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Ko Olina Tours

Ko Olina
The lagoons, white-sand beaches, and resorts of Ko Olina together create one of Oahu’s most sought after vacation destinations. Set on the island’s dry and sunny leeward side, Ko Olina is separated from the bustle of Honolulu and Waikiki, making it ideal for a relaxing Hawaiian vacation filled with sunbathing, snorkeling, and sunsets.

The Basics
Stay at one of Ko Olina’s waterfront resorts or visit for a day. All four man-made lagoons offer a relaxing place to swim, free of rocks or waves, with its own atmosphere. Beach chairs crowded with resort guests line Lagoon One, while Lagoons Two and Three offer more laid-back vibes with fewer crowds. Independent visitors may find Lagoon Four the best option, since it is the only lagoon not backed by a resort.

Take to the sheltered waters for snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, fishing, and other water sports, or just relax on the beach. The planned community of Ko Olina also boasts a golf course, shopping, and waterfront restaurants. A broad walking path connects the activities, lagoons, and resorts, making it easy to explore the area on foot.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • Staying at a lagoon-side resort is ideal for families looking for a protected swim area.
  • Bring a picnic lunch to eat at one of the grassy, shaded picnic areas, or dine at one of the resort restaurants.
  • Public showers, bathrooms, and water stations are available at the beaches.
  • A stroller- and wheelchair-accessible boardwalk connects the lagoons and hotels.

How to Get There
Ko Olina is located 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Honolulu’s international airport. By car, take HI-1 West to HI-93 West and take the exit for Ko Olina. It is also possible to reach the area by bus or on a tour that includes round-trip transportation from Waikiki. 

When to Get There
Set on Oahu’s west side, Ko Olina is an ideal place to catch the sunset. Additionally, its leeward location means the weather is drier than many of the island’s other resort areas, making it a popular destination year-round. If driving, arrive early in the day, as public parking is limited.

Where to Stay at Ko Olina
Ko Olina houses three major resorts, each with its own atmosphere and attractions. Aulani Disney® Resort and Spa, a Hawaiian-themed park, is set just off Lagoon One and caters to families. Also on Lagoon One is the Four Seasons Resort, generally a top choice for couples. The Beach Villas on Lagoon Two offers the area’s most affordable waterfront accommodations. A Marriott overlooks peaceful Lagoon Three.
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6 Tours and Activities to Experience Ko Olina

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Catamaran Sail and Snorkel from Ko Olina

Catamaran Sail and Snorkel from Ko Olina

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Snorkel at two different Oahu reefs, with transportation between on a 53-foot (16-meter) catamaran in between during this half-day sailing and snorkeling excursion. Keep an eye out for dolphins and whales, sip provided cocktails, and refuel with a Hawaiian-style lunch. Pickup and drop-off available from select Waikiki hotels.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$147.00
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Private Tour of Oahu Island

Private Tour of Oahu Island

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We offer innovative sightseeing tours. Make your own Itinerary or leave on us, come and enjoy this tour with the spirit of Aloha, experience true Hawaii Adventure, we’ll guide you to amazing places on the Island of Oahu. From the mountain to the Ocean all tours are Private Tours on our Luxury vehicles. Make your own Itinerary pick up location Cruise Port, Airport, Hotel, Private residence, Air BnB. All our services are guided with local eyes, parking tickets are paid by Tour Guide. Complimentary bottles of water provided, cooler with Ice can be provided by request, car seats provided by request. Below are some suggestions Things To do on the Island. • Sightseeing & Scenic point • Landmarks & Beaches • Historic & Spiritual sites • Land/Water/Air Activities • Mountains & Trails • Waterfall & Hiking • Farms / Food Truck • Countryside driving • Souvenirs Shopping • Flea Market • Look out & City Lights • Luau / Night shows
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  • 4 to 12 hours
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$599.00
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Private Tour of Oahu Island

Private Tour of Oahu Island

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Aloha! We specialize in private custom tours for small groups of people on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Begin with us, come enjoy your vacation in true paradise with the spirit of Aloha. "From the Mountain to the Ocean"! Every Tour is Private Tour, therefore completely flexible. Hire us today, we have Luxurious vehicle(s) to choose from, Mercedes Large Van & Chrysler Pacifica Luxurious Mini Van. We offer suggestions depending on many factors such as the season, the weather, the waves, the wind, holidays, festivals, traffic, weekday, weekend, etc. Make your own Itinerary or just reserve your dates, for now, leave on us, we will make a unique itinerary before you start your tour. This Private Tour is priced for up to 7 Guest, pricing may vary for a larger group. • Sightseeing & Scenic • Spiritual & Historic • Landmarks & Beaches • Mountains & Trails • Waterfall & Hiking • Farms / Food Truck / Breweries • Land / Water / Sky Activities • Souvenirs / Shopping / Malls
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  • 4 to 12 hours
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Private Oahu Sunset Charter with Dinner and Drinks Included

Private Oahu Sunset Charter with Dinner and Drinks Included

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Watch the sunset over Oahu from the comfort of a 46-foot chartered yacht during a 2.5-hour private dinner cruise. With space for up to six passengers, this evening excursion is the perfect opportunity to celebrate an anniversary, share a special family experience, or take your annual girls trip to the next level. Enjoy a freshly prepared dinner, plus an open-bar with unlimited prosecco, beer, spirits, and non-alcoholic drinks.
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  • 2 hours to 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Half-Day Scuba Diving Experience in Oahu with Snacks

Half-Day Scuba Diving Experience in Oahu with Snacks

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Join us on select mornings or every afternoon as we explore a local west side Oahu dive site. This is for SCUBA divers of all skill levels with a minimum of an Open Water Scuba Diver certification. Come see why the Waianae west coast is regarded as the best diving on Oahu. We will explore a popular dive site on the west side, possibly including the Makaha Caverns when conditions permit. Come experience converging lava tubes that form a spacious underwater well-lit cavern. Enjoy Hawaii’s unique sea creatures, including sea turtles, octopus, eels, dolphins, ray and coral formations. All equipment is included with the price and three hours of boat time and free use our underwater propulsion devices or scooters. Take your experience to one you will NEVER forget and add the Navy SEAL Helicopter Jump for an additional fee per person.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Wreck Dive 2 Tanks (Open Water Diver Certification Required)

Wreck Dive 2 Tanks (Open Water Diver Certification Required)

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For avid Scuba Divers- Join us every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings at a variety of west side Oahu dive sites. We will explore Hawaii’s unique underwater world, with a two-tank dive hitting one of the seven west side’s deep dive or wrecks, a shallow reef, and/or cavern dive for the second dive. Experience the thrill of using our underwater dive propulsion vehicle or water scooters. Total boat time is 3 hours. Take your experience to one you will never forget and add the Navy SEAL Helicopter Jump for an additional fee per person.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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