Eat Local, Feel Local Circle-Island Tour of Oahu
Experience all of Oahu in a day!
Eat Local, feel local is the tour of all things local
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Island and You is a full day circle-island tour, packed with some of Oahu’s best sights and plenty of delicious Hawaiian food! Visit historical sites, eat some of the island’s best authentic Hawaiian food, learn about the culture of ancient Hawaiians and shop for the perfect souvenir as you tour around Oahu.
The island is incredibly rich with experiences to offer. Make the most of your time in Hawaii and take a day to taste, see and feel it all!
We infuse the spirit of Aloha and genuine Hawaiian culture into Island and You. Come embark on your Journey of Self Discovery and make the most of your time in Oahu.
Kids (2-11): $94
Monday - Friday
Length and Capacity
Minimum of 4 passengers
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The Tour Agenda
Here is a complete rundown of all 11 stops on this full-day tour!
Diamond Head and Kapiolani Park
Good Morning! With transportation from Waikiki included, our circle-island tour of Oahu begins at 8:30 AM with a view of the infamous crater Diamond Head from Kapiolani Park as we fuel up with a tasty scone from the local favorite Diamond Head Grill.
Makapu'u Healing Pool Lookout
Next, we visit the gorgeous healing pool of Makapu’u, where ancient Hawaiians performed spiritual cleansing to keep the mind and body in balance.
Here you will enjoy the awe-inspiring views of the Oahu’s Windward coastline and shimmering turquoise waters. As we depart from Makapu’u, take in the majestic Ko’olau Mountain Range views as we head to our next stop.
Waiahole Poi Factory
From there, we head to our first meal stop of the day at Waiahole Poi Factory.
Tucked away in the quiet backcountry of Kaneohe, the Waiahole Poi Factory offers traditional Hawaiian favorites like Kalua Pig, squid luau, and, of course, poi!
Poi is a paste made by grinding a Hawaiian root, or “taro.” If you’re lucky, you might see it being made!
Macadamia Nuts Farm
But don’t get too full off of these delicacies, because our next stop is the Macadamia Nut Farm.
See how they harvest these healthy snacks and sample the island’s freshest macadamia nuts and Big Island coffee. Visit the gift shop for the perfect easy souvenir to take home!
Kualoa Regional Park
Next, see one of the island’s most iconic views at Kualoa Beach Park. Nicknamed “Chinaman’s Hat,” the famous Mokoli’i island lies just off the coast.
Young Hawaiian chiefs used to practice for their roles in this sacred space during ancient times. And behind the park, the steep, ridge-lined Ko’olau cliffs shoot up into the sky for a panoramic view!
Fumi's Garlic Shrimp
After the fun in the sun at this energy-filled stop – you guessed it – we’re ready for more food!
We’ll then serve up Hawaiian Kahuku-style garlic shrimp at Fumi’s in Kahuku, the birthplace of this style of shrimp! Check out the shrimp ponds in this area.
Kahuku Land Farm
Right nearby, you can pick up refreshing tropical fruits like mango or lilikoi (passion fruit) at the Kahuku Land Farm. All of the fruits sold at the farm are 100% organically grown!
We’ll take the fruits we picked up at the Kahuku Land Farm to our next stop at the dreamy Sunset Beach.
A popular surfing spot, this beach is known for its prime sunset views on a clear da. During the winter season, take in thrilling waves. But we’re not done – there’s still three more stops on this full-day tour!
After enjoying the fruit, we’ll take you to a popular spot to see the “Honu,” or Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle! They often come ashore at this scenic point location to sunbathe.
In Hawaii, Honu are known to be the guardians and navigators of the sea. We will connect with them from a distance, as they are federally protected.
We’ll continue our journey onto the historic surf town of Haleiwa. Stroll around, check out the shops and art galleries of this artistic community.
After you’re done shopping, try a colorful, cooling dessert at Matsumoto Shave Ice!
Last but not least, the Island and You tour gives you the important chance to respect and connect to true Hawaii through a spiritual visit to Kukaniloko Birthstone State Monument.
This sacred site was once used as a place for Hawaiian Ali’i, or Royalty, to give birth. When a child was conceived here, ancient Hawaiians believed they would someday be a chief. Legend has it that visiting this location eases the pain of giving birth for future mothers.
"A Hui Hou!"
Until We Meet Again!
Our hearts and our bellies will be full after a full day of experiencing the best sights, experiences and food that Oahu has to offer!
A group photo will be taken and will be sent to everyone via email so you can share this memory with friends and family back home.