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Go City : pass tout compris pour Oahu avec plus de 40 attractions et visites

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Le pass tout compris d'Oahu par Go City vous donne accès à plus de 40 attractions et visites de premier plan à un prix modique ! Visitez les sites populaires de Pearl Harbor ou le centre culturel polynésien, faites de la plongée avec tuba parmi les poissons et les récifs colorés, ou étirez-vous avec une séance de yoga matinale sous les palmiers. Que vous visitiez pour la première fois ou que vous soyez un voyageur chevronné d'Hawaï, le pass tout compris offre une toute nouvelle façon de découvrir l'île. Enregistrez simplement votre passe (disponible en tant que « billet » après l'achat) sur votre appareil mobile (ou imprimez-le à la maison et emportez-le avec vous), parcourez le guide numérique pour obtenir des instructions et effectuez des réservations à l'avance si nécessaire, affichez-le à chaque attraction pour être scanné le jour même et vous êtes rentré - pas besoin d'argent liquide !

Choisissez parmi un pass de 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ou 7 jours, qui peut être utilisé à tout moment sur une période de 2 semaines à partir de votre première visite ou visite d'attraction. Choisissez un pass de 3 jours et plus et vous obtiendrez également une attraction premium de votre choix, y compris un Luau hawaïen traditionnel.
Ville: Oahu
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Ce qui est inclu
Digital guide with attraction information and reservation instructions
Digital pass valid for the number of days chosen
Transportation included on selected attractions only - check digital guide for more information
Digital guide with attraction information and reservation instructions
Digital pass valid for the number of days chosen
Transportation included on selected attractions only - check digital guide for more information
Guide professionnel
Information additionnelle
  • Accessible aux fauteuils roulants
  • Les bébés et les jeunes enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Animaux d'assistance autorisés
  • Convient à tous les niveaux de condition physique
  • Votre Oahu All-Inclusive Pass sera disponible comme votre « billet » après l'achat. Enregistrez ce « billet » sur votre appareil mobile et utilisez-le pour accéder directement aux attractions.
  • L'attraction premium pour les pass 3, 4, 5 et 7 jours permet une entrée gratuite à une attraction premium de votre choix (voir le guide numérique pour les options). L'option premium ne vous donne pas droit à une journée supplémentaire.
  • Les pass enfants Go City ne sont disponibles que pour les enfants de 3 à 12 ans. Pour tous les enfants de moins de 3 ans qui vous accompagnent, veuillez vérifier auprès de chaque attraction ou visite si les bébés sont acceptés et/ou doivent payer un droit d'entrée.
  • Les activités les plus populaires nécessitent des réservations à l'avance, vérifiez les instructions sur le inclus un guide numérique ou l'application Go City, et assurez-vous de réserver bien à l'avance pour éviter toute déception.
  • Tous les sites ont mis en place des mesures différentes selon les directives des autorités locales. Veuillez visiter les sites Web des sites pour plus de détails. Pour plus de flexibilité, votre pass est valable 2 ans à compter de la date d'achat et n'est activé que lorsque vous visitez votre première attraction.
À quoi s'attendre
1
Ka Moana Luau
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (choice of 1 with 3+ day passes only): Moana Splash Luau It's Oahu’s only east-side luau that features an award-winning production and a picturesque setting that overlooks the ocean with a backdrop of tall sea cliffs. At the Ka Moana Luau in Oahu, Hawaii, you’ll be welcomed with a traditional shell lei greeting before enjoying fun, traditional activities like hula lessons, lei making, Hawaiian tattoos, ukulele lessons, and more. Please note: transportation is available for a small fee by booking direct through Ka Moana Luau. Reservations for this activity are required. Limited capacity due to Covid-19 restrictions.
2
Makani Catamaran
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (choice of 1 with 3+ day passes only): Makani Catamaran Sunset Sail with Drinks - Experience one of the most quintessential Hawaiian vacation activities and set sail on the Pacific Ocean for an unforgettable view of the Hawaiian sunset. You’ll get to see the sun set over the azure coastal waters with the picturesque landscape of the Hawaiian Islands in the backdrop. Once you’re on the water, be sure to look out for ocean life, visitors frequently spot turtles, dolphins, humpback whales (when in season), and more. Please note: Includes a full bar selection. Reservations are required for this activity.
3
Battleship Missouri Memorial
Commissioned in 1944, the Battleship Missouri marked the surrender of the Japanese Empire and the end of World War II. The Missouri continued to see combat action during the Korean War and Gulf War before she was decommissioned in 1992 and docked at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Washington State. She was towed to Honolulu and opened as a floating museum in 1999. The Battleship Missouri underwent an $18 million renovation at the beginning of 2010. Even if you aren’t a history buff or part of a military family, the Battleship Missouri Memorial is a fascinating vessel and is consistently rated among the most-visited sites in Hawaii!
4
USS Arizona Memorial
The USS Arizona Memorial is the most visited attraction in Hawaii and a definite “must-see.” The Battleship honors the 1,177 of its crewman who perished in the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor and is also a Memorial for all those that gave their lives on December 7, in Hawaii and the War in the Pacific. Pick up your audio tour headset and listen to the award-winning 2 ½-hour tour which provides a poignant narration of the events that transpired during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor as it guides guests throughout the Visitor Center, museums, waterfront displays, and Memorial.
5
USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum at Pearl Harbor - History buffs will love this top attraction in Oahu which gives people the chance to explore the USS Bowfin, a World War II submarine. Following a $20 million renovation, the Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum now includes a 3,000-ft. expansion that showcases informative and educational museum wings. Here you will learn about the history of the U.S. Navy’s Submarine Force, the Silent Service during WWII, the Cold War, and much more. The museum features a mix of traditional exhibits, fascinating multi-media, and interactive displays. Admission includes an audio tour that is available in seven languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese).
6
Polynesian Cultural Center
At the 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center, stroll through an authentic complex of recreated villages in Aotearoa (New Zealand), ancient Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga. At each stop, you'll find hands-on activities and demonstrations showing cultural wonders, such as the art of fire dancing, climbing 50-foot trees in bare feet, spear-throwing, coconut-husking, and the Haka warrior dance! Enjoy the regional culinary delights as you sample Tahitian coconut bread or poi, the staple Hawaiian food made out of taro. Explore various island traditions such as lei-making, or try your skill at playing derua and making Fijian music. Broaden your horizons at this cultural mainstay and experience life as a Polynesian for a day!
7
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum tells the story of the nation's aviation history from WWII hangars that still bear the scars of the nation's first aviation battle. Take a moving and educational tour of vintage aircraft and displays. Defend the skies in one of the combat flight simulators. Located on historic Ford Island, the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum displays Hangar 37, a 42,000-square-foot former seaplane hangar. After watching a brief documentary about the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, you'll walk down a corridor that takes you back to island life prior to 1941. An authentic Japanese Zero aircraft is displayed as it would have looked on the deck of the Japanese carrier Hiryu at dawn on December 7, 1941.
8
Manoa Falls
Rainforest, Waterfalls and Movie Sites: Shuttle & Self-guided Hike - Discover the spectacular, untouched beauty of Hawaii on a 1.6-mile hike crossing the rainforest, waterfalls and movie sites. A beautiful 150-foot waterfall will be your unforgettable destination. Along the way, you'll pass through gardens lush with tropical fruit trees as well as an ancient Hawaiian dwelling. What's more, you'll even see the settings of several popular films and television shows, from Hunger games to Hawaii Five-O. Please note: Attraction temporarily unavailable (covid-19 update). Reservations are required for this activity.
