This is the perfect tour for those who are interested in helping put an end to the mystery of whether or not President Obama’s birth certificate exists in Hawaii.
Travel arrangements will be made by our team of native Hawaiian tour guides, certified as some of the best on the Island. Activities include island hopping, volcano exploration, a visit to the Pearl Harbor Memorial, a 120-mile journey around the island of Oahu and a traditional luau at Paradise Cove. If the missing Presidential documents are to be found, these are the perfect tours to uncover them on.
The following three tours may be arranged in any order, to best accommodate your travel plans. You may call our office at any time for assistance: (888) 753-7277 or email email@example.com.
Big Island Volcano Tour
No stone will be left unturned as you fly from Honolulu to Hilo on the Big Island. You’ll spend the day exploring the natural wonders of Volcanoes National Park, home to the very active Kilauea Volcano. If you dare, take a peek inside from the edge of the molten lava flow to see if Pele, the Hawaiian Fire Goddess, has the missing birth certificate hidden inside. Finish up by visiting the Jagger Museum, Thurston Lave Tube or the Volcano House before flying back to Oahu.
Pearl Harbor & Circle Island Tour
Spend the morning at the Pearl Harbor Memorial, one of the most visited attractions in Hawaii. You’ll start at the visitor’s center and museum where you will view an historic movie about Pearl Harbor and World War II. Keep your eyes peeled for the birth records as you board an authentic Navy launch and cross harbor to the USS Arizona Memorial.
Next, climb aboard a coach bus for a 120-mile tour around the Island of Oahu as your quest to locate Obama’s birth certificate continues. You’ll stop at all of the best sightseeing locales like the Dole Plantation, the Nu’uanu Pali Lookout, Makapu’u and even upscale Kahala, referred to as the ”Beverly Hills of Hawaii.” You’ll even travel to a tropical rain forest and visit some of the most famous the North Shore beaches where major surfing contests are held each winter.
Head along the Waianae coastline to the Paradise Cove Luau where you will enjoy one of the best luaus on the Island. Once there, relax while you explore over twelve acres of oceanfront greenery and watch a beautiful sunset. Play traditional Hawaiian games or learn how to string a fragrant lei. Land the night’s catch by singing and chanting as you pull in the fishing nets. The highlight of the evening is the imu ceremony, where the roasted kalua pig is unearthed. The scrumptious buffet features an assortment of mainland and Hawaiian dishes, including kalua pork, fresh fish, fried chicken and an array of salads. Be adventurous and try the purple Hawaiian staple called poi, or a luscious bit of Heaven known as haupia (coconut pudding). Then, be sure and keep your eye out for that birth certificate as the Hawaiian music plays and the hula dancers start to work their magic, dancing into the night.
For the adventurous traveler, Hawaii Tours offers a unique opportunity to explore the Islands on some of the most popular tours, searching for the missing birth records, all packaged at a great price of $399 per adult and $369 per child.