Pineapple Beach Excursion Tour (119K)
Experience the purity and quaintness of North Shore lifestyle
Highlight Tour Stops and Sights: Dole Plantation, Haleiwa Beach and Haleiwa Town
Availability, Pricing and Reservations
|Tour Availability||Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday starting January 1, 2017|
|pick-up-time:||11:45 AM -12:00 PM from Ko Olina hotels.|
|drop-off time:||Approximately 4:30 PM|
for Adult (12+ years old)
for Child (3-11 years old)One-of-a-kind tour experience with an expert tour guide
Tour Stops and Sights
Historic Dole Pineapple Plantation
Enjoy a quaint country store that offers gifts, food and the world famous DoleWhip Frozen Dessert.
If we’re lucky we’ll see green sea turtles, an endangered species, that love to bask on this beach.
Wander around this laid back surf town filled with local style and ambiance, cool surf shops, boutiques, charming art galleries and shaved ice stands serving this local favorite.
Pineapples, Surf Beaches, Sea Turtles, Haleiwa Town Await Your Discovery
In the mood for pineapple, Haleiwa and surf beach fun? Awaken your senses on our Pineapple Beach Excursion as you explore the historic Dole Plantation, world-famous surfing beaches and habitats for endangered green sea turtles, plus colorful Haleiwa Town with its laid-back local ambiance. Dress comfortably and have fun! And be prepared for spur-of-the-moment stops, unexpected views and special sightseeing if our guides adjust the route for your maximum enjoyment and safety.
Historic Dole Plantation
Our first stop is the Dole Plantation featuring row upon row of sweet-smelling pineapples. Learn how this symbol of hospitality spurred Hawaii’s agricultural and economic growth. Ride the Pineapple Express train. Feed koi in the fishpond. Explore the world’s largest maze. And before climbing back aboard your air-conditioned minibus, enjoy a Dole Whip®. This cool, tangy treat is an absolute must when visiting the plantation.
Endangered “Honu” Sea Turtles
The Hawaiian word for turtle is “honu.” These green sea turtles basking in the sun along North Shore beaches are an endangered and protected species. If you’re lucky, our E Noa tour guide will help you spot a “honu” snoozing in the warm sand. Look but please don’t touch.
World-Famous Surf Beaches
Banzai Pipeline, Sunset Beach, Waimea Bay and other famous surf spots line Oahu’s North Shore. When the big swells roll in each winter, the world’s best wave riders compete here in the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. Throughout the year, these gorgeous beaches are perfect for sunning, selfies and people watching.
Laid-back Haleiwa Town
Our final tour stop is Haleiwa, a popular surf town known for its charming boutiques, art galleries and shave-ice stands. Local residents are so welcoming that you’ll feel right at home. Later, as your E Noa guide drives back to Ko Olina, you’ll have a deeper appreciation for and fond memories of Oahu’s North Shore culture.