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Oahu: Exclusive Private Romantic Flight

1. Oahu: Exclusive Private Romantic Flight

Your private helicopter ride begins over the island’s South Shore for a chance to see the familiar Waikiki skyline and Diamond Head from a bird’s eye view.  Continue on to Hanauma Bay’s beautiful, sheltered waters, and the nearby cliffs and volcanic outcroppings. Rounding Makapu’u Point, follow the Windward Coast and its long stretches of white sand beaches and turquoise waters, leading to the three sharp peaks of Mt. Olomana, characteristic of its English translation, “divided hill.”  Halfway through the flight, you’ll descend gracefully into a stunning valley on the Windward Coast. Your 15-minute stay inside this private and lush oasis includes Wailua chocolates, a champagne toast, leis — all the making of lifelong memories, far away from the crowds at tourist attractions. Gaze across the verdant field, surrounded on all sides by misty mountains, rising towards the blue sky.  Hopping back into the helicopter, explore the forests and emerald cliffs of the awe-inspiring Ka’a’awa Valley, flying in close for a view of Oahu’s highest waterfall, Sacred Falls. The tour ends with a flyover of the Dole Pineapple Plantation and low-altitude views of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial. Propose in-flight or at the Ranch; your local partner will be sure to make it a total surprise so you get that “Yes!” you’re hoping for.

Oahu: Half-Day Private Sightseeing Tour

2. Oahu: Half-Day Private Sightseeing Tour

A "no rush" private tour which is customized for you, your family and friends. You will be hosted by an experienced guide who knows the island including, it's history, culture, flora and wildlife. They will love to share all of it with you. Because your tour will be customized for your group, you will be taken to some of the sights and locations that will work best within your half day (5 hour) tour. Then, you will be offered an itinerary, with special requests being honored. The itineraries vary with each tour, some suggested spots include Lanai Point, Halona Blowhole, Sandy's Beach, Makapu'u,  Pali Lookout, and the Byodo-in Temple.   Your tour starts with pick-up at a time of your choosing. As you drive to the different locations, you are more than welcome to stop if you see something interesting along the way, such as a Hawaiian monk seal who just happens to be basking on the beach or a rainbow on the horizon. This is both a flexible and a visual road trip with every day providing different sights to see. For half day tours, you will usually stop at between 5-7 locations. Time spent at each location is up to you, with no rush to move on with the tour until you feel ready. You will visit scenic and historic sites and will also be able to stop for a snack and/or lunch if you desire.   

Oahu: Doors-Off Circle Island Helicopter Experience

3. Oahu: Doors-Off Circle Island Helicopter Experience

Covering the island of O‘ahu from above, this is the only full circle tour of O‘ahu by a doors-off helicopter. You'll see incredible aerial views, starting with a glimpse of history as you fly over Pearl Harbor, WWII Arizona Memorial, and Battleship Missouri. Next, soar above the bustling Honolulu harbor, beautiful Waikīkī, and the iconic Diamond Head Crater. Heading further east, you’ll overfly Koko Head Crater and Hanauma Bay before seeing Sandy Beach and Makapu‘u Lighthouse. Heading north, you will come across the fantastic coral formations of Kāne‘ohe Bay, Mokoli‘i (Chinaman’s Hat), and take a peek into “Jurassic Park” — or, as it has been known locally for hundreds of years, Ka‘a‘awa Valley. The thousand-foot cascade of Kaliuwa‘a (Sacred Falls) is a stunning view and is accessible only by air. Then you’ll see the Polynesian Cultural Center, Turtle Bay Resort, and world-famous surfing spots of the North Shore: Sunset, Pipeline, Waimea Bay, and more. As you round Ka‘ena Point you get a glimpse of the serene Wai‘anae Coast, a hidden gem of the island. Uncrowded and glorious white sand beaches such as Yokohama, Mākaha, and Pōka‘i lace the coast. Historic Mākaha Valley comes into view on the return back to Ko‘olina.

Oahu: Island Highlights Tour with Transfer and Food Sampling

4. Oahu: Island Highlights Tour with Transfer and Food Sampling

Explore the whole island of Oahu in one single trip on this guided journey. Enjoy the beautiful natural scenery and snap pictures of your favorite landmarks and sample locally grown foods. Visit the world-renowned Dole Plantation for the possibility to buy a refreshing pineapple treat. From Waikiki, travel along the east coast of Oahu, while making photo stops at Diamond Head Beach Park lookout and Blow Hole lookout. Sample Hawaiian coffee and various nuts at the Macadamia Nut Farm before continuing north. Drive through the North Shore, where the world's best surfers compete in the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. See Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach, and Banzai Pipeline, then arrive at Haleiwa Town for some time to relax, shop or try some famous shaved ice. Ride back to Waikiki with a stop at Dole Plantation, where you can purchase a world-famous pineapple Dole Whip.

From Waikiki: Manoa Valley Private Hiking Trip & Waterfall

5. From Waikiki: Manoa Valley Private Hiking Trip & Waterfall

Discover the magic of the rainforest on the Hawaiian island of Oahu on a private hiking trip from Waikiki. Trek through bamboo forests, large fern gardens, and beneath trees that are over a century old to reach a 45-meter high waterfall. Reward yourself with a delicious Hawaiian shave ice dessert. Get picked up from your accommodations in Waikiki and drive through the picturesque jungle scenery to the Manoa Valley. Start your hike at the base of the Ko'olau Range, a dormant shield volcano. Follow your guide along the rainforest trail, learning about the endemic plant and tree species that thrive in this area. Arrive at a spectacular waterfall, 45 meters high, and splash your feet in the shallow pool. Cool off with a traditional Hawaiian shave ice dessert and get transferred back to your accommodations in Waikiki.

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This is by far 1 of the best ways to see the island. This would be one of the first things to do to on your visit to the island. We did doors off, highly recommend! With your pilot/tour guide (Riley) will show you great places to visit during your stay to get the best experience of this beautiful island. Best of all is the private stop on the way, high up on the ridge alone (briefly, but worth it) to share this amazing view and moment in time with the one you love. Will definitely do this again...

Amazing tour, Jenny was our driver and she informed us on a lot of The islands history from the moment we entered the transp until we left. She brought us to many locations and showed us a few things off of the beaten path. She also recommended many places and experiences that aren’t listed online. The trip was a full half day and she didn’t find any filler, everything was a great experience.

Andy was excellent. He was very knowledgeable and answered all of our questions. The best way to see the island!