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In 2006 the company, Roberts Hawaii, became the largest employee owned company in the State of Hawaii. This tour company, which originated during World War ll on the island of Kauai, has spread to all the islands of Hawaii. Robert's Hawaii has become one of the major players in tourism in general, and sightseeing in particular. Not only do they offer sightseeing tours and inter-island tours from each of the islands, but they have spread out to encompass the booking of hotel rooms as well. Robert's Tours also owns and manages some major boats and other activities in the islands. On Maui, they offer tours to the major sightseeing destinations such as Hana, the Crater of Haleakala, and the Iao Valley. On the Big Island, they offer tours to visit the live volcanoes as well as circle island options. On Kauai, there are tours to the Waimea Canyon, the Fern Grotto, and a fabulous Movie Tour. On Oahu, there are a variety of tours to Pearl Harbor and a circle island tour.
The Big Island is rich with natural wonders, from volcanoes to black sand beaches, fertile agricultural fields, ranch lands and tropical forests. This highly informative tour is fully narrated by professional tour driver guides.
Prepare for a thrilling day exploring volatile volcanoes, volcanic craters and lava tubes on Hawaii's enchanting "Big Island." The highlight of this daylong adventure is a trek to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to come face to face with Kilauea and Mauna Loa, two of the most famous active volcanoes on the planet.
Along with viewing film footage captured that fateful day, you will walk in the footsteps of Gen. Douglas MacArthur on the USS Battleship Missouri (the Mighty Mo) and see remains of a Japanese A6M2 Zero that was part of the Pearl Harbor attack.
This full day tour includes all of the must see sites on Oahu. Explore the wonders and beauty that make this island so special, from the lush, green mountains to the crystal clear blue waters and across the fertile central plains, you will experience the diversity of Oahu on this 120 mile tour.
This historical journey begins with a tour of the Arizona Memorial, a somber reminder of the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Continue on a guided tour of the Battleship USS Missouri, where General MacArthur accepted the unconditional surrender of the Japanese.
A visit to the Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor is a must see activity for every Hawaiian vacation. Add to that a drive through the National Cemetery of the Pacific and a narrated tour through downtown Honolulu's historic highlights, and you have a tour that will give you a special appreciation for the 50th state.