Are you looking for a quick, fun, and worry-free tour around Honolulu City? Look no further because our Honolulu City Group Tour will be perfect for you.
If you can spare 3 hours away from Oahu Island’s pristine white beaches or from the city’s bustling food and shopping scene, Pearl Harbor Website will take you down Honolulu, Hawaii‘s history lane in one informative and memorable trip.
The Honolulu City we see today was not modernized overnight, which means that within the bustling metro are historical landmarks built and maintained as a reminder of the city’s fascinating history and vibrant culture.
Come and see for yourself the buildings which continues to serve as celebrated tributes to Honolulu’s captivating past. PHW will take you and your group to see the Statue of King Kamehameha, Iolani Palace, State Capitol Building, and Washington Place. The Punchbowl National Cemetery where thousands of war veterans (and their families) have been interred is also one of our tour stops.
Aside from the city’s historical attractions, we will also take you on an unforgettable tour to some of Oahu’s top scenic spots. Get your cameras ready as we drive you to see Sandy Beach, Halona Blowhole, Makapu’u Point Lookout, and Diamond Head Lookout.
We will also take you to Kahala, known as “the Beverly Hills of Honolulu”. The properties in the neighborhood are famous for being one of the most expensive in the state. Lastly, we will explore Waikiki, the renowned playground for Hawaiian royalty.
In this Honolulu City Group Tour, you don’t have to worry about a thing because Pearl Harbor Website will take care of all your tour needs.
One of our trusted professional chauffeurs will pick you up right at your hotel and drive you safely and comfortably to your tour stops. Forget the hassle of going on a tour in a crowded bus because just like PHW‘s Pearl Harbor Memorial Tour, you will be travelling in a spacious vehicle with no more than 14 people.
Get ready for a Honolulu adventure like no other. Book your Honolulu City tour with Pearl Harbor Website today!
This package is for clients staying within Waikiki. For those coming from the airport, from hotels outside of Waikiki, or if you are trying to make a booking within 48 hours please call us first at 1-808-927-0921 or 1-855-750-5700.
Smallest & Classiest Pearl Harbor Tour in Oahu
Honolulu City Group Tour Itinerary
Activity 1: Start
We will pick you up right in front of your hotel. Rest assured that there won’t be a lot of pick-ups and stops as this small VIP group tour will only consist of 10 – 14 passengers. We usually provide a Benz Sprinter as the service vehicle, however if it’s unavailable on your tour date, we will take you on a Chevy or a Nisan van instead.
Activity 2: Historical Downtown
Our first stop will be Honolulu City’s historical downtown where you can see the statue of the great King Kamehameha, the state Capitol building, Iolani Palace and Washington Place.
Activity 3: Iolani Palace
Built by Hawaii’s last king, King David Kalakaua, Iolani Palace was the first and the only royal palace in the U.S. It was then turned into the Provisional Government’s capitol building after the historic overthrow of Hawaiian Monarchy in 1893.
Activity 4: Hawaii State Capitol Building
Opened on March 16, 1969, Hawaii State Capitol was the home of the executive and legislative branches of the State of Hawaii. The building’s unique architectural design showcases the island’s many famous, unrivaled natural attractions.
Activity 5: Washington Place
Washington Place is best known as Queen Lili?uokalani’s home – the last reigning monarch of Hawaii. It also served as the official residence of the State Government since 1922, but was transformed in 2001 as a public museum.
Activity 6: Punchbowl National Cemetery
We visit the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, the Punchbowl National Cemetery. Here you’ll see the famous statue of Lady Columbia. Punchbowl Cemetery is also the resting place of some 2,500 victims of the Pearl Harbor attack.
Activity 7: Sandy Beach
Famous for its strong rip currents, Sandy Beach is a must-visit destination for many experienced body surfers. Although, many locals stay out of its dangerous shore breaks. Because of the beach’s magnificent view, many tourists flock here every year for sightseeing and picture-taking.
Activity 8: Halona BlowHole
The Halona Blowhole is a popular tourist attraction in Oahu. It is a combination of rock formation and blowhole off of Hanauma Bay, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Here, you’ll definitely enjoy the beautiful scenery and marvel at the wonder of nature.
Activity 9: Makapuu Point Lookout (Rabbit Island)
The Makapuu Point is a beautiful lookout in East Oahu, located next to Sandy Beach. It provides a beautiful view of the Pacific and a small island known to the locals as Rabbit Island. In 1977, Makapuu Point Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Activity 10: Diamond Head Lookout
Diamond Head is where nature meets architecture. It’s a spectacular view you don’t want to miss.
Activity 11: Kahala
Known as the Beverly Hills of Honolulu, Kahala is an affluent neighborhood, famous for its expensive beachfront houses. It’s considered as one of the most costly places to own a properly in the world.
Activity 12: Waikiki
In Waikiki, you live on the beach! Waikiki is famous for its beachfront neighborhood and its white sand beach shoreline. It’s a sight of beauty and magnificence and was once a playground for Hawaiian royalty.