Sunday, July 29, 2012

Experience history of Hawaii at Honolulu Tours

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Do you know much about the history of Hawaii? Visits to Honolulu will have you faced with places that have contributed to future of Hawaii of the form. Check it out!

Hawaii is a sovereign until 1893 when a coup overthrew the monarchy. Buildings such as the palais Iolani and Ali'iolani Hale were at the Centre of these events. Discover the magnificent history of places like this.

See Iolani Palace, the only royal palace on U.S. soil on Honolulu tours!See Iolani Palace, the royal palace only on American soil on the towers of Honolulu!

See other notable monuments of Hawaiian as the great King Kamehameha Statue. Iolani palace is the only royal palace on American soil, and the team of "Hawaii Five-O" drew Ali'iolani Hale their headquarters.

The best part is, the city is not the only thing that you see on the towers of Honolulu. We couple s Oahu high to see websites and Honolulu. Visit the USS Arizona Memorial and looking solemnly in the waters of Pearl Harbor. Taste the sweetness of the Islands at the Dole pineapple Pavilion and even get your feet wet on the beaches of the North Coast!

What is the hottest new way to take tours of Honolulu? On a Segway! I want to say, why walk when you can ride right? Save the soles of your feet and zip around the city by checking the historical sites of Honolulu.

Experience Hawaiian history on Segway Honolulu tours! Look how much fun experience history of Hawaii is Honolulu Segway tour!

You can also take a Segway tour of Waikiki! Learn more about the historical Waikiki hotels and see the best sites of the city with the stress on your feet! Save the alarm clock for the Waikiki Strip, the evening, or watch the Fireworks Friday night!

To find inspiration for your holiday in Hawaii visit us on Pinterest! Find travel ideas, see what is on our "to do" list holiday and see the beautiful pictures of Hawaii.

And visit our Hawaii Travel Blog for ideas for holiday, the characteristics of the Tower, travel tips and other Hawaii!


Born and raised on the island of Oahu, Kekai Fernández graduated in journalism at the University of State of San Diego and studied abroad in the South Pacific to write the travel experience. Favorite hobbies include: surfing, diving, playing ukulele and motorcycles.


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