memorial, a striking 184-foot-long site that rests above the sunken battleship, a solemn reminder of the 1,177 crewmen who rest within (75 were recovered, 1,102 remain entombed there.) Continue your travels to Ford Island and climb on board the USS Missouri battleship, or "Mighty Mo." Explore beneath the deck to see what it took for this grand ship to operate her massive gun turrets, and imagine the moment when the Japanese signed the surrender documents ending the war. Reflect on your visit to Honolulu's most popular and moving attractions as you return to the pier.

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Germaine's Luau

5.75 hours | Honolulu | HNL-320

Enjoy an evening of traditional Hawaiian food, entertainment and fun as you complete your Hawaii experience with a nighttime luau. Take advantage of your long stay in Honolulu with a sensational evening of traditional Hawaiian food and entertainment at Germaine's Luau. This popular Hawaiian-style beach party awaits you at a beachfront setting just in time for a beautiful sunset.

You will be welcomed with a Hawaiian shell lei. After the torch lighting, watch the enticing ancient Imu Ceremony. The buffet-style luau dinner consists of a bounty of delicious native foods to enjoy. Kalua pig, chicken, fish and an array of side dishes and desserts are provided as well as one drink ticket for your enjoyment.

Next up is the Polynesian Show and Samoan Fire Knife Dancer and dance beneath the stars. This luau offers the true aloha spirit.

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Pearl Harbor, City Highlights & National Memorial Cemetery

5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-103
  • Iolani Palace
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial

Travel back in time while your guide takes you on a journey to December 7, 1941 on a half-day tour via air-conditioned motorcoach to the historic Pearl Harbor, site of the attack that changed the world. At the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center, enjoy time to wander through the exhibits and museums. View a 25-minute movie about the infamous bombing and board a Navy vessel for a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial, commemorating the 1,177 crewmen (75 were recovered, 1,102 remain entombed there) killed during the surprise attack. Drive through downtown Honolulu and see Iolani Palace, Washington Place, the State Capitol Building, and King Kamehameha's Statue. Then it's on to the National Cemetery of the Pacific in Punchbowl Crater, the final resting place of Americans who gave their lives in service of their country.

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Germaine's Luau (Partially Accessible)

5.75 hours | Honolulu | HNL-321

Enjoy an evening of traditional Hawaiian food, entertainment and fun as you complete your Hawaii experience with a nighttime luau.

Take advantage of your long stay in Honolulu with a sensational evening of traditional Hawaiian food and entertainment at Germaine's Luau. This popular Hawaiian-style beach party awaits you at a beachfront setting just in time for a beautiful sunset.

You will be welcomed with a Hawaiian shell lei. After the torch lighting, watch the enticing ancient Imu Ceremony. The buffet-style luau dinner consists of a bounty of delicious native foods to enjoy. Kalua pig, chicken, fish and an array of side dishes and desserts are provided as well as one drink ticket for your enjoyment.

Next up is the Polynesian Show and Samoan Fire Knife Dancer and dance beneath the stars. This luau offers the true aloha spirit.

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Pearl Harbor & USS Missouri

5.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-112
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

Travel back in time while your guide takes you on a journey to December 7, 1941 on a half-day tour to the historic Pearl Harbor, site of the attack that changed the world. At the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center, enjoy time to wander through the exhibits and museums. View a 25-minute movie about the infamous bombing and board a Navy vessel for a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial, commemorating the 1,177 crewmen (75 were recovered, 1,102 remain entombed there) killed during the surprise attack. Then visit the USS Missouri Memorial berthed on the former "battleship row" at Ford Island. The 887 foot long "Mighty Mo" battleship is a living museum that offers guests a glimpse into the past and the experience of being aboard a ship that is alive with history as well as modern technology.

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Savor the Flavor: Chocolate & Coffee Experience

7 hours | Honolulu | HNL-315
  • Waimea Bay and North Shore

Here's a tour that will satisfy all your senses. Not only can you indulge in two tropical treats - Hawaiian coffee and chocolate - but you can also enjoy an exciting island tour. From the pier you'll make your way around Oahu's scenic North Shore to the Waialua Sugar Mill. After a brief tour you can sample and purchase Hawaiian coffee before rejoining your vehicle and driving past scenic Shark's Cove and Sunset Beach en route to Kahuka Farms and Country Café for a delicious lunch. Then, you're off to Manoa Chocolate, located on Oahu's windward coast. Watch the "Chocolate Flavormeister" create smooth chocolate then sample a few tasty morsels before returning to the pier. Finally, at the end of the day you'll rejoin your ship.

