Want to see Hawaii from a whole new perspective? Check out Hawaii Duck Tours!
Great for all ages, it’s a super fun experience for the kids as they can feel the wind in their hair and water spray on their face as they explore the sights of Hawaii from the crystal clear waters.
An absolute must-do when in Hawaii and one of the best ways to see the sights of Honolulu, as well as the iconic Pearl Harbor, world famous Waikiki, the stunning Hanauma Bay, and so much more.
You get to experience the once-in-a-lifetime thrill of a ride in a fully-restored, amphibious WWII DUKW or "Duck" as they are dubbed.
There are three tour options that you can select when booking your family day out.The Diamond Head & Sea tour is where you can kick back and feel the trade wind as you cruise through major landmarks of Waikiki, and Kapiolani Park.
But then, what’s that? You’re heading onto land? Just as well the Duck transforms itself to become and open-air vehicle that can be used as a bus too!That’s what’s super fun about Duck!
You get to enjoy a narrated adventure during this 75 minute tour, and enjoy amazing views of the Pacific Ocean and skyline before heading on ONTO the water itself.
The Twilight Duck Tour is another great option, seeing all the landmarks in the light of the stunning sunset. This tour is 90 minute tour and is great for all ages.
On Fridays, Fireworks by Duck gives you the chance to enjoy spectacular live entertainment and you kick off your weekend celebrations. Lasting 60 minutes, the skyline is lit up and it’s quite a spectacle not to be missed!
With land and sea covered in your family day out in Honolulu, Hawaii Duck Tours is a unique and fun experience for the whole family. Quack Quack!
Tours from $39
Tours from $29
Free for infants
At the moment there are no tours available that provide food. There are however various options at the Visitor Center at Pearl Harbor, WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument, the Battleship Missouri, and the Pacific Aviation Museum.
Bring your sun-glasses, sun screen, and a bottle of water. After the sea tour, guests return to the pick-up location.
There are 6-8 steps with handrails to board DUCK, and they have a place to store wheelchairs if needed. The space is limited to call ahead to ensure you are okay before you book
There are no restrooms on DUCK so be prepared!
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