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Explore the capital of Hawaii with top-rated Honolulu sightseeing tours and tickets at the best prices! One of the top exotic tourist destinations in Hawaii, the bustling city boasts a great mix of activities for every traveler. Discover the charms of Waikiki, Downtown, and Pearl Harbor and enjoy a host of experiences ranging from surfing, snorkeling, visits to World War II attractions like the Pearl Harbor National Memorial and Battleship Missouri Memorial, hike around Manoa Falls, sunbathe on Waikiki Beach, visit the Kailu Beach Park and the family-friendly beach of Lanikai Beach, and take in sweeping panoramic views of valleys and mountains on a helicopter ride with curated Honolulu tours.
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Our tips for Honolulu

  • Adventure activities. When visiting Hawaii, catamaran sails, zip line tours and dolphin swims are just some of the many activities that you must try. Awaken the adventurer within and check out the wide range of activities that will take your vacation to the next level. A quick research online will show you the best deals and discounts available. Make sure to book online.
    • Local spa. Instead of visiting the resort spa (which are usually very expensive), consider visiting a local spa for a pocket-friendly session of pampering and self-indulgence. A lot of these spas are within walking distance from your hotel.
    • Local produce. If you are staying in a rental home, condo or Airbnb, consider buying local produce and fresh seafood instead of heading to restaurants. Not only will you save money, you can also prepare some healthy and fresh meals Hawaii-style!

    Good to know

    The term "Honolulu" in the Hawaiian language signifies "sheltered bay" or a "place of refuge," reflecting the natural harbor's protective qualities that ensured secure mooring for ships. The renowned TV series "Hawaii Five-O" was both based in and shot within Honolulu. The show's title is derived from the moniker of the state police force, established in the 1960s as "Five-0," symbolizing Hawaii's status as the 50th state of the U.S. Honolulu hosts the historic Pearl Harbor, a significant U.S. naval base infamously attacked by the Japanese on December 7, 1941. This event prompted the United States' involvement in World War II. The USS Arizona Memorial stands there, commemorating those who perished during the assault. Within Honolulu lies Pearl Harbor, a historic U.S. naval base that gained global recognition due to the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941. This pivotal event propelled the United States into World War II. Honoring the attack's victims, the USS Arizona Memorial is positioned here. The Ala Moana Center, situated in Honolulu, ranks among the world's largest open-air shopping complexes. This haven for shoppers offers an extensive array of upscale brands, local boutiques, and dining options.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Q: What is the best time to visit Honolulu?

      Mid-April to early June or between September and mid-December are the best months to visit Honolulu. Especially if you’re a budget traveler, this is the ideal time to visit as hotel and air fares are at their lowest. During these months there are lesser crowds and more festivals, so if you want to enjoy sightseeing to the fullest, you might want to book your tours during this time.

    • Q: How do I get around?

      You could ideally book tours that include roundtrip transportation from your hotel to avoid any hassles. Enjoy guided bus tours and walking tours, take the Waikiki trolleys, and ride the well-connected buses to explore the city and soak in its upbeat vibe. A lot of hotels and resorts offer shuttle services to popular attractions but they may run on a limited schedule with many stops. If you want to be independent, you can rent a car (this is a great option if you want to visit the beaches, the shrimp trucks on the North Shore, and travel along the scenic Oahu coast).

    • Q: What are the must-visit attractions in Honolulu?

      Honolulu presents a range of captivating sites, including Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head Crater, Iolani Palace, and the USS Arizona Memorial. These destinations provide a harmonious blend of natural splendor, historical significance, and cultural richness.

    • Q: Are there family-friendly tours available?

      Certainly, a multitude of tours in Honolulu are well-suited for families. Seek out choices that prioritize children's interests and safety.

    • Q: What should I wear and bring on a tour?

      Put on attire that's comfortable and opt for robust footwear appropriate for the particular tour, such as hiking boots or swimwear for aquatic activities. Remember to pack essentials like sunscreen, water, a hat, and a camera.

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