Pearl Harbor: View a film reliving the bombing of Pearl Harbor and enjoy the exhibits throughout the Visitors Center.
Punchbowl Crater – National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific: Drive through the Punchbowl Crater. The namesake is given based on the crater’s shape resembling a punch bowl. This extinct volcano crater dated over 100,000 years ago. The cemetery was established in the 1940s. It serves as a final resting place for military personnel from various battles like World War II.
City Sightseeing: Enjoy a scenic drive past Honolulu’s China Town, the Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery, ‘Iolani Palace, Hawaii State Capitol, and historic Kawaiahao Church.
Shopping in Waikiki: Do some shopping or sit down for lunch during your stop in Waikiki. See the beautiful and very popular landmark, the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
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. Accessible transportation with a lift can be requested with advance notice; please visit the Shore Excursions desk on board.
What to Bring: Hat, sunglasses, comfortable shoes and cash or credit/debit card for additional purchases.
Good to Know: Expect long lines and crowding at this site. USS Arizona Memorial tickets are not included in the tour due to recent new ticketing procedures for the USS Arizona Memorial. Guests may try to book their own USS Arizona Memorial tickets (cost is US$1.00) on line at Recreation.gov but please note the timing of the ticket may not coincide with your time on the tour at Pearl Harbor. Please aim to book only morning tickets if possible. Bags that offer concealment, such as purses, handbags, backpacks, fanny packs, camera bags, diaper bags, luggage, etc., that exceed the measurements of 1.5" X 2.25" X 5.5", are not allowed at the monument. Security measures are strictly enforced at all visitor destinations on Pearl Harbor. Due to increased security measures, the following items are prohibited, along with any other items that allow concealment: backpacks, diaper bags, fanny packs, camera bags, purses, luggage, shopping bags, and large cameras. Baggage storage will be available at the Pearl Harbor Visitor’s Center for a nominal fee. Pearl Harbor is not open to visitors on December 7.