Step Back Into History Tour
Make a date with history and visit Pearl Harbor, one of the most historic places in the world.
We will learn from the excellent displays in the visitor center, view a film on the day “which will live in infamy,” and visit the USS Arizona Memorial by crossing the harbor aboard a Navy vessel.
We will then visit either the USS Missouri, where the Japanese surrender took place or the Pacific Aviation Museum, depending on your preference.
After departing Pearl Harbor we will visit Punchbowl Cemetery of the Pacific and Iolani Palace, the only official royal residence in the United States and wonder of innovation, opulence, and intrigue.
Nearby, we will view the renowned King Kamehameha Statue, featured on Hawai`i 5-O.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||We will pick you up at an airport, hotel, cruise ship terminal, or alternative location, in a fully equipped vehicle|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive promptly 15 minutes before your tour vehicle arrives at your accommodations.|
|WHAT TO BRING||For all tours, we recommend bringing a small container of sunscreen and a small camera or phone with picture taking capabilities. If you are participating in a tour that includes swimming, please bring a towel and change of clothes.|
|WHATS INCLUDED||A full day of discovery and adventure with a Certified Hawai`i Professional Tour Guide, who will pick you up at an airport, hotel, cruise ship terminal, or alternative location, in a fully equipped vehicle. Also includes entrance fees for U.S.S. Arizona Memorial, bottled water, and snacks.|
||Cancellations made more than 24 hours before the tour will be refunded with a 10% credit card service fee (if applicable). Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the tour will not be refunded. No shows will not be refunded. Customers are allowed a one-time reschedule for requests made more than 24 hours prior.|
|Step Back Into History Tour|
People (ages 3 and older)
The rate listed is per person. Please select the number of people (minimum of 2)
This adventure is operated by Personalized Hawai’i Vacations and Tours
How can I be sure to choose the perfect tour for my needs?
We have something to offer everyone. We can also design a customized tour for you to make your complete satisfaction even more probable.
What can I expect after placing my order?
Immediately after placing your order, you will receive an email confirming your tour and then a second email containing your invoice receipt.
What should or shouldn’t I bring on my tour?
For all tours, we recommend bringing a small container of sunscreen and a small camera or phone with picture taking capabilities. If you are participating in a tour that includes swimming, please bring a towel and a change of clothes.
How should I dress for my tour?
Dress comfortably. Wear shoes if your tour will involve extensive walking. If you will be visiting Pearl Harbor, the Pearl Harbor management requests that you wear a top and bottom (no bikinis, etc.) and closed-toed shoes. If you will be participating in a tour that will be making a beach or swimming stops, please bring beach shoes such as flip-flops, a change of clothes, and a towel.
Do you pick up from all hotels and AirBnBs?
Can you accommodate persons with disabilities on your tours?
Our vehicles can accommodate collapsible wheelchairs only; they are not equipped with wheelchair lifts. When you book your tour, please let us know of any special needs in your travel party, such as a front seat or a collapsible wheelchair.
Do your tours operate on holidays?
Our tours are available every day of the year. However, please note that most popular facilities, including Pearl Harbor, are closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
Does the tour price include the cost of lunch?
No. During our full-day tours, we will stop at a food service facility at which you will be able to order food according to your own preferences.
Can I meet the tour at Pearl Harbor?
To ensure you don’t miss out on any part of your tour, we start and end tours at your accommodations. Your tour guide will be sharing historical information on the way to Pearl Harbor and the tour is completed on the way back to your accommodations.
Can I bring my camera into Pearl Harbor?
Cameras are allowed into Pearl Harbor but no camera bags may accompany them.
What is the “no bag” policy for Pearl Harbor tours?
Pearl Harbor has a strict “no bag” policy to ensure the safety of visitors and staff. Anything with a zipper that can hide contraband items, including diaper bags, purses, fanny-packs, camera bags, backpacks, luggage, etc., are prohibited. A bag check station will be available where you can store your belongings for a fee of $3 per bag.