Polynesian Cultural Center + Dole Plantation + North Shore Oahu Tour from Ko OlinaAverage rating:
Polynesian Cultural Center Performer
Beautiful Surf Beaches on North Shore – Waimea Bay
Polynesian Cultural Center Hula Performers
Polynesian Cultural Center
Ancient Polynesian Traditions at the Polynesian Cultural Center
Views of Windward Oahu from the Stunning Pali Lookout
North Shore Winter Waves
The Waikiki Experience
- Waimea Bay &
- Coffee Plantation
- La'ie Point &
- BBQ Polynesian Lunch Buffet
- Villages of Ancient Polynesia
- Tram Tour of La'ie
- Rainbows of Paradise Canoe Pageant
- Island Village Demonstrations
- Famous Waikiki Beach
- Duke Kahanamoku Statue
- Waikiki Beach Shops & Restaurants
About Your Tour
Explore the rich culture and beautiful scenery of Oahu the world-famous North Shore. We’ll stop at Dole Pineapple Plantation for fresh pineapple and tasty treats!
You will witness world-famous beaches along the North Shore like Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach. Learn about the Banzai Pipeline, where huge waves and daring professionals hit the beach in the winter season (that’s when the big waves roll in!). Then, see scenic lookouts like La`ie Point along the coastline of Northeast Oahu.
Experience the excitement of the Polynesian Cultural Center, where you’ll find native villages, cultural demonstrations, and interactive performances on the Center’s grounds. Discover rich history and customs of the Pacific, many that still hold strong today. From Tahiti to New Zealand, the Polynesian Cultural Center offers a day fun, activities and excitement.
Join us for a full-day tour packed with fun for everyone, and Oahu’s top attractions!
THE WAIKIKI EXPERIENCE
- Walk through famous Waikiki Beach
- Visit Shops & Restaurants
- Take a picture with Duke Kahanamoku Statue
What you’ll do
Finish your tour exploring the hustle and bustle of the Waikīkī Strip. Rich in history and culture, learn about the ancient origins and evolution of this world-famous neighborhood. Once a playground for Hawaiian royalty, Waikīkī is often referred to as the home of the ‘father of modern surfing’, Olympic gold medalist Duke Kahanamoku. From the epic waves to the enticing nightlife, come along with us as you bring to you a side of Waikīkī that you’ve never seen before. Discover the best shops, tastiest eateries, and best attractions that this small strip of paradise has to offer.
- Location: Waikiki Beach
- Difficulty Level: Easy
- Should be able to walk 2 city blocks