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Whale Watching Lunch Cruise

4 hours | Honolulu | HNL-630

Humpback whales frolic off Hawaiian shores entertaining spectators from December through March. This enticing whale-watching excursion offers the chance to enjoy a one-of-a-kind Hawaii attraction. The Majestic's state-of-the-art Seakeeper technology provides a comfortable ride to view noted landmarks like Diamond Head and world-famous Waikiki Beach. Outdoor viewing decks on top offer 360-degree views ideal for spotting marine wildlife and large panoramic windows in the air-conditioned cabins allow wonderful whale sighting opportunities. Keep your eye on the ocean and you might see a whale "breach," propelling up to 40% of its body out of the water or watch for a whale to spout water 10 to 20 feet in the air. Relax as you learn about whale biology and behavior with your onboard naturalist. As you cruise, enjoy deli sandwich-bar buffet lunch and help yourself to the complimentary coffee, hot tea and soft drinks. Upon completion of your cruise, you'll return to your ship with lifetime memories of these incredible marine mammals.

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Explore & Taste Oahu's North Shore

6.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-125
  • Waimea Bay and North Shore

Discover Oahu's North Shore from the comfort of your air conditioned vehicle on a full-day narrated tour that includes lunch of local shrimp and shave ice. Your scenic route will take you through the emerald green rainforest and the Ko'oalu Mountains. As you make your way to Oahu's North Shore you'll have many photo stops along the way including Kahana Bay and the Huilua Fishpond, an ongoing tribute to the technological innovation of the early Hawaiians. View Sunset Beach, where the waters are crystal clear and the white sand sparkles. Nearby is Haleiwa Beach Park, where green sea turtles are occasionally seen basking on the golden sand or swimming in the waters close to shore. You'll also stop at Byodo-In Temple, erected in 1968 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first Japanese immigrants to Hawaii. During the day, you'll stop and visit Kahuku Shrimp Farm to see endangered wetland birds, including the Black-neck stilt, Hawaiian coot and Moorhen.

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Atlantis Submarine Adventure & Waikiki

5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-610
  • Diamond Head Crater

Your adventure begins with transportation from the ship to Waikiki's Hilton Hawaiian Village for a short boat ride with scenic views of Waikiki and Diamond Head. Upon arrival at the dive site, board your submarine and descend to 100 feet underwater. This eye-opening experience takes you beyond the classroom as you learn about coral, reef life and submersibles while visiting our sunken shipwrecks, airplane and artificial reefs. The friendly crew will share their love of the ocean with you. With a spacious air-conditioned interior, large view ports and comfortable seating, this one-of-a-kind submarine allows you access to Hawaii's sea life. If you haven't been to the bottom of the ocean before, this is a must do! After your submarine adventure, enjoy two hours of free time in Waikiki to explore on your own then board the return transportation to the ship.

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Polynesian Cultural Center

8.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-120
  • Waimea Bay and North Shore
  • Polynesian Cultural Center
  • Pali Lookout

Immerse yourself in Polynesian culture on this full-day excursion via air conditioned motorcoach that takes you on a 90-minute scenic drive through the breathtaking landscape of Oahu's lush windward side. En route, glimpse Queen Emma's Summer Palace, summer retreat of the wife of King Kamehameha IV. Take in stunning island vistas at the Pali Lookout. View the pineapple plantations of Wahiawa and the Dole Pineapple Pavilion. Travel the north shore, home of Oahu's famous surfing beaches. Visit the Polynesian Center, a 42-acre center dedicated to preserving the cultures and customs of old Polynesia. Indulge in a complimentary island-style buffet as you enjoy demonstrations such as Tongan drumming, fire making, coconut tree climbing and traditional dances of Fiji, Hawaii, the Marquesas, New Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga. Your scenic return drive includes a view of Chinaman's Hat Island, so named because of its unique conical shape.

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Sunset Dinner Cruise

2.75 hours | Honolulu | HNL-860
  • Diamond Head Crater

Hungry for new adventures? How about watching the sun set while indulging in wonderful food and entertainment? Then hop aboard the Majestic whose Seakeeper technology ensures a smooth, relaxing ride. Perfect for everyone in the family, this fun and exciting approximate two-hour cruise journeys past the Waikiki coastline during sunset to reveal the twinkling city lights and star-lit sky. The top deck offers 360-degree views of the stunning scenery. Enjoy a delicious island-style buffet dinner on the lower deck lined with panoramic windows (full bar and bottles of wine are available for purchase) as well as Hawaiian music and song. At the conclusion of your dinner cruise you'll return to the pier and rejoin your coach for the brief ride back to your ship.

