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Attractions in Honolulu, Hawaii
Atlantis Submarines - For a real underwater adventure that doesn't even get you wet, take an excursion in a 100-foot passenger submarine. At 160 tons, this air-conditioned giant is decked out with special ports for viewing the coral and sea life as far as 150 feet below the surface.
Diamond Head State Monument - The historic trail to the 761-foot summit starts inside the crater and is an easy, but steep, 45-minute hike to the top. The unique profile of Diamond Head sits prominently near the eastern edge of Waikiki's coastline. Hawaii's most recognized landmark is known for its historic hiking trail, stunning coastal views, and military history.
Dole Plantation - Home of the Pineapple Garden Maze, the World's Largest Maze. Learn everything you ever wanted to know about pineapples as you see displays about the history of the pineapple, Jim Dole's contributions to the pineapple industry and video presentation of pineapple processing.
Dolphin Quest - Feel the thrill of a lifetime as you touch, swim with and even kiss a dolphin! Let loose, laugh and have loads of fun swimming with dolphins in our tropical paradise setting. Take a dolphin adventure, or reserve some family fun time.
Hanauma Bay Snorkel Adventures - Hanauma Bay boasts some of the best snorkeling in the entire world! Let a local Hawaii snorkel excursion company help you and your family enjoy Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve to the fullest. Remember, snorkeling Hawaii is fun and educational for young and old. No experience is necessary!
Hawaii Food Tours - Hawaii Food Tours organizes delicious trips to restaurants around the city. Three different tours including the Hawaiian Feast in Paradise which samples local favorites, the Hole-in-the-Wall Tour which features food from locations a little off the beaten path, and the Gourmet Trilogy Tour which allows you to taste the offerings from three of Oahu's best restaurants.
Hawaiian Parasail - Parasail above blue Waikiki waters! Take the ride of your life with Hawaiian Parasail! Soar up to 500 feet above the spectacular Honolulu coastline - an experience you won't soon forget!
Honolulu Horse and Carriage - Oahu's balmy weather makes it the perfect place for an evening stroll; or better yet, a romantic carriage ride. This company offers carriage rides through Waikiki nightly. Perfect for weddings, sight seeing, and other special events.
Honolulu Zoo - The Honolulu Zoo is an enjoyable family attraction in Hawaii. With picnic grounds, and plenty of activities throughout the year to enjoy. With hundreds of of animals to see, and lots of things to do, the Honolulu Zoo is a wonderful family outing while enjoying Hawaii.
Island Seaplane Service - Located just adjacent to Honolulu International Airport, this service allows visitors to see Honolulu and the island of O'ahu from high above.
KOS Movie and Lost Tours - Take an amazing tour around the island in a Hummer to see the beautiful sights and filming locations for movies such as Jurassic Park, 50 First Dates, Godzilla, and Along Came Polly; as well as dozens of filming spots for the epic Television series "Lost". Choose from 2, 5, 8, and 10 hour Lost tours- for serious fans!
Pearl Harbor Museum & USS Arizona Memorial - The USS Arizona Memorial is part of the recently dedicated WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument. The National Monument also includes sites on Ford Island: the USS Oklahoma Memorial, USS Utah Memorial, and several historic Battleship Row mooring quays and CPO bungalows. The National Monument is located about 2 miles west of the Honolulu Airport in Pearl Harbor on the island of Oahu.
Polynesian Cultural Center - Get a true taste of the Polynesian culture! Visitors enjoy 7 Pacific Island villages with activities and demonstrations, Hawaii's most authentic luau, the spectacular evening show, a canoe pageant, Polynesian handicrafts marketplace, and an IMAX theater.
Snorkel Bob's - This aquatic gear shop has a huge inventory of high quality merchandise. Name-brand boogie boards, beach chairs, masks and everything that you will need to have a good time in the sea or on the beach is available for rental and sale.
Waikiki Aquarium - Have you ever looked into the eye of a zebra shark? Seen an octopus opening a jar? Or met the real-life versions of Dori and Nemo? Located next to a living coral reef, the award winning Waikiki Aquarium brings guests face-to-fin with colorful tropical fish, reef sharks, living corals, endangered Hawaiian monk seals, sea jellies, squid, octopus and more!