Originally operated as a fruit stand beginning in 1950, Dole Plantation opened to the public as Hawaii’s “Pineapple Experience” in 1989. This is Ohana Circle Island tour’s last stop of the day which happens to be one of Oahu’s most popular visitor attractions welcoming more than one million visitors a year. Dole Plantation provides enjoyable activities for the entire family, including the Pineapple Express Train Tour, the Plantation Garden Tour, and the Pineapple Garden Maze. Also popular are informational displays and presentations, as well as the plantation store offering a wide variety of gifts, local favorites, foods and refreshments. And, before you leave you can purchase a fresh pineapple to take home!
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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 to the Duke Kahanamoku invitational surfing competition until 1985 and it now holds contests such as Pipe Masters and the WSL Championship Tour. Our Ohana Circle Island tour guests will enjoy this lovely beach with views of the ocean and to have a chance to watch world-famous surfers doing what they do best.
Mokoli’i, commonly known as Chinaman’s hat, means ‘little lizard’. According to Hawaiian mythology, the island is the remains of a giant lizard’s or dragon’s tail that was chopped off and tossed into the ocean by a goddess. Today, Chinaman’s hat is part of the 157 acre Kualoa Regional Park. Besides being home to very important Oahu wildlife, this little island has also been the set and backdrop for many blockbuster movies like Jumanji and Pirates of the Caribbean. Our Ohana Circle island tour visitors will also enjoy posing with the island at a distance, lining up underneath it in order to make it look like an actual hat! Boasting movie scenes from Jurassic Park, Kualoa Ranch can also be seen in the backdrop.
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 first person to solo flight from Hawaii to north America. Directly below, surfers can be seen hitting small to medium waves at one of the most legendary surf locations on Oahu. When peering the other way around, the crater can be seen from below. Considered a defining element of Oahu’s skyline, Diamond Head is estimated to be about 400.000 to 500.000 years old.
Waianapanapa Black Sand Beach is a must visit when traveling on the Road to Hana. The mixture of green from the palm trees and vegetation against the stark contrast of the black lava rock and sand is a must see when visiting Hawaii.
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No Maui Vacation is complete without seeing a couple key areas on one of the most popular Hawaiian islands to visit. Our content partner Hawaii 4k spent the weekend over in Maui to bring us the top places to see in Maui all via the DJI Mavic Pro. From the black and red sand beaches on the Road to Hana to the Mars like vistas on Haleakala enjoy the next three of Incredible Maui by Hawaii 4k.
If you make it off of Oahu and get to visit Maui, Haleakala National Park is a must see! It’s like another world when you make it to the summit. Many head up for the sunrise but make sure you get a reservation for your car and wear warm clothes. It gets very cold up on the summit but the view is worth it.
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