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Tours of Hawaiʻi

With so much to see and do in Hawaiʻi, 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 Hawaiʻi

Food & Farm Tours

Hawaiʻi 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. O‘ahu-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 Hawaiʻi, 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 Hawaiʻi’s natural wonders. Helicopter tours are popular on many Hawaiian Islands. Soar above the Nāpali Coast on Kauaʻi or steaming volcanoes and lava streams on the Island of Hawaiʻi. On Maui, helicopter tours take you above the moon-like summit of Haleakalā Crater. 

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

Cultural Tours

Immerse yourself in Hawaiian history and culture with a tour of sites like ʻIolani Palace on Oʻahu or Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau—one of the many national historical sites on the Island of Hawaiʻi. At the Polynesian Cultural Center on Oʻahu, you can even visit different Polynesian villages, paddle a traditional outrigger canoe and experience an authentic lūʻau and fire-dancing show. 

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