City tour of Honolulu
This tour represents more of a cultural and social observation of the Oahu capital city, Honolulu. It amplifies the history, native customs, the influence of colonization and architectural landmarks worth your attention.
The first stop is a visit to Punch Bowl, the biggest military cemetery on the Pacific where a walk through the graveyard leads towards a monument built in honor of fallen soldier in all war conflicts US military had been involved. As this location is on an elevated crater by downtown area, a scenic point and a beautiful view of the business district is available.
The tour continues towards Aloha Tower market place. A short walk inside the HPU campus and a visit to Aloha tower deck opens up the harbor of Honolulu. Two restaurants can offer a lunch menu or a snack if needed. ( Gordon Bierch and Hooters )
A walking distance to the Bishop Squire where the heart of the business district lies can accommodate a quick coffee break or just a walk thrpough the city heart and financaial district.
A drive by King Kanehameha statue and Iolani royal palace at the downtown area
Continue onto a visit to the Honolulu museum of Art where guests can relate to several different exhibitions, a Mediterranean garden to stop by, and an overall peaceful ambiance to sink in.
We provide healthy organic snacks and bottled water in the vehicle so that guests can rely on a small snack while traveling.