9
Waimea Valley
Discover the natural wonders of Waimea Valley. This gorgeous 1,875-acre green oasis is made up of botanical gardens, 5,000 different kinds of plants, dozens of archeological sites, and a magnificent waterfall. There are free self-guided walking tours taking place every day, and you can even experience Hawaiian culture in this spectacular natural environment by taking a hula lesson or making a lei. A paved path winds through 35 themed botanical gardens, featuring more than 200 plant families, including rare plants found only on the Hawaiian Islands and some with flowers as big as a basketball. The 45-tall Waimea Falls are the focal point of the park, and you'll get the chance to swim in the pool below, so bring along a swimsuit and towel.
10
Wet'n'Wild Hawaii
Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii incl. Da Flowrider - Families and adrenaline addicts alike will find plenty to love here. Choose from 25+ rides and attractions that run the gamut from mild (Water World Playground) to wild (Tornado and its 130-foot tunnel). Bring your swimwear and prepare to have a blast!
11
Iolani Palace
The Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs — King Kalakaua and his successor, Queen Liliuokalani — lived at the Iolani Palace in the late 1800s. You'll marvel at the ornate architecture and furnishings in this meticulously restored monument. Iolani Palace is the only official state residence of royalty in the United States. Located in Honolulu's capitol district, this regal structure and National Historic Landmark was home to the Hawaiian Kingdom's two final monarchs. The palace was built in 1882 by King Kalakaua. His sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani, resided at the palace until the Hawaiian monarchy was overthrown in 1893.
12
Bishop Museum
Spending a few hours in Hawaii's largest museum is one of the best ways to really get to know America's 50th state. Highlights include exhibits on Polynesian culture, 22 million specimens of animal and plant life and an "active" volcano display. Discover the natural and cultural history of Hawaii at the Bishop Museum. The museum was founded in 1898 as a place to display the family heirlooms of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last descendant of the royal Kamehameha family. Today the museum is the premier cultural and natural history museums in the Pacific, with an ever-changing schedule of exhibitions and daily interactive programs.
13
Lyon Arboretum
Thanks to an abundant average rainfall of 165 inches, the Lyon Arboretum offers a tropical rainforest setting that is ideal for growing an enormous diversity of plants, which is one of the reasons the grounds often serve as an outdoor laboratory for local students. The Lyon Arboretum opened to the public in 1972 and it's collection now features heliconias, gingers, aroids, bromeliads, native Hawaiian plants, and one of the largest palm collections found in a botanical garden.
14
Queen Emma Summer Palace
The Queen Emma Summer Palace offers a unique opportunity to visit a 19th-century New England home less than 10 minutes outside of Honolulu in the lush Nuuanu Valley. Built in Boston in 1848, the palace was shipped to Hawaii via Cape Horn to serve as the summer home for Queen Emma, King Kamehameha IV, and their son, Prince Albert Edward. Queen Emma, born in 1836, symbolized the islands’ cosmopolitan culture. She was descended both from Hawaiian chieftains and from John Young, an Englishman who became the friend and advisor of the great Kamehameha I.
15
Honolulu Museum of Art
Beat the heat and get away from the more crowded sites at the Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawaii's premiere fine arts museum. TripAdvisor user Birdwalk calls it "a much needed change from the frenetic pace of Waikiki." The Museum's architecture is just as big of a draw as its collections. Within the museum, visitors can feel transported to other cultures and other times as they pass through beautiful outdoor pavilions and more than 30 galleries. From the lily pad pond in the Japanese garden to the sculpture-filled central courtyard, the Honolulu Museum of Art combines acclaimed exhibitions with beautiful settings.
16
Hawaiian Style Rentals & Sales
Hawaiian Style Rentals: Moped, Bike or E-Bike Rentals - The best – and most efficient – way to explore Oahu at your own pace, seeing only what you want to see, is by bike or moped. Unlike a bus tour, you can visit an attraction and linger if you’d like. Plus, you don’t have to pass by attractions you’re not interested in. Just decide on your itinerary and go! Whether you want to see the best sights in Waikiki or head farther out to more secluded locations – or both – the choice is yours. Best of all, it’s the most fun way to get around the island, not to mention a great way to cut through traffic congestion in Waikiki. Please note: Your Go Oahu pass includes 1 choice per day between a full-day (8hr) bike rental, 3hr e-bike rental or 3hr moped rental. Your rental includes a map of Oahu and a helmet. Reservations are required for this activity. Applicable taxes and small gas fee will be taken at time of rental.
17
Kualoa Ranch
Voyaging Catamaran Sail - Don’t miss the chance to see the Oahu in all its scenic glory with a catamaran tour around Kuala Ranch. Hop aboard a 49-passenger boat for a narrated tour of Kaneohe Bay, Mokolii Island (Chinaman's Hat), and more. Plus, you’ll take a bus tour of Molii Gardens or a canoe ride on an ancient fishpond. Please note: With your pass you can visit one of the following attractions per day for the duration of your pass: Secret Island Beach, Voyaging Catamaran Sail, Aloha Aina Tour. Reservations are required for this activity.
18
Makapuu Lighthouse Trail
The Makapu'u Point trail, within Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline, offers outstanding views of Oahu's southeastern coastline, including Koko Head and Koko Crater. From the trail's destination at Makapu'u Head, one is rewarded with magnificent views of the windward coast and offshore islets, as well as the historic red-roofed Makapu'u Lighthouse built in 1909, which makes a stunning picture against the deep blue sea below (the spectacular Makapu'u Lighthouse with its 100+ year-old light made with an historic "hyper-radiant” e.g. super-size lens). On a clear day, you may even see Molokai and Lanai. The offshore islets are wildlife sanctuaries for Hawaiian seabirds, such as the aiwa, frigate bird, and tropic bird. Wear sneakers and comfortable clothes, bring a hat and sunscreen, and drink lots of water. Trail Length: 2.0 mi. (round trip) Difficulty: Moderate Please note: Reservations are required for this activity.
19
Yoga Under the Palms
Start your morning in Hawaii with a peaceful yoga session overlooking Waikiki beach's blue waters or on a rooftop deck overlooking the beautiful Koolau Mountains. Take your pick from Vinyasa Flow + Sculpt or Power Vinyasa Yoga classes. Please note: Reservations are required for this activity. Your pass also gets you 10% off Yoga Under the Palms Logo apparel.
20
Sunset Beach Park
3 activities take place on Sunset Beach: Coconut Palm Basket Weaving / Seashell Pendant Making / Hawaiian Lei Making Take a Hawaiian Lei Making class for the chance to make your own Lei and learn about an important Hawaiian custom. Alternatively you can enjoy a hands-on day at the beach while you create your own seashell pendants to take home as a souvenir or gift to someone special, or instead learn a traditional Hawaiian craft with a Coconut Palm Basket Weaving lesson. Please note: Reservations are required for any of these activities. You will be on the beach, so beach towel or chair, sunblock and water are recommended.
21
North Shore
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (Choose 1 - valid on 3 or more day passes only) - North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour - This full-day tour showcases the natural beauty and fine produce of Oahu’s stunning North Shore, with stops at beaches, a coffee farm and, of course, the world-famous Dole farm.
22
Haleiwa Beach Park
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (Choose 1 - valid on 3 or more day passes only) - Stand-up Paddleboard Nature & Turtle Tour - Take to the waters of the Anahulu River on a fun stand-up paddleboard (SUP) tour that takes in Hawaii’s famous green sea turtles in their natural habitat.
