- Waikiki Beach Hotel or Air BnB Pickup
- Historic World War II Narration
- Visit Oahu’s Pacific Historic Park and see film footage of December 7th attack
- Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, USS Arizona Memorial, USS Bowfin Submarine
- Ford Island Transportation, USS Missouri Battleship, Deck Tour of the ‘Mighty Mo’ USS Oklahoma Memorial
- Pacific Aviation Museum
- No-Host Lunch Stop at Laniakea Cafe (lunch not included in tour price)
- Downtown Honolulu City Tour: Iolani Palace and Kawaiahao Church, Punchbowl National Cemetery, King Kamehameha the Great Statue, Ali’iolani Hale & Hawaii State Capitol
Starting with pickup from your hotel or the Honolulu airport, we begin a historic narration that sets you up for a day of exploring Hawaii’s rich history both in Pearl Harbor and around Honolulu. Enjoy Oahu’s Pacific Parks and learn about bravery at World War II Valor In The Pacific National Monument. Feel the reverence given to those fallen sailors at the USS Arizona Memorial, USS Oklahoma Memorial and in the Punchbowl National Cemetery.
After a short video, ride out to USS Arizona Memorial to view the sunken battleship and pay respects to the sailors still interred there. Take a short walk around the visitor center to the USS Bowfin, a submarine with its example sub-launched ballistic missiles. Afterwards, board a real-life battleship, the USS Missouri to understand more about life on the seas.
The last stop in Pearl Harbor is the Pacific Aviation Museum where you are inspired by the heroism of the pilots and their outrageous stories of courage. See the planes, both new and antique, in various states of preservation that will delight young and old alike.
From here we’ll travel through Honolulu, sightseeing the buildings that were built when the Hawaiian monarchy still ruled. And lastly, we’ll make our way to the serene, yet beautiful Punchbowl National Cemetery before returning you to your hotel.
Schedule & Duration
Schedules for The Complete Pearl Harbor Experience – 10 hours
|6:30 AM||Pick up from your Waikiki Hotel|
|7:15 AM||Arrive at Pearl Harbor|
|8:00 AM||View Documentary film|
|8:30 AM||Board Navy boat for your solemn visit to the USS Arizona Memorial|
|9:15 AM||Visit Pearl Harbor Visitors Center
Visit museum and exhibits
|10:15 AM||Visit the USS Bowfin Submarine, know as the Pearl Harbor Avenger|
|11:15 AM||Board shuttle to Ford Island|
|11:30 AM||Arrive at the Battleship USS Missouri. Tour the USS Missouri|
|1:00 PM||Depart to Pacific Aviation for lunch on your own at the Laniakea Cafe|
|1:45 PM||Visit the Pacific Aviation Museum|
|2:15 PM||Board shuttle back to Pearl Harbor|
|3:15 PM||Depart to National Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl Crater|
|3:45 PM||Honolulu Historic Visit and Sightseeing
|5:30 PM||Return to your Waikiki Hotel|
*Tour Highlights may change or updated due to route change in event of weather or traffic situations beyond our control
Dress comfortably but remember that shirts and shoes are required on the USS Arizona Memorial; swimwear is not allowed. Bags are not allowed on the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center but if needed can be checked and stored for $ 3.00 per item.
In the event of cancellation or request change to your reservation, please note the following. Tours originating from Oahu, there is no charge for date change or tour change based on tour availability. Any request for a refund prior to 48 hours is honored with a full refund, minus a 10% cancellation fee. No refunds issued for any tours within the 48 hour period, prior to the start of your tour.
Pearl Harbor Tours originating from the Islands of Maui, Big Island and Kauai may incur up to $100.00 per person airline change fee for any changes to the original booking. Any request for a refund prior to 48 hours is only allowed a 50% refund of tour cost; due to airline policy your confirmed airfare is non-refundable. No refunds issued for any tours within the 48 hour period, prior to the start of your tour.
Due to the ceremony honoring the attacks of December 7, 1941, we will not operate tours to Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial on December 7, 2013.