Sometimes a full moon means crazy things are about to happen, and sometimes it means that beautiful views are about be made.
Don't worry -- on this tour, it's only the second part that's true!
You'll follow a friendly and knowledgeable local guide to a distinct, oceanside location where you'll be able to watch the moon rise and soak the sand and surf in magical light.
Once you've made it to your spot, you'll be able to set up shop with a complimentary tripod and begin capturing incredible photographs of the scenery around you. Plus, your guide will serve double purpose as a teacher by giving you professional tips and tricks to get great nighttime shots.
The only thing crazy about this tour will be how gorgeous your pictures turn out to be!
Note: Price includes a tripod and rain gear. Camera rentals are available at an additional cost and personal cameras are welcome. You must be at least 16 years old to attend this tour. There is a maximum of 7 people per tour. Complimentary transportation is available from Waikiki hotels. Please include the name/address of your hotel in the "Special Requests" box upon booking to arrange your transportation. Please note that if your hotel's zip code is not 96815, you will be picked up at the Honolulu Zoo. Transportation is not available from hotels outside the Waikiki area, including the following hotels: the Kahala Hotel, Moana Valley Inn, the Ymca, Kailua, Pearl City, North Shore, Ko'Olina, the west side, east side, leeward side, Hawaii Kai, and all military bases.
What to expect
- Experience a tour of O'ahu as the moon slowly rises over the glistening ocean and the island comes alive for the night
- Capture incredible photographs of the moon and the surrounding scenery as you explore one distinct location
- Pick up useful tips and tricks for nighttime photography from your experienced guide
- Have a truly unforgettable experience and take home lots of pictures to prove it
About this Activity
|Price||$44.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.