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This is a must-do photography activity on Hawaii’s Windward coast for all travelers! Perfect for nature lovers who prefer a later start to the day and shorter walks. A 5.5-hour circuit takes you on a journey to bask in the glory of natural attractions, official Hawaiʻi movie sites, and photo-worthy attractions that can only be found in “the gathering place,” our island, Oʻahu!

Adults Ages 13+
Children Ages 5-12
Infant Ages 0-4
Private Tour 1-11 Guests
  • 5.5 Hour Photography Tour
  • Epic Stops
  • Food Truck Stop

Complete Island Adventure with Waterfall

Hawaiian Colors That You Have Seen on Postcards. Allow your guide to help you capture the best photos with the camera you bring.

Start the photo tour with panoramic views of the Waikiki and Honolulu skyline from less-known secret lookouts. Next, a dose of history meets you at the Pali Lookout, where King Kamehameha united Oahu under his rule during the epic battle of Nuuanu.

Then, come face-to-face with the Ko’olau mountains, followed by the white sands of Waimanalo. Local food fills the belly before you’re left breathless from the views of Makapu’u Beach Lookout, Hanauma Bay, and the famous Halona Blowhole.

Don’t miss the beauty of Hawaiʻi! Book this one-of-a-kind photo tour of Oʻahu and its amazing colors. Bring your camera and snap everlasting photos as you create new memories for a lifetime! They have taken people from all over the world on this tour and time and time again, they are told this was the best way to see Hawaii.

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Sites You Visit

  • Tantalus Lookout
  • Pali Lookout (admission included)
  • Ko’olau Mountains
  • Waimanalo Bay
  • Ono Steaks & Shrimp Shack (not catered)
  • Makapu’u Beach Lookout
  • Halona Blow Hole
  • Sandy Beach Lookout
  • Lanai Lookout

What To Bring

  • Do not bring more than you can carry. Nothing is left in the van when we are out shooting to prevent theft.
  • We provide you with a tripod. You may bring your own.
  • Wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes.
  • Bring something to drink for yourself.
  • Additional batteries and memory cards for your camera.