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Explore a real Polynesian village, followed by a sunset luau, at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Show your little ones a piece of history with a tour of Pearl Harbor. Or explore Hawaii's underwater world on a submarine tour. The possibilities are just about endless (and so is the fun).
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Explore the many wonderful things to do in Hawaii. Visit the Polynesian Cultural Center, tour the USS Arizona Memorial, or attend a traditional luau. Book your vacation activities now and make the most of your time in the islands!
Admission prices: $12 Adults, $5 Children (4-12), FREE Children 3 & under, $8 Kama ‘aina, $8 Active Duty Military, $5 Seniors(65+), $5 persons with disabilities, FREE Fowa Board Members. 2014 marks the 110th anniversary of the aquarium making the Waikiki Aquarium the 2nd oldest in the United States
Piiholo Ranch Zipline offers side-by-side zip tours, treetop zip tours, hiking tours, and an exclusive Zip & Waterfall Hike Combo tour. Zip high over trees and deep ravines with spectacular views from Upcountry Maui. Choose your adventure!
The company produces carnivals, fairs, and festivals; operates indoor family entertainment centers; creates carnival-themed parties for corporate events and conventions; and rents large clear-span structures, tents, and rides.
Experience an exhilarating and enchanting journey through Hawaiian history—and discover its deep cultural roots in canoe (waʻa) exploration, which brought the first ancient explorers to the shores of Ko Olina.
Educational tour of the native plants, history of the sugarcane plantation and architectural history of the mansion. Conducted by the owner Ms. Leona Wilson.