Pearl Harbor excursion
USS Arizona Memorial visit, USS Bowfin, USS Missouri, Pearl Harbor Visitor's Center visit
Details: Honolulu tour director-led sightseeing
A walk through historic Honolulu is never a hurried affair, as the gentle breezes and flowering trees spread tranquility throughout the area. Featuring a unique mix of English architecture, modern skyscrapers and pure Hawaiian culture and history, downtown Honolulu delivers a little bit of everything, each in the perfect amount.
Details: King Kamehameha statue
Travel to the legendary King Kamehameha’s birthplace to see the gold swathed statue that was created in 1878 to commemorate the 100 years since Captain Cook’s "discovery" of Hawaii.
Details: Iolani Palace visit
Visit the only royal palace in the United States to be a used as a residence for reigning monarchs. King David Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani lived in the palace until the monarchy was overthrown in 1893, at which time the building was turned into the capitol building of the state of Hawaii.
Details: Bishop Museum visit
Delve into Hawaii’s natural and cultural history through the Bishop Museum’s extensive collection of native Hawaiian cultural artifacts.
Details: Pearl Harbor excursion
When Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941, the enormous U.S.S. Arizona sunk completely within nine minutes. With a licensed local guide, see the battleship, still beneath the water, and the memorial built to honor those who died in the attack. Though currently serene, the area recently buzzed with activity when scenes from “Pearl Harbor” were filmed here in the spring of 2000.