Daily Archives: August 16, 2009

Site Seeing on Vacation

For many tourists who visit Hawaii on a beach vacation, site seeing is the most important part of their trip.  Luckily, Hawaii has plenty of attractions to satisfy even the pickiest traveler’s needs.  Because tourism is the largest economic driver in the state, there are several companies devoted to touring visitors around and pointing out some of Hawaii’s most unique, but often hidden, places to see.  Roberts Hawaii is one of the state’s oldest and largest tour companies.  Focused on streamlining the site seeing experience, Roberts Hawaii offers a number of fun activities and attractions that make site seeing a fun and enjoyable experience for the whole family.

On Oahu, the show Magic of Polynesia features John Hirokawa as master illusionist and takes guests on an epic ride through Hawaiian culture and magic.  Roberts Hawaii’s Stars and Strips Tour explores several local patriotic places, including Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona Memorial, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, Historic Honolulu, and the Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl.  The Alii Kai Catamaran Dinner Cruise is especially popular with its panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Waikiki, beautiful sunset view, and scrumptious local food.  On the island of Hawaii, Roberts offers an evening volcano special tour that winds its way through the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in order to catch a glimpse of the red glow of fresh lava flowing into the ocean.