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North Shore Surfing Tour
"Beyond the sands and waves of Waikiki the thrill of the surf is only the beginning. Our island tours offer true adventurers a chance to experience much more than the ocean. Hike historic valleys kayak to remote islet shores and savor the tastes of the islands. If you’re looking for fun that many visitors don’t get to experience request your reservation today. Oahu’s north shore is well known for legendary surf breaks like Waimea Sunset and the Banzai Pipeline. People travel the world over for a glimpse of these breaks and we’ll get you there – up close and personal. This countryside tour offers a nostalgic version of Hawaii that any visitor should experience.2 Person Minimum Tour Size All tours are private and exclusive to your group Tour
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2-Hour Small Group Stand-Up-Paddleboarding - SUP - Experience
"An Experience You’ll Always RememberLessons You’ll Never ForgetYour lesson start on the sand with ocean awareness and safety. Then we get you right into the water for a true ocean adventure. No worries our licensed instructors are trained in first aid and lifeguard CPR. Once in the water we show you all the fundamentals of SUP. And if you're an experienced rider then our experienced instructors will help you perfect your SUP wave riding skills. Semi-Private Surfing LessonWhen you and your friends want to go big group stand-up paddle boarding lessons are the only way to go2 Person Minimum Class Size You must book at least 2 Paddlers for this lesson. We do not group together people from different parties so each lesson is private and int"""When you and your friends want to go big
From $100.00
 
East Side of Oahu Surfing Tour
"Find What Lies Beyond WaikikiBeyond the sands and waves of Waikiki the thrill of the surf is only the beginning. Our island tours offer true adventurers a chance to experience much more than the ocean. Hike historic valleys kayak to remote islet shores and savor the tastes of the islands. If you’re looking for fun that many visitors don’t get to experience request your reservation today!East Side TourTraveling east of Waikiki offers a scenic drive to views of Diamond Head the Halona Blowhole and Oahu’s windward side. You’ll see our island green with native plants and a panoramic view of the Koolau mountain range — a beauty that has even captured the lens of Hollywood films and T.V. Come along and encounter a lush vision of Oahu that many vis
From $250.00

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The Free Breakfasts

One trap is the Free Breakfasts offered by tour companies. Because we were first-timers, we went, even though I read it was a tourist trap. It boils down to - you get what you pay for. The free breakfast was terrible. Cold powered egg, frozen reheated hash browns, sausages that looked like little p**ps.

However the tourguide's presentation was interesting. They had lists of all the tours (full price of course), and explained what each one is. He did a good job of introducing Hawaii to us.
At our Breakfast/Tour Promotion, we bought a tour package which included a hike in the rainforest, boogie boarding, and snorkeling. That's also where we visited Pali Lookout.

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Redlats
Feb 07, 2003

If you book through a travel...

If you book through a travel agent, you may have a 'welcome' breakfast the day after you arrive. After this breakfast, they will take you shopping. One of the places they take you is Maui Divers. Beware: they do this 'pearl diving' thing where you get an oyster and if there is a pearl in it, you get to keep the pearl. The problem is, they then try their best to get you to buy a setting for your pearl. Kind of high pressure sales tactics.

your_sister
Aug 24, 2002

Most people that travel to...

Most people that travel to Hawaii are all part of Pleasant Hawaiian Holidays. At the start of your trip they have a complimentary breakfast that you attend to find out all the information you need regarding trips, tours, and activities on all the islands. They have great vouchers you can use that will save you lots of money on all these tours. If you have never been to Hawaii before then you should attend this meeting to learn about what each island has to offer and decide what tours to go on. Not only will you get a free breakfast but you will also save lots of money. However if you have been to Hawaii before then these meetings are a WASTE of time. You can get the same information at your hotel. If you are a first time visitor and don't care about the $50 voucher then skip the meeting too. Like I said before you can get the same info and sign up for the tours at your hotel.

KristinaLMF
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Parasailing

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Hawaii State Capitol

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Iolani Palace

Iolani Palace was constructed from 1879 to 1882 as the royal palace of the nation of Hawaii under King David Kal?kaua. It remained the residence of the Hawaiian monarch only until 1893, when the...
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Art Museum

THIS IS A PLACE THAT IS REAL EASY TO MISS BECAUSE I THINK A LOT OF PEOPLE DON'T EVEN KNOW THAT IT EXISTS...I GUESS I COULD HAVE PUT IT ON THE" OFF THE BEATEN PATH".... The Hawaii State Art Museum in...
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Kamehameha Statue

It was the last leg to visit in HI - the King Kamekameha Statue. i told my cousin who is touring me around Hawaii that it is a must that i will visit King Kamekameha Statue because i am an avid fan of...
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Academy of Art

THERE ARE ALWAYS GREAT DISPLAYS AND EXHIBITS AT THIS PLACE. ..ALSO I HAVE BEEN TO VERY NICE CONCERTS THAT THEY HAVE HAD IN A SMALL AND COMFORTABLE THEATRE THEY HAVE ON THE BACK SIDE OF THE GROUNDS....
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