Find Things to Do in...
Search
Tours & Things to Do

More Great Destinations

Take time to explore tours and activities in these amazing destinations:


Shop With Confidence
  • Low Price Guarantee
  • Only Top Quality Tour and Activity Companies
  • 100% Secure Transactions
  • No Hidden Fees
  • 500,000+ Satisfied Customers
Why Book With Us
  • Save Money:

    Booking ahead will almost always save you money.

  • Save Time:

    You've got better things to do than wait in ticket lines.

  • Get The Tour You Want:

    Booking online means you get first pick of available tours.


Contact Us
Search by Category
Advanced Search

Here are your 378 search results for Tours, Attractions & Activities in Honolulu, United States

Safari Jeep Circle Island Tour On Oahu

Safari Jeep Circle Island Tour On Oahu - Honolulu, Hawaii
Star Rating

Duration: 5.5 to 7 hrs
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

From USD
$166.95

This Circle Island Tour is designed to give visitors a full spectrum experience of all Oahu has to offer. Traversing the island, you’ll ride in style in one of our brand new Safari Jeeps and be entertained throughout the day by your lively guide ... More info ›

This Circle Island Tour is designed to give visitors a full spectrum experience of all Oahu has to offer. Traversing the island, you’ll ride in style in one of our brand new Safari Jeeps and be entertained throughout the day by your lively guide. Oahu’s diverse landscapes are some of the most breathtaking in the island chain, with endless points of interest to explore.

Get ready for a personal experience with a local guide born and raised in Hawaii!

You'll work your way along the coastline, landmarks like Diamond Head, the Pali Lookout, Chinaman’s Hat and Laie Point are just a few of the 20 or more locations your guide will explore with you. All ideal landmarks for photo ops, this tour offers plenty of time to do some exploring on your own. We’ll also take you to see famous places like Banzai Pipeline, Sunset Beach and Waimea Bay, where the world-class waves are known to produce quite a show during the winter months. Other places like the Mac Nut Farm, Shark’s Cove and the Aloha General Shave Ice store are a few other things we have in store for you during this tour.

Enjoy a no-host lunch at one of the famous Shrimp Trucks of the North Shore and dine on juicy, fresh, Hawaiian shrimp! You’ll also get to check out one of the many cultural Hawaiian Heiau’s (Temples) at your guides discretion, if time permits- and secret spots for ideal turtle and monk seal viewing. We’ve got all the underground, off-the-beaten-path places for you to enjoy a unique day in Hawaii.

Winding through the North Shore, we’ll take you to old Haleiwa town, where boutique and gallery shopping is ideal and you can find a late afternoon pick-me-up at the local coffee shop. We’ll end our full day at a special beach at the Haleiwa Harbor as the sun begins to set upon the North Shore giving you more Photo opportunities. Before the Sun sets we’ll head back to your hotel as we take the Jeep through the Dole Pineapple and Coffee Plantation. Nothing beats having a local show you around!

Less info

Private Safari Jeep Tour in Oahu

Private Safari Jeep Tour in Oahu  - Honolulu, Hawaii
Star Rating

Duration: 5.5 to 7 hrs
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

From USD
$173.00

Enjoy Oahu private & personal on this exclusive adventure around the island. Hop into one of our modified safari Jeeps for an adventure you'll remember for a lifetime ... More info ›

Enjoy Oahu private & personal on this exclusive adventure around the island. Hop into one of our modified safari Jeeps for an adventure you'll remember for a lifetime. Don't be fooled by copycats.  We are the original Jeep tour company in Hawaii. All of our guides are born and raised in Hawaii and will customize your tour based on what you want to do, not a cookie-cutter planed out day. This is a go at your own pace experience designed to get the most out of your day on Oahu.

Big buses and crowds are not the way you want to experience Hawaii. With Hawaii Jeep Tours, it’s all about our private and personalized service. As a traveler, you want to be less of a tourist and have more of an adventure, that’s why we’re staffed with only the most knowledgeable local guides, born and raised in the islands to provide you a truly memorable day here in Hawaii. Each Private Jeep tour is customized for you personally. If you want more beach time, no problem. A waterfall? Done. Want to sample some local food, get photo opportunities or anything else......we aim high.....let's do it!

