Majestic Circle Island Eco Tour from Ko Olina

185 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Day Trip
  • Pickup Service
  • E-Ticket
  • 7 hr

Come with us on an authentic adventure and discover all of Oahu’s majestic grandeur.  Be captivated by the unique beauty and the dramatic history found at every turn. (We will handle all the admission fees so no worries.) Stops and drive-by sites on the Majestic Circle Island may include:                     • Diamond Head Slopes and Kahala • Hanauma Bay Lookout (Closed every Tuesday) • Halona Blowhole and Lookout • Oahu’s Eastern Shoreline Sandy Beach, Makapuʻu Lookout, Waimanalo Hawaiian Homestead • Nuʻuanu Pali Lookout Ancient Hawaiian Battle Site • Byodo-In Temple & Valley • North Shore Surfing Beaches and Koʻolauloa Coast including Sunset Beach, Banzai Pipeline and Waimea Bay • Lunch stop en route. Meal purchase on own; bring cash (credit cards not accepted at all establishments) • Waimea Valley tour led by E Noa Guide  • Historic Dole Plantation

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Nu’uanu Pali

This is where King Kamehameha battled to unite the Hawaiian Islands.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Byodo-In Temple

You’ll find yourself in a mountain cleft gazing at the Byodo-In Temple. This remarkable structure commemorates the 100-year anniversary of the first Japanese immigrants.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: North Shore

View some of the worlds best surfing spots.

Stop At: Waimea Valley

Moving on, we’ll visit Waimea Valley. Led by your E Noa guide you will explore an ancient Hawaiian ahupua`a filled with tropical flowers, trees and birds. See historic sites along the way up to Waimea Valley’s 45’ waterfall, where you can swim. *Please bring swimwear and towel if planning on swimming, signed waiver required if swimming.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Dole Plantation

Next, we’ll journey to Dole Plantation with its rows of pineapple and sugarcane. Your E Noa guide will share the rich agricultural history of Oahu. And you’ll learn how the sweet and prickly pineapple became Hawaii’s symbol of hospitality.

Duration: 30 minutes
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