Children: (6 & older) $50.00
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Step back in time on this unforgettable and exciting adventure as you visit the historic highlights of the Kingdom of Hawaii. Traveling into the lush Nuuanu Valley, your first stop is Queen Emma's Summer Palace where a past era comes alive. Next, you drive through a tropical rainforest en route to the world famous Pali Lookout.
Tour includes a One-Hour Tour inside Iolani Palace!
After driving through a spectacular tree-tunnel you arrive at Hawaii's sacred Royal Mausoleum,"Mauna ‘Ala", the final resting place of six of the kingdom's last eight ruling monarchs.
Then take an hour-long journey inside the ornate Iolani Palace, the only Royal Palace in the United States, to discover its splendid treasures. You will also see the historic sites of the legendary King Kamehameha's statue and the unique Kawaiahao Church, "the Westminster Abbey of Hawaii".
Time: 7:30am pickup - 1:00pm return
Days of Operation: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Children: 6 & older pay same price as adults
Duration: 4 hours, 1 hour walking
Note: Tour price includes the entry fees to both palaces visited
The name of this tour is very deceiving. The rest of the tour and the guide was very good.
I was a little disappointed of the magnitude of the waterfalls. It was also a very rainy day in the mountains. The view from the Pali was very disappointing. Do you not have any alternative plans for these trips when ther eis inclement weather?
Gavin,was our tour guide for this tour. He was very knowledgeable and polite, superb guide.
If you ever have any nature tours at the north shore of the island, it would be nice to include a pick-up at the Turtle Bay Resort. We did enjoy our tour! You have a good web site. Everything was very easy to arrange.
Guide was excellent and had a superb knowledge of the tour. However, I think some new sites would enchance the outing.
This tour was a waste of good money. The only "waterfall" we saw was a small one, not what we envisioned. Also, the tour guide was unaware of several cases where the roadways we were supposed to take were under construction.
There were NO Hidden waterfalls. The title of the tour is misleading
i would have liked to have seen bigger waterfalls on the tour. in my perspective, the falls we did see were mere creeks.
Our guide was excellant, when you are ordering on line, you are under the impression that you are going to see 4 to 5 waterfalls and that we would go beyond Waikiki to see them. Most people were discourage on the tour because it wasn't what they expected, but our guide made it fun and interesting and we made the best out of it.