New Year’s Eve in Hawaii
Before you start your celebrations, be sure to take advantage of the short drive to the North Shore where you can visit world class surf destinations such as, Haleiwa historical town, Waimea Bay, Pipeline Beach, and Sunset Beach.Let us do the driving for you on any of our North Shore tours including; Tour 4A: Lost and Famous Films Experience, Tour 5A: Pearl Harbor/North Shore Combo, Tour 7A: Pearl Harbor/Circle Island Tour, Tour 9A: Full Day Scenic Island Oahu Tour, Tour 10A: Discover the North Shore Tour, Tour 11A: Pearl Harbor/Dole Pineapple Plantation/Polynesian Cultural Center Tour, Tour 13A: Polynesian Cultural Center & Deluxe Circle Island Tour, and Tour 14B: North Shore and Twilight Ali’i Luau Package.
The main attraction during New Year’s Eve is the fireworks.Every year the city of Honolulu produces the largest New Year’s Eve display in the state of Hawaii.Be swept away by the lights and explosions above your head as you feel the sand between your toes on the beaches of Waikiki.Or if the beach isn’t your scene you can also enjoy free live entertainment on multiple stages at the Aloha Tower Marketplace where you can view a separate firework display over the Honolulu Harbor.
For a truly memorable New Year’s Eve experience, ring in the New Year with a glass of Champaign off-shore while onboard one of the many different dinner cruises available.Experience Hawaii’s largest firework display from the water while enjoying live music, food, and one of the best vantage points on the island.
For those of you who are looking to rock into the New Year, the Sheraton Waikiki is the place to be.RumFire will be hosting a “Studio 54 meets Waikiki Beach” bash.Located directly on the beach RumFire will be sure to offer you both amazing views of the fireworks as well as a chance to dance in the New Year.This year, RumFire will be hosting one of the most iconic groups of the 70’s music scene, The Village People.Also rocking the place will be the R&B group The Stylistics.
Wherever the night may take you, I’m sure that you will find many ways to ring in the New Year truly “Island Style.” Hau’oli Makahiki Hou 2010!!