SHORE EXCURSIONS

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    Explore Oahu's Famous North Shore (Airport Drop Off)

    Honolulu, Oahu

    Duration 5 hrs

    Discover Oahu's North Shore – surf mecca and home to the perfect wave. Travel past pineapple and sugar cane fields to the island's well-known surfing beaches, stretching for seven miles along this coast. They include Waimea Bay, a prominent spot in the early days of big wave surfing in the 1950’s, two-mile-long Sunset Beach, and the Banzai Pipeline, where waves breaking over a sharp reef make it one of the world’s most dangerous surfing scenes.


    Continue past shrimp farms, and catch a glimpse of the small island known as Chinaman's Hat for its interesting shape. Shop for irresistible macadamia nuts and other local products at the Macadamia Nut Farm Outlet. On your way to the airport drop by the Byodo Temple, a scale replica of a temple in Japan constructed entirely without nails and surrounded by a lovely and tranquil garden.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour is only offered to guests with flights after 5:00 pm. Guests are responsible for ensuring their debarkation tours are compatible with their flight departure times. Guests have the option to book their flights through our Premium Air Department to ensure that flight departure times do not interfere with debark tours. You may experience some tour delays due to surfing competitions in the winter season November-February.
    • Adult from: 86,55 EUR
    • Child from: 68,33 EUR
    DURATION 5 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Debark

Please note: The information in this document was current at time of printing. Tour descriptions and prices vary by ship and sailing date and are subject to change without notice. Log into My NCL for the applicable information specific to your cruise.

Printed on Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 02:04am