Sunset Beach – Our Oahu Circle Island Tour knows where the surf’s up
Like many beaches on Oahu’s North Shore, Sunset Beach is considered dangerous to inexperienced surfers. Tradewinds and the offshore breeze make paddling out an arduous task and extensive coral formations present a risk of injury. For seasoned surfers, Sunset Beach will pump perfect waves with West-to-Northeast swells coming from the North Pacific. It was home […]
North Shore Shrimp Stand –Our Oahu Circle Island tour guests get to taste some garlic shrimp!
For many years the North Shore of Oahu has been know for two major attractions: big surf and shrimp farms. Visitors can enjoy fresh never-frozen shrimp, freshly farmed in the backyard. Equipped with long picnic tables and lots of aloha, the shrimp stand is a quality lunch stop frequented by locals and visitors alike. Traditionally […]
Halona Blowhole – Ohana Circle Island Tour finds Oahu’s natural coves
Thousands of years ago when volcanoes were still active in Oahu, Koko Crater’s lava flowed into this area of the ocean. The molten lava tubes that occurred thousands of years ago formed the natural occurrence we now kn0w as Halona Blowhole. The lava tubes extend into the ocean which are narrow at the top […]
Diamond Head Lookout- Our Oahu Circle island tour starts the day off right!
Also known as Amelia Earhart lookout, this is the first stop of Ohana Circle Island tour. Amelia Earhart lookout is the highest point reachable on Diamond Head crater with no need of a hike. This beautiful lookout near Diamond Head State Monument overlooks the clear blue water where Amelia Earhart gained reputation as the […]