Grand Circle Tour Oahu

Grand Circle Tour

Waimea Pixabay Public Domain

Waimea Pixabay Public Domain

This extremely entertaining tour will take you through 120 miles of Oahu's top attractions and most beautiful sights, showing off 'the best of the best of Oahu'.

Your friendly and knowledgeable tour guides will provide live narration along the way, allowing you to learn interesting historical and cultural facts along the way.

Here is what you can expect to see during your tour:

  • Dole Pineapple Plantation - The world-famous fruit brand will offer your group an insider's look at their pineapple operations, with a longstanding history here in Oahu. Explore exhibits, gardens, shopping opportunities, and even an onsite eatery with local Island favorites. 
  • Haleiwa Surf Town - Haleiwa, or North Shore, is known as the Surfing Capital of the World, an old community dating back to the 1900s that was once devoted to the sugar plantation industry. This historic surfing town holds surf shops, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants within old plantation-era buildings, and is just located one hour from Waikiki. 
  • Schofield Barracks - Drive by the home to the 25th Infantry Division, the army base located at the foot of the Waianae Mountain Range, close to Wahiawa, just separated by Lake Wilson. This base was established in 1908 as a mobile defense of Pearl Harbor, today known as the largest army post in Hawaii. 
  • Laniakea Turtle Beach - Get closer to mother nature at Laniakea Turtle Beach, the spot in the North Shore area that holds giant green Sea Turtles, these amazing animals basking in the sun daily here. The beach holds rocky coves, lush palm trees, and endless sky, making for the perfect beach getaway for anyone, not just the turtles! 
  • Waimea Surf Beach - Another North Shore beach must-see is Waimea Bay, the popular beach known for its 30-foot waves in the winter. This is the top place to watch some of the world's best and bravest surfers, the spot a pilgrimage for many professional surfers. In the summertime, you can enjoy calm waters perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. 
  • Pipeline Surf Beach - Pipeline Surf Beach, otherwise known as Banzai Pipeline, is a surf reef break located off of Ehuka Beach Park in the North Shore area of Oahu. This spot is known worldwide for its 'perfect barreling' waves along the reef break, another must-visit spot for pro surfers. 
  • Sunset Surf Beach - Another essential surf spot welcomes you at Sunset Surf Beach, a spot so good for surfing, it's in the name! Enjoy big-wave surf action in the winter, and perfect flat snorkel conditions in the summer. This spot also boasts the best sunsets in Hawaii, as you could have guessed by its name. 
  • Kahuku Shrimp Farm - Kahuku Shrimp is an island staple, and a look at the Kahuku Shrimp Farm is a delight for any visitor. See the aquaculture farm that raises the sweet and tasty shrimp and prawn, then make a note to stop by Romy's Kahuku Prawns and Shrimp Inc. for a tasty treat later on!
  • Laie Mormon Temple - This 'Taj Mahal of the Pacific' offers guests verdant grounds with several tranquil reflecting pools, plus a very nice Visitor Center onsite teaching visitors all about the church, the religion, and the town of Laie in general. 
  • Polynesian Cultural Center - Explore the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands, the entire property containing over 42-acres of tropical splendor, traditional culture, and intriguing local history.