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Spectacular Sunset Views!!
Take a scenic 120 mile trip around the beautiful island of Oahu. Journey up to the Amelia Earhart Lookout atop Diamond Head to enjoy panoramic views of Honolulu and even catch a view of some of Oahu`s most impressive homes in the Kahala area. Also enjoy the view from the lookout over Hanauma Bay, a Hawaiian Marine Preserve (closed Tuesdays), then continue along the coastline to the famous Halona Blowhole, Sandy`s Beach and Makapu`u Point. Get out that camera to capture the view of Windward Oahu from the scenic Nu`uanu Pali Lookout.
Visit the Byodo-In Temple in the Valley of the Temples in Kaneohe, set against the majestic Ko`olau Mountains. Take a minute to meditate and take in the beautiful temple grounds, including traditional Japanese gardens and a koi pond.
Enjoy the Kualoa Ranch Legends and Legacy tour including a scenic drive into the Ko`olau mountains to a lookout to view the famous Chinaman`s Hat and Kaneohe Bay. This narrated tour of the history and legends of the ranch will surely be a fascinating and memorable experience. See the world famous North Shore beaches of Sunset, Banzai Pipeline, and Waimea Bay, home to big wave surfing and surf competitions like the Vans Triple Crown of Surf.
Visit the Dole Plantation villages and discover the long history of Hawaii`s pineapple industry. Enjoy a no host lunch at a Windward Oahu restaurant. This is sure to be an unforgettable Hawaiian experience.
Activity Duration: 9.5 Hours
Activity Available: Daily at 8:15 AM
Amelia Earhart Lookout atop Diamond Head
Drive through Kahala District
Hanauma Bay (closed Tuesdays)
Sandy's Beach and Makapu`u Point
Nu`uanu Pali Lookout
Byodo-In temple (admission included)
Kualoa Ranch Legends and Legacy tour (Tram ride included)
View Chinaman's Hat, Kahana Bay, and North Shore beaches at Sunset and Waimea Bay
Coffee and pineapple farms of Central Oahu