Discover the islands in a totally different way with our private safari jeep tour.  This is  a "go at your own pace" private tour is the best way to see the island. Our customized, open air Jeeps allow you to drop the top, soak up the sun and really enjoy Hawaii.

Get to know Oahu like the palm of your hand.  Each side of the island is unique and exciting, you don't want to miss out on any of it. Venture around Oahu with your own personal local guide. Oahu's diverse landscapes are some of the most breathtaking in the island chain.

We'll take you to the lesser known, off the beaten path sights that large tour companies just don't include in their itineraries. As a local company with strong values and local knowledge, we are committed to giving each of our guests the experience of a lifetime.

Less info

Oahu for Lovers - Private Jeep Tour

Oahu for Lovers - Private Jeep Tour - Honolulu, Hawaii

Duration: 4 to 5 hrs
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

From USD
$189.00

Relax and reconnect with your sweetheart while enjoying breathtaking Oahu! Indulge in our “Oahu Is for Lovers” Couples Jeep Tour, and spend the day at one romantic venue after the next!  Perfect for couples who want to unwind, connect and enjoy the serenity of Oahu. You'll hop into one of our open air jeeps, drop the top,  soak up the sun and enjoy!  You'll also have a local Hawaiian guide to take care of you during you entire day.

Your day starts with a convenient pick-up at your hotel, and then we’re off on our adventure! As you and your beloved relax in your very own Jeep, we’ll take you on a scenic drive along the island’s famous Ka Iwi coastline in East Oahu, where lush, jagged sea cliffs meet coves and beaches down below ... More info ›

Relax and reconnect with your sweetheart while enjoying breathtaking Oahu! Indulge in our “Oahu Is for Lovers” Couples Jeep Tour, and spend the day at one romantic venue after the next!  Perfect for couples who want to unwind, connect and enjoy the serenity of Oahu. You'll hop into one of our open air jeeps, drop the top,  soak up the sun and enjoy!  You'll also have a local Hawaiian guide to take care of you during you entire day.

Your day starts with a convenient pick-up at your hotel, and then we’re off on our adventure! As you and your beloved relax in your very own Jeep, we’ll take you on a scenic drive along the island’s famous Ka Iwi coastline in East Oahu, where lush, jagged sea cliffs meet coves and beaches down below. Along the way, we’ll stop and explore some of Oahu’s most beautiful lookouts, so you can absorb the area’s majestic views. Enjoy the refreshing sea spray near Halona Blowhole, as you watch a giant “geyser” of water explode into the sky. And experience peaceful Makapuu Point Lookout, with unparalleled views of the sea cliffs, Makapuu Beach, and Rabbit Island. Or wind your way down to the area’s extraordinary tide pools, where you can wade through shallow water, explore the ocean wildlife, and climb on lava rock. If you’re visiting during the winter, make sure you watch for whales at the Halona Blowhole and Makapuu Point Lookout, as they often put on a show at both of these amazing venues.

Then, let us spoil you and your beloved with a delicious picnic lunch on the sand, followed by a day of frolicking at a secluded beach with the works: beach chairs, umbrella, and a cooler with Hawaiian refreshments and goodies! Relax in the sand or tap-into your inner-child while playing in the waves. It’s your tour and your choice! We’ll take care of the details – just sit back, relax, and enjoy your company!
Book an “Oahu Is for Lovers” Couples Jeep Tour, and romance your sweetheart Hawaiian-style!

(Hint: you might want to suggest that this is a perfect environment in case you want to “pop the question!)

Less info

Hawaii Culture Tour

Hawaii Culture Tour - Honolulu, Hawaii
Star Rating

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

From USD
$139.00

Immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture and history on this fun filled tour to some of the most significant historical venues throughout Oahu.  Your guide will be local in-the-know and proud kamaaina (born and raised in Hawaii) who are more than just knowledgeable about the sites you’ll visit – they’re proud of their Native Hawaiian ancestry. This immersive experience will not only leave you in awe of the Native Hawaiian culture, but you’ll also leave with a deeper appreciation for this incredible place we call home.

Get ready for a fun filled day learning about Hawaii's culture and people while touring the beautiful Island of Oahu ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture and history on this fun filled tour to some of the most significant historical venues throughout Oahu.  Your guide will be local in-the-know and proud kamaaina (born and raised in Hawaii) who are more than just knowledgeable about the sites you’ll visit – they’re proud of their Native Hawaiian ancestry. This immersive experience will not only leave you in awe of the Native Hawaiian culture, but you’ll also leave with a deeper appreciation for this incredible place we call home.

