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Pearl Harbor + Dole Plantation + Centre culturel polynésien d'Honolulu

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Rejoignez-nous pour une journée inoubliable dans trois des attractions les plus populaires d'Oahu : Pearl Harbor, Dole Plantation et le centre culturel polynésien. Nous commençons par l'historique Pearl Harbor où vous ferez l'expérience directe des événements bouleversants qui ont catapulté les États-Unis dans la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Nous nous arrêtons à Dole Plantation dédiée à l'histoire de la culture de l'ananas à Hawaï. Achetez des souvenirs au Plantation Store et dégustez même une délicieuse friandise glacée Dole Whip. En arrivant au centre culturel polynésien, explorez un large éventail de traditions polynésiennes en visitant des villages authentiques pour chaque nation. Rencontrez des insulaires du Pacifique du monde entier, écoutez leurs histoires et leurs chansons et regardez leurs danses joyeuses. Pearl Harbor, Dole Plantation et le centre culturel polynésien sont trois des meilleurs sites d'Oahu et cette visite rend la visite facile et agréable en une journée. Rejoignez notre sympathique guide expert dans notre fourgonnette de luxe confortable pour vivre l'expérience d'une vie. Réservez aujourd'hui!
Ville: Honolulu
Thu 29 Feb
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Ce qui est inclu
Air-conditioned vehicle
· Round trip Waikiki hotel transportation · Admission and tickets
Air-conditioned vehicle
· Round trip Waikiki hotel transportation · Admission and tickets
Air-conditioned vehicle
· Round trip Waikiki hotel transportation · Admission and tickets
Déjeuner
Information additionnelle
  • Les bébés doivent s'asseoir sur les genoux d'un adulte
  • Animaux d'assistance autorisés
  • Des options de transport en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Convient à toutes les conditions physiques niveaux
À quoi s'attendre
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Pearl Harbor National Memorial
We begin at historic Pearl Harbor where you will experience firsthand the earth-shattering events that catapulted the U.S. into World War II. Join us at the USS Arizona Memorial, a deeply moving and emotional experience where you will learn about the 1,177 seamen who perished when their battleship was sunk during the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. You’ll witness the attack in a 23-minute documentary and then cross the harbor to the Memorial in a Navy vessel. At the Memorial, pay your respects to the heroes whose names are etched in marble in the Shrine Room. Look into the water and note the oil droplets – “The Black Tears of the Arizona” – that continue to escape the sunken battleship and rise to the harbor surface. Back at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, there will be time to visit the WWII museum exhibits and the bookshop.
2
Dole Plantation
Next, we stop at Dole Plantation dedicated to Hawaii’s pineapple growing history. Shop for souvenirs at the Plantation Store and even taste a delicious frozen Dole Whip treat. As we head to Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore, we’ll pass by famous surfing beaches like Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach, where the world’s best surfers test their skills at championship tournaments in November and December.
3
North Shore
Our breathtaking voyage continues as we take in the valleys and cliffs of the emerald green Koolau Mountains and the rocky shoreline of South Oahu. You’ll be amazed by the incredible panoramic views from Nuuanu Pali Lookout, Makapuu Point, and Hanauma Bay.
4
Polynesian Cultural Center
Arriving at Polynesian Cultural Center, you’ll enter a world that celebrates the music, dance, and way of life on six Pacific Island nations: Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand. Explore a diverse spectrum of Polynesian traditions as you visit authentic villages for each nation. Meet Pacific islanders from across globe, listen to their stories and songs, and watch their joyful dances. Take a canoe ride from village to village and learn Tahitian spear throwing and Samoan cooking. Sit back and enjoy the colorful Polynesian Canoe Pageant and relax over a delicious barbecue lunch.
5
Pearl Harbor National Memorial
We begin at historic Pearl Harbor where you will experience firsthand the earth-shattering events that catapulted the U.S. into World War II. Join us at the USS Arizona Memorial, a deeply moving and emotional experience where you will learn about the 1,177 seamen who perished when their battleship was sunk during the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. You’ll witness the attack in a 23-minute documentary and then cross the harbor to the Memorial in a Navy vessel. At the Memorial, pay your respects to the heroes whose names are etched in marble in the Shrine Room. Look into the water and note the oil droplets – “The Black Tears of the Arizona” – that continue to escape the sunken battleship and rise to the harbor surface. Back at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, there will be time to visit the WWII museum exhibits and the bookshop.
6
Dole Plantation
Next, we stop at Dole Plantation dedicated to Hawaii’s pineapple growing history. Shop for souvenirs at the Plantation Store and even taste a delicious frozen Dole Whip treat. As we head to Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore, we’ll pass by famous surfing beaches like Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach, where the world’s best surfers test their skills at championship tournaments in November and December.
7
North Shore
Our breathtaking voyage continues as we take in the valleys and cliffs of the emerald green Koolau Mountains and the rocky shoreline of South Oahu. You’ll be amazed by the incredible panoramic views from Nuuanu Pali Lookout, Makapuu Point, and Hanauma Bay.
8
Polynesian Cultural Center
Arriving at Polynesian Cultural Center, you’ll enter a world that celebrates the music, dance, and way of life on six Pacific Island nations: Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand. Explore a diverse spectrum of Polynesian traditions as you visit authentic villages for each nation. Meet Pacific islanders from across globe, listen to their stories and songs, and watch their joyful dances. Take a canoe ride from village to village and learn Tahitian spear throwing and Samoan cooking. Sit back and enjoy the colorful Polynesian Canoe Pageant and relax over a delicious barbecue lunch.
