Diamond Head ( Amelia Earhart lookout)
Macadamia Nuts Farm
Come join us on a circle island adventure led by some of Hawaii’s most knowledgeable local guides and experience breathtaking lookouts to capture mind-blowing shots that will last a lifetime.
Go sightseeing around the majestic countrysides of the island, indulge in the local cuisines at the world famous shrimp trucks.
Stop at various legendary surf breaks see wave heights of up to 60 feet! at Pipeline and Waimea Bay. Snorkel with turtles, spinner dolphins, and a wide variety of exotic marine life at a sacred nature reserve on the North Shore.
Finally to sweeten things up we stop at the dole plantation to enjoy the delightful pineapple ice cream.
Every morning we start passengers pickups at 7:30.We send notifications, text message or email to remind passengers that buss is coming.
The beautiful Amelia Earhart lookout overlooking the blue ocean water.
A rock formation and blowhole on island of Oahu.
Notoriously known for its powerful shorebreaks and fine sand!
The eastmost point of Oahu rises 647 feet (197m) above the sea.
Gorgeous turquoise blue waters and white sand.
Tropical Farm on the Windward coast of Oahu for macadamia nuts.
Mokolili, also known among locals as Chinaman Hat because of its shape.
Enjoy the North Shore Shrimp Truck Experience.
Local Fruit Stands offer a treasure of local fresh fruits and vegetables.
Best of Oahu highlights and a beautiful surfing mecca.
Famous surf spot and known for its barreling waves.
Famous for its 60ft waves in the winter and the Eddie Aikau Competition.
Laniakea beach on Oahu North Shore is also known as Turtle Beach.
Marked by the historic Rainbow Bridge as you enter to North Shore.
Oahu famous historical pineapple farm.
Oahu's first Coffee Visitor Farm. Ther roast Hawaiian coffees daily on-site.
Arriving back to Honolulu around 5pm.
Timeline is projected time schedule and is subject to change.