Honolulu, Hawaii is the capital of the 50th State. Located 2,500 miles from the U.S. Mainland, Hawaii is a vacation paradise, featuring stunning beaches, lush mountain ranges, picturesque scenery and the top Hawaii tours for all ages. Discover Hawaii Tours features a number of thrilling tours and activities that will complete your trip to Honolulu.
King Kamehameha III carried the capital of Hawaii to Honolulu in 1804. Meaning "sheltered bay", Honolulu is the home to more than 75% of the state's population. A cultural mixing pot, Honolulu is one of the most ethically diverse cities in the world. With endless adventure, the endless number of tours and activities is sure to keep you busy during your trip to the islands.
Our Honolulu Sightseeing Tours visit Pearl Harbor, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and Oahu's North Shore, plus inter-island tours to the Big Island Volcano and Maui's Road to Hana. We are also proud to feature a number of Honolulu's best activities, including swimming with Dolphins, hiking, snorkeling, and so much more.
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In 1845, King Kamehameha III moved the capital of Hawaii from Lahaina, Maui to Honolulu, where it has resided ever since. During the reign of Kamehameha III, and that of his successors, Honolulu transformed into a modern capital, with the construction of buildings, including the Iolani Palace, Ali'iolani Hale, and the Cathedral of San Andrés. At the same time, Honolulu became the center Hawaii's commerce industry, with the establishment of large businesses in the center of town, by the descendants of the American missionaries. Despite of the turbulence of the late-19th century and the early 20th century, Honolulu continued to flourish as the capital, and the maritime port of the islands.
After Hawaii's admission as the 50th State, Honolulu saw an economic explosion and a rapid growth, not only for the city, but for all of Hawaii. Modern air transportation helped to bring thousands of visitors to the islands, and soon the number of visitors to Hawaii topped the 1,000,000 mark. Presently, Honolulu is a modern city, with numerous industries, more than 470 skyscrapers, and is the center of Hawaii's tourism industry, with hundreds of hotels and thousands of guest rooms.Airport
Russian Fort Elizabeth is the last standing Russian fort in Hawaii and is now a National Historic Landmark.