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11-Day Oahu Explorer Marriott Waikiki: City View Cruisetour

4-Day Land Tours in Oahu + 7-Day Hawaii Cruise (Round-trip Honolulu)

  • Ship

    Pride of America

  • Specials

    Suite and Haven Bonus

Starting From 

$ 2,218  


Avg Per Person

Nu'uanu Pali / Kualoa Ranch

Spend another day exploring Oahu's beautiful outdoors. After checking out of your hotel, your luggage will be taken directly to Pride of America.

From Waikiki, you will travel to a famous Hawaiian historical land mark, the Nu'uanu Pali Lookout. A magnificent stone terrace perched more than 1,000 feet above the Oahu coastline, the Pali Lookout is the site of the Battle of Nu'uanu, where in 1795 King Kamehameha I won the struggle that finally united Oahu under his rule.

Your day continues at Kualoa Ranch. Enjoy a scenic drive showcasing the mystical and dramatic cliffs along the Ko'olau Mountain Range with cascading waterfalls and gorgeous ocean views, and you'll see why this part of Oahu has been the location for numerous TV shows and movies.

During your time at Kualoa Ranch, step back in time and learn how ancient Hawaiians lived and thrived as a people. Learn about early Hawaiian aquaculture and agricultural practices developed thousands of years before foreigners arrived. Ride a catamaran fashioned after traditional Hawaiian canoes to an ancient Hawaiian fishpond where you will learn how early settlers cultivated and caught fish. Continue on to an oyster pond where modern day cultivation is done using ancient techniques.

Enjoy interactive experiences showing the many uses of the taro plant, ti leaves and coconut palm fronds. Witness the turning of taro root into poi. Learn the cultural history of hula and lei making and try your hand learning an authentic hula dance.

After lunch and Ocean Voyage tour aboard the catamaran, you'll transfer directly to the Port of Honolulu. From there, you will board Pride of America for your amazing 7-Day Hawai'i cruise, a chance to journey through the rest of the islands and further explore the Aloha State in all its majesty.