Can I book a Pearl Harbor Tour from Other Islands?
February 12, 2016
When many people plan their Pearl Harbor tour, they’re usually staying on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, which is where Honolulu is located. It’s one of the northernmost Hawaiian islands, and there’s tons of cool stuff to do and see while you’re there.
But what if you’re not staying on Oahu? Can you still book a Pearl Harbor tour?
The answer is yes. Hawaii’s other islands—Maui, the Big Island, and Kauai—have their own charm, and if you get the opportunity you should definitely visit other islands. What you shouldn’t miss out on is seeing Pearl Harbor for yourself.
Want to book a Pearl Harbor tour from any of these other islands? Here’s how.
Maui is paradise for those who love the outdoors. From beach sports to long hikes through forest reserves to ziplining, Maui has some of the most beautiful scenery you’ll find anywhere on the Hawaiian islands.
Luckily, there is an alternative to the hassle of trying to coordinate flight times to match up with Pearl Harbor tour times. If you book a Pearl Harbor tour from Maui with a tour company, your transportation will be taken care of. You won’t need to worry about extra tickets, and you can sit back while your tour guide manages everything.
The largest of the Hawaiian islands, Hawaii—the namesake of the Hawaiian islands but nicknamed Big Island—is home to two active volcanoes. If you’re visiting the Big Islans, be sure to tour the volcanoes and see lava tunnels and all sorts of cool sights in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
There are no ferries from the Big Island to Oahu, but flights are available. From about $250 round-trip, you can fly from the Big Island to Oahu and come back that same evening. You will be back a bit late, but it can be done.
For a little more peace of mind, book a Pearl Harbor tour from the Big Island that includes your flights in advance. Your tour company will handle all of the tickets and transportation. This will make your tour more enjoyable and relaxing.
The island of Kauai lies just to the north of Oahu, and it lives up to its nickname of the Garden Isle. Lush and beautiful, Kauai is mountainous with beautiful beaches. For decades, visitors have loved exploring the island and it never fails to surprise and delight guests from all over the world.
Being so close to Oahu, it’s easy—and fast—to get there. Flights only take about half an hour, and.tickets cost between $150 and $160.
But there’s a simpler alternative to making these arrangements yourself. When you book a Pearl Harbor tour from Kauai with a tour company, you avoid the headache of trying to coordinate flight times with tour times. All of your transportation needs will be taken care of for you.
The Hawaiian islands have so much to offer visitors, it seems a shame to stay on just one while you visit. Remember that even if you’re staying on one of the other islands, you can still book a Pearl Harbor tour.