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Also known as the Gathering Place, Oahu is the most populated and developed of the Hawaiian Islands. You can choose from a wide variety of activities including world-class shopping, fine dining, water sports, sightseeing and more. So whether you’re in the mood to shop until you drop or just want to chill out – Roberts Hawaii has it all.
Most Popular Oahu Tours
9.5 Hours | From $109
See Oahu’s most awe-inspiring landmarks and destinations, including the world-famous Hanauma Bay, the spouting Blowhole, Pali Lookout and the sacred Kualoa Ranch.
2.5 – 3 Hours | From $53.50
Enjoy an evening of Polynesian entertainment in Waikiki that includes stunning illusions, dramatic special effects, professional choreography, and more.
5.75 Hours | From $51
On this popular narrated tour of Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona Memorial and other historic Honolulu landmarks, explore firsthand what happened on December 7, 1941.
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Extended by popular demand, a delicious, local-style bento box – FREE! – with each purchase of the Magic of Polynesia Show only.
Join us for an Island Style Buffet Cruise aboard Atlantis Cruises’ Majestic as you take in beautiful views with a cocktail in hand.
Depart from Oahu and head to the Island of Hawai`i, known fondly as the “Big Island”. Your tour begins aboard our luxury motor coach…
Popular places to visit in Oahu:
- Pearl Harbor
- Diamond Head
- Hanauma Bay
- Downtown Honolulu
- North Shore
- Kailua Bay
From deep cultural explorations into ancient Polynesia at the Polynesian Cultural Center to the urban delights of contemporary Honolulu, from famed surf spots on the North Shore to world-renowned Pearl Harbor on the Leeward Coast, Oahu provides infinite opportunities to experience the diverse character and history of Hawaii.
Here, you can try your hand at ancient games played by early Hawaiians, get wet and wild in the ocean via waterslide, dive into Hawaii’s dramatic naval history and relive the Day of Infamy, explore the political intrigue and opulence of Iolani Palace, breathe deeply in the Valley of the Temples, taste the island’s sweet agricultural heritage, and delight in spine-tingling ghost stories on the Honolulu City Haunts.
End your day feasting on fresh island cuisine as you cruise along a golden shoreline and dance into the evening. Or be mesmerized by a spellbinding stage show in the heart of Waikiki at the Magic of Polynesia.
With so many fascinating things to see and discover, it’s little wonder that Oahu is called the Heart of Hawaii. The choices are so varied, and the island is at once exhilarating and serene, sobering and hilarious, urban and ancient – truly a place of complexity and delight.
Located at 21°28′N 157°59′W, Oahu has a total land area of 596.7 square miles and a population of over 970,000 people.