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Hawaii Sightseeing Tours

Polynesian Adventure Hawaii Tours offer many spectacular experiences to start your new year off with some of the most stunning and visually beautiful tours available. You can share in the rich heritage and beauty of the island of Oahu. Enjoy the serenity at Maui’s majestic waterfalls, and visit the famous movie sets on the garden isle of Kauai. Visit the awesome power of nature on the Big island of Hawaii’s volcano adventure tour. These tours are perfect for the entire family, “Ohana”, from the excitement from the children to the relaxing pace for seniors; we have the experience for your trip of a lifetime... More Info...

Hawaii Adventure Tours and Activities

Come take in the natural majestic beauty of the Hawaiian islands and get out of the cold and enjoy the magnificent weather this lovely vacation destination offers. Take one of our Polynesian Adventure tours and enjoy the sweeping landscape of the green forests and mountains all the way to the beautiful beaches. Our Eco friendly Oahu circle island tour allows you to enjoy the rich history of the island with scenic overlooks, and stops at the world famous North shore and Dole plantation. Allow us to be your families guide to experiences and memories you will share and cherish forever! More Info...

Top Hawaii Activities

Enjoy one of Hawaii’s oldest traditions; the Luau. We currently have two Luau experiences on Oahu for your family’s enjoyment. Paradise Cove, or the Polynesian Culture Center both will leave you with a sense of the rich history and aloha of the islands. Our Hawaii sightseeing tours will allow you to view Historic Honolulu and enjoy the sights such as King Kamehameha’s Statue which stands across from the ‘Iolani Palace. Explore Hawaii and view Oahu’s famous surf destination North Shore. The Pearl Harbor tour allows you to experience the overwhelming sense of honor and sacrifice while standing on the USS Arizona Memorial. Take in the iconic dormant volcano outside of Waikiki known as Diamond Head. More Info...

Things to do in Hawaii

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Kualoa Ranch, Kualoa Valley, Oahu Island

The area now occupied by Kualoa Ranch, was once one of the most sacred places to ancient Oahuans. It was the site of the sacred drums of Kapahuula, and also Kaahu-ulupunawai. The site also had the sacred hill of Kauakahi-a-Kaho'owaha also known as the key to sovereignty of the Kingdom of Oahu.
Added: (4/19/2014)

 

Matsumoto's Shave Ice on the North Shore

Matsumoto's Shave Ice is a local favorite that is located in Haleiwa. Matsumoto's was established in February 1951 and has been voted Oahu's most popular shave ice and has been in business for over half a century. Matsumoto's Shave Ice is open daily Monday through Sunday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Added: (4/18/2014)

 

Haleiwa on the North Shore of Oahu

Haleiwa is a small community located on the north shore of Oahu, and on Waialua Bay. Haleiwa is the largest commercial center on the North Shore and its old plantation style is is preserved in many of the buildings. Haleiwa is one of the most popular destinations for tourists and residents with many diving and surfing sites all around. The northern entrance to Haleiwa Town is marked by the historic Rainbow Bridge, which spans the Anahula River.
Added: (4/15/2014)

 

Hawaiian Koa Wood

The Koa trees that make up the majority of today's special gifts can be found on the big island of Hawaii. Dating back in the 19th century the local Hawaiian people cut down the Koa tree and used it for making there boats. Today however the Koa tree can only be used if it has fallen from natural causes. They are protected because of the beautiful look of the finished wood.
Added: (4/15/2014)

 

Shave Ice Locations on Oahu

Just the perfect treat on a hot Hawaiian day of swimming and fun in the sun. This sweet treat is prefect to cool yourself and the kids off. It is also very easy on the wallet and you can get it almost every town on the island. Brought to the Hawaiian Islands by visitors from Japan many years ago. Back when the plantations of sugar flourished in Hawaii.
Added: (4/11/2014)

 

June 11th every year is King Kamehameha Day

All the Hawaiian Islands celebrate the Great King Kamehameha the on June Eleventh and has been declared a public holiday. The early 1800's the Kings great grand father was named the first King of Hawaii and was the man who brought the islands to stand together as one unified Hawaii. He is by far the most celebrated King of all the kings of Hawaii. In the late 1800's statues to honor the king were created and placed in the Heart of Hawaii and our nations capitol Washington, D.C.
Added: (4/9/2014)