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Tours of Hawaii

With so much to see and do in Hawaii, planning it all yourself can be a daunting task. Guided tours are a great way to get expert knowledge and pack in a lot of sightseeing without the stress of driving. Here is a sampling of the tours you can take on your visit to Hawaii


Food & Farm Tours

Hawaii has a dynamic food culture that combines ancient traditions with global flavors brought to our islands by immigrants over hundreds of years. Food tours are the perfect way to taste a little bit of everything. Oahu-based Aloha Food Tours leads you to local Honolulu eateries to sample everything from taro lattes to loco moco—with shave ice for dessert, of course. Similar tours can be found on just about all of the major Hawaiian Islands. On the Island of Hawaii, you can take tours of honey farms and coffee plantations to taste our famous Kona coffee, fresh from the source. There are a variety of opportunities for farm and agricultural tours throughout the islands. 


Sightseeing & Adventure Tours

General sightseeing tours of our most visited attractions can be arranged throughout the Hawaiian Islands. To get a sampling of an entire island without creating your own itinerary, consider an all-island tour. You’ll get to see a little bit of everything, and you’ll never have to sit in the driver’s seat or open a map. 

For adventurous travelers, tours are a great way to safely experience Hawaii’s natural wonders. Helicopter tours are popular on many Hawaiian Islands. Soar above the Napali Coast on Kauai or steaming volcanoes and lava streams on the Island of Hawaii. On Maui, helicopter tours take you above the moon-like summit of Haleakala Crater. 

Boat tours and zipline adventures are just a few more examples of the tours you can take in Hawaii.


Cultural Tours

Immerse yourself in Hawaiian history and culture with a tour of sites like Iolani Palace on Oahu or Puuhonua o Honaunau—one of the many national historical sites on the Island of Hawaii. At the Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu, you can even visit different Polynesian villages, paddle a traditional outrigger canoe and experience an authentic luau and fire-dancing show. 

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HWC Story Wall at the Hoopulama Science and Discovery Center
Hawaii
Hawaii Wildlife Center
Summary

The Hawai‘i Wildlife Center (HWC) is a state-of-the-art native wildlife hospital and rehabilitation center. The facility features a science and discovery center and retail store. Science center admission is free. Donations are welcome. Public hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Haleakala - Maui
Multi-Island
Sunshine Helicopters
1 Kahului Airport Road - Hangar 107
Kahului, HI 96732
Summary

Sunshine Helicopters offers air tours of Maui, Molokai, Big Island Hawaii and Kauai. Over 90% of the State of Hawaii is accessible only by helicopter. Soar with us in the blue skies above the Hawaiian Islands aboard our "Black Beauty" state-of-the-art helicopters.

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Paradise in Ko Olina
Oahu
Paradise Helicopters
73-341 U'u St
Kailua-Kona, HI 96745
Summary

If you can dream it, we can do it. Paradise Helicopters offers you the opportunity to create memories that will last a lifetime while here in the islands. See volcanoes, waterfalls & more on our helicopter tours, exclusive landings and custom charters departing from Kona, Hilo and Turtle Bay Resort.

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Ultimate Circle tour
Oahu
Oahu Nature Tours
1649 Kalakaua Ave. #201
Honolulu, HI 96826
Summary

Join Oahu's original eco-tour company for a fun and educational hiking or sightseeing adventure. Spectacular scenery, excellent photographic opportunities, and information about the geology, archaeology, mythology and history of Hawaii await you on our half-day and full-day adventures.

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HO'OMAU RANCH home page
Hawaii
Ho'omau Ranch
89-1074 Old Mamalahoa Highway
Captain Cook, HI 96704-9998
Summary

HO'OMAU RANCH horseback riding, ATV UTV Tours. Ranch Stay and camping. Rare endemic, critically endangered tree species Loulu Palm Pritchardia schattaueri & Mehamehame. Hawaiian hoary bat, Mesic forest. Bird watch for endangered 'io, endemic 'apapane, 'elepaio and Pueo. Cattle pastures Agritourism!

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Hawaii
Rooster Farms
84-1245 Bruner Road
PO Box 370 Captain Cook, HI 96704
Captain Cook, HI 96704
Summary

Rooster Farms is the Oldest Organic Farm in Hawaii and has won prestigious cupping contests. Come visit our agroforest with Ed Chen, a Columbia educated Environmental Engineer for a farm tour, agricultural education, and Tara Cronin, a exhibited photographer on big island to learn about Kona coffee!

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