Beyond the Call to Duty Luxury Tour from Ko'Olina
This full-day tour is custom-made for visitors staying in Ko Olina and includes admission to all the major attractions at Pearl Harbor.
Walk through the Oklahoma Memorial
View the Black Tears from the sunken USS Arizona
View of the USS Battleship Missouri from the Arizona Memorial
Drive by the State Capital of Hawaii
War planes on display at the Pacific Aviation Museum
Stop at the King Kamehameha statue
Deck guns of the USS Battleship Missouri
Ride on a Navy boat to the USS Arizona Memorial
Tower of the Pacific Aviation Museum
Pearl Harbor Visitors Center
Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl
Torpedo Tubes of the USS Bowfin Submarine
Pearl Harbor Museums
The Anchor of USS Arizona Battleship
Deck on the USS Battleship Missouri
The Pearl Harbor Visitors Center
Ship passing by the Arizona Memorial
100% Refund Policy
VisitPearlHarbor.org is not responsible for and does not extend financial reimbursement for delays caused by factors such as traffic, weather, mechanical issues, or problems concerning Navy-operated shuttle boats.
Tour stops such as the Arizona Memorial, Dole, Pali Lookout, and others are not under the control of this website or the tour companies going there. Therefore, we do not guarantee admission or entrance to any sites not in our control. Refunds are not issued if access to any tour stop is denied for any reason.
However, we will request a refund or reimbursement for visitors in such cases. When reimbursements and refunds are issued by third party vendors, we always give them to our customers.
Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific is closed to commercial tours on Federal Holidays. Tours are unable to enter cemetery on those days.
As of May 2, 2011, all passengers traveling to Ford Island (including Pacific Aviation Museum and USS Missouri) must possess valid photo identification. This does not affect the Pearl Harbor Visitor’s Center.
Changes and cancellations are allowed up to 17:00 local time, 3 business days prior to the activity.
Any cancellations made after 17:00 local time, 3 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
Thank you for your interest in visiting Pearl Harbor. Please know that purchase of tickets (Passport to Pearl Harbor & Deluxe Passport to Pearl Harbor) on VisitPearlHarbor.org includes the audio tour to the Arizona Memorial, but does not not include the USS Arizona Memorial movie/boat program. The National Park Service offers over 1,300 free walk-in tickets each day for the USS Arizona Memorial Tour on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to come early for these walk up tickets, the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is open daily from 7am.
Tours to Pearl Harbor include reserved tickets for the program at the Arizona Memorial. Please see the homepage of visitpearlharbor.org for the differences between tickets and tours.
Does the tour include the USS Arizona Memorial?
Arizona Memorial tickets are included with all of our Pearl Harbor tours.
Can I bring my purse / diaper bag / stroller?
You can bring a stroller to Pearl Harbor. Please keep in mind that you cannot take it everywhere. Strollers are allowed in the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, but not in the theaters or on shuttle boats to the USS Arizona Memorial.
What about my purse? Can I take it to Pearl Harbor?
Sorry, but purses fall under the category of bags. The rule is any bag or container that provides concealment.
Are cameras allowed at Pearl Harbor?
Cameras are allowed at Pearl Harbor. You can take photos everywhere EXCEPT on the Admiral Clarey Bridge to Ford Island.
Your day begins when your guide picks you up bright and early in a luxury mini-coach. A narration during the drive to Pearl Harbor helps you brush up on those history lessons and gives you a chance to ask questions. The first stop of the day is the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where you're given a thorough orientation and where multiple exhibits and museums provide all the information you need to know about Pearl Harbor, its history, and and the devastating attack that occurred on December 7, 1941. Make your way through the exhibits and take in new and old information, view artifacts and other memorabilia, and hear the stories of people who lived through that day.
- All Admissions Included
- Luxury Round trip transportation
- Live historical narration by an expert guide on your drive to Pearl Harbor
- Watch a film with dramatic footage of the actual attack
- Board Navy shuttle boat to the Arizona Memorial
- See the U.S. Pacific Fleet Headquarters building
- See the "Black Tears of the Arizona"
- Visit Hangers on Luke Airfield that were attacked by the Japanese
- Learn about Hawaiis history and culture
No upsells available
- Visit the Arizona Memorial WWII museum
- Experience the "Mighty Mo" - USS Missouri Battleship with Deck Tour
- Honor the sailors at the USS Oklahoma Memorial
- Visit the Pacific Aviation Museum with an expert historical guide
- Drive inside Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific
- See Iolani Palace and Hawaii State Capitol Building
- Stop at the King Kamehameha Statue
- Tour inside the USS Bowfin Submarine
- Lunch Buffet (protein changes weekly; 2 options provided), Kalua pork, BBQ chicken or mahimahi, house tossed salad, steamed white rice, and assorted cookies.
Pearl Harbor Video
One of the highlights at the Visitor Center is a short film that includes actual footage of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Exiting the Pearl Harbor Memorial Theater, you board a US Navy shuttle boat for a tour of the harbor. See the USS Arizona Memorial: a serene structure anchored directly above the sunken wreck of the enormous battleship. Take a moment to pay your respects to the 1,177 men who lost their lives when their ship exploded and sank. When you gaze into the water, look out for rainbow patterns. Even today, droplets of oil called the "Black Tears of the Arizona" escape from the ship’s hull, creating kaleidoscopic images on the surface.
Back on land, the tour continues to the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park. The submarine is open for visitors over the age of 4 to explore. Enter the cramped space and get a first-hand idea of what life and work on these vessels was like. The adjacent museum provides additional facts about the vessel, as well as housing a huge collection of submarine memorabilia.
Another awe-inspiring ship included on the tour is the Battleship Missouri, affectionately known as “Mighty Mo”. Board this battleship to see the very deck on which World War II officially ended when the surrender documents were signed by the Japanese. As you make your way through the different areas of the ship, look out for the massive gun turrets and the dent in the hull left by a kamikaze attack.
The last museum on the tour is the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. After seeing the harbor and the battleships it’s easy to forget that some of the most crucial action during the War in the Pacific happened high up in the air. This museum displays aircraft from nearly a century of aviation history, and provides insight into aerial warfare from its earliest days up to the present. As you walk through the hangars you can see bullet holes in the windows that have been there since the Japanese attack in 1941.
Before heading back to Ko Olina, your guide takes you on a drive through historic downtown Honolulu. See reminders of Hawaii's royal past such as ‘Iolani Palace and the statue of King Kamehameha the Great. The Hawaii State Capitol and ancient Kawaiaha’o Church are also part of the tour, as is a drive through the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Punchbowl Crater.
Know before you book:
- We encourage visitors to not bring bags to Pearl Harbor. There is often a line to put your bag in storage and to retrieve it. Standing in this long line may prevent you from getting your tickets for the Arizona Memorial. That is a mistake that you do not want to make.
- The fee for baggage storage at Pearl Harbor is $5.00.
- Tour buses do not permit guests to leave bags in the vehicle.