Punchbowl National Cemetery
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Aloha Kai Luau at Sea Life Park
(Voted Best Luau!)
Held at Sea Life Park, Aloha Kai Luau features the best views of the ocean and fire dancers on Oahu. Backed by tall sea cliffs and overlooking the ocean and Rabbit Island just offshore, it's a picture perfect setting! This is our recommended luau on Oahu.
DURATION: 3.5 HOURS
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Beauty and the Feast - Circle Island Experience
Enjoy a small group Oahu circle island tour that offers you the opportunity to see all the beauty and highlights of the island, plus you get to taste them as well! This experience includes a light, local breakfast and lunch!
DURATION: 10 HOURS
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Mele Luau - Coral Crater
Held at Coral Crater Adventure Park in West Oahu, Mele Luau is Oahu's newest luau. What makes this Hawaiian luau special is its unique cultural activities, fascinating demonstrations, Hawaiian plantation-style luau menu and unforgettable Polynesian entertainment.
DURATION: 2.5 HOURS
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Ka Moana Luau - Aloha Tower
Now taking place at its new location at Aloha Tower in the heart of downtown Honolulu, Ka Moana Luau takes you on a voyage through Polynesia with dances, chants and activities from the different islands of the Pacific.
DURATION: 3 HOURS
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Roberts Hawaii - Oahu Grand Circle Island Tour
Experience 120 miles of Oahu's most scenic locations on this Oahu Grand Circle Island Tour. This exclusive tour includes a stop at the awe-inspiring Byodo-in Temple and a lunch option.
DURATION: 9 HOURS
The Punchbowl National Cemetery is located in the Pu'owaina Crater known as the Punchbowl. In ancient times Punchbowl Crater was known as the "Hill of Sacrifice". So today the Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery is to honor the sacrifice made by the men and women in the United States Armed Services. On September 2, 1949, 776 casualties from the attack on Pearl Harbor Memorial were among the first to be buried here.
The Honolulu Memorial was erected by the American Battle Monuments and commissioned in 1964 and dedicated in 1966. It was erected to honor sacrifices and achievement of American Armed Forces in the Pacific during WWII, Korea, and Vietnam.
Punchbowl National Cemetery sits high on the wall of the crater overlooking the graves area of the Punchbowl cemetery. There is a chapel, two map galleries, a monumental staircase which leads from the crater floor to the Court of Honor. Lady Columbia symbolizes grieving mothers and looks out on Punchbowl cemetery that fills the 116-acre Punchbowl Crater. The view from the Punchbowl Crater includes the city of Honolulu from Waikiki and Diamond Head to Pearl Harbor.
Facts & Trivia
- In ancient times Punchbowl Crater was known as the "Hill of Sacrifice"
- 776 casualties from the attack on Pearl Harbor Memorial were among the first to be buried here in 1949
- Overlooks Honolulu, Waikiki and Diamond Head