23
Ka Moana Luau
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (choice of 1 with 3+ day passes only): Moana Splash Luau It's Oahu’s only east-side luau that features an award-winning production and a picturesque setting that overlooks the ocean with a backdrop of tall sea cliffs. At the Ka Moana Luau in Oahu, Hawaii, you’ll be welcomed with a traditional shell lei greeting before enjoying fun, traditional activities like hula lessons, lei making, Hawaiian tattoos, ukulele lessons, and more. Please note: transportation is available for a small fee by booking direct through Ka Moana Luau. Reservations for this activity are required. Limited capacity due to Covid-19 restrictions.
24
Makani Catamaran
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (choice of 1 with 3+ day passes only): Makani Catamaran Sunset Sail with Drinks - Experience one of the most quintessential Hawaiian vacation activities and set sail on the Pacific Ocean for an unforgettable view of the Hawaiian sunset. You’ll get to see the sun set over the azure coastal waters with the picturesque landscape of the Hawaiian Islands in the backdrop. Once you’re on the water, be sure to look out for ocean life, visitors frequently spot turtles, dolphins, humpback whales (when in season), and more. Please note: Includes a full bar selection. Reservations are required for this activity.
25
Battleship Missouri Memorial
Commissioned in 1944, the Battleship Missouri marked the surrender of the Japanese Empire and the end of World War II. The Missouri continued to see combat action during the Korean War and Gulf War before she was decommissioned in 1992 and docked at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Washington State. She was towed to Honolulu and opened as a floating museum in 1999. The Battleship Missouri underwent an $18 million renovation at the beginning of 2010. Even if you aren’t a history buff or part of a military family, the Battleship Missouri Memorial is a fascinating vessel and is consistently rated among the most-visited sites in Hawaii!
26
USS Arizona Memorial
The USS Arizona Memorial is the most visited attraction in Hawaii and a definite “must-see.” The Battleship honors the 1,177 of its crewman who perished in the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor and is also a Memorial for all those that gave their lives on December 7, in Hawaii and the War in the Pacific. Pick up your audio tour headset and listen to the award-winning 2 ½-hour tour which provides a poignant narration of the events that transpired during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor as it guides guests throughout the Visitor Center, museums, waterfront displays, and Memorial.
27
USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum at Pearl Harbor - History buffs will love this top attraction in Oahu which gives people the chance to explore the USS Bowfin, a World War II submarine. Following a $20 million renovation, the Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum now includes a 3,000-ft. expansion that showcases informative and educational museum wings. Here you will learn about the history of the U.S. Navy’s Submarine Force, the Silent Service during WWII, the Cold War, and much more. The museum features a mix of traditional exhibits, fascinating multi-media, and interactive displays. Admission includes an audio tour that is available in seven languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese).
28
Polynesian Cultural Center
At the 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center, stroll through an authentic complex of recreated villages in Aotearoa (New Zealand), ancient Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga. At each stop, you'll find hands-on activities and demonstrations showing cultural wonders, such as the art of fire dancing, climbing 50-foot trees in bare feet, spear-throwing, coconut-husking, and the Haka warrior dance! Enjoy the regional culinary delights as you sample Tahitian coconut bread or poi, the staple Hawaiian food made out of taro. Explore various island traditions such as lei-making, or try your skill at playing derua and making Fijian music. Broaden your horizons at this cultural mainstay and experience life as a Polynesian for a day!
29
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum tells the story of the nation's aviation history from WWII hangars that still bear the scars of the nation's first aviation battle. Take a moving and educational tour of vintage aircraft and displays. Defend the skies in one of the combat flight simulators. Located on historic Ford Island, the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum displays Hangar 37, a 42,000-square-foot former seaplane hangar. After watching a brief documentary about the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, you'll walk down a corridor that takes you back to island life prior to 1941. An authentic Japanese Zero aircraft is displayed as it would have looked on the deck of the Japanese carrier Hiryu at dawn on December 7, 1941.
30
Manoa Falls
Rainforest, Waterfalls and Movie Sites: Shuttle & Self-guided Hike - Discover the spectacular, untouched beauty of Hawaii on a 1.6-mile hike crossing the rainforest, waterfalls and movie sites. A beautiful 150-foot waterfall will be your unforgettable destination. Along the way, you'll pass through gardens lush with tropical fruit trees as well as an ancient Hawaiian dwelling. What's more, you'll even see the settings of several popular films and television shows, from Hunger games to Hawaii Five-O. Please note: Attraction temporarily unavailable (covid-19 update). Reservations are required for this activity.
31
Waimea Valley
Discover the natural wonders of Waimea Valley. This gorgeous 1,875-acre green oasis is made up of botanical gardens, 5,000 different kinds of plants, dozens of archeological sites, and a magnificent waterfall. There are free self-guided walking tours taking place every day, and you can even experience Hawaiian culture in this spectacular natural environment by taking a hula lesson or making a lei. A paved path winds through 35 themed botanical gardens, featuring more than 200 plant families, including rare plants found only on the Hawaiian Islands and some with flowers as big as a basketball. The 45-tall Waimea Falls are the focal point of the park, and you'll get the chance to swim in the pool below, so bring along a swimsuit and towel.
32
Wet'n'Wild Hawaii
Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii incl. Da Flowrider - Families and adrenaline addicts alike will find plenty to love here. Choose from 25+ rides and attractions that run the gamut from mild (Water World Playground) to wild (Tornado and its 130-foot tunnel). Bring your swimwear and prepare to have a blast!
33
Iolani Palace
The Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs — King Kalakaua and his successor, Queen Liliuokalani — lived at the Iolani Palace in the late 1800s. You'll marvel at the ornate architecture and furnishings in this meticulously restored monument. Iolani Palace is the only official state residence of royalty in the United States. Located in Honolulu's capitol district, this regal structure and National Historic Landmark was home to the Hawaiian Kingdom's two final monarchs. The palace was built in 1882 by King Kalakaua. His sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani, resided at the palace until the Hawaiian monarchy was overthrown in 1893.
34
Bishop Museum
Spending a few hours in Hawaii's largest museum is one of the best ways to really get to know America's 50th state. Highlights include exhibits on Polynesian culture, 22 million specimens of animal and plant life and an "active" volcano display. Discover the natural and cultural history of Hawaii at the Bishop Museum. The museum was founded in 1898 as a place to display the family heirlooms of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last descendant of the royal Kamehameha family. Today the museum is the premier cultural and natural history museums in the Pacific, with an ever-changing schedule of exhibitions and daily interactive programs.
35
Lyon Arboretum
Thanks to an abundant average rainfall of 165 inches, the Lyon Arboretum offers a tropical rainforest setting that is ideal for growing an enormous diversity of plants, which is one of the reasons the grounds often serve as an outdoor laboratory for local students. The Lyon Arboretum opened to the public in 1972 and it's collection now features heliconias, gingers, aroids, bromeliads, native Hawaiian plants, and one of the largest palm collections found in a botanical garden.
36
Queen Emma Summer Palace
The Queen Emma Summer Palace offers a unique opportunity to visit a 19th-century New England home less than 10 minutes outside of Honolulu in the lush Nuuanu Valley. Built in Boston in 1848, the palace was shipped to Hawaii via Cape Horn to serve as the summer home for Queen Emma, King Kamehameha IV, and their son, Prince Albert Edward. Queen Emma, born in 1836, symbolized the islands’ cosmopolitan culture. She was descended both from Hawaiian chieftains and from John Young, an Englishman who became the friend and advisor of the great Kamehameha I.
37
Honolulu Museum of Art
Beat the heat and get away from the more crowded sites at the Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawaii's premiere fine arts museum. TripAdvisor user Birdwalk calls it "a much needed change from the frenetic pace of Waikiki." The Museum's architecture is just as big of a draw as its collections. Within the museum, visitors can feel transported to other cultures and other times as they pass through beautiful outdoor pavilions and more than 30 galleries. From the lily pad pond in the Japanese garden to the sculpture-filled central courtyard, the Honolulu Museum of Art combines acclaimed exhibitions with beautiful settings.