9
Pearl Harbor National Memorial
We begin at historic Pearl Harbor where you will experience firsthand the earth-shattering events that catapulted the U.S. into World War II. Join us at the USS Arizona Memorial, a deeply moving and emotional experience where you will learn about the 1,177 seamen who perished when their battleship was sunk during the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. You’ll witness the attack in a 23-minute documentary and then cross the harbor to the Memorial in a Navy vessel. At the Memorial, pay your respects to the heroes whose names are etched in marble in the Shrine Room. Look into the water and note the oil droplets – “The Black Tears of the Arizona” – that continue to escape the sunken battleship and rise to the harbor surface. Back at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, there will be time to visit the WWII museum exhibits and the bookshop.
10
Dole Plantation
Next, we stop at Dole Plantation dedicated to Hawaii’s pineapple growing history. Shop for souvenirs at the Plantation Store and even taste a delicious frozen Dole Whip treat. As we head to Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore, we’ll pass by famous surfing beaches like Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach, where the world’s best surfers test their skills at championship tournaments in November and December.
11
North Shore
Our breathtaking voyage continues as we take in the valleys and cliffs of the emerald green Koolau Mountains and the rocky shoreline of South Oahu. You’ll be amazed by the incredible panoramic views from Nuuanu Pali Lookout, Makapuu Point, and Hanauma Bay.
12
Polynesian Cultural Center
Arriving at Polynesian Cultural Center, you’ll enter a world that celebrates the music, dance, and way of life on six Pacific Island nations: Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand. Explore a diverse spectrum of Polynesian traditions as you visit authentic villages for each nation. Meet Pacific islanders from across globe, listen to their stories and songs, and watch their joyful dances. Take a canoe ride from village to village and learn Tahitian spear throwing and Samoan cooking. Sit back and enjoy the colorful Polynesian Canoe Pageant and relax over a delicious barbecue lunch.
13
Mémorial national de Pearl Harbor
Nous commençons par l'historique Pearl Harbor où vous ferez l'expérience directe des événements bouleversants qui ont catapulté les États-Unis dans la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Rejoignez-nous au USS Arizona Memorial, une expérience profondément émouvante et émouvante où vous découvrirez les 1 177 marins qui ont péri lorsque leur cuirassé a été coulé lors de l'attaque japonaise du 7 décembre 1941 sur Pearl Harbor. Vous serez témoin de l'attaque dans un documentaire de 23 minutes, puis traverserez le port jusqu'au Mémorial à bord d'un navire de la Marine. Au Mémorial, rendez hommage aux héros dont les noms sont gravés sur le marbre dans la salle du sanctuaire. Regardez dans l'eau et notez les gouttelettes d'huile - "Les larmes noires de l'Arizona" - qui continuent de s'échapper du cuirassé coulé et de remonter à la surface du port. De retour au Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, vous aurez le temps de visiter les expositions du musée de la Seconde Guerre mondiale et la librairie.
14
Plantation de Dole
Ensuite, nous nous arrêtons à Dole Plantation dédiée à l'histoire de la culture de l'ananas à Hawaii. Achetez des souvenirs au Plantation Store et dégustez même une délicieuse friandise glacée Dole Whip. En nous dirigeant vers le centre culturel polynésien sur la côte nord, nous passerons par des plages de surf célèbres comme Waimea Bay et Sunset Beach, où les meilleurs surfeurs du monde testent leurs compétences lors de tournois de championnat en novembre et décembre.
15
la côte Nord
Notre voyage à couper le souffle se poursuit alors que nous admirons les vallées et les falaises des montagnes Koolau vert émeraude et le littoral rocheux du sud d'Oahu. Vous serez émerveillé par les incroyables vues panoramiques de Nuuanu Pali Lookout, Makapuu Point et Hanauma Bay.
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Centre Culturel Polynésien
En arrivant au Centre culturel polynésien, vous entrerez dans un monde qui célèbre la musique, la danse et le mode de vie de six nations insulaires du Pacifique : Hawaï, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fidji et Nouvelle-Zélande. Explorez un large éventail de traditions polynésiennes en visitant des villages authentiques pour chaque nation. Rencontrez des insulaires du Pacifique du monde entier, écoutez leurs histoires et leurs chansons et regardez leurs danses joyeuses. Faites une balade en canoë de village en village et apprenez le lancer de lance tahitien et la cuisine samoane. Asseyez-vous et profitez du spectacle coloré de canoë polynésien et détendez-vous autour d'un délicieux déjeuner barbecue.
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Commentaires (7)
mikekJ3097SL
Oct 2022
Pearl Harbor - Dole - Lunch - and generally the Tour itself with all of the knowledge and history that went with it from our Tour Guide - SHANNON !!!! From the beginning to the end - SHANNON , was most courteous , friendly , safe with his driving , respectable and very knowledgeable about the areas and history !!! He made the trip well worth the cost and when we come back again in the future we will ask for him again to be our guide !!!!! Mike & Janyce Kerns - Houston ( Cypress ) Texas
Sasman67
Jan 2022
Wonderful day tour that allowed for the right amount of time at each stop. Our guide, Shannon, had lots of great information and advice for other activities and places to eat.
Réponse de l'hôte
Jan 2022
Aloha, I am so glad you enjoyed your trip and had a good time. Shannon is an amazing tour guide Thank you Aloha Sunshine Tours
92JohnM92
Feb 2020
Great tour...only one I could find that does the circle island + the Polynesian cultural centre without the evening show (which makes for a very long day). Our driver (Kona) was great, and shared his knowledge of the local culture with our small group.

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