On this guided tour of Pearl Harbor, you can gain a deeper understanding of the 1941 attack on the US naval base and visit the USS Arizona Memorial, which pays tribute to those who lost their lives.
Things to do in Hawaii
Meanwhile, a visit to Pearl Harbor serves as a reminder of the history-defining event in Hawaii’s near history, with poignant memorials commemorating those who lost their lives on the day that propelled America into World War II.
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Experiences you have as you travel often hold the longest memories. As part of their research trips, our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know Hawaii, and the best local guides. These activities reflect some of their best-loved experiences.
Journeying to the summit of dormant volcano Mauna Kea for sunset, you can navigate the Hawaiian night sky by telescope under the expertise of your stargazing guide. On the way, you’ll see the lava flows of the volcanically shaped landscape.
Manta rays feed most prolifically at night, and on this experience you can snorkel above them as they glide slowly through the waters around Hawaii scooping up plankton. The trip is led by a team of qualified guides.
Take to the water on the Southern Star yacht, cruising along the Na Pali coastline off Kauai, to snorkel at one of Hawaii’s remoter snorkeling sites. The coast’s sheer cliffs, waterfalls and lava tubes are on display from the boat, as you sail by.
Accompanied by a local guide, you'll visit some of Hawaii Big Island’s volcanic sites on this private tour, as well as its beaches. The tour starts in Volcanoes National Park, viewing an active shield volcano, and can end on the coast.
On this guided snorkeling trip to Molokini Crater and Makena, two prime spots in Hawaii, you can view tropical fish and turtles. You also have the opportunity to see whales and dolphins during January to March.