Oahu offers so many fun activities and delicious food from all over the world! Why not combine the two? Our favorite tours involve doing the things that we would be doing on our days off. Choose to hike, snorkel, surf, or all three in one day. Next, grind (this means eat great food here in Hawaii)! We know the spots, the hidden gems, the hole in the walls where you can find real, local experiences and food without the Waikiki prices. Everything is totally flexible here at HI Private Tours. We will take you to do whatever you like, but what we recommend is to get outside and take in the nature. Then, go grind! Rinse, and repeat.
Chinese New Year 2018 is coming up in early February! It's the year of the dog. Festivities begin at 5pm on February 9th at the Chinese Cultural Plaza. Things will be winding down around 10pm on Beratania St. Saturday activities begin at 10 am and go until 10pm.
The 2017 Hawaii Food and Wine Festival is coming up October 20 - November 5. Try amazing creations by some of the best chefs in the Pacific! Take a break from the delicacies, let us take you on a customized adventure and maybe try some local street food along the way!
Kaimuki has long been an interesting and bustling part of Honolulu that is just a stone's throw from Waikiki. It is often overlooked by visitors to Oahu, but lately, Kaimuki has been getting its due credit as one of the best districts to explore on foot, bus or bike.
CNN recently published a great article about the trendy new Kaimuki shire. Check it out below!
Try out the world famous Giovanni's Garlic Shrimp while you are touring Oahu! Shrimp + Garlic + Butter = Awesome!
Giovanni's Shrimp Truck. 66-472 Kamehameha Hwy. Haleiwa, HI 96712
Glad to know the medical team for the Kualoa Ranch Spartan Race 2017. We ended up doing three tours together. We covered so much of the island! Hope to see you back again next year!
Oahu has such a rich a diverse food scene. We have food from all over the world. Many items can only be found here in Hawaii. And desserts are taken very seriously! Chinese bakeries, Portuguese bakeries, coffee, pineapple, tropical fruits from Asia and South America, li hing mui, butter mochi, there are so many treats to try. Hey, you're on vacation!
Oahu is home to a very diverse and unique culture. Hawaii has long been a melting pot rich in its history and customs. This is certainly reflected in our food scene. Visitors to Honolulu can choose from almost any cuisine one can imagine. But all in one place? That’s where our Farmer’s Markets come in. Farmer’s Markets come together daily in different areas around the island, offering fresh produce, coffee, honey, juices, and a wide variety of street food. Hawaii’s largest Farmer’s Market happens every Saturday at the Kapiolani Community College from 7:30am-11am.
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