E Noa Tours specializes in offering personalized sightseeing tours covering the Island of Oahu. E Noa Tours has been operational for over thirty years and is one of the standard bearers of quality and excellence in the industry. Not only do they provide a wide assortment of various tour options but they provide them at affordable prices. All tour drivers are certified in Hawaiiana by the State of Hawaii and E Noa Tours continually lives up to its expressed intention to make its tours a fun and enjoyable experience for your whole family. The extensive array of tours offered on Oahu by E Noa Tours includes a circle island tour, a circle island tour that includes a visit to the Kualoa ranch, a circle island tour that also includes a tour to Pearl Harbor, an Arizona Memorial tour that also includes a circle island tour along with a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center, a shortened circle island tour which visits the southern coastlines of the island, an extensive Pearl Harbor and Battleship Missouri tour and one that simply visits the Arizona Memorial, a Pearl Harbor and Honolulu City tour, a tour to the north shore which also visits the Dole Pineapple Plantation, an unusual Waikele Outlet Shopping Tour, a tour that combines a small amount of hiking and snorkeling as well on a waterfall excursion which also stops at famous Hanauma Bay, a special North Shore farm tour and a special holiday tour during December that drives you around to see the Christmas lights on Honolulu on a jolly trolley tour. Another tour that is very popular is the circle island tour which encompasses more territory than any of the other tours. This tours travels one-hundred and twenty miles in its entirety and picks you up and delivers you back to your hotel in Waikiki. On this tour you will visit Oahu's famous north shore beaches which are famous for some of the largest surf in the world. You will also visit the Dole Pineapple Hut and the Waimea Audubon Center where you will receive a special personalized guided walking tour.
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