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Five-Hour Oahu South Shore Convertible Tour

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Info Price is per car NOT per passenger.

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Private Tour Chrysler UP to 4 Guests
Private Tour Mercedes UP to 3 Guests

Private South Shore Convertible Tour

Enjoy a five-hour tour of Oahu’s dramatically beautiful south shore in a two or four-door luxury convertible. Great for individuals, couples, or a family. Tour is customized to your interests and schedule. Explore everything the South Shore has to offer!


  • Leonard’s Bakery (Malasadas donuts!)
  • Kahala Resort (Alternate resort without the buzz of Waikiki and fun children as they have dolphins in the lagoon.)
  • Diamond Head Lookout
  • Kokonuts shave ice (Many famous people have patronized this shop.)
  • Portlock neighborhood ($4.5 – $$$$$ million homes.)
  • Dog the Bounty Hunter’s home
  • Spitting Cave (Lava cliffs with 50-foot leap of faith.)
  • China Walls (Local surfing spot.)
  • Lanai Lookout (If it’s clear, you may be able to see Molokai, Maui and Lanai.)
  • Halona Cove (Beach where From Here to Eternity 1953 movie scene with Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr was filmed.  Also, scenes from Pirates of the Caribbean.)
  • Halona Blowhole
  • Makapuu Lookout (Furthest east point on the island with possibly the most scenic view and WWII bunkers in the mountain side.)
  • Sandy’s Beach (Only for experienced boogie boarders as this beach is also known as “Breakneck Beach.”)
  • Teddy’s Bigger Burgers – Kailua (Price not included in tour price.)
  • Island Snow (Shave ice shop President Obama patronized.)
  • Pali Lookout
  • Kapena Falls (15 to 20-foot terracing waterfall, used in movie Rundown and Lost.)
  • Punchbowl Cemetery (Over 38,000 of our war heroes are buried here, and almost 29,000 MIA are remembered here.)
  • Pu’u Ualaka’a State Wayside (Filming location for scene in 1961 film Blue Hawaii with Elvis Presley and Joan Blackman.)
  • Royal Mausoleum
  • Chinatown
  • Iolani Palace
  • King Kamehameha I Statue
  • State Judicial Building
  • Kawaiahao Church (Christian church on Oahu built in 1842 out of coral reef blocks.)