38
Hawaiian Style Rentals & Sales
Hawaiian Style Rentals: Moped, Bike or E-Bike Rentals - The best – and most efficient – way to explore Oahu at your own pace, seeing only what you want to see, is by bike or moped. Unlike a bus tour, you can visit an attraction and linger if you’d like. Plus, you don’t have to pass by attractions you’re not interested in. Just decide on your itinerary and go! Whether you want to see the best sights in Waikiki or head farther out to more secluded locations – or both – the choice is yours. Best of all, it’s the most fun way to get around the island, not to mention a great way to cut through traffic congestion in Waikiki. Please note: Your Go Oahu pass includes 1 choice per day between a full-day (8hr) bike rental, 3hr e-bike rental or 3hr moped rental. Your rental includes a map of Oahu and a helmet. Reservations are required for this activity. Applicable taxes and small gas fee will be taken at time of rental.
39
Kualoa Ranch
Voyaging Catamaran Sail - Don’t miss the chance to see the Oahu in all its scenic glory with a catamaran tour around Kuala Ranch. Hop aboard a 49-passenger boat for a narrated tour of Kaneohe Bay, Mokolii Island (Chinaman's Hat), and more. Plus, you’ll take a bus tour of Molii Gardens or a canoe ride on an ancient fishpond. Please note: With your pass you can visit one of the following attractions per day for the duration of your pass: Secret Island Beach, Voyaging Catamaran Sail, Aloha Aina Tour. Reservations are required for this activity.
40
Makapuu Lighthouse Trail
The Makapu'u Point trail, within Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline, offers outstanding views of Oahu's southeastern coastline, including Koko Head and Koko Crater. From the trail's destination at Makapu'u Head, one is rewarded with magnificent views of the windward coast and offshore islets, as well as the historic red-roofed Makapu'u Lighthouse built in 1909, which makes a stunning picture against the deep blue sea below (the spectacular Makapu'u Lighthouse with its 100+ year-old light made with an historic "hyper-radiant” e.g. super-size lens). On a clear day, you may even see Molokai and Lanai. The offshore islets are wildlife sanctuaries for Hawaiian seabirds, such as the aiwa, frigate bird, and tropic bird. Wear sneakers and comfortable clothes, bring a hat and sunscreen, and drink lots of water. Trail Length: 2.0 mi. (round trip) Difficulty: Moderate Please note: Reservations are required for this activity.
41
Yoga Under the Palms
Start your morning in Hawaii with a peaceful yoga session overlooking Waikiki beach's blue waters or on a rooftop deck overlooking the beautiful Koolau Mountains. Take your pick from Vinyasa Flow + Sculpt or Power Vinyasa Yoga classes. Please note: Reservations are required for this activity. Your pass also gets you 10% off Yoga Under the Palms Logo apparel.
42
Sunset Beach Park
3 activities take place on Sunset Beach: Coconut Palm Basket Weaving / Seashell Pendant Making / Hawaiian Lei Making Take a Hawaiian Lei Making class for the chance to make your own Lei and learn about an important Hawaiian custom. Alternatively you can enjoy a hands-on day at the beach while you create your own seashell pendants to take home as a souvenir or gift to someone special, or instead learn a traditional Hawaiian craft with a Coconut Palm Basket Weaving lesson. Please note: Reservations are required for any of these activities. You will be on the beach, so beach towel or chair, sunblock and water are recommended.
43
North Shore
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (Choose 1 - valid on 3 or more day passes only) - North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour - This full-day tour showcases the natural beauty and fine produce of Oahu’s stunning North Shore, with stops at beaches, a coffee farm and, of course, the world-famous Dole farm.
44
Haleiwa Beach Park
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (Choose 1 - valid on 3 or more day passes only) - Stand-up Paddleboard Nature & Turtle Tour - Take to the waters of the Anahulu River on a fun stand-up paddleboard (SUP) tour that takes in Hawaii’s famous green sea turtles in their natural habitat.
45
Ka Moana Luau
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (choice of 1 with 3+ day passes only): Moana Splash Luau It's Oahu’s only east-side luau that features an award-winning production and a picturesque setting that overlooks the ocean with a backdrop of tall sea cliffs. At the Ka Moana Luau in Oahu, Hawaii, you’ll be welcomed with a traditional shell lei greeting before enjoying fun, traditional activities like hula lessons, lei making, Hawaiian tattoos, ukulele lessons, and more. Please note: transportation is available for a small fee by booking direct through Ka Moana Luau. Reservations for this activity are required. Limited capacity due to Covid-19 restrictions.
46
Makani Catamaran
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (choice of 1 with 3+ day passes only): Makani Catamaran Sunset Sail with Drinks - Experience one of the most quintessential Hawaiian vacation activities and set sail on the Pacific Ocean for an unforgettable view of the Hawaiian sunset. You’ll get to see the sun set over the azure coastal waters with the picturesque landscape of the Hawaiian Islands in the backdrop. Once you’re on the water, be sure to look out for ocean life, visitors frequently spot turtles, dolphins, humpback whales (when in season), and more. Please note: Includes a full bar selection. Reservations are required for this activity.
47
Battleship Missouri Memorial
Commissioned in 1944, the Battleship Missouri marked the surrender of the Japanese Empire and the end of World War II. The Missouri continued to see combat action during the Korean War and Gulf War before she was decommissioned in 1992 and docked at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Washington State. She was towed to Honolulu and opened as a floating museum in 1999. The Battleship Missouri underwent an $18 million renovation at the beginning of 2010. Even if you aren’t a history buff or part of a military family, the Battleship Missouri Memorial is a fascinating vessel and is consistently rated among the most-visited sites in Hawaii!
48
USS Arizona Memorial
The USS Arizona Memorial is the most visited attraction in Hawaii and a definite “must-see.” The Battleship honors the 1,177 of its crewman who perished in the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor and is also a Memorial for all those that gave their lives on December 7, in Hawaii and the War in the Pacific. Pick up your audio tour headset and listen to the award-winning 2 ½-hour tour which provides a poignant narration of the events that transpired during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor as it guides guests throughout the Visitor Center, museums, waterfront displays, and Memorial.
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USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum at Pearl Harbor - History buffs will love this top attraction in Oahu which gives people the chance to explore the USS Bowfin, a World War II submarine. Following a $20 million renovation, the Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum now includes a 3,000-ft. expansion that showcases informative and educational museum wings. Here you will learn about the history of the U.S. Navy’s Submarine Force, the Silent Service during WWII, the Cold War, and much more. The museum features a mix of traditional exhibits, fascinating multi-media, and interactive displays. Admission includes an audio tour that is available in seven languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese).
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Polynesian Cultural Center
At the 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center, stroll through an authentic complex of recreated villages in Aotearoa (New Zealand), ancient Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga. At each stop, you'll find hands-on activities and demonstrations showing cultural wonders, such as the art of fire dancing, climbing 50-foot trees in bare feet, spear-throwing, coconut-husking, and the Haka warrior dance! Enjoy the regional culinary delights as you sample Tahitian coconut bread or poi, the staple Hawaiian food made out of taro. Explore various island traditions such as lei-making, or try your skill at playing derua and making Fijian music. Broaden your horizons at this cultural mainstay and experience life as a Polynesian for a day!
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Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum tells the story of the nation's aviation history from WWII hangars that still bear the scars of the nation's first aviation battle. Take a moving and educational tour of vintage aircraft and displays. Defend the skies in one of the combat flight simulators. Located on historic Ford Island, the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum displays Hangar 37, a 42,000-square-foot former seaplane hangar. After watching a brief documentary about the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, you'll walk down a corridor that takes you back to island life prior to 1941. An authentic Japanese Zero aircraft is displayed as it would have looked on the deck of the Japanese carrier Hiryu at dawn on December 7, 1941.