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Private Forest Stroll & Hand-Crafted Rum Tasting

5.25 hours | Honolulu | HNL-425
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Diamond Head Crater

Discover the beauty and bounty of the Waianae Mountain Range on a guided nature trek followed by a rum tasting at Ko Hana Rum distillery on this half-day adventure. Gaze out the window during the scenic 60-minute drive to the Palehua trailhead. Your naturalist guide will explain the history of this treasured land while leading you on a hike through a private forest. Bring your camera for views of Oahu's west coast, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu and Diamond Head from 2,400 feet above the sea. Return to the motorcoach and continue to Ko Hana Rum Distillery, nestled at the base of the mountain, where Ko sugarcane is grown. First brought by the Polynesians, this artisan cane is renowned for its sweet and earthy flavors. Learn the process to hand-harvest and create the finest Agricole rums and sample a variety of offerings. Return to port at the conclusion of this beautifully crafted day.

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Ka Moana Luau (Partially Accessible)

4.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-331

Immerse yourself in an evening of island culture and adventure with an authentic Hawaiian luau. A 45-minute drive brings you to Sea Life Park, overlooking majestic sea cliffs and the expansive Makapu'u Meadows, where you'll prepare to enjoy a celebration of Hawaiian and Polynesian traditions. Begin with a host of cultural activities, including lei making, hula and ukulele lessons, Polynesian tattoos (temporary), and coconut leaf head-band weaving. Sharing food with family (ohana) and friends is what Hawaiian food is all about, and a luau experience is one of the most popular forms of enjoying great food and entertainment. Tuck into a sumptuous buffet dinner prepared by an executive local chef, then settle in for an award-winning luau production, where authentic garb, breathtaking feats with fire, Maori dancing and more enthrall and entertain. At the conclusion of the night, interact with the performers, take some photographs in your shell lei, and relax on the 45-minute drive back to port.

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North Shore Waterfall Swim

6 hours | Honolulu | HNL-350
  • Waimea Bay and North Shore

Experience the thrill of swimming under a 45-foot cascading waterfall on this lovely six-hour adventure spent in the North Shore's gorgeous Waimea Valley. It's a 75-minute drive into the land of sugar plantations and pineapple fields, lush vegetation comprising more than 5,000 types of tropical plants, and ancient Hawaiian legends. Upon arrival enjoy a 30-minute nature walk through botanical gardens as your knowledgeable guide imparts the history and culture of this storied place. With the warm sun on your back, you'll welcome a refreshing dip in a secluded waterfall. After drying off, enjoy an outdoor picnic lunch at one of the local beach parks, then you'll continue on to Haleiwa town, a heritage enclave brimming with country ambiance, surf shops, art galleries and cafes housed in plantation-era buildings. Spend a little time exploring, cool off with a fruity shaved ice (at your own expense) and do a little shopping in the charming boutiques. Settle in for a relaxed drive back to port.

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Ka Moana Luau

4.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-330

Immerse yourself in an evening of island culture and adventure with an authentic Hawaiian luau. A 45-minute drive brings you to Sea Life Park, overlooking majestic sea cliffs and the expansive Makapu'u Meadows, where you'll prepare to enjoy a celebration of Hawaiian and Polynesian traditions. Begin with a host of cultural activities, including lei making, hula and ukulele lessons, Polynesian tattoos (temporary), and coconut leaf head-band weaving. Sharing food with family (ohana) and friends is what Hawaiian food is all about, and a luau experience is one of the most popular forms of enjoying great food and entertainment. Tuck into a sumptuous buffet dinner prepared by an executive local chef, then settle in for an award-winning luau production, where authentic garb, breathtaking feats with fire, Maori dancing and more enthrall and entertain. At the conclusion of the night, interact with the performers, take some photographs in your shell lei, and relax on the 45-minute drive back to port.

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Hollywood Movie Sites at Kualoa Ranch

5.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-210

Experience the Ka'a'awa and Hakipu'u valleys on this tour to one of Hawaii's premier attractions, the 4,000-acre Kualoa Ranch, where many of Hollywood's biggest blockbuster movies and television shows were filmed. Check out the Jurassic Park site, find Godzilla's footprints, and see the famous battlefield from the movie Windtalkers. Listen as your guides tell you about Pearl Harbor, 50 First Dates, George of the Jungle, You, Me & Dupree and LOST! Take a break and enjoy a delicious buffet lunch and souvenir shopping.

