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Call to Duty Tour Pearl Harbor

  • 8-hour tour of Pearl Harbor and Honolulu
  • Tour the USS Arizona and Missouri
  • See important landmarks in Honolulu like Punchbowl Cemetery
Call to Duty Tour Pearl Harbor
From US$142.40
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Call to Duty Tour Pearl Harbor
From US$142.40
The historical significance of Pearl Harbor resonates around the world, and this small spit of land in Hawaii has the crowds to match its reputation. Skip the lines and guarantee access to Pearl Harbor’s memorials, including the USS Arizona and Missouri, by booking in advance. This tour includes informative guided commentary, transportation in a comfortable minibus, and more to ensure a seamless and educational trip.
What to Expect
Begin your 8-hour tour of Pearl Harbor with early morning hotel pickup commencing at 5:50 a.m. (Confirm exact time and location with provider.) Board a comfortable minibus equipped with individual airflow controls, cup holders, and large viewing windows, and head to your first stop at the USS Arizona.
Upon arrival, watch a short film about the attack on Pearl Harbor, and then board a Navy shuttle to the USS Arizona memorial located on the water above the sunken battleship. A guided audio tour leads you through the memorial and along the shoreline.
Then, continue to the USS Missouri, where the Japanese signed surrender documents to officially end World War II. Learn how the ship operated on a guided audio tour of the battleship deck.
After visiting the WWII monuments, travel through Honolulu to see famous local landmarks, like the ‘Iolani Palace and Kawaiahao Church. Enjoy a Hawaiian-style lunch or typical grill options (vegetarian available) at a local restaurant before returning to your hotel at roughly 2 p.m.
Reviews (79)
1 - 5 of 78 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
Glad we did this Tour!

Matt was our Guide for the Call to Duty Tour and he was great! Very knowledgeable. The tour currently offers a harbor tour around the USS Arizona and tour of the Bowfin Submarine at Pearl Harbor. Then off to the Hickman Airfield and the Pacific...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank BathPirateGirl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent tour; great tour guide

Just got back from a tour to both the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri. It was a great day made even better by our driver “Charlie.” He was very knowledgeable and a very good communicator. Learner a lot, all very sobering. A great...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank davida4656
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Just the best

This was a terrific experience; exactly as advertised. The tour itself was emotional and very thought provoking. Added bonus was our driver/tour guide, Charlie. He was knowledgeable, entertaining and came across as an all around good guy. Definitely the highlight of our stay in Honolulu.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Batfone124
Reviewed 14 November 2018
Great tour!

Wonderful tour that includes visiting the battleship Missouri and the Arizona memorial at Pearl Harbor. Joe was a fabulous guide.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank saw1011
Reviewed 11 November 2018
Remembering and respecting History

My wife and I had a great day remembering and respecting the brave men and women who gave their lives at Pearl Harbor. Our driver Matt was fantastic. He was very accommodating and gave great advice on how to best experience our tour.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Bruce E
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Response from ktraveller17 | Reviewed this property |
All of the above definitely. What I would say is that although it was pricey it was TOTALLY worth it. The day was all set out for you however you didn’t have to follow the group around the whole time, there was plenty of... More