Byodo-In Temple: Visit this cultural landmark that symbolizes Hawaii’s heritage and historical connection with Japan. Located in the fabled Valley of the Temples, the temple grounds are at the foot of the lush, emerald green Ko’olau cliffs and home to wild peacocks, swans, and hundreds of Japanese koi carp.
Mokoli’i Island: Take pictures with the island called often “Chinaman’s Hat,” and your guide will tell the story of its famous nickname!
Scenic drive along Oahu’s North Shore: You will marvel at breathtaking views of the wild and rugged eastern-Oahu coastline.
Dole Plantation: Up the road and past the pineapple fields you will arrive at your last stop, the historic Dole Plantation. Pineapple-themed gifts and refreshments are available for purchase here.
Accessibility: Tour is ambulatory accessible; guests must be able to take a few steps (up/down) and walk short distances. Collapsible wheelchair can be stored.
What to Bring: Cash or credit/debit card to purchase souvenirs.
Good to Know: Guests should be able to walk varying distances at each stop and on uneven ground, such as sand at the beach stops. Guests can remain on the bus as well.