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From Ko Olina:Pearl Harbor USS Arizona & Missouri
Visit Pearl Harbor to join the USS Arizona Memorial Program with a reserved ticket and roundtrip transfer from Ko Olina. Drive past the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific and Honolulu city.
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- Pay homage to the fallen soldiers of Pearl Harbor at the USS Arizona Memorial
- Take a narrated drive through Honolulu and pass the National Memorial Cemetery
- Have your shuttle boat and program ticket reserved to the USS Arizona Memorial
- Coastal Wonders: Sandy Beach, Halona Blowhole, Hanauma Bay beauty
- Panoramic Heights: Tantalus Lookout, Pali Lookout, Kahala scenic drive
DescriptionGet to Pearl Harbor with a convenient roundtrip transfer from Ko Olina. Watch the Pearl Harbor Documentary, visit the Road to War Museum, see the Attack Gallery, and use your reserved ticket to enter the USS Arizona Memorial Program. Drive by important landmarks along the way. Your day begins with a convenient pickup from a Waikiki hotel. Ride in an air conditioned vehicle and listen to your driver as they tell you stories about Hawaii on the way to the Pearl Harbor. Once you arrive at Pearl Harbor, be personally escorted into the Visitor's Center where you will be given detailed instructions on how to enjoy the grounds. During your time there see the Pearl Harbor Documentary, browse the Road to War Museum, and see the Attack Gallery. Skip the hassle of arranging your own entry by using your reserved ticket to the USS Arizona Memorial Program. Take the boat shuttle and spend time at the memorial. On the way back to Waikiki, enjoy a quick drive through the city to check out the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific and Historic Honolulu City.
IncludesBoat tickets to USS Arizona Memorial Pickup and drop-off from Waikiki hotels In-person briefing at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center
- Do not bring any bags or purses on the tour, only a cell phone and whatever you can fit into your pockets