Island and You - Island Food and Sights
This full-day Oahu circle island tour is packed with some of the island's best sights and plenty of delicious local foods! Visit natural, cultural and historical attractions, eat local favorite foods and shop for the perfect souvenir as you explore Oahu on this culture and food tour.
- Stop #1: 'Treasures and You' - browse through our unique and authentic collection of souvenirs, so you can take home a piece of Hawaii with you, plus enjoy a tasting experience of 100% Kona coffee and Hawaiian snacks
- Stop #2: Leonard's Malasadas - these delicious donuts are a local favorite treat
- Stop #3: Halona Blowhole Lookout - a blowhole that shoots out a gust of water with every pull of the tide
- Stop #4: Makapu'u Lookout - awe-inspiring views of the Oahus windward coastline and shimmering turquoise waters
- Stop #5: Hawaiian Island Cafe*
- Stop #6: Macadamia Nuts Farm - sample locally grown macadamia nuts and coffee and shop for souvenirs
- Stop #7: Kualoa Regional Park - see one of the islands most iconic views - nicknamed Chinaman's Hat (Mokoli'i Island) lies just off the coast
- Stop #8: Tanaka Kahuku Shrimp - try Hawaiian-style shrimp in Kahuku
- Stop #9: Kahuku Land Farms - pick up tropical fruits like mango or lilikoi (passion fruit), all of which are sold at the farm and are 100% organically grown
- Stop #10: Pua'ena Point - a popular spot to see Hawaiian green sea turtles
- Stop #11: Haleiwa Town - historic surf town where you can stroll around and check out the shops and art galleries of this artistic community - also try a refreshing dessert of shave ice
- Stop #12: Kukaniloko Birthstones (pass by) - the birthstones are an important cultural and historical site in Hawaii. While we won't be making a stop here, you'll still have the chance to admire this special place as we pass by it during the tour. Kukaniloko was a sacred birthing site, where the chiefs and high-ranking members of society gave birth to their children.
*Please note: Hawaiian Island Cafe is closed on Mondays. We are offering substitutes, such as local favorite Musubi and fresh Hawaiian fruit samples on our Monday tours.