Kona - Honolulu (166 miles)
Free time in the morning, then transfer to Kona airport, fly to Honolulu.
Standard Hotel: Ramada Plaza Waikiki or similar
Polynesian Culture Center (25 miles)
Guests may spend the morning at their leisure. In the afternoon, we will go to the Polynesian Cultural Center for a buffet meal and a 90-minute Polynesian Cultural show featuring over 150 performers.
Oahu is the most popular of the Hawaiian Islands. It is the location of Honolulu, Hawaii's capital, as well as much-loved tourist spots like Pearl Harbor and Waikiki. The Polynesian Cultural Center is on this island as well.
Polynesian Cultural Center
The Polynesian Cultural Center is actually a theme park and living museum located on the northern shores of the Island of Oahu in Hawaii. Eight simulated villages showcase different Polynesian cultures in different ways for curious visitors.
Admission (Included): Adult $100; Child $100|Opening Hours: Closed on Sunday
Standard Hotel: Ramada Plaza Hotel or similar
Pearl Harbor - Honolulu (7 miles)
Today, we will visit Pearl Harbor, HI and the USS Arizona Memorial. Then, we will return to Honolulu to visit 'Iolani Palace, Kawalahao Church, Honolulu Hale, and Punchbowl National Cemetery. In the afternoon, guests will be transferred to the airport for departure flights. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding when to schedule flights.
Pearl Harbor, HI
Pearl Harbor is a lagoon harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, west of Honolulu. Much of the harbor and surrounding lands is a United States Navy deep-water naval base. It is also the headquarters of the United States Pacific Fleet.
USS Arizona Memorial
This memorial in Honolulu, Hawaii serves as a remembrance of the American soldier killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The ship marks the resting place of over one thousand of the dead.
Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii, and the first stop for tourists from all over the world. Located on the picturesque island of O'ahu, it serves as a gateway into Polynesian culture and history for millions of people.
The 'Iolani Palace in Honolulu, Hawaii is the only formerly-functional royal palace in the United States. Until 1893, King Kalākaua and Queen Liliʻuokalani ruled from the palace. Since then, it has been used as capitol building and museum.
Honolulu Hale ("House" in Hawaiian) is the city hall of Honolulu and the center of government for the city and county. Built in 1928, it is surrounded by many important and historical Hawaiian landmarks, such as ʻIolani Palace.
Kawaiahaʻo Church in Honolulu on the island of Oahu is a Congregational Church built of coral stone slabs from local quarries that was completed in 1842. It was the main church of the Kamehameha royal family for several decades.
National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific is a military cemetery honoring the US Armed Forces. It is in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is visited by millions of people each year and is one of Hawaii's most popular tourist attractions.