Pearl Harbor/Dole Plantation/Polynesian Cultural Center
Live Historical Narration by expert guide
Dramatic Footage of the actual attack
Board Navy Shuttle to the Arizona Memorial
View the U.S. Pacific Fleet Headquarters
Visit the Arizona Memorial WWII museum
See the "Black Tears of the Arizona"
Visit the Dole Pineapple Pavilion
Discover Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach
Visit Hawaii's premier surfing beaches
Explore the Polynesian Cultural Center, and enjoy a BBQ Lunch Buffet (included)
About Your Tour
See the Polynesian Cultural Center, the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor and the Dole Pineapple Plantation on this perfect Hawaii combo tour!
Your day begins with a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor, where you will pay respects to the brave soldiers of December 7, 1941 and World War II. Learn all about the attacks and the impact that it had on the island of Oahu from your expert tour guide.
All of the best sites on Oahu are included in this full-day tour, including Oahu's world famous North Shore beaches. Enjoy endless beauty at Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach, where winter surf swells see wave heights reach 25 feet!
Don't forget about your tour of the Polynesian Cultural Center, where the villages of ancient Polynesia showcase island games and demonstrations. Learn to Hula, play the ukulele, and even climb trees to get the fruit growing at the very top! An authentic island style buffet lunch is included, filled with local favorites such as Poi, Kalua Pig, sweet bread, and so much more.
Seats for this full-day combo tour are filling fast and this is a tour that you do not want to miss. Take advantage of our risk-free reservations and money-back guarantee and book your tour today!
Extra Tour Information
BBQ Lunch Buffet at Polynesian Cultural Center
Snacks and Treats at Dole and Tropical Farms
Food and Water is available at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center for purchase
Tour Details and Tips
Roundtrip Waikiki Hotel Transportation
No Swim Suits
Sunscreen (If carry-on flight, must meet airline regulations; less than 3 ounces)
Government Photo Identification (Required for flight)
No bags at Pearl Harbor Get Details
Due to ceremonies honoring and commemorating the attacks of December 7, 1941, tours to Pearl Harbor will not operate on December 7, 2011.
Discover Hawaii Tours (DHT) cannot be held responsible for and cannot extend financial reimbursement for delays caused by factors such as traffic, weather, mechanical issues, or problems concerning Navy-operated shuttle boats. Ticketed access to the Arizona Memorial is first-come first-served, DHT cannot guarantee admission and cannot issue refunds if access to any tour stop is denied for any reason.
Seasons and climate conditions may affect tour stops. For example, North Shore ocean waves are much bigger in the winter. Discover Hawaii Tours is not responsible for changes in weather (that's Mother Nature's job, after all!).