By land, by sea or by air, Hawaii is truly beautiful. By land there are many guided tours available on all islands. Or, rent a car and explore on your own with a little more freedom. By sea, sail or cruise above sea level, or experience a unique perspective from below on a submarine. By air, the views are equally spectacular. Experience the thrill of a glider ride, bi-plane or helicopter. The following are a few options. For more, send for our visitor guides, with over 700 full-color pages, and many, many fun and exciting choices.
Atlantis Submarines. This company launched the world's first passenger submarine in 1985 and today operates in ten locations across the globe. In 1994, in a major move to expand its operations into the 21st century, Atlantis launched the world's largest passenger submersible in Hawaiian waters. The futuristic new submarine, Atlantis 2000, spans 92 feet, carries 64 passengers and displaces 150 tons. The highlight of the tour off Waikiki is a sunken World War II oil tanker which rests on the ocean floor and serves as a giant condo for schools of fish.
Dollar Rent A Car. Whether you're sightseeing on Oahu or any other island, Dollar is the Hawaii specialist. With over 5,000 cars in its fleet Dollar has a vehicle that's just right for you. Choose from compacts, sedans, luxury cars, vans and Jeeps.
E Noa Tours. Choose from short tours to points of interest such as downtown Honolulu or the Arizona Memorial, or longer tours that circle the island. All excursions are fully narrated by friendly, experienced guides who provide historical facts, insightful information, and even humorous stories!
Hawaii Rental Cars. Discount codes and coupons for car rentals on Maui, in Honolulu and at all Dollar / Thrifty locations across Hawaii. These are specially negotiated set rates and are some of the most aggressively-priced rental cars available with very few blackout dates. Check and save. Credit card not needed to reserve.
Paradise Cruise. Featuring a complete selection of ocean cruises with first class Hawaiian hospitality aboard the Star of Honolulu. This is the only boat of its kind in Hawaiian water equipped with a watts-type stabilizer for a smooth and steady ride. Cruise the shoreline from Diamond Head to Pearl Harbor or choose a sunset dinner cruise.
Pearl Harbor. December 7, 1941, a day that will live in infamy. Learn more about what took place on this day at the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center. A ferry shuttles back and forth between the visitor center and the USS Arizona Memorial so you can actually stand right above the Arizona. Also, right next to the visitor center is the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park. You can go below the deck of the Bowfin, an actual World War II sub.
Sightseeing on Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island