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ULTIMATE CIRCLE ISLAND TOURS

Guided Tour

Snorkel Tour

Lifegaurd Certified Guides

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Ultimate Circle Island Tours prides itself in providing custom client relationships through our boutique family-style tours. We are one of only a few Oahu circle island tours that include the chance to swim with noble Hawaiian green sea turtles on Oahu’s North Shore. Your professional tour guide will also share interesting cultural and historical facts with you as we tour around the island. Come with us to enjoy a full day of exploring Oahu.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

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Stop at: Kahala Scenic Route

Kahala is famous as an icon for wealth and the rich. It is famous in Hawai'i for its large concentration of expensive real estate and beachfront properties, which include some of the most expensive in the entire state.

Stop At: Halona Blowhole

Explore Halona Blowhole island's natural beauty and take "postcard-worthy" photos to show off to your friends.

Pass By: Sandy Beach Park

Experience the beautiful Kaiwi Shoreline with spectacular views of Kalama Valley, Koko Crater, and the locals' highly regarded Sandy Beach Park. Whenever big waves come along, marvel at surfers and bodyboarders getting pounded by the massive, monstrous waves.

Pass By: Makapu'u Point

Stunning images of Rabbit Island's crater and cliffs will leave all your friends speechless! Experience firsthand why every movie was filmed here in Oahu.

Stop At: Waimanalo

Right before heading to Kualoa's Mac Nut Farm, we made a pit stop for shave ice, ice cream, and restrooms. Take a ride along Kauai's windward coast, from Waimanalo onward to Kualoa. During your air-conditioned shuttle tour, you'll learn about Hawaii's history and see waterfalls, sharp cliffs and rain forests. We will stop here for gifts and shave ice in the restrooms.

Pass By: Oahu's Windward Coast

After Waimanalo ride through Kailua and Kaneohe as you make your way to Kualoa. Learn the history of Hawaii from your guide as your enjoy views of waterfalls, sharp cliffs and rain forests from your air-conditioned shuttle. This is a pit stop for restroom shave ice & gifts. 

Stop At: Tropical Farms Macadamia Nut Farm and Farm Tour

The Mac Nut Farm is a must-see stop for visitors to O'ahu if you want some free coffee samples, mac nuts, and a look at local landmarks. Enjoy the samples and treats after taking a picture in front of the Kamehameha Statue.

Pass By: Kualoa Regional Park

Take a trip through "Jurassic Valley" and see one of Oahu's most iconic landmarks, "China Man's Hat."

Pass By: Polynesian Cultural Center

A must-see attraction on our way to the North Shore is the glorius Polynesian Cultural Center. We will have the opportunity to see it while passing through. The temple is located in Laie along with the shrine.

Stop At: Fumi's Kahuku Shrimp

On the North Shore, there are numerous Shrimp Shacks and fruit stands where we stop for lunch. You will find more than shrimp on the menu, and guests can always bring their own lunch.

Pass By: North Shore

Hawaii is home to surfing for a reason - come see for yourself why the "Seven Mile Miracle" is so famous. View amazing sights such as Left Overs, Waimea Bay, Log Cabins, Rockpile, Off The Wall, Backdoor, Banzai Pipeline, and Sunset Beach from the North Shore.

Stop At: Turtle Beach

We go to the best snorkeling beach on the North Shore for spotting Green Hawaiian Sea Turtles and tropical fish which you can swim or enjoy the beach stop for a whole hour!

Pass By: Haleiwa Town Center

Visit vintage farms and the surfer town of Hale'Iwa as you learn about Hawaii's surf culture and big wave competition.

Stop At: Dole Plantation

Hawaiian pineapples are famous for their juicy sweetness. Fresh pineapple juice and Dole Whip ice cream are among the best-known Hawaiian treats. The world's largest pineapple maze is here, and you can find gifts for your loved ones!

Stop At: Green World Coffee Farm

The Green World Coffee Farm on Oahu, Hawaii was established in 2013. The farm consists of a grove of over 3,000 Arabica coffee trees. They roast the coffee beans daily, and provide samples of coffee and tea to sip while perusing the storefront.

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Stop At: Waikiki

Drop off in Waikiki is usually between 5 to 6PM depending on weather, traffic, and other conditions.

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Stop At: Diamond Head State Monument

A visit to Diamond Head Lookout will be part of the tour, as well as a stroll through the famous East Honolulu neighborhood. A breathtaking sunrise view over Maunalua Bay will greet us in the morning.

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Waikiki

We offer complimentary pickup from Waikiki for our tours. Please be standing at your designated pickup point starting at 8 AM.
30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

  Tour Details  

  Tour Runs Mon - Sun

  7:30 am - 5:00 pm  

Adult (13+) $̶1̶6̶9̶ $105

Kids  (4-12) $̶1̶6̶9̶ $85

Lap child (0-3)  FREE

Snorkeling Is Always Optional! 

   *We will give you a chance to purchase
snorkel gear before your tour starts or you 
are more then welcome to bring your own.

 

Approximate Pick-up: 7:30 - 8:00 AM

Approximate Return: 5:00 - 6:00 PM

TIPS & RECOMMENDATIONS

Wear Reef-Safe Sunscreen Bring your underwater cameras! Shrimp Truck is cash only

*If your guides & drivers do an exceptional job, cash tips are always appreciated although not required.