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Tom Barefoot's Tours currently provides Hawaii Activity Tickets to 1470+ vacation activities in all of Hawaii.

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Why Tom Barefoot's Tours

Tom Barefoot's Tours has excellent customer service.

"I spoke with or chatted online with multiple representatives for Tom's in the last week and all 3 seemed to only have my best interests in mind. We booked a couple of great trips and had a great time on each. We couldn't have been more pleased."
Scott W.

Snorkeling on the Big Island

"Once again Tom Barefoot's Tours came thru. My wife and I are in Maui and wanted to find a dinner cruise today, for her birthday, last minute with little chance of success for 6 people until I chatted and then called Leslie. She found two different cruises open for us and handled everything perfectly and in a professional and personal manner. I had conformation tickets to my email within minutes of our chat and phone conversation. Why use anyone else?"
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Hawaiian Info Bite of the Day

The Pacific Blue Marlin. The 'gold medal' catch of Hawaiian Fishing!

The very largest of the Marlins are the Blue Marlins and of all the possible trophy fish found anywhere in the world, this is the prize! Yes, they are found in large numbers throughout the islands of Hawaii but they, and related species, are found throughout the tropical and subtropical oceans of the world. They can be found from the U.S..

The Original Hawaiian Wave Surfers!

Could there be any doubt that dolphins love to have a good time. Being animals at the top tier of intelligence in the animal kingdom the dolphin often spends its spare time simply frolicking and having fun.

The Hawaiian Boar is Not Exactly an Invited Guest!

As is true of most life forms who find themselves introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, wild or feral pigs like it here, they thrive here and they are multiplying in great numbers here. Unfortunately for the Hawaiian environment, they do not have a positive impact.