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$189.95

Germaine's Luau: Upgrade Option

5.75 hours | Honolulu | HNL-325

Enjoy an upgraded experience with reserved seating and additional drink tickets on this evening of traditional Hawaiian food, entertainment and fun as you complete your Hawaii experience with a nighttime luau. Take advantage of your long stay in Honolulu with a sensational evening of traditional Hawaiian food and entertainment at Germaine's Luau. This popular Hawaiian-style beach party awaits you at a beachfront setting just in time for a beautiful sunset.

You will be welcomed with a Hawaiian shell lei. After the torch lighting, watch the enticing ancient Imu Ceremony. The buffet-style luau dinner consists of a bounty of delicious native foods to enjoy. Kalua pig, chicken, fish and an array of side dishes and desserts are provided as well as three drink tickets for your enjoyment.

Next up is the Polynesian Show and Samoan Fire Knife Dancer and dance beneath the stars with seating in a prime section so you are closer to the action. This luau offers the true aloha spirit.

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Shark Encounter - Animal Planet Exclusive

4 hours | Honolulu | HNL-780

Take adventure to the max with a shark cage dive off Oahu's north shore. Your four-hour excursion begins with a ride to Haleiwa Harbor where you'll board the shark vessel. As your captain cruises out to the shark area you'll receive safety instructions and learn fascinating facts about sharks. Then, you'll don your supplied mask and snorkel and enter the floating cage from above. Soon, a number of sharks will come by to satisfy their curiosity. From the safety of your cage you can watch Galapagos and sandbar sharks glide up to the thick poly glass windows. You may also whales in the winter and dolphins in the summer. After 30 minutes, you'll climb back out of the cage and onto the boat. With this remarkable experience scratched off your "bucket list," you'll return to the pier.

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Magical Private Luau: Nutridge Estate Experience

5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-335

Journey to the Nutridge Estate, Hawaii's first macadamia nut plantation overlooking a stunning stretch of Oahu's south shore, for a private one-of-a-kind backyard-style luau. Drive through downtown Honolulu followed by an approximately 60-minute drive. Upon arrival, you'll be greeted by an oli (Hawaiian chant), welcoming you to the historic estate. You'll join in the preparation of the feast, experiencing how to build an imu (an underground oven) and gather sweet potatoes and macadamia nuts grown on the property. Learn the Hawaiian language and play authentic festival games, listen to stories (molelo) about the area's history, and get your hips moving as you dance the hula. After sunset, the Nutridge hosts will invite you to dinner and will serve your first plate, a nod to old Hawaiian hospitality. The buffet will remain open throughout the evening. As the sky fills with stars, bid your hosts farewell with a fond "aloha" and "a hui hou" (until we meet again). Relax on the ride back to port.

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Hawaiian Luau & Polynesian Cultural Center

10.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-300
  • Waimea Bay and North Shore
  • Polynesian Cultural Center

Immerse yourself a full-day of island culture via an air-conditioned motorcoach along Oahu's windward coast to the award-winning Polynesian Cultural Center. Enjoy a guided tour through authentic island settings with fun-filled and informative demonstrations. Marvel at the Pageant of Long Canoes that floats the waterways of the center. Indulge in the Ali'i Luau, one of the most authentic luaus on Oahu! Receive a lei greeting, then watch the ceremonial lifting of the pig from the underground oven and the procession of the Hawaiian Royal Court. Partake in a sumptuous, traditional Hawaiian feast as performers regale you with hula dances and songs featuring the classic sounds of the Hawaiian steel guitar. Then join the Center's other guests for the largest Polynesian revue of song and dance in the world! Watch performers from all corners of the Pacific share their history, traditions and spirit as their ancestors did long ago.

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$249.95

Call to Duty: Pearl Harbor Museums & Memorials

9 hours | Honolulu | HNL-115
  • Iolani Palace
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

Pay homage to Hawaii's central role in World War II on this fascinating full-day tour. Board your minicoach and journey to the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center for an orientation video presentation. Then, board a Navy shuttle for a visit to the 184-foot-long USS Arizona Memorial resting above the sunken battleship. Step into the life of a sailor at the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park and explore the best-preserved submarine from World War II, a designated National Historic Landmark. Visit the adjacent museum, which houses an extensive collection of military paraphernalia. Next, stand atop the USS Missouri battleship, or "Mighty Mo," and imagine the moment when the Japanese signed the surrender documents. Continue to the hangars of the Pacific Aviation Museum for a unique look at the history of flight and enjoy and exclusive buffet lunch. Conclude with a city drive showcasing Honolulu's top landmarks. Return to the pier.

