For visitors to the Island of Oahu, there is no shortage of activities to participate in and sights to see. Your vacation time is important; why waste it? If you are someone who values their time and wants to cover as much as possible in a single day, we have an excellent tour for you. Our Oahu North Shore circle island and Oahu Horseback Riding Tour is perfect for those who love nature and want to take in the natural beauty of the Island of Oahu. Our private tour offers you the ability to go on an Oahu Circle Island tour with horseback riding on a beautiful oceanside trail in a clean, comfortable, air-conditioned minivan that will tour you in comfort. Our professional chauffeur, who speaks fluent English, will take you on an unforgettable, Oahu circle Island Tour, and North Shore Horseback Riding tour is a full-day tour ( about 7-8 hours ). This tour departs from the Honolulu International Airport, Honolulu Port, or Waikiki Beach hotels.
This tour is for people who want to take in the natural beauty of Hawaii. Stop to view Chinaman’s hat, an Island resembling a Chinese coolie’s hat. Cruise by the famous surfing beaches on Oahu’s North Shore. Stop to view the famous Sunset Beach. Cruise through scenic Haleiwa Town. Then on to the horseback riding. You will have a chance to ride a majestic horse past open farmland and down a scenic North Shore ocean-view riding trail with breathtaking views of the coastline. Stop at the famous Dole Plantation. The Dole Plantation is Hawaii’s second most visited attraction and home of the famous Dole Whip ice cream. On the way back to the Honolulu Airport, Honolulu Port, or Waikiki Hotels, you will be taken on a short drive-through tour of Downtown Honolulu. You get to see the famous golden statue of Hawaii’s legendary monarch, King Kamehameha the Great. View the famous Iolani Palace, the only Royal Palace on American soil. See the historic Washington Place, the historic home of Hawaii’s Governors. View the unique architecture of the Hawaii State Capitol building. We will also take you on a drive-through of Punchbowl Cemetery, the final resting place of many U.S. service members from WWI to the present.
What Is Included In This Tour
Your private round-trip pickup at the Honolulu Airport, Honolulu Port, or Waikiki hotels
Horseback Riding on the North Shore
Stop at China Man’s Hat
Cruise past famous North Shore surfing beaches
Stop at Sunset Beach
Lunch stop (non-hosted)
Cruise through Haleiwa
Stop at Dole Plantation- The second-largest visitor attraction on Oahu
1- Closed toe shoes are required. Sunglasses are recommended. 2- Horseback rides are for ages 10 and older. Younger children will require additional arrangements. 4- There is a maximum weight limit of 200 lbs. for horseback riding. Up to two guests over 200 lbs may be accommodated with prior arrangements.
1- A moderate amount of walking is involved in this tour. 2- Please be sure to be ready for pickup at the designated pickup location at least a few minutes before the appointed time. 3- The tour vehicle will not be able to wait for you and will have to continue with the pickups. 4- Please exercise care while entering or exiting the tour vehicle as there may be a high step into or out of the vehicle. 5- No bags of any kind, brand, size, color, or for any reason are allowed to enter the Pearl Harbor visitor center. 6- Please absolutely bring no bags with you. 7- Bags may not be left inside our tour vehicle. 8- If you have a bag, you will need to check them into the visitor center bag storage. 9- This costs money, and you may have to wait in a long line to check in your bags. 10-You may lose a portion of your tour, or your Arizona boat ticket may expire. 11- Please do not bring any bag of any size, color, or brand with you for any purpose. (Clear see-through bags are permitted should you need to bring essential items such as diapers and formula for infants or medication such as insulin). 12- Please pay attention to the weather reports; if you feel you need to, you may bring a jacket, but we will not be able to hold on to it for you should you end up not needing it, and you will have to take it with you on the entire tour. 13- Tour and ticket times may change based on traffic, federal government regulations, or new Pearl Harbor restrictions.14- No food or drink is allowed on the tour vehicle. While many of us enjoy a hot cup of coffee to start the day, please drink it well before the pickup time. Beverages are not allowed on the tour vehicle, and if you have any with you, you must dispose of them before boarding the vehicle. 15- (Covered water bottles containing water are permitted). For the safety of all passengers, weapons are not allowed on the tour vehicle.
1-Rates are subject to Hawaii State tax. 2- Rates and schedules are subject to change without notice, and all confirmed reservations will be honored.3-Lunch is not included in the tours unless it is specified in the description of the tour. 4- Food is available at Pearl Harbor to purchase. 5- You will receive a full refund if the tour is canceled in writing at least 24 hours before the service date for all private tours. 6- We shall not be liable for any injury, loss, damage, or accident to persons or property of any individual on tour from any cause beyond its control. 7- We are not responsible for and do not extend financial reimbursement for delays caused by factors beyond our control, such as traffic, weather, sudden mechanical issues, car accident, or problems concerning the Navy-operated shuttle boats. The U.S. Navy reserves the right to shut down the boats for public safety at any time. Such action is beyond our control and power. 8-We cannot be held responsible for the actions of the U.S. Navy or the National Park Service. 9- The duration of transfers is approximate. 10-The exact duration is subject to the time of day and traffic conditions. 11- Pearl Harbor National Memorial is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
Here Are Some Points Of Interest That You Will See On Your Tour:
Iolani Palace was constructed in 1882 under the order of King David Kalakaua. By 1887, Iolani Palace had been furnished with electricity and a phone line. The palace served as the official residence of the Kings and Queens of the Kingdom of Hawaii until the last monarch, Queen Liliuokalani, was overthrown in 1891. The building then served as the capital building of Hawaii until 1969. Iolani Palace has since been restored and is accessible to the public with reservations.
Called the “Arlington of the Pacific,” the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, also known as Punchbowl cemetery, was founded in 1949. The Cemetery contains over 61,000 graves. The cemetery is the final resting place for Veterans from WWI to today and their families. There are still a number of graves from WWII and the Korean War marked as Unknown. The central memorial is dedicated to those soldiers and sailors who are Missing in Action, unrecovered, or who were buried at sea. The most famous feature of that memorial is the sculpture of Lady Columbia which was featured in both versions of Hawaii Five-O.
As you drive by Kaneohe Bay, you will notice a conical Islet Many of the locals know it as Chinaman’s Hat. Looking at it, it is clear how it got that name. The Hawaiian name for it is Mokolii. Mokolii is owned by the City and County of Honolulu and is managed by State and Federal wildlife services. The islet is a nesting place for seabirds and is home to many species of native plants, some of which are critically endangered. Once part of the main Island, until erosion separated it, the Islet is accessible by kayak, boat, swimming, or wading at low tide. One can visit the Islet during daylight hours.
Sitting at the mouth of the Anahulu Stream is the quaint town called Haleiwa. Going through the town will be almost like going back in a time machine. Many of the buildings date back to the old plantation days of the early 20th century. Ever since the town was designated a State cultural, historical, and scenic district, even the new buildings have to stick to the town’s old plantation aesthetic. Despite its small-town feel, Haleiwa is the commercial center on Oahu’s North Shore. Many people who travel to the North Shore for surfing or sightseeing usually end up in Haleiwa for a rest stop. One of the most popular places to go in Haleiwa is Matsumoto’s Shave Ice. Matsumoto’s is a long-time fixture in Haleiwa and is world-famous for its shaved ice desserts.
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