On the Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona and Circle Island Day Trip, you’ll see the events that thrust America into World War II through by watching the footage of the attacks at the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center. Then, soak in the scenic vistas over Windward Oahu at Nu’uanu Pali Lookout, see the world famous North Shore surfing beaches, and visit the Dole Plantation villages to discover the history of Hawaii’s pineapple industry.
Your day trip begins with pickup at your hotel and a drive to the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, where you will view a dramatic film containing actual Pearl Harbor footage. Then, board the official Navy boat to the Arizona Memorial. At the memorial, visit the Shrine Room and view the names of the 1,177 sailors who rest in the sunken battleship.**Next, take a scenic drive around Oahu to enjoy some of Hawaii’s beautiful sights. See where the world’s most talented surfers showcase their skills on the famous North Shore beaches. Some 1,200 feet (365.76 meters) above sea level, Nu’uanu Pali Lookout will provide you with breathtaking views. You’ll also visit the beautiful and peaceful Byodo-In Temple, which is home to wild peacocks and hundreds of Japanese koi carp, as well as scenic mountain views. Lastly, finish your day tour at Dole Plantation where you’ll see varieties of pineapples from all over the world.**Note: Access to the USS Arizona Memorial is suspended until further notice to address the "structural integrity of the facility." Structural repairs are being made to the visitor boat-loading ramp. Visitors will be taken on tours of the harbor in the vicinity of the Memorial but visitors will not be able to step off the boats and onto the Memorial itself. We will monitor updates from the National Park Service and will advise when normal operations resume. All museums, bookstore, shore side informational placards are still available at Pearl Harbor. The last update from Pearl Harbor is they hope to have the repairs done in 2019.