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Manoa Falls
Rainforest, Waterfalls and Movie Sites: Shuttle & Self-guided Hike - Discover the spectacular, untouched beauty of Hawaii on a 1.6-mile hike crossing the rainforest, waterfalls and movie sites. A beautiful 150-foot waterfall will be your unforgettable destination. Along the way, you'll pass through gardens lush with tropical fruit trees as well as an ancient Hawaiian dwelling. What's more, you'll even see the settings of several popular films and television shows, from Hunger games to Hawaii Five-O. Please note: Attraction temporarily unavailable (covid-19 update). Reservations are required for this activity.
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Waimea Valley
Discover the natural wonders of Waimea Valley. This gorgeous 1,875-acre green oasis is made up of botanical gardens, 5,000 different kinds of plants, dozens of archeological sites, and a magnificent waterfall. There are free self-guided walking tours taking place every day, and you can even experience Hawaiian culture in this spectacular natural environment by taking a hula lesson or making a lei. A paved path winds through 35 themed botanical gardens, featuring more than 200 plant families, including rare plants found only on the Hawaiian Islands and some with flowers as big as a basketball. The 45-tall Waimea Falls are the focal point of the park, and you'll get the chance to swim in the pool below, so bring along a swimsuit and towel.
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Wet'n'Wild Hawaii
Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii incl. Da Flowrider - Families and adrenaline addicts alike will find plenty to love here. Choose from 25+ rides and attractions that run the gamut from mild (Water World Playground) to wild (Tornado and its 130-foot tunnel). Bring your swimwear and prepare to have a blast!
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Iolani Palace
The Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs — King Kalakaua and his successor, Queen Liliuokalani — lived at the Iolani Palace in the late 1800s. You'll marvel at the ornate architecture and furnishings in this meticulously restored monument. Iolani Palace is the only official state residence of royalty in the United States. Located in Honolulu's capitol district, this regal structure and National Historic Landmark was home to the Hawaiian Kingdom's two final monarchs. The palace was built in 1882 by King Kalakaua. His sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani, resided at the palace until the Hawaiian monarchy was overthrown in 1893.
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Bishop Museum
Spending a few hours in Hawaii's largest museum is one of the best ways to really get to know America's 50th state. Highlights include exhibits on Polynesian culture, 22 million specimens of animal and plant life and an "active" volcano display. Discover the natural and cultural history of Hawaii at the Bishop Museum. The museum was founded in 1898 as a place to display the family heirlooms of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last descendant of the royal Kamehameha family. Today the museum is the premier cultural and natural history museums in the Pacific, with an ever-changing schedule of exhibitions and daily interactive programs.
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Lyon Arboretum
Thanks to an abundant average rainfall of 165 inches, the Lyon Arboretum offers a tropical rainforest setting that is ideal for growing an enormous diversity of plants, which is one of the reasons the grounds often serve as an outdoor laboratory for local students. The Lyon Arboretum opened to the public in 1972 and it's collection now features heliconias, gingers, aroids, bromeliads, native Hawaiian plants, and one of the largest palm collections found in a botanical garden.
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Queen Emma Summer Palace
The Queen Emma Summer Palace offers a unique opportunity to visit a 19th-century New England home less than 10 minutes outside of Honolulu in the lush Nuuanu Valley. Built in Boston in 1848, the palace was shipped to Hawaii via Cape Horn to serve as the summer home for Queen Emma, King Kamehameha IV, and their son, Prince Albert Edward. Queen Emma, born in 1836, symbolized the islands’ cosmopolitan culture. She was descended both from Hawaiian chieftains and from John Young, an Englishman who became the friend and advisor of the great Kamehameha I.
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Honolulu Museum of Art
Beat the heat and get away from the more crowded sites at the Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawaii's premiere fine arts museum. TripAdvisor user Birdwalk calls it "a much needed change from the frenetic pace of Waikiki." The Museum's architecture is just as big of a draw as its collections. Within the museum, visitors can feel transported to other cultures and other times as they pass through beautiful outdoor pavilions and more than 30 galleries. From the lily pad pond in the Japanese garden to the sculpture-filled central courtyard, the Honolulu Museum of Art combines acclaimed exhibitions with beautiful settings.
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Hawaiian Style Rentals & Sales
Hawaiian Style Rentals: Moped, Bike or E-Bike Rentals - The best – and most efficient – way to explore Oahu at your own pace, seeing only what you want to see, is by bike or moped. Unlike a bus tour, you can visit an attraction and linger if you’d like. Plus, you don’t have to pass by attractions you’re not interested in. Just decide on your itinerary and go! Whether you want to see the best sights in Waikiki or head farther out to more secluded locations – or both – the choice is yours. Best of all, it’s the most fun way to get around the island, not to mention a great way to cut through traffic congestion in Waikiki. Please note: Your Go Oahu pass includes 1 choice per day between a full-day (8hr) bike rental, 3hr e-bike rental or 3hr moped rental. Your rental includes a map of Oahu and a helmet. Reservations are required for this activity. Applicable taxes and small gas fee will be taken at time of rental.
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Kualoa Ranch
Voyaging Catamaran Sail - Don’t miss the chance to see the Oahu in all its scenic glory with a catamaran tour around Kuala Ranch. Hop aboard a 49-passenger boat for a narrated tour of Kaneohe Bay, Mokolii Island (Chinaman's Hat), and more. Plus, you’ll take a bus tour of Molii Gardens or a canoe ride on an ancient fishpond. Please note: With your pass you can visit one of the following attractions per day for the duration of your pass: Secret Island Beach, Voyaging Catamaran Sail, Aloha Aina Tour. Reservations are required for this activity.
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Makapuu Lighthouse Trail
The Makapu'u Point trail, within Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline, offers outstanding views of Oahu's southeastern coastline, including Koko Head and Koko Crater. From the trail's destination at Makapu'u Head, one is rewarded with magnificent views of the windward coast and offshore islets, as well as the historic red-roofed Makapu'u Lighthouse built in 1909, which makes a stunning picture against the deep blue sea below (the spectacular Makapu'u Lighthouse with its 100+ year-old light made with an historic "hyper-radiant” e.g. super-size lens). On a clear day, you may even see Molokai and Lanai. The offshore islets are wildlife sanctuaries for Hawaiian seabirds, such as the aiwa, frigate bird, and tropic bird. Wear sneakers and comfortable clothes, bring a hat and sunscreen, and drink lots of water. Trail Length: 2.0 mi. (round trip) Difficulty: Moderate Please note: Reservations are required for this activity.
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Yoga Under the Palms
Start your morning in Hawaii with a peaceful yoga session overlooking Waikiki beach's blue waters or on a rooftop deck overlooking the beautiful Koolau Mountains. Take your pick from Vinyasa Flow + Sculpt or Power Vinyasa Yoga classes. Please note: Reservations are required for this activity. Your pass also gets you 10% off Yoga Under the Palms Logo apparel.
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Sunset Beach Park
3 activities take place on Sunset Beach: Coconut Palm Basket Weaving / Seashell Pendant Making / Hawaiian Lei Making Take a Hawaiian Lei Making class for the chance to make your own Lei and learn about an important Hawaiian custom. Alternatively you can enjoy a hands-on day at the beach while you create your own seashell pendants to take home as a souvenir or gift to someone special, or instead learn a traditional Hawaiian craft with a Coconut Palm Basket Weaving lesson. Please note: Reservations are required for any of these activities. You will be on the beach, so beach towel or chair, sunblock and water are recommended.
