If you are staying on the Big Island and want to visit Pearl Harbor, on Oahu, this one-day inter-island tour is the perfect solution. This Kona to Pearl Harbor Memorial Tour includes round-trip airfare, admissions, and transportation on Oahu.
Depart Kona on a 50-minute flight to Honolulu International Airport, where a tour guide will greet you and begin your tour. A few minutes later, you will arrive at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. The Arizona Memorial portion of your tour includes a 23-minute film about the 1941 Japanese attack, a US Navy-operated shuttle boat to the memorial, and reflection time on board the majestic USS Arizona Memorial. Due to ongoing dock repair and reduced capacity on the USS Arizona ferry boats, the USS Arizona boat pass is not guaranteed.
- Round trip airfare between Kona, Hawaii and Honolulu, Oahu
- Round trip ground transportation on Oahu (ground transportation on Big Island not provided)
- Admissions and tickets to Battleship Missouri (Mighty MO), Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, Bowfin Submarine Museum
- We do not guarantee “pre arranged” Arizona Memorial boat passes. In the event we do not secure your pre arranged boat passes, you will be directed to the Arizona Memorial walk up line.
- Visit USS Arizona Memorial (Not guaranteed due to ongoing dock repair)
- Visit Oahu’s Pacific Historic Park
- Official Film with Footage of the Pearl Harbor Attack
- World War II Museums & Informative Exhibits display
Pearl Harbor Visitor Center
- Stand on the Surrender Deck of the “Might Mo” – the USS Missouri Battleship
- Tour the “Pearl Harbor Avenger” – the USS Bowfin Submarine
- View Battleship Row and U.S. Pacific Fleet
- Pacific Aviation Museum
- Historic World War II Narration
- Visit the gift shop for souvenirs, books and WWII Memorabilia
- View Battleship Row & Bowfin Submarine
- See the Headquarters of the USA Pacific Fleet
- View many USA Navy vessels that might include destroyers and carriers.
- Witness Hawaii’s royal history in Downtown Honolulu
- Iolani Palace – Built by Hawaii’s Last Monarch: King David Kalakaua
- King Kamehameha the Great Statue – The Chief Who United the Hawaiian Islands
- Aliiolani Hale – As Seen on Hawaii Five-O
- Kawaiahao Church – The Westminster Abbey of the Pacific