The Pearl Harbor Tour from Disney Aulani offers guests at Aulani or any Ko Olina resort the opportunity to see the highlights of Oahu’s #1 attraction. This tour is the best fit for families with young children or for visitors who find a short trip to Pearl Harbor appealing.
As you cruise comfortably in air conditioned transportation, your knowledgeable tour guide will provide historical background of Pearl Harbor and the December 7, 1941 surprise attack.
Since admission has already been arranged, skip the long ticket lines and start your exploration of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument upon arrival. The replicas, artifacts, and interactive exhibits in the museums will educate and fascinate. The 23-minute film contains rare footage of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and is a must-see.
A Navy vessel will shuttle you to the USS Arizona Memorial, built directly over the sunken ship. The oil slowly leaking from the wreckage below is known as the “Black Tears of the Arizona” and it is said that the resulting rainbow-colored patterns sometimes form a face on the water’s surface. Please take a moment at the Remembrance Wall to honor the lives of the 1177 servicemen for whom the Arizona Memorial was built.
Enjoy the scenic views on the return trip to your resort. Your tour guide will share information about the Hawaiian culture and answer any lingering questions you might have from your Pearl Harbor experience.
In order to maximize your time at the headquarters of the United States Pacific Fleet, sign up for the Pearl Harbor Tour from Disney Aulani & Ko Olina. With round-trip transportation, tickets, and live expert narration included, you can expect a hassle-free tour.
The Pearl Harbor Excursion Includes:
- Round-trip transportation from Ko Olina hotels
- Live historical narration by expert guide on drive to Pearl Harbor
- Watch a film with dramatic footage of the actual attack
- Board US Navy shuttle to the Arizona Memorial
- See the U.S. Pacific Fleet Headquarters building
- Visit the USS Arizona Memorial WWII museum
- See the “Black Tears of the Arizona”
- Learn about Hawaii’s history and culture