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Deluxe Oahu Eco Adventure

9 hours | Honolulu | HNL-360
  • Pali Lookout
  • Waimea Bay and North Shore

This eco-adventure is one of the most exciting and sought-after on Oahu! This extravagant and activity-filled shore excursion features coffee samples at Green World Coffee Farm. Then make a quick stop at the Dole Plantation before arriving at Tsue's Farm, situated alongside the tranquil Anahulu River, where a host of activities await - from kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding to friendly farm animals, turtles, tasty vittles and a refreshing shave ice. Choose your activity, then enjoy lunch in this pleasant setting. Continue on to the botanical garden at Waimea Valley for a 30-minute nature walk that leads to a plunging waterfall, perfect for a refreshing dip. Round out the day with a relaxed coastline drive to take in the surfing beaches of the North Shore, pausing to photograph the Byodo-In Temple, a replica of the 900-year-old Temple of Equality in Japan, and the stunning vistas of the Nu'uanu Pali Lookout. Return to port after this memorable day.

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Behind-the-Scenes Exclusive at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum & Battleship Missouri

5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-135
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

Revisit moments from Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor to its surrender aboard the battleship USS Missouri on an exclusive, behind-the-scenes, five-hour experience. A 30-minute drive brings you to the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. World War II began for the United States on Dec. 7, 1941, when Japanese fighter planes attacked the U.S. base at Pearl Harbor in one of the deadliest attacks in U.S. military history. Visit the hangars for a unique look at the aviation history of the United States, view a host of fighter planes including the Curtiss P-40E Warhawk, and enjoy unprecedented access to historic Ford Island control tower. Pause for a lovely buffet lunch. Then, step aboard the USS Missouri battleship, or "Mighty Mo." Learn what it took for this grand ship to operate her massive gun turrets, and imagine the moment when the Japanese signed the surrender documents ending the war. Return to port at the conclusion of this epic day.

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Honolulu by Air

2.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-800
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Diamond Head Crater

Grab your camera to capture magnificent photographs from the seat of your helicopter! Meet your pilot, attend a safety briefing then commence your aerial adventure over beautiful Oahu. Your pilot will expertly maneuver to make sure you see all the island highlights and iconic landmarks, so relax on your 50-minute ride as this tropical paradise unfurls before your eyes and learn about "the island where aloha began." Glide over the turquoise waters of Waikiki and look down into world-famous Diamond Head Crater, 761 feet above sea level. Contemplate Pearl Harbor and the emotional USS Arizona Memorial. Soar over impressive Battleship Missouri, or "Mighty Mo." Hug the sheer cliffs of the Nu'uanu Valley and hover over cascading Sacred Falls. Marvel at the vast lushness of the Dole pineapple plantation before looking for your ship in the sparkling waters as you come in for a landing. Return to the pier.

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Honolulu by Air (Wheelchair Accessible)

2.5 hours | Honolulu | HNL-801
  • Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial
  • Diamond Head Crater

Grab your camera to capture magnificent photographs from the seat of your helicopter! Meet your pilot, attend a safety briefing then commence your aerial adventure over beautiful Oahu. Your pilot will expertly maneuver to make sure you see all the island highlights and iconic landmarks, so relax on your 50-minute ride as this tropical paradise unfurls before your eyes and learn about "the island where aloha began." Glide over the turquoise waters of Waikiki and look down into world-famous Diamond Head Crater, 761 feet above sea level. Contemplate Pearl Harbor and the emotional USS Arizona Memorial. Soar over impressive Battleship Missouri, or "Mighty Mo." Hug the sheer cliffs of the Nu'uanu Valley and hover over cascading Sacred Falls. Marvel at the vast lushness of the Dole pineapple plantation before looking for your ship in the sparkling waters as you come in for a landing. Return to the pier.

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Honolulu by Private Car - Half Day

4 hours | Honolulu | HNL-900

Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle and driver at your service. A perfect solution for guests who wish to tour privately or who want the flexibility of designing their own itinerary. Private car maximum capacity is 2 guests.

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Honolulu by Private SUV - Half Day

4 hours | Honolulu | HNL-910

Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle and driver at your service. A perfect solution for guests who wish to tour privately or who want the flexibility of designing their own itinerary. Private SUV maximum capacity is 5 guests.

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Honolulu by Private Car - Full Day

8 hours | Honolulu | HNL-905

Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle and driver at your service. A perfect solution for guests who wish to tour privately or who want the flexibility of designing their own itinerary. Private car maximum capacity is 2 guests.

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$1399.95