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Island Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Oahu, Hawaii, United States

  • Activities

    Photo Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $146 USD per person
  • Duration

    9 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Thurs, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 7:00am

  • Starting Location

    Waikiki

  • Price Includes

    Experienced Guide, Pickup and drop off in Waikiki, water, tripods, umbrella

  • Notes

    Most popular tour

Highlights

  • Small group tour limited to 7 people
  • Complete Island Tour stops at 11 different locations around O'ahu
  • Good chance to see the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle
  • Highly Rated on Trip Advisor and Yelp

Trip Info

We explore and photograph Oahu’s natural beauty, wildlife and sites of historic and cultural significance.

This tour starts with sweeping coastal vistas, pristine beaches, sacred heiaus, dramatic mountain valleys, and in the winter…fearless surfers. Good chances to see and photograph the Hawaiian monk seal or Green Sea turtle along the way. In addition to going to off-the-beaten-path locations we talk about Hawaii’s history and culture…this is a full island tour and photo tour combined. We stop for lunch – a taste of local flavors on North Shore. (Lunch not included in tour price) At the end of the day, guests walk away with stunning images of the islands’ beauty, professional photography tips, and an appreciation of Oahu’s rich culture and history.

Our itineraries vary with each tour but here are some spots we might include depending on time of year and current weather Lanai Point, Sandy’s beach, Makapu’u Point and Beach, Waimanalo, Chinaman’s Hat, Kualoa Ranch, Turtle Bay banyan tree, Sunset Beach, Pipeline, Sharks Cove, Turtle Beach, Haleiwa and Pineapple fields. Let us help you plan your next memorable experience.

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