Pearl Harbor Tour from Ko Olina - Arizona Memorial & USS Missouri [Open 2021] tours, activities, fun things to do in Oahu(Hawaii)|VELTRA
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Pearl Harbor Tour from Ko Olina - Arizona Memorial & USS Missouri [Open 2021]
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What to expect

For guests staying at Ko Olina and Aulani resort area, this Pearl Harbor tour has complimentary pick-up with an informative driver. Experience the history of World War II at Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri with a self-guided tour at Pearl Harbor.

Reviews

My nerd heart is full!

2020/02/12 Solo Travelers Holly P.

This was a great tour! Our driver/guide had lots of fun stories about history and culture of everything we saw. It was a good amount of time at each place.

The USS Missouri is great. Take the guided tour! Our guide h...

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Excellent service amazing experience

2018/08/01 Families with Young Children Luera Family

So pleased with the service and experience I had. Our tour guide was on time and shared a lot of interesting facts and information. We got to spend an extra hour at Pearl Harbor because our guide was given our tickets ea...

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Pearl Harbor and Honolulu Tour

2017/12/26 Families MLarsen

Our tour guide Alex (has been doing this for almost 30 years..) was absolutely amazing and informative.

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FAQ

Q. What types of items are we allowed to bring inside Pearl Harbor?
A.

Under Pearl Harbor's bag policy, the following items are allowed:


1. Small wallets and clutches (with or without strap) measuring 1.5 X 2.25 X 5.5, that would contain credit cards, money, pictures and no other items, as opposed to purses with the distinction that a clutch is open on 3 sides, have a hinge-like function, or would only accommodate a cell phone or similar sized item.

2. Clear plastic bags, such as those allowed at football games.*

3. Lightweight, plastic shopping bags, such as those provided on-site, Pacific Historic Parks bookstore, Battleship Missouri Memorial, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, and the Pacific Aviation Museum.*



4. Small bags, canvas and recycled material type shopping bags purchased in the secure zone. Use is allowed on the day of the purchase only.

5. Small form-fitting, single camera bags that only allow for carriage of the camera and additional small items such as a lens cap or cleaner.

6. Wheelchairs that have a fixed bag (no ability to remove).

7. Bags containing medical equipment unsuitable for lightweight, plastic, transparent shopping bags.

8. Strollers with a fixed pouch (no ability to remove).

9. Musical instruments and cases related to an NPS-issued Special Use Permit or similar partner document.

10. Firearms possessed by commissioned law enforcement officers. Must be declared to a law enforcement ranger.

*Note: Any bag that is determined to be allowed will be inspected and/or tagged as screened.
Q. What types of items are we NOT allowed to bring inside Pearl Harbor?
A. Security measures are strictly enforced at all visitor destinations on Pearl Harbor.

Under Pearl Harbor's bag policy, the following items are prohibited:


1. All bags not listed in the section describing items allowed inside Pearl Harbor.

2. Glass containers other than baby food jars.

3. Musical instruments and cases not related to a permit.

4. Recreation or sports equipment such as skateboards, skate shoes, Frisbees and balls.

5. Flowers in pots, vases or containers.

6. Aerosol containers.

7. Knives and other weapons.
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Payment / Cancellation Policy

Payment Methods
  • Credit card payment
Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations made after 17:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Pearl Harbor Tour from Ko Olina - Arizona Memorial & USS Missouri [Open 2021]
For guests staying at Ko Olina and Aulani resort area, this Pearl Harbor tour has complimentary pick-up with an informative driver. Experience the history of World War II at Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri with a self-guided tour at Pearl Harbor.