The Hawaii tour operator, Ikua, has just announced the availability of a private tour in Honolulu that offers the chance to “explore and experience Hawaii’s unique culture, architecture, and landscapes in one of the most unