You offer several tours to Pearl Harbor. How do I know which one is best for my party?
A: Our variety of tours to Pearl Harbor are catered to each and every one of our visitors. You are sure to find the best for your party. If you want to spend the majority of your day visiting the Pearl Harbor Museums, tours 42, 2, and 8 would be a great selection for you. Otherwise, if you would like to visit other sites on the island in addition to Pearl Harbor, you may want to do take a further peek at our tours 11 and 7. If you want to see Pearl Harbor, and have the magnificent opportunity to swim with a dolphin, take our tour 19. And if you prefer to take a tour that will not last a full day, you may be interested in taking our tours 3 or 5. If you are still unsure of which tour suits you best, feel free to call us and speak to one of our reservation agents, able to answer any questions you may have and point you in the right direction.
I won’t be staying on Oahu but want to take a tour of Pearl Harbor. Is this possible?
A: Absolutely. Our interisland tours to Oahu’s Pearl Harbor are some of our most popular excursions. We offer airfare and guided tours of Pearl Harbor from the following locations: Lihue, Kauai; Kona, Big Island; Kahului, Maui; Kapalua, Maui.
Where do you pick up for your Pearl Harbor Tours?
A: We pick up at Waikiki Hotels for our Pearl Harbor Tours. Though we may not pick up at your hotel, we will direct you to one within close walking distance (no more than 2 blocks away).
How many passengers are on your vehicles?
A: We have 25 passenger mini coaches and 14 passenger executive vans. Our mini coaches offer luxurious bucket seats, panoramic windows for scenic viewing, air conditioning, and a PA system.
What’s your cancellation policy?
A: For our land tours, we have a 48 hour cancellation policy. If you decide to cancel your reservation for any reason, you must call us prior to 48 hours before to the tour date to receive a full refund. Otherwise, if you notify us within the 48 hour period, you are required to pay the full charge.
For our interisland tours, due to the necessary purchase of airfare, you are locked into the total cost as well as the date you select when you book the tour.
My father is in a wheelchair. Can we bring the wheelchair with us on board?
A: We are able to accommodate wheelchairs as long as they are collapsible.
I understand that Pearl Harbor has a baggage policy. Can you explain that to me?
A: Sure. Any and all of the museums at Pearl Harbor uphold a strict no bags policy. This means that any bag, backpack, or fanny pack is not allowed within the facility. You should put all valuables like your ID and money in your pockets. You are able to bring a camera, but not the camera case into the museums. If you have bags with you, you have to put them in the Pearl Harbor storage facility for the duration of your Pearl Harbor visit. Each bag costs $3 to check.
What can we do for food while we are on tour?
A: Each Pearl Harbor museum offers restaurant and snack options for visitors. You are able to purchase items at your leisure while visiting the museums on tour.
Is there a dress code at Pearl Harbor?
A: There is no specific dress code at Pearl Harbor, but shirts and shoes are required. Military Personnel who plan to visit in uniform are required to wear Dress Uniforms or better.