Honolulu iVenture Cards

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Hawaii is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States, offering the many charms of a tropical island alongside some of the best cultural attractions around. A visit to Oahu isn’t complete without a good deal of time spend exploring the fantastic capital city of Honolulu, the cultural and commercial heart of the island. Here you’ll find everything from expansive beaches and crashing waves to top natural history and arts museums, as well as the iconic Pearl Harbor Historic Sites.

iVenture has stopped selling both of their Honolulu passes. We recommend the Go Oahu Card by Go City Card. It has many more attractions and tours than the iVenture Offering.

The iVenture products in Honolulu offer an excellent way to save on admission to many of Oahu’s top attractions in the capital city. The pass is good for one month from the date of issuance, and can be used throughout the course of the month at any of the included attractions. It’s actually a plastic “Smart Card,” like a credit card, which is used in lieu of paper tickets. You don’t need to pay anything to the attraction – just show the card and you’re in. The type of card you purchase will dictate the number of attractions you can visit, as well as the included attraction types. As you can see below, there are two primary cards with different areas of focus to choose from in Honolulu. The Honolulu Flexi Attractions Pass is one of the most popular multi-attraction passes in the entire Oahu market, and the Pearl Harbor Pass is an excellent, focused product with guaranteed value.

The included attractions on both products are some of the best and most popular things to do in Honolulu. Whether you’re interested in a relaxing catamaran cruise, a fascinating art museum, an intriguing historical site, or an exhilarating bike adventure, there’s something for you to love when you visit the attractions included on iVenture cards. Although there are some limitations (for example, the passes don’t included attractions outside of Honolulu, which may be disappointing to those who want to see more of Oahu – and if you want to see more of the island, consider a Go Oahu Card), the benefits far outweigh the drawbacks.  See below for more details on each different card.

iVenture Card Honolulu Flexi Attractions Pass

Honolulu Flexi Attractions Pass

This pass features the widest selection of included attractions, ranging from Pearl Harbor attractions to art museums, cruise, tours, bike rentals, and more. This pass promises to save up to 30% on admission prices versus purchasing individual tickets. You purchase the pass in increments of three or five tickets, and you’ll get admission to any three or five attractions of your choice from the included options. You have an entire month to visit your choice of the included attractions, and don’t need to choose in advance. Simply swipe your card at the admission counter or gate for any included attraction and you’re all set to go. Another nice benefit is the full-color guidebook and map, which can help you plan your Honolulu excursions.

Iventure Card Pearl Harbor Pass

Pearl Harbor Pass

This pass focuses primarily on Pearl Harbor attractions. With this more specific focus, you’ll get a clear value on visiting some of the most important historical attractions in the entire United States, saving a guaranteed 20% on gate admission prices. You get to visit four Pearl Harbor attractions (USS Arizona Memorial, USS Bowfin Submarine, USS Missouri Battleship, and the handy Pearl Harbor Shuttle) and your choice of a fifth attraction chosen from a small selection of additional options. Your additional attraction can be one of the following: the Pacific Aviation Museum, Maita’i Catamaran, Iolani Palace, or the Bishop Museum. You’ll also have an entire month to use this product, and don’t need to choose that extra fifth attraction in advance. The included map and guidebook will help you navigate your way to and around the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites.