Top Hawaii Tours for Students

It’s the beginning of a new school year and the University of Hawaii is welcoming new students to its campuses. UH Manoa on Oahu is the largest UH campus throughout the islands, and we know there 40,000 students who are living in Hawaii for the first time in their lives.

If you’re a student, you’ve got to think about:

  • Price: Cost of living is higher in Hawaii than most states in America. If you’re going to take a tour in Hawaii, an affordable option is a must.
  • Time: Students are busy with classes, extracurricular activities and hanging out with friends. (For students in Hawaii, surfing takes up a lot of time too!).
  • Fun: No one wants to go on a boring tour, especially not students!

What options are available?

But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are the best Hawaii tours for students, each aimed to fit the needs of people concerned about price, time, and having a good time.Oahu Hidden Waterfall Eco-Adventure Hike Tour
A hidden hiking trail in Oahu’s Ko’olau Mountain takes you through a waterfall tucked away in the rainforest. Interesting narration combined with a up-close experience of Hawaii’s nature gives students the chance to explore hidden Hawaii. What’s great about this tour: You’ll be back at lunchtime to make that afternoon yoga class. Plus, it’s one of our most affordable tours!

Mauka to Makai: Zipline, Kayak, and Hike Adventure Tour

The ultimate outdoor adventure for active people. This tour is an extended version of the Oahu Hidden Waterfall hike, but with ziplining and kayaking too! What’s great about this tour: The best way to get in touch with Hawaii’s water, air, and land!

Arizona Memorial and Aloha Flea Market Tour

Everybody loves bargain shopping. Plus, this tour is the perfect way to experience Hawaii’s most historic attraction, Pearl Harbor. Students have the chance to learn from our passionate, expert Pearl Harbor guides and take advantage of great deals at Hawaii’s biggest swap meet! What’s great about this tour: Thinking about sending souvenirs back home? You’ll find everything at the flea market!

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