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Explore The North Shore By Jeep

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Journey across Oahu's North Shore via a Jeep to visit iconic sites like Turtle Beach, Pali Lookout, and more on this road trek tour in Honolulu.

Capture breath-taking views with your camera spanning from Waikiki to the Windward Coast, as you travel along Oahu's North Shore in a comfortable Jeep when you book this exciting expedition in Honolulu. Your exciting tour includes convenient round trip transportation to and from the pier.

Get the chance to take postcard-worthy photos with stops at places like Laie Point, Haleiwa Alii Beach, North Shore surfing spots, Shark's Cove and Turtle Beach where you may also catch a glimpse of green sea turtles. See historical sites and popular attractions like Pali Lookout, the Dole Plantation, Waimea Valley, the He'eia Fish Pond, and Chinaman's Hat, making this excursion perfect for history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

Your tour will stop along the infamous seven-mile stretch of North Shore surf spots where world-renowned surfing competitions are held during the winter months like the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. If you're traveling from November through February, have the chance to catch waves as high as 30 feet as opposed to summer months (May-September), where the waves subside for a serene setting that's ideal for soaking up the sun, swimming, and surfing alike. Next make your way to Laniakea Beach or Turtle Beach, and have the opportunity to see honu or green sea turtles as they emerge from the water to the beach and feed on seaweed. Your tour also takes you to the iconic Shark's Cove, a lava rock beach that features impressive rock formations and a variety of marine wildlife, such as harmless reef sharks with white tips, green sea turtles and tropical fish.

The last leg of your tour takes you to Dole Plantation, a former fruit stand built during 1950. It has since transformed into a popular attraction that brings in more than one million visitors who come to delight in its delicious pineapples and explore its world-renown maze. Continue your Jeep tour as you ascend hundreds of feet in the air trekking through the lush landscapes of the Nuuanu Valley along Pali Highway's winding path to Pali Lookout, the historical site where King Kamehameha won an epic battle that united the Kingdom of Hawaii and where you can catch stunning valley views.

Catch views of the iconic 88-acre He'eia Fish Pond that served as a food source for ancient Hawaiians for centuries and Chinaman's Hat, a tiny island shaped like a pyramid that is home to several non-native plants and birds. Before ending your tour and heading back to the pier area you will make a stop to catch views of the legendary Laie Point, where legend has it that the small islands off the coast comprised the remnants of giant lizards that a powerful ancient chief had slain.

Whether you're looking to take postcard-worthy photos of the North Shore coastline or want to catch some waves, this exciting Jeep tour offers the best of both worlds. Book this tour today and get ready to experience an adventure of a lifetime in Honolulu.

About Shore Excursions Group
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Shore Excursions Group was created with one goal in mind: to provide exceptional travel experiences to cruise passengers in the ports they visit around the world. To accomplish this, we have compiled an exceptional array of tours delivered by local experts with decades of experience serving travelers and delivering excellent tours. Our owners and management team are comprised of seasoned travel industry executives who leverage their considerable experience to deliver memorie ...
from $182.00 (USD)
Per Person
Tour Type
Group Size
Activity Type(s)
Scenic, Cultural
Tour Duration
4 Hours
Activity Level
Tour Leaves From
Cruise Ship Pier.
Food/Beverage Provided
Light snacks and beverage.
Special Instructions
We recommend comfortable clothing and walking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses and hat.
The maximum allowable weight is 400 lbs. The tour cannot accommodate wheelchairs, walkers or scooters and is not considered suitable for those with mobility issues.