Pearl Harbor: Air, Land & Sea Tour (66H)
Discover the powerfully moving historic sites that mark Oahu’s place in World War II from AIR, LAND, and SEA. Explore the WWII Valor in the Pacific Monument and experience an unforgettable boat ride to the USS Arizona Memorial. Step aboard the USS Missouri, the last American Battleship ever built. Finish with an astonishing aerial helicopter experience over O’ahu including sweeping views of Waikiki & Diamond Head, the Eastern Coastline, and all the sites of Pearl Harbor.
“66H is the best PH combo tour! You can tell the guide loves her job. People come here to see and experience Hawaii and connect with the people of this land in a real way. The guide did that for us. Helicopter ride was phenomenal. The view is something that you just have to experience!” – TERRA
Highlight Tour Stops and Sights:
Availability, Pricing and Reservations
|pick-up-time:||6:00 AM – Please allow a 20-minute window for your Guide to arrive.|
Free pick-up from most Waikiki Hotels (see pick-up locations list)
|drop-off time:||4:00 PM|
for Adult (12+ years old)
for Child (2-11 years old)
One-of-a-kind tour experience with an expert tour guide
Tour Stops and Sights
World War II Valor in the Pacific Monument
Learn about the WWII attack on Pearl Harbor. Explore an interactive museum, outdoor military artifact exhibits and waterfront memorials.
USS Arizona Memorial
Watch a movie featuring actual attack footage. Take a narrated boat ride to board this memorial built over the sunken USS Arizona.
NOTE: DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THE NAVY MAY SUSPEND BOAT OPERATIONS TO THE USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL AT ANY TIME. IN SUCH CASES, THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS. YOU CAN STILL ENJOY USS ARIZONA EXHIBITS, VISITOR’S CENTER AND PARK MONUMENTS.
USS Missouri Battleship
Stand on the deck where Japan surrendered in WWII and take a guided tour of this great American battleship.
Blue Skies of O’ahu Helicopter Tour
Beginning in Honolulu, there’s legendary Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head! Then fly away to a tropical paradise most visitors miss, with gorgeous shorelines, deep valleys and cascading waterfalls; pristine sights like Hanauma Bay, Mount Olomana, and the soaring Nu’uanu Pali, which will take your breath away with its spectacular ridge lines, and lush green Nu’uanu Valley rainforest. How can you truly appreciate all of Oahu’s incredible diversity? You have to see it aboard a Blue Hawaiian Eco-Star!
‘Bookends’ of WWII in Pacific on Pearl Harbor Tour
Sightseeing in Hawaii isn’t complete without experiencing the symbolic “bookends” of World War II in the Pacific. On our Air, Land & Sea Pearl Harbor Tour you’ll begin with a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial. This graceful structure provides a moving tribute to those who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. The surprise attack by Imperial Japan on this “date which will life in infamy” drew America into World War II.
Where the War Began on December 7, 1941
As we head toward Pearl Harbor, your E Noa guide provides island history and background. Exhibits and artifacts at the Pacific Historic Parks Pearl Harbor Visitor Center set the scene, vividly depicting what occurred before, during and after the devastating attack.
Next, you head by boat to the USS Arizona Memorial, where visitors from around the world pause to reflect on the ruins of this sunken battleship. In the Shrine Room you’ll see the names of those who lost their lives on that fateful Sunday morning more than seven decades ago.
We’ll handle all the details of your trip to Pearl Harbor, including transportation and tickets. Just relax and come along for the ride.
- Security restrictions at Pearl Harbor will be enforced. Please do not bring large bags or anything that could offer concealment. Storage is available at Pearl Harbor for $4.00 per bag.
- Dress comfortably, but please remember that shirts and shoes are required on the USS Arizona Memorial; swimsuits not permitted. High heels, dresses and skirts not recommended.
- Guide reserves right to adjust route for maximum visitor enjoyment and safety.
- Be ready for spur-of- the-moment stops, unexpected views and special sightseeing along the way!
- NOTE: DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THE NAVY MAY SUSPEND BOAT OPERATIONS TO THE USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL AT ANY TIME. IN SUCH CASES, THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS. YOU CAN STILL ENJOY USS ARIZONA EXHIBITS, VISITOR’S CENTER AND PARK MONUMENTS.
Where the War Ended on September 2, 1945
Later you’ll visit the nearby USS Missouri, where Imperial Japan formally surrendered to the Allies on September 2, 1945, in Tokyo Bay. This somber ceremony brought World War II to a close.
While touring this restored battleship, you’ll learn about the “Mighty Mo’s” distinguished wartime history. You’ll also see a signed copy of the Japanese surrender document.
Marvel at Oahu’s Beauty and History from the Air
Next you’ll board Blue Hawaiian’s American Eurocopter Eco-Star and take to the skies above Oahu! By doing so, you’ll marvel at Oahu’s turquoise waters. And you’ll look inside the extinct volcano called Diamond Head.
View crescent-shaped Hanauma Bay, white-sand Waimanalo Beach, Chinaman’s Hat and beautiful coral formations in Kaneohe Bay.
Soar over the cliffs of Nu’uanu Valley. Finish with sweeping aerial views of Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri. Your Blue Hawaiian Guide will return you to your hotel. What a day! What an adventure!