Diamond Head

Diamondhead Lookout: Have you ever thought you would be driving on the exact same road that Amelia Earhart used as her runway in 1935? Well, that is our FIRST stop! Diamondhead lookout is an amazing location that offers panoramic views of the southern shore of Oahu and Waikiki!


Halona Blowhole

Halona Blowhole, situated on the southeastern coast of Oahu, Hawaii, is a captivating natural attraction. Formed by underwater lava tubes, this blowhole produces an impressive water spout as waves rush into its opening and crash against the rocky shore. The site provides not only a thrilling display of nature’s forces but also offers stunning panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, making it a must-visit destination for those exploring the beauty of Oahu’s coastline.


Makapu'u Lookout

According to native Hawaiian legend, Makapu’u was the home of a female deity said to have eight bright, shining eyes. The fact that it is now home to a beacon of light may be just a coincidence, but it’s a fun one!


Local Gift Shop

Cruzen over to Makapu’u Lookout we will be passing by the most sought out bodysurfing beach on the island-even by presidents; Sandy Beach! Don’t let the smaller waves fool you, that water is ruff!


Byodo-Inn Temple

If you are into meditation and/or calm energy you will absolutely love the Byodo-Inn Temple. Black Swans glide effortlessly across the steady waters of its extensive Koi pond. There is a fee, but worry not, we have you covered!


Tanaka Kahuku Shrimp (veggie and non shrimp option available)

Are you hungry yet? Well, you will be. And what better place to get lunch than the North Shores’ Fumis shrimp truck! These generously sized shrimp has taste you will call home about. If you are not a shrimp eater it’s completely okay; there are other options. Including a very inviting Vegetarian noodle plate that might have you driving to the north shore for more the next day!


North Shore Snorkel Adventure

Now, let us get those swimsuits on! If you don’t want to swim or snorkel it is completely fine; there is plenty enough shade to stretch, relax and read that favorite book! Don’t forget; the snorkel gear is FREE to rent!


North Shore Macadamia Nut Farm

Food and beach usually equates to a long nap but not yet! We are headed to the North Shore Macadamia Nut Farm! And yes, there are FREE samples of both macadamia nuts AND coffee!


Historic Haleiwa Town

Let us time travel back to the 1800’s. Back to a little place now called Historic Haleiwa Town. Matsumoto’s Shave Ice isn’t the only thing cool about this place! Just wait and see!


Dole Plantation

Our last location is sweet to say the least; The Dole Plantation. Home of the world famous, oh yes, DOLE WHIP. Ask your Guide how you can win a FREE one!


Pass-by Activities

Hanauma Bay

Some call this place “The Dragon”. These cliffs whereupon The Dragon lay will loosen the jaw in awe! I’m sure your tour guide will be more than happy to explain away! We will, SHOW you why! It’s an amazing site! Unfortunately this place is closed to commercial vehicles. However, you can still see The Dragon! (pass by)


Sandy Beach

Cruzen over to Makapu’u Lookout we will be passing by the most sought out bodysurfing beach on the island-even by presidents; Sandy Beach! Don’t let the smaller waves fool you, that water is ruff!



The very first place a foreigner landed in Hawaii was here in the 1700’s! That was Capitan Cook and his crew. Waimea Bay is beyond majestic. From the beautiful, rainforest kissed cliffs that surround it to the proud protruding rock in the center. You will see nothing but beauty. (pass by)


Pipeline Beach

Pipeline Beach, also known as Banzai Beach, is one of the most iconic and renowned surf spots in Hawaii, situated on the North Shore of Oahu. This world-famous beach is celebrated for its incredible waves and is a staple location on the professional surfing circuit. What makes Pipeline Beach unique is its powerful, barreling waves that break over a shallow coral reef, creating perfect tube-like tunnels for surfers to ride through. These massive and often dangerous waves attract elite surfers from around the globe, making it a focal point for surf competitions, including the prestigious Pipeline Masters.