Get ready for a fun filled day learning about Hawaii's culture and people while touring the beautiful Island of Oahu. Your day begins with a visit to one of the largest fishponds on Oahu, located in picturesque Hawaii Kai. There, you’ll learn how ancient Hawaiians used the fishponds to trap and catch fish, necessary to feed the growing population.

You’ll head East toward Makapuu, where you’ll explore the rock formation known as Pele’s Chair, as well as towering Koko Head. There, you’ll learn about the history, cultural significance, and local lore surrounding the “chair” that overlooks the ocean below.

Prepare to be amazed at your next stop, which includes exploring an ancient Hawaiian heiau, otherwise known as a Hawaiian temple. The Makapuu Heiau, located near Makapuu Beach Park, is a site still sacred to the Hawaiian people and recently preserved and cared-for by the locals.

As you round the windward side of Oahu, your next stop is in the bustling beach town of Kailua, where you’ll visit the Ulupo Heiau, considered a State Historic Site in Hawaii. Here, you can explore the area, which served as a religious site for Native Hawaiians.

From Kailua, it’s a short drive to the incredible Pali Lookout, site of the history-changing Battle of Nuuanu. There, in 1795, King Kamehameha I won the struggle that finally united Oahu under his rule. This fierce battle claimed hundreds of soldiers’ lives, many of whom were forced off the Pali’s sheer cliffs!

As you round-out your tour, your guide will take you to your last stop, you’ll visit the grounds of the beautiful and serene Iolani Palace. Iolani Palace may be best known as the home where Hawaii’s last reigning monarch.

Less info

Booking.com

Oahu North Shore Jeep Tour

Oahu North Shore Jeep Tour - Honolulu, Hawaii

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

From USD
$149.00

If you’re looking to explore the North Shore of Oahu this is the perfect Jeep tour adventure. The attractions along the way are spectacular, but what’s special about the tour is the journey, which takes guests from Downtown Honolulu clear out to the North Shore along the amazingly beautiful Windward Coast ... More info ›

If you’re looking to explore the North Shore of Oahu this is the perfect Jeep tour adventure. The attractions along the way are spectacular, but what’s special about the tour is the journey, which takes guests from Downtown Honolulu clear out to the North Shore along the amazingly beautiful Windward Coast. You’re sure to fill up your camera/phone’s memory with countless breathtaking views along the way.

Haleiwa Alii Beach 
Haleiwa is filled with local style and country ambiance as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, understated restaurants and charming art galleries. 

Waimea Valley 
Waimea Valley is an area of historic and cultural significance on the North Shore of Oahu. The valley, being an important place in Hawaiian religion, includes several historical structures including stone terraces and walls constructed during the time of the Hawaiian monarchy.

North Shore Surf Spots 
Stretching for more than 7 miles, the beaches of the North Shore host the world’s premier surfing competitions during the peak, winter months, including the Super Bowl of wave riding, the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing (November – December).. 

Turtle Beach
Laniakea Beach is also known as Turtle Beach. The main attraction here is the green sea turtles who often times can be seen on the beach basking in the sun. On other Oahu beaches, you’re lucky if you can spot one of these amazing animals in the ocean, sticking her head out of the water.

Sharks Cove
This cove got its name from a popular story that says that the outline of a reef outside the cove looks like a shark when seen from above. Shark’s Cove is a lava-rock beach on the North Shore of Oahu and is part of Pupukea Beach Park. 

Dole Plantation
Originally operated as a fruit stand beginning in 1950, Dole Plantation opened to the public as Hawaii’s “Pineapple Experience” in 1989. Today, Dole Plantation is one of Oahu’s most popular visitor attractions and welcomes more than one million visitors a year., There’s a maze and small train ride you can tak ehere and the store offeris a wide variety of Dole Plantation gifts, local favorites, foods including the world-famous DoleWhip®.

He’eia Fish Pond
After the Pali Lookout, the North Shore tour then takes guests to the He’eia Fish Pond. The pond, or “kuapa” is 88 acres, walled in with rocks in an ancient technique that rivals the advances of aqualculture today. The pond provided a reliable, steady source of food for the ancients, for times of inclement weather or other conditions prevented open-ocean fishing. 

