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Honolulu: Oahu Sights and Bites Island Tour

1. Honolulu: Oahu Sights and Bites Island Tour

Discover the delicious cuisine and natural beauty of Oahu on a guided tour from Honolulu. Soak up the views and experience local flavors on a foodie sightseeing tour. Start your tour with pickup at selected hotels. Enjoy a scenic drive to the Diamond Head Lookout. Admire panoramic views and taste a local favorite Poi donut from Kamehameha Bakery. Continue along the coast to the famous Halona Point blowhole, and keep an eye out for humpback whales and green sea turtles. Visit the famous Halona Point blowhole, and keep an eye out for humpback whales and green sea turtles. Drive into the Koolau Mountains and take in breathtaking views from the Pali Lookout, the site of a fierce battle in 1795. Head to the Tropical Macadamia Nut Farm, to sample coffee, chocolate, and macadamia nuts. Stop for lunch (cash only, lunch not included in tour cost) at the Shrimp Truck and Kahuku Fruit stand. Head to Haleiwa town, where you can go shopping, and try delicious ice cream and other bites. End your tour with a taste of Dole Whip, a dairy-free pineapple dessert, at the Dole Pineapple Plantation.

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From Waikiki: Oahu Day Trip With Lunch and Snorkeling

2. From Waikiki: Oahu Day Trip With Lunch and Snorkeling

Explore the natural beauty of Oahu as you visit unique spots on and off the beaten path with an expert guide. Discover the local culture and tick off the best highlights on the Island. Start at Diamond Head Beach Lookout where you'll enjoy panoramic views along Diamond Head Road and a stop at the Amelia Earhart Monument. Next, head to the Halona Blowhole for views of Oahu's East Coast and the locally beloved Sandy Beach. Then visit a macadamia nut farm and sample local coffee, chocolate and macadamia nuts. Stop at the Mokoli’i Viewpoint, where you can snap some photos of the famous off-shore cone-shaped island. Enjoy a fresh seafood lunch at the Shrimp Truck. Then head to the famous Sunset Beach, for a stroll along the white-sand beaches. Here you'll be allowed to surf as well since your guides are certified lifeguards. You may even see some turtles. Finally, before driving back to Waikiki, visit the Dole Pineapple Plantation, enjoy a sweet treat and pick up some souvenirs.

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Oahu: Waikiki Beach Hoverboard Tour to Diamond Head

3. Oahu: Waikiki Beach Hoverboard Tour to Diamond Head

Start your hoverboarding adventure in front of Honolulu Zoo, where you will meet your local guide. After a safety instruction and practice session you will be able to start exploring the island. Put in your wireless audio receiver to learn about Hawaii's nature and history, and listen to traditional Hawaiian music as you hover from place to place. Start at Kapiolani Park and learn to recognize some of the most popular island trees. Take in the impressive beach views while learning about ancient Hawaiian and modern surfing on Oahu, the birthplace of surfing. Stop at a little known human sacrificial temple location and learn about Hawaii's ancient gods, kings, queens, and priestly Kahuna. Listen to Hawaiian instruments such as the slack key guitar and ukulele as you explore the bandstand, then take a profile picture-worthy photo at Diamond Head's most photogenic location. Hear about the island's volcanic birth, and learn how the fire goddess Pele created it all. Look for fish at a popular snorkeling and scuba location, then hover to the Waikiki War Memorial and Natatorium. Glide along a walkway to San Souci beach as you take in the charming historic cottages and multi-million dollar mansions. Then you'll ride up to Diamond Head Lighthouse to marvel at the panoramic ocean vistas. Stop to listen to tiki pop culture comedy songs, ride through an Indian banyan that is over a century old, and learn about Hawaii's first and last kings. See the palm tree-lined Kaimana Beach. Return to the start location listening to famous Hawaiian music.

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Honolulu: Full-Day Guided Hawaiian Food and Photo Tour

4. Honolulu: Full-Day Guided Hawaiian Food and Photo Tour

Experience the flavors of Hawaii on this full-day guided food tour. Stop for incredible photos along the way while sampling authentic Hawaiian cuisine. Start your adventure in the morning and head to the coffee shop for a local dish called the musubi. Continue to the Diamond Head Lookout and enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the ocean. From here, head to Leonard's Bakery and try the famous Portuguese malasada. Next, visit the Halona Blowhole and Makapu'u Lookout to capture the most amazing photos of Hawaii. Now it's time for the famous plate lunch. Try it with shrimp or steak or a combination of both and see why it's one of the most popular meals on the island. Then, treat yourself to a trip to the chocolate factory in Kailua. Learn about Hawaii's history of chocolate and the movement to make it a sustainable industry. Next, enjoy a scenic drive to the Ko'olau mountains, and stop at a popular poke shop. Get a sample plate of poke to try the different flavors of this local dish. If you're not interested, don't worry, your tour guide will eat it for you. After, head to a local family spot for a large selection of traditional Hawaiian dishes to sample. Here, enjoy the diverse flavors of Hawaiian food. Finish your tour at one of the most popular shave ice places near Waikiki. Pick up one of these famous treats before being dropped off at the departure point.

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What people are saying about Diamond Head Lookout

Our tour guide JD was extremely knowledgeable about the history and the beautiful culture of Hawaii. He was very efficient in getting us to all the sites in a timely fashion, avoiding traffic and the other tour buses that descended upon each stop. We had a wonderful authentic shrimp lunch with a vegan noodle option. I only wish we could have seen the Diamond Head Crater surrounding areas even though there was no time to hike it. I also wished we could have stopped by the starting point to the famous Falls. But JD was a phenomenal speaker and showed us various sights not on the program. I wish we could have seen Honolulu Bishop Square and the civic buildings there.

While living here during my tour of duty in the Army, we showed family and friends the same sites numerous times. We were very impressed at the depth of knowledge our driver, Kalae, a native Hawaiian, with an personable wit and humor. We would not hesitate going again on a future visit. We had a very unenjoyable day.

This is a great tour to see the island and get nice treats. There are amazing views along the way. In addition, there are tasty bites: dole ice cream, Fumi’s shrimp, shaved ice, different flavors of mac nuts and coffee.

Considering the weather rain, rain and more rain we had a wonderful day touring the island. Uncle D made it all good, his knowledge about the island and all of the history kept everyone engaged.

Shelly the tour guide was fabulous and Tootie the driver was amazing. They made our day. Fun, informative worth every penny! Loved loved loved