Whether you choose to rent a vehicle or not, here are a few helpful suggestions on what to see and where to go to make the most of your time on O‘ahu!
For more than 75 years, Roberts Hawaii has been servicing visitors as a tour and transportation company on all four islands. Sightseeing, dining, shows and entertainment, land activities, ocean tours and activities, luxury tours and island hopping are all the experiences available to you through this employee-owned company.
Just be ready for a full day of fun whether you love shopping, want to circle the entire island with stops at landmarks and destinations, or are interested in visiting historic Pearl Harbor or downtown Honolulu. Evening outings include shows, sunset dinner cruises, lū‘au and more. You can even opt to visit any one of our neighbor islands. Roberts Hawaii offers a wide variety of tours; you just have to check their website for details!
There’s a whole lot of things to see and do on the island, and if you’re not sure where to begin, stop by Special Ticket & Tour to speak with the folks in the know who can provide options best suited for you and your budget.
“We opened in May 1999 and love to share the beauty of the islands,” says Crystal Hanh, owner of Special Ticket & Tour. “We help visitors experience the best of the island with the best service and prices at our convenient location in Waikīkī.”
They can put together customized tours, as well as offer island tours and attractions based on your preferences. What does Hanh suggest for families with young children or first-time visitors?
“I suggest the Grand Circle Island Tour, Pearl Harbor Tour or the Polynesian Cultural Center,” says Hanh. “We guarantee visitors will get the best prices in town without the hassle or attending a timeshare presentation. Visitors will have an amazing experience with our company.”
Get information on land and ocean tours, dinner shows, dinner cruises, visitor attractions, lū‘au, interisland trips, hotels and combos—they’ll help you take the guesswork out of decision making.
[A version of this article appears in print in the pages of This Week Oʻahu]