Pipeline Beach and Surf

The Hawaii Turtle Tour makes time to pop on by Beach! Locals insist that the wave was surfed long before the 1960s, the first recorded surfing at Pipeline took place in 1964. Beyond the third reef, Greg Noll rode one of the most famous waves ever caught at. By 1971 …

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The Dole Plantation

By Jonathan Howery Hawaiian pineapples are widely known by all the visitors coming to the islands. So it comes as no surprise that a visit to the Dole Pineapple Plantation is on the list for the stops on the Hawaii Turtle Tour. The Hawaiian Pineapple Company was founded in 1901 …

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Halona Blowhole

Halona Blowhole

By Jonathan Howery One of the stops along the way on the Hawaii Turtle Tour is to Halona Blowhole on the east side of the island of Oahu. The blowhole is a natural formation created from molten lava tubes during volcanic activity and eruptions. Thousands of years ago when Koko …

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Makapu’u

mokapuu

By Jonathan Howery Another one of the great stops that your guide will make along the way on the Hawaii Turtle Tour is to Makapu’u. Makapu’u is the most eastern end of the Island of O’ahu in the Hawaiian Islands chain. The cliffs at Makapu’u Point form that very eastern …

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Oahu Eco Tour

Honu

Popular Oahu eco tour destinations and things to do Explore a beach Oahu is the perfect beach destination. Here you will find all sorts of beaches that are perfect for a variety of activities, such as swimming, snorkeling, surfing, scuba diving, windsurfing, and kite surfing. One of the most popular …

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Oahu snorkeling tour

Oahu Snorkeling

Oahu snorkeling tour for turtle lovers Oahu is the most visited of all the Hawaiian islands. It is a beautiful island, with something to do for everyone. Besides Oahu’s lush rainforests and scenic mountain peaks, the beaches are surely one of the main draws. The waters are clear and warm …

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