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North Shore
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (Choose 1 - valid on 3 or more day passes only) - North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour - This full-day tour showcases the natural beauty and fine produce of Oahu’s stunning North Shore, with stops at beaches, a coffee farm and, of course, the world-famous Dole farm.
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Haleiwa Beach Park
PREMIUM ATTRACTION (Choose 1 - valid on 3 or more day passes only) - Stand-up Paddleboard Nature & Turtle Tour - Take to the waters of the Anahulu River on a fun stand-up paddleboard (SUP) tour that takes in Hawaii’s famous green sea turtles in their natural habitat.
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Ka Moana Luau
ATTRACTION PREMIUM (choix de 1 avec pass 3+ jours uniquement) : Moana Splash Luau C'est le seul luau du côté est d'Oahu qui présente une production primée et un cadre pittoresque qui surplombe l'océan avec en toile de fond de hautes falaises. Au Ka Moana Luau à Oahu, à Hawaï, vous serez accueilli par un lei de coquillages traditionnel avant de profiter d'activités amusantes et traditionnelles comme des cours de hula, la fabrication de lei, des tatouages ​​hawaïens, des cours de ukulélé, etc. Remarque : le transport est disponible moyennant un petit supplément en réservant directement auprès de Ka Moana Luau. Les réservations pour cette activité sont obligatoires. Capacité limitée en raison des restrictions liées au Covid-19.
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Catamaran Makani
ATTRACTION PREMIUM (choix de 1 avec pass 3+ jours uniquement) : Makani Catamaran Sunset Sail with Drinks - Découvrez l'une des activités de vacances hawaïennes les plus typiques et embarquez sur l'océan Pacifique pour une vue inoubliable sur le coucher de soleil hawaïen. Vous pourrez voir le soleil se coucher sur les eaux côtières azur avec le paysage pittoresque des îles hawaïennes en toile de fond. Une fois que vous êtes sur l'eau, assurez-vous de faire attention à la vie marine, les visiteurs aperçoivent fréquemment des tortues, des dauphins, des baleines à bosse (en saison), et plus encore. Remarque : comprend une sélection complète de bars. Les réservations sont obligatoires pour cette activité.
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Mémorial du cuirassé Missouri
Mis en service en 1944, le cuirassé Missouri marqua la capitulation de l'Empire japonais et la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Le Missouri a continué à voir des combats pendant la guerre de Corée et la guerre du Golfe avant d'être mis hors service en 1992 et amarré au chantier naval de Puget Sound dans l'État de Washington. Elle a été remorquée à Honolulu et a ouvert ses portes en tant que musée flottant en 1999. Le Battleship Missouri a subi une rénovation de 18 millions de dollars au début de 2010. Même si vous n'êtes pas un passionné d'histoire ou ne faites pas partie d'une famille militaire, le Battleship Missouri Memorial est un navire fascinant et est régulièrement classé parmi les sites les plus visités à Hawaï. !
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Mémorial de l'USS Arizona
Le USS Arizona Memorial est l'attraction la plus visitée d'Hawaï et un incontournable. Le cuirassé rend hommage aux 1 177 membres de son équipage qui ont péri lors de l'attaque de Pearl Harbor en 1941 et est également un mémorial pour tous ceux qui ont donné leur vie le 7 décembre à Hawaï et à la guerre du Pacifique. Prenez votre casque de visite audio et écoutez la visite primée de 2 heures et demie qui fournit une narration poignante des événements qui se sont déroulés lors de l'attaque de Pearl Harbor en 1941 alors qu'elle guide les invités à travers le centre d'accueil, les musées, les expositions au bord de l'eau et Mémorial.
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Musée et parc du sous-marin USS Bowfin
Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum à Pearl Harbor - Les passionnés d'histoire adoreront cette attraction majeure à Oahu qui donne aux gens la chance d'explorer l'USS Bowfin, un sous-marin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Après une rénovation de 20 millions de dollars, le Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum comprend désormais un 3 000 pieds. expansion qui présente des ailes de musée informatives et éducatives. Ici, vous découvrirez l'histoire de la force sous-marine de la marine américaine, le service silencieux pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, la guerre froide et bien plus encore. Le musée propose un mélange d'expositions traditionnelles, de fascinantes expositions multimédias et interactives. L'entrée comprend une visite audioguidée disponible en sept langues (anglais, espagnol, français, allemand, japonais, coréen et chinois).
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Centre Culturel Polynésien
Au centre culturel polynésien de 42 acres, promenez-vous dans un authentique complexe de villages recréés à Aotearoa (Nouvelle-Zélande), à ​​Hawaï, à Tahiti, aux Fidji, aux Samoa et aux Tonga. À chaque arrêt, vous trouverez des activités pratiques et des démonstrations montrant des merveilles culturelles, telles que l'art de la danse du feu, l'escalade d'arbres de 50 pieds pieds nus, le lancer de lance, le décorticage de noix de coco et la danse du guerrier Haka ! Savourez les délices culinaires régionaux en dégustant du pain tahitien à la noix de coco ou du poi, l'aliment hawaïen de base à base de taro. Explorez diverses traditions insulaires telles que la fabrication de lei, ou essayez de jouer de la derua et de faire de la musique fidjienne. Élargissez vos horizons dans ce pilier culturel et découvrez la vie de Polynésien pendant une journée !
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Musée de l'aviation de Pearl Harbor
Le musée de l'aviation de Pearl Harbor raconte l'histoire de l'aviation du pays depuis les hangars de la Seconde Guerre mondiale qui portent encore les cicatrices de la première bataille aérienne du pays. Faites une visite émouvante et éducative d'avions et d'expositions d'époque. Défendez le ciel dans l'un des simulateurs de vol de combat. Situé sur l'île historique de Ford, le musée de l'aviation de Pearl Harbor présente le Hangar 37, un ancien hangar d'hydravions de 42 000 pieds carrés. Après avoir regardé un bref documentaire sur l'attaque surprise de Pearl Harbor, vous marcherez dans un couloir qui vous ramènera à la vie insulaire avant 1941. Un authentique avion japonais Zero est affiché tel qu'il aurait été sur le pont du porte-avions japonais. Hiryu à l'aube du 7 décembre 1941.
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Chutes de Manoa
Forêt tropicale, cascades et sites de cinéma : navette et randonnée autoguidée - Découvrez la beauté spectaculaire et intacte d'Hawaï lors d'une randonnée de 2,5 km traversant la forêt tropicale, les cascades et les sites de cinéma. Une belle cascade de 150 pieds sera votre destination inoubliable. En chemin, vous traverserez des jardins luxuriants d'arbres fruitiers tropicaux ainsi qu'une ancienne demeure hawaïenne. De plus, vous verrez même les décors de plusieurs films et émissions de télévision populaires, de Hunger Games à Hawaii Five-O. Attention : attraction temporairement indisponible (mise à jour covid-19). Les réservations sont obligatoires pour cette activité.
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Vallée de Waimea
Découvrez les merveilles naturelles de la vallée de Waimea. Cette magnifique oasis de verdure de 1 875 acres est composée de jardins botaniques, de 5 000 espèces de plantes différentes, de dizaines de sites archéologiques et d'une magnifique cascade. Des visites à pied autoguidées gratuites ont lieu tous les jours, et vous pouvez même découvrir la culture hawaïenne dans cet environnement naturel spectaculaire en prenant une leçon de hula ou en fabriquant un lei. Un chemin pavé serpente à travers 35 jardins botaniques thématiques, avec plus de 200 familles de plantes, y compris des plantes rares que l'on ne trouve que sur les îles hawaïennes et certaines avec des fleurs aussi grosses qu'un ballon de basket. Les chutes de Waimea, hautes de 45 mètres, sont le point central du parc, et vous aurez la chance de nager dans la piscine en contrebas, alors apportez un maillot de bain et une serviette.
