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Hawaii Duck Tours

Oahu Duck Tours give you the opportunity to see the best of the best when it comes to Hawaii Attractions.  Hanauma Bay Duck Tours are some of the most popular things to do during your Oahu Vacation.  When you book your Hawaii Duck Tours through Top Ten Hawaii, you can rest assured knowing that you saved both time and money.

A duck is a tour bus that also has the capability to go into the water.  This means that not only will you go sightseeing and be able to check out all of the Hawaii Attractions that are landlocked—you’ll also get to see those sights that are located off the shore!  Hanauma Bay Duck Tours are safe and fun for the entire family.

Top Ten Hawaii offers two Oahu Duck Tours for you to choose from.  The first is the Hanauma Bay Duck Tour, which gives you the opportunity to tour the famous Hanauma Bay while on board your duck before journeying on land to check out the views of Manalua Bay and Diamond Head. 

The second Hawaii Duck Tour brings you to the WWII sites of the Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor before journeying on land to check out Hawaii Attractions including Downtown Honolulu, Diamond Head, and Waikiki.  During both of these Oahu Duck Tours, you’ll have the chance to enjoy snorkeling.

All of our Hawaii Duck Tours are great sightseeing activities to incorporate into your Oahu Vacation.  You’ll catch sight of lots of Hawaii Attractions, so be sure to bring along your camera.  Oahu Duck Tours can pick you up at your hotel, so it’s super convenient!

When you’re booking your Hawaii Attractions that you want to see during your Oahu Vacation through Top Ten Hawaii, don’t forget to ask about Hawaii Duck Tours and Hanauma Bay Duck Tours.
      
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Hanauma Bay Duck Tour
Hanauma Bay Duck Tour


Pearl Harbor Duck Tour
Pearl Harbor Duck Tour
      
 
      
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