Chinaman’s Hat 
not far from the He’eia Fish Pond is Kualoa Beach Park and the unmistakable “Chinaman’s Hat.” It’s a small, pyramid shaped island nearly a mile from shore, and it is one of Oahu’s most recognizable landmarks. Known originally as Mokoli’i Island, it is home a to a variety of flora and fauna.

Laie Point
As the tour continues north, it stops at Laie Point, a picturesque stopping point on the windswept coast. A handful of small islands just offshore are said to be bits of a slain “mo’o”, or giant lizard who was defeated by a powerful chief in ancient times.

Less info

Oahu West Side Jeep Tour

Oahu West Side Jeep Tour - Honolulu, Hawaii

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

From USD
$149.00

If you're looking for an off the beaten path experience, this tour is for you. This experience takes you to some of the most beautiful and inspiring locations of Oahu’s Leeward Coast, or as residents call it, the “West Side.” The cultural history of the West Side is ancient and storied, and it boasts some of the most beautiful beaches and terrain to be found anywhere in Hawaii.  This adventure provides guests with an opportunity to take in some of the most spectacular sights on Oahu ... More info ›

If you're looking for an off the beaten path experience, this tour is for you. This experience takes you to some of the most beautiful and inspiring locations of Oahu’s Leeward Coast, or as residents call it, the “West Side.” The cultural history of the West Side is ancient and storied, and it boasts some of the most beautiful beaches and terrain to be found anywhere in Hawaii.  This adventure provides guests with an opportunity to take in some of the most spectacular sights on Oahu. The tour is perfect for visitors new to Oahu, and for repeat visitors who have seen and done much of the most common activities on the island. The West Side Jeep Tour is not a typical guided tour of Oahu’s familiar attractions, but rather a journey to out of the way destinations most Oahu visitors never get to see.

Aulani Taro Patch and Secluded Coves
The tour begins at 8:00am with a trip to the taro ponds at Disney’s Aulani Resort and Spa, where guests will learn about the sacred and vital tradition of taro that sustained native Hawaiians for hundreds of years. Guests will also view Aulani’s exquisitely curated art collection.
The tour then meanders along secluded covers for photographs and, often, encounters with green sea turtles, or “honu”, considered by many to be a sign of good fortune. It’s important to keep your distance from the gentle creatures, as they are protected by law.

Yokohama Beach
The West Side Tour then continues to remote and vast Yokohama Beach, known officially as Keawa’ula Beach. It translates to “red bay”, so named for the schools of squid that can still be found in the area. Visually stunning, the area can produce dangerous currents and high surf year-round. It was an influx of Japanese fishermen to the area decades ago that gave the area its more familiar name of Yokohama Beach.

Makua Cave
After a visit to Yokohama Beach, the West Side tour then ventures to Makua Cave, one of Oahu’s most stunning and storied geological features. The cathedral-like cave towers far overhead and extends more than 450 into darkness (don’t worry, we have powerful flashlights). It is estimated by researchers at the University of Hawaii to have formed over 150,000 years ago.

There are many legends associated with Makua Cave, known originally as Kaneana, or the “cave of Kane.” Kane was a shape-shifting demigod who could assume the form of a shark. Legend holds that when the people of the area learned of his sinister ways, the hunted and destroyed him.

Makaha Beach 
West Side Tour guests are then treated to a visit to world-famous Makaha Beach, home for generations to legendary surfers. The surf at Makaha can be very dangerous, with a strong rip-tide when high surf arrives. If conditions permit, guests may want to take a refreshing dip under the watchful eyes of the lifeguards there.

Pokai Bay
The 5th stop on the West Side Tour is at Pokai Bay. Vast, calm and clear water is an off-the-beaten path beach destination that is beloved by locals, and by the visitors savvy enough to find it. Ideal for sunbathing, swimming, and picnicking, Pokai Bay is the perfect way to wind up a day full of sights and sounds on the West Side Tour.

Lunch/A&G Steaks (Optional, not included in price)
By now, most guests will be ready for lunch, and the West Side Tour does not disappoint. A&G Steaks is a favorite among residents from all over Oahu. And while the steaks are delicious, A&G also features fresh seafood and salads, and much of the fare is sourced locally.

Less info