What’s new at Discover Hawaii Tours: The Hawaii Travel Guide

We introduced a brand new Hawaii Travel Guide this month, designed to help you plan your vacation and learn more about Hawaii’s popular destinations.Actually, our Hawaii travel guide has been around for a few months now. But  we finally re-designed it with an easy-to-navigate layout, big photos, categories to choose from and lots of interesting information you’ll find useful on your vacation! Check out our Hawaii Travel Guide here. Learn more about the Top 5 most popular attractions:

#1 Pearl Harbor Visitor Center

What’s this attraction about?

History at its finest: welcome to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where a world of exploration through wartime history awaits. Sweeping views of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial serve as a backdrop to this serene, contemplative landscape. Experience exciting museums, meet some of the last remaining Pearl Harbor survivors, watch a documentary featuring real footage and step aboard the Arizona Memorial to give respect to those lives lost. Don’t forget to visit the USS Bowfin Submarine, the USS Missouri Battleship, and Ford Island during your visit.

#2 North Shore Beaches

What’s this attraction about?

Home to some of the best surf spots—and the best surfers—on the planet, Oahu features a string of sandy North Shore BeachesWaimea BaySunset BeachBanzai Pipeline and Ehukai. Most every beachfront is home to a major surfing competition in the winter months, hosted by international surf companies. The rural towns of North Shore include Haleiwa, Waialua, Pupukea and several more.North Shore is also home to cattle ranches, agricultural fields, cultural attractions and much more! Don’t forget to check out La’ie PointKualoa RanchTropical Farms and the Byodo-In Temple.

#3 Dole Pineapple Plantation Pavilion

What’s this attraction about?

For the freshest pineapple on Oahu, the Dole Pineapple Pavilion at Dole Plantation is the place to be! Sample refreshing, unique pineapple treats, shop for exclusive gifts and walk the pineapple garden to see exotic varieties of pineapple like the Red Saigon. Anything and everything pineapple you could ask for, Dole’s got it!

#4 USS Arizona Memorial

What’s this attraction about?

The most visited attraction on Oahu, the USS Arizona Memorial at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center hosts over one million people every year. At this contemplative Pearl Harbor memorial, a near endless supply of oil, the “Black Tears of the Arizona,” seeps from the sunken battleship below. Accessible only by boat, the USS Arizona Memorial crosses over the sunken hull of the battleship without ever touching it. Nearby you’ll find the USS Bowfin Submarine and USS Missouri Battle Ship on Ford Island.

#5 Polynesian Cultural Center

What’s this attraction about?

Discover the nations of Polynesia all in one place at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Somewhere between the North Shore Beaches and Kualoa Ranch are living Pacific Islander villages that include Fiji, Tonga, Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Aotearoa, the Marques and more. Feast your eyes on the fascinating Hawaiian luau and imu, an underground oven which Hawaiians use to cook pig. The Polynesian Cultural Center never fails to delight its guests with exciting entertainment, delicious dining options, photo opportunities, and performance arts. There is no comparison to this place anywhere else on Oahu!

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