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Hawaï humide et sauvage
Wet 'n' Wild Hawaï incl. Le Flowrider - Les familles et les accros à l'adrénaline trouveront beaucoup à aimer ici. Choisissez parmi plus de 25 manèges et attractions qui vont de doux (Water World Playground) à sauvage (Tornado et son tunnel de 130 pieds). Apportez votre maillot de bain et préparez-vous à vous éclater !
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Palais Iolani
Les deux derniers monarques du royaume hawaïen - le roi Kalakaua et son successeur, la reine Liliuokalani - ont vécu au palais Iolani à la fin des années 1800. Vous serez émerveillé par l'architecture ornée et le mobilier de ce monument méticuleusement restauré. Le palais Iolani est la seule résidence officielle de la royauté aux États-Unis. Située dans le quartier de la capitale d'Honolulu, cette structure royale et monument historique national abritait les deux derniers monarques du royaume hawaïen. Le palais a été construit en 1882 par le roi Kalakaua. Sa sœur et successeur, la reine Liliuokalani, a résidé au palais jusqu'au renversement de la monarchie hawaïenne en 1893.
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Musée de l'évêque
Passer quelques heures dans le plus grand musée d'Hawaï est l'un des meilleurs moyens de vraiment connaître le 50e État américain. Les points forts incluent des expositions sur la culture polynésienne, 22 millions de spécimens de la vie animale et végétale et une exposition de volcans "actifs". Découvrez l'histoire naturelle et culturelle d'Hawaï au Bishop Museum. Le musée a été fondé en 1898 pour exposer les objets de famille de la princesse Bernice Pauahi Bishop, dernière descendante de la famille royale Kamehameha. Aujourd'hui, le musée est le premier musée d'histoire culturelle et naturelle du Pacifique, avec un programme d'expositions en constante évolution et des programmes interactifs quotidiens.
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Arboretum de Lyon
Grâce à une pluviométrie moyenne abondante de 165 pouces, l'Arboretum de Lyon offre un cadre de forêt tropicale humide idéal pour cultiver une énorme diversité de plantes, ce qui est l'une des raisons pour lesquelles le terrain sert souvent de laboratoire en plein air pour les étudiants locaux. L'Arboretum de Lyon a ouvert ses portes au public en 1972 et sa collection comprend désormais des héliconias, des gingembres, des aracées, des broméliacées, des plantes hawaïennes indigènes et l'une des plus grandes collections de palmiers trouvées dans un jardin botanique.
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Palais d'été de la reine Emma
Le palais d'été de la reine Emma offre une occasion unique de visiter une maison de la Nouvelle-Angleterre du XIXe siècle à moins de 10 minutes d'Honolulu, dans la luxuriante vallée de Nuuanu. Construit à Boston en 1848, le palais a été expédié à Hawaï via le cap Horn pour servir de résidence d'été à la reine Emma, ​​au roi Kamehameha IV et à leur fils, le prince Albert Edward. La reine Emma, ​​née en 1836, symbolisait la culture cosmopolite des îles. Elle descendait à la fois de chefs hawaïens et de John Young, un Anglais qui devint l'ami et le conseiller du grand Kamehameha I.
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Musée d'art d'Honolulu
Combattez la chaleur et éloignez-vous des sites les plus fréquentés du Honolulu Museum of Art, le premier musée des beaux-arts d'Hawaï. L'utilisateur de TripAdvisor, Birdwalk, l'appelle "un changement bien nécessaire par rapport au rythme effréné de Waikiki". L'architecture du Musée est tout aussi intéressante que ses collections. Au sein du musée, les visiteurs peuvent se sentir transportés vers d'autres cultures et d'autres époques en traversant de magnifiques pavillons extérieurs et plus de 30 galeries. De l'étang de nénuphars du jardin japonais à la cour centrale remplie de sculptures, le musée d'art d'Honolulu combine des expositions acclamées avec de beaux cadres.
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Locations et ventes de style hawaïen
Locations de style hawaïen : location de cyclomoteurs, de vélos ou de vélos électriques - Le meilleur moyen – et le plus efficace – d'explorer Oahu à votre rythme, en ne voyant que ce que vous voulez voir, est de faire du vélo ou du cyclomoteur. Contrairement à une visite en bus, vous pouvez visiter une attraction et vous attarder si vous le souhaitez. De plus, vous n'êtes pas obligé de passer par des attractions qui ne vous intéressent pas. Décidez simplement de votre itinéraire et partez ! Que vous souhaitiez voir les meilleurs sites de Waikiki ou vous diriger plus loin vers des endroits plus isolés - ou les deux - le choix vous appartient. Mieux encore, c'est le moyen le plus amusant de se déplacer sur l'île, sans parler d'un excellent moyen de réduire les embouteillages à Waikiki. Remarque : Votre pass Go Oahu comprend 1 choix par jour entre une location de vélo à la journée (8 heures), une location de vélo électrique de 3 heures ou une location de cyclomoteur de 3 heures. Votre location comprend une carte d'Oahu et un casque. Les réservations sont obligatoires pour cette activité. Les taxes applicables et les petits frais d'essence seront prélevés au moment de la location.
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Ranch de Kualoa
Voyaging Catamaran Sail - Ne manquez pas l'occasion de voir Oahu dans toute sa splendeur avec une excursion en catamaran autour de Kuala Ranch. Montez à bord d'un bateau de 49 passagers pour une visite commentée de la baie de Kaneohe, de l'île de Mokolii (chapeau chinois) et bien plus encore. De plus, vous ferez une visite en bus des jardins de Molii ou une balade en canoë sur un ancien étang à poissons. Remarque : avec votre pass, vous pouvez visiter l'une des attractions suivantes par jour pendant toute la durée de votre pass : Secret Island Beach, Voyaging Catamaran Sail, Aloha Aina Tour. Les réservations sont obligatoires pour cette activité.
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Sentier du phare de Makapuu
Le sentier Makapu'u Point, dans le littoral pittoresque de l'État de Ka Iwi, offre une vue exceptionnelle sur la côte sud-est d'Oahu, y compris Koko Head et Koko Crater. Depuis la destination du sentier à Makapu'u Head, on est récompensé par une vue magnifique sur la côte au vent et les îlots au large, ainsi que par le phare historique de Makapu'u au toit rouge construit en 1909, qui offre une image époustouflante contre la mer d'un bleu profond. ci-dessous (le spectaculaire phare de Makapu'u avec sa lumière vieille de plus de 100 ans faite avec un objectif "hyper-radiant" historique, par exemple une lentille de grande taille). Par temps clair, vous pouvez même voir Molokai et Lanai. Les îlots au large sont la faune sanctuaires pour les oiseaux de mer hawaïens, tels que l'aiwa, la frégate et l'oiseau tropique.Portez des baskets et des vêtements confortables, apportez un chapeau et de la crème solaire, et buvez beaucoup d'eau. Longueur du sentier : 2,0 km. (aller-retour) Difficulté : Modérée Attention : les réservations sont obligatoires pour cette activité.
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Yoga sous les palmiers
Commencez votre matinée à Hawaï avec une séance de yoga paisible surplombant les eaux bleues de la plage de Waikiki ou sur une terrasse sur le toit surplombant les magnifiques montagnes Koolau. Faites votre choix parmi les cours Vinyasa Flow + Sculpt ou Power Vinyasa Yoga. Attention : les réservations sont obligatoires pour cette activité. Votre pass vous permet également de bénéficier de 10 % de réduction sur les vêtements Yoga Under the Palms Logo.
