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Oahu is known for its beautiful beaches, rare flora and fauna, amazing hikes, and breathtaking views. But there are an infinite number of attractions indoors and out, and VisiTicket’s Honolulu Power Pass gives you unlimited admission to more than 30 of them. The pass is perfect for travelers who want to see as much as possible, since the more places you visit, the more you’ll save.
Prices are as little as $34 per day for a 5-day adult pass (passes for children 12 and under start at $24 for a 5-day pass), so you don’t have to visit every attraction to realize savings. However, if you’re getting a shorter duration card, plan your sightseeing carefully. The one-day adult pass is $44.99, so it wouldn’t make sense to use it the day you’re planning to visit the free USS Arizona Memorial, for example.
In addition to the USS Arizona and Pearl Harbor memorial, attractions include the Dole Plantation Maze, Sea Life Park, the Bishop Museum, the Honolulu Zoo, bike tours, snorkel and surfing gear rentals, and much more. Attractions are in Waikiki, greater Honolulu, and throughout the island of Oahu.
Top Included Hawaii Attractions
Encounter history on the Pearl Harbor, Arizona Memorial & Honolulu City Bus Tour
Snorkel in the spectacular Hanauma Bay or on Kailua Beach
Enjoy the Island sun and sea on the Maita’i Catamaran
Explore the “World’s Largest Maze” at Dole Plantation
View Hawaii’s incredible marine life at Sea Life Park
Walk the decks of “Mighty Mo” at the USS Missouri Memorial
Hike to the summit of the most famous crater on Earth
See the complete list of attractions and tours in the sidebar.
The range of activities available on the card might inspire you to go somewhere you wouldn’t have considered otherwise. If an attraction isn’t your cup of tea, there’s no money lost.
What Could get better?
The pass is only good for consecutive days, so if you’re planning on spending a day or two lounging on the beach, you may feel that you’re unable to get your money’s worth from the pass. Many of the activities and tours are outdoors, though.
Plenty of activities are in downtown Honolulu, but you’ll need a car to get to the North Shore for things like the Dole Plantation. Public transportation is available, but will usually take more than twice as long.
Some reviewers on other travel sites have felt that staff at the attractions and pass pick-up locations didn’t seem very familiar with the pass and its discounts.
Get Your Money’s Worth
Your Power Pass is activated the first time you use it to gain admission at an attraction, and this counts as your first full day even if you activate it at 5 pm. Best to save the card for your first full day of sightseeing.
The Grand Circle tour is a 5-hour tour, so even though this is a great value as part of the card, it’s not a good use of a 1-day pass as you will have much less time to try to see any other attractions.
Even the smallest bags and purses must be placed in a locker before visiting the USS Arizona and other parts of the Pearl Harbor memorial. Minimize the hassle by leaving all but what you can fit in your pockets in your hotel safe.
Water, sunscreen, and insect repellant are essential on any outdoor tour or activity. If you’re snorkeling, reapply sunscreen to your back frequently—even if you’re wearing a T-shirt.
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Where to Buy It
The card is available at many outlets. You can buy it at Expedia, Orbitz or Travelocity or you can buy it once you get to Hawaii but these are not great options as you may pay more. The best place the buy the card is at the Viator with guaranteed lowest prices and a great return policy.