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Delve into Hawaii's World War II history with an all-day visit to Pearl Harbor and the major landmarks of Oahu. See the sites that marked both the beginning and end of American involvement in the war and drive by Punchbowl Cemetery and downtown Honolulu.

Your day starts with a short flight from Kauai to Oahu, where a comfortable bus waits to take you to Pearl Harbor. Go directly to the visitor center, where a short film presents a harrowing overview of the 1941 bombing by Japanese Imperial forces.

Ferry out to the USS Arizona Memorial, built above the ghostly wreckage of the battleship that sunk that fateful day, taking over a thousand sailors and marines down with it. From there, head to the USS Missouri. The last battleship built by the US Navy, Big Mo’s deck is the very spot where Japan formally surrendered to the United States.

Hop back in the bus and wind up at the Punchbowl National Memorial of the Pacific, a gorgeously landscaped cemetery that is the peaceful final resting place of 34,000 veterans.

Next make your way through bustling, beachfront downtown Honolulu and Waikiki. Pass by Iolani Palace—a stately residence and the only royal palace on American soil—and cruise by historic Kawaiaha’o Church. A towering 18-foot (5-m) statue of King Kamehameha, unifier of the Hawaiian Islands, bids you aloha as you head back to the airport for your return flight to Kauai.

Delve into Hawaii's World War II history with an all-day visit to Pearl Harbor and the major landmarks of Oahu. See the sites that marked both the beginning and end of American involvement in the war and drive by Punchbowl Cemetery and downtown Honolulu.

Your day starts with a short flight from Kauai to Oahu, where a comfortable bus waits to take you to Pearl Harbor. Go directly to the visitor center, where a short film presents a harrowing overview of the 1941 bombing by Japanese Imperial forces.

Ferry out to the USS Arizona Memorial, built above the ghostly wreckage of the battleship that sunk that fateful day, taking over a thousand sailors and marines down with it. From there, head to the USS Missouri. The last battleship built by the US Navy, Big Mo’s deck is the very spot where Japan formally surrendered to the United States.

Hop back in the bus and wind up at the Punchbowl National Memorial of the Pacific, a gorgeously landscaped cemetery that is the peaceful final resting place of 34,000 veterans.

Next make your way through bustling, beachfront downtown Honolulu and Waikiki. Pass by Iolani Palace—a stately residence and the only royal palace on American soil—and cruise by historic Kawaiaha’o Church. A towering 18-foot (5-m) statue of King Kamehameha, unifier of the Hawaiian Islands, bids you aloha as you head back to the airport for your return flight to Kauai.

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Pearl Harbor Day Tour

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Pearl Harbor, Historic Honolulu & Waikiki in 1 day

Activity/Location

Lihue International Airport

3901 Mokulele Loop

Lihue 96766


Description

Delve into Hawaii's World War II history with an all-day visit to Pearl Harbor and the major landmarks of Oahu. See the sites that marked both the beginning and end of American involvement in the war and drive by Punchbowl Cemetery and downtown Honolulu.

Your day starts with a short flight from Kauai to Oahu, where a comfortable bus waits to take you to Pearl Harbor. Go directly to the visitor center, where a short film presents a harrowing overview of the 1941 bombing by Japanese Imperial forces.

Ferry out to the USS Arizona Memorial, built above the ghostly wreckage of the battleship that sunk that fateful day, taking over a thousand sailors and marines down with it. From there, head to the USS Missouri. The last battleship built by the US Navy, Big Mo’s deck is the very spot where Japan formally surrendered to the United States.

Hop back in the bus and wind up at the Punchbowl National Memorial of the Pacific, a gorgeously landscaped cemetery that is the peaceful final resting place of 34,000 veterans.

Next make your way through bustling, beachfront downtown Honolulu and Waikiki. Pass by Iolani Palace—a stately residence and the only royal palace on American soil—and cruise by historic Kawaiaha’o Church. A towering 18-foot (5-m) statue of King Kamehameha, unifier of the Hawaiian Islands, bids you aloha as you head back to the airport for your return flight to Kauai.


Highlights

  • All-day tour of Pearl Harbor & Honolulu sites

  • Visit to the USS Arizona Memorial & the USS Missouri

  • Viewing beautiful & serene Punchbowl National Cemetery

  • Expert guide provides historical & cultural commentary

  • A drive through historic Honoulu & bustling Waikiki


Inclusions

  • Visit to Pearl Harbor & Honolulu

  • Admission fees

  • Skip-the-line privileges at Pearl Harbor

  • Roundtrip flight between Kauai & Oahu

  • Live narration in English


Exclusions

  • No-host lunch in Waikiki

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from your hotel


Know Before You Book

  • Airline surcharge may apply.

  • You must present a valid photo ID on the activity day.

  • On rare occasion you are not allowed to visit the Arizona Memorial, you will be able to see the Arizona exhibits and visitor's center, the USS Bowfin, and other monuments at the park.

  • Check-in varies depending on your flight time. You will receive confirmation of check-in time once booking is received.


Cancellation Policy

This reservation is non-refundable and cannot be changed or cancelled after booking.

Location

Lihue International Airport, 3901 Mokulele Loop, Lihue, HI 96766, United States