Why do a photo tour on Oahu?

While all tours have great photo opportunities, these tours are geared towards taking you to places for amazing photo ops! The best part, you don't have to be a professional! Whether you have great photography equipment, want to rent some, or just use your iphone or android to take awesome selfies, these are a great options to see Oahu and get great pictures!

#1: Sunrise Photo Tours

I know what you're thinking, "do I really want to wake up this early while I'm on vacation?" My answer: YES! Why? Well for starters, chances are you're going to be jet lagged and awake anyways and more importantly, you can't miss that perfect Hawaiian Sunrise! ANd if its too early for you, no worries, we got you covered, check out the "Beautiful Hawaii" option:

$
99
59
/ Adult
Overall:
$
85
/ Person
Overall:
$
88
52
/ Adult
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#2: Sunset Photo Tours

OK OK, so you don't want to wake up early, no worries! That's why we have Hawaiian sunsets!

$
127
27
/ Adult
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$
85
/ Person
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#3: Circle Island Photo Tours

Want a whole day adventure to have a killer Oahu Hawaii photo portfolio! Try one of these circle island tours!

$
182
62
/ Adult
Overall:
$
140
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$
159
/ Person
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#4: Special Photo Tours

Happen to be here on a Friday or during a full moon? Want to get a bunch of shots of Hawaiian tropical plants? Do you want to check out Oahu's famous North Shore? Check out these options:

$
66
37
/ Adult
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$
49
77
/ Adult
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$
95
/ Person
Overall:
$
127
27
/ Adult

Still Not Able To Decide?

If you made it down this far and you still can't decide then it probably means you don't want to do an Oahu photography tour. Here are three of MY favorite things to do on Oahu!

Still Reading?!?!?!

OK so check out the more tips and suggestions about tours in Hawaii I have gathered from research, doing them myself, & talking to other travellers & locals about their experiences.

  • Is it going to rain? Yes. Its raining somewhere on the island every minute of the day, so there's a good chance that it will rain during or at some point of your luau. Most of the times it stops within minutes, sometimes it goes on for a while. If I could predict or control the weather I would be SUPER RICH, but I can't. Look at each individual luau package to see what the weather policy is, but what I would say to you is that just have fun. So you get wet, its not a big deal, just enjoy your trip!
  • When Should I book? My only suggestion from experience is don't wait until the last minute to make a reservation!!!!!! There are no "last minute deals" for tours and activities and unless you want to sit through a timeshare presentation to get a free tour, than its not worth the risk to wait until you're here to make a booking only to find out the tour or Hawaii activity packages you want are sold out.