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Parc de la plage du coucher du soleil
3 activités ont lieu sur Sunset Beach : tissage de paniers de cocotiers /fabrication de pendentifs en coquillages /fabrication de lei hawaïens Suivez un cours de fabrication de lei hawaïens pour avoir la chance de fabriquer votre propre lei et découvrez une importante coutume hawaïenne. Alternativement, vous pouvez profiter d'une journée pratique à la plage pendant que vous créez vos propres pendentifs en coquillage à ramener à la maison comme souvenir ou cadeau à quelqu'un de spécial, ou à la place apprendre un artisanat hawaïen traditionnel avec une leçon de tissage de panier de cocotier. Remarque : les réservations sont obligatoires pour toutes ces activités. Vous serez sur la plage, donc une serviette ou une chaise de plage, un écran solaire et de l'eau sont recommandés.
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la côte Nord
ATTRACTION PREMIUM (Choisissez 1 - valable uniquement sur les pass de 3 jours ou plus) - North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour - Cette excursion d'une journée met en valeur la beauté naturelle et les produits raffinés de la magnifique côte nord d'Oahu, avec des arrêts sur les plages, une ferme de café et , bien sûr, la célèbre ferme Dole.
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Parc de la plage d'Haleiwa
ATTRACTION PREMIUM (Choisissez 1 - valable uniquement sur les pass de 3 jours ou plus) - Stand-up Paddleboard Nature & Turtle Tour - Plongez dans les eaux de la rivière Anahulu lors d'une excursion amusante en stand-up paddle (SUP) qui vous emmènera dans le célèbre vert d'Hawaï tortues marines dans leur habitat naturel.
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patriciadR2774JP
Dec 2022
We managed to get really good value from our pass, which also helped make it easy to get around to places we wanted to see without worrying about how we were going to get there. We had the 3 day pass. First day we used for the pearl harbour/downtown tour in the morning followed my the Makani catamaran tour in the afternoon, next we teamed the diamond head hike with sea life park entry and the sealife luau, the final day we just used to hike mamoa waterfall and we thought about going to the Polynesian cultural centre or Kualoa in the afternoon but decided we needed a rest afternoon that day in the end (if there had been something that included transport to either of these places we would have but couldn’t be bothered navigating 1.5hoyrs on the public bus). Given we were going to go to a luau anyway, the 3 day package wasn’t a whole lot more. Only negative was the customer service from go city themselves when I phoned them with an issue I was having. The person on the phone lied to me about my pass having to be used on consecutive days and wanted me to sort a problem that I felt they should have dealt with myself.
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Dec 2022
Hi, That's amazing to hear! We are glad to have been a part of this excellent trip. We really appreciate the positive feedback. Your suggestion will help us improve our services, thank you! We wish you all the best! Regards, Go City - JT
macsenj2022
Dec 2022
My wife and I purchased a 3 day package w/ the following activities. I'd actually give it a higher rating of 2 stars if not for the misleading descriptions on the GoCity website (see below). First, the good: 1)Visit the Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum/ Battleship Missouri/ Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor- Highly recommend all 3, particularly the Missouri. 2)Kualoa Ranch Hawaii/ Jungle Expedition Tour- Also a lot of fun, w/ some great views. Recommend, but you have to pay extra to get the decent tour. To be fair, this is explained on the GoCity website. The other activities were somewhere between boring to downright bad. GoCity needs to be more clear about what the customer should expect. 3)Experience the Makani Catamaran Sail -“Get the chance to see dolphins, flying fish, and whales”. Phrased to make it sound like you will see them when you almost certainly won’t, but its not technically false advertising. -Very boring around the 40 minute mark. Good for pictures, but that doesn’t require 2 hours. - Asked a staff member to place a souvenir behind the bar to keep it safe. Was very clear. Evidently she was paying half attention b/c she threw it out, and then became angry when I asked for it back. Very weird (sober?) rude behavior, especially considering how polite and calm I was. She didn’t even offer a half-hearted apology. Thankfully we were able to retrieve it. 4)Experience the Moana Splash Luau + Sea Life Park Admission: A)Sea Life Park -Small sea park for small children. This was NOT stated in the description. If you’re an adult w/o kids you'll be ready to leave in about 10 minutes. Very misleading pictures. Compare the pictures on the site to those you can find online from actual visitors. -They have a dolphin show. Animal nut or not, this was extremely disturbing and should be illegal. Could see several animals had bent fins (a sure sign that they are physically/ mentally unhealthy). - My wife and I went to the nearby beach (beautiful) to kill time before the luau. Highly recommend checking this beach out if you can (just skip the park). B)Moana Splash Luau -Stood around 2 hours waiting while the organizers checked in at least 100+ guests. -“Deluxe shell lei greeting upon arrival”-- cheap trinket. Can buy at any local store. -“Cultural activities and demonstrations like lei making, temporary Polynesian tattoos, hula lessons, coconut headband weaving and ukulele lessons”-- no ukulele lessons and didn’t see the tattoos. As for the other cultural activities, these aren’t particularly interesting and there are so many people its not even worth doing. -“Delicious dinner buffet”-- Boring, low quality food. Hadn’t eaten all day, and couldn’t stomach it. This on top of the long lines due to the ridiculous number of people and limited buffet space. - “Free Drinks”-- Not nearly enough to make this not terrible. -Performance was good, but its nothing special. I literally saw the same thing at a mall in waikiki a few days later. -Nearly stranded b/c the park is in the middle of nowhere and the luau ends ~30 minutes AFTER the public bus services end (why?). Getting an uber/dash was impossible even though we tried booking early so we left to catch the bus. 5)Enjoy the Circle Island Tour and Snorkeling: Overall terrible. Could definitely arrange a much better tour, even for this low cost. The itinerary for this joke was: -2 somewhat scenic points near Honolulu that you can easily see yourself -Random strip mall/ the tour guide’s friends banana stand -Coffee/ macadamia nut store-- admittedly they have great coffee -Beautiful beach-- the only good stop on the tour -Grossly overpriced fried shrimp restaurant w/ a mongoose infestation out back (better than rats I guess?). -Random fruit stand -- try the fried banana -Lame snorkeling at rocky crowded beach (see below) -Dole Pineapple Plantation Center- a large store w/ overpriced trinkets, dolewhip (you can get free samples in waikiki) and hordes of people. Nothing of interest at all. Complete and utter waste of time. -Another random coffee shop -“Enjoy an hour of snorkeling in Haleiwa.”-- By this they mean drop you off at a random beach full of tourists and rocky outcroppings w/ some snorkeling gear and come collect you in an hour. My wife and I were laughing at how ridiculous it was. The only good thing about it was the tour guide who at least made an effort to show off some parts of Honolulu on the return trip. More than half of these activities were/are a complete waste of time and money. I didn't expect much, but wow. You're better off just hanging out at the beach in waikiki.
Réponse de l'hôte
Dec 2022
Hi! Thank you for taking the time to write a review. Your feedback is extremely significant and helpful to us. We are constantly improving our services to offer the best customer experience. We work closely with all the Partners and will make sure your comments are passed on to Viator. Warm regards, Go City - JT
Marlyn_B
Nov 2022
The history of the aviation museum was fantastic. Display of aircraft and information posted was well done. The pre movie was surprising. I could not believe they actually had an interview with one of the Japanese fighter pilots.
Réponse de l'hôte
Dec 2022
Hi! Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We really appreciate the positive feedback. It is great to hear that you enjoyed using the pass while visiting one of our cities. We can't wait to hear from you again in the future. Warm regards, Go City - JT

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