We have a variety of tours to choose from in Oahu, Big island and Kauai. Breath taking island tours including volcano tours, dolphin watching, snorkelling and many more.
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Venture onto private land behind 3 locked gates to explore the upper slopes of Kona’s very own volcano – Hualalai. This journey provides intimate, unique access to the site of multiple volcanic eruptions from the 1800’s, all within a short distance.View Tour » Hawaii Forest and Trail »
Afternoon Adventure | ECO-Power Catamaran with Climbing Wall, Big Floating Mat, SUP and Water slideView Tour » Iruka Waikiki »
Step aboard and enjoy our ocean activity & turtle snorkeling experience in front of Hawaii’s most famous beach! Our two hour guided cruise to Diamond Head and Waikiki will capture your imagination and reveal many secrets of Oahu. Cruise along the shoreline Coast all while viewing the beautiful skyline and ocean reef and crystal clear waters. Jump in and snorkel with wild sea turtles.View Tour » Iruka Waikiki »
Experience one of the ultimate PRIVATE helicopter tours on Oahu in VIP luxury. Begin your adventure by flying over Waikiki’s shoreline, where the modern metropolis of Honolulu meets the white sands of Waikiki’s iconic beaches.View Tour » Mauna Loa Helicopter Tours Oahu »
Let the KIBOU take you on an aquatic adventure along the western shores of the Big Island of Hawaii. Go snorkeling, diving, and swimming in the Hawaiian waters where you will get up close and personal encounters with the enchanting and beautiful manta rays! Live out what The Travel Channel calls one of the "Top 10 Things to do in your lifetime"! As a bonus, view the most unbelievable sunsets as we cruise to the Manta destination.View Tour » Iruka Kona »
Join us and learn about Hawai‘i’s rich culture, land, and marine life. We’ll grill up some lunch on board and go snorkeling in a pristine reef with exotic fish, turtles, and possibly manta rays! All of our crew are lifeguard certified, experienced, personable, and knowledgeable.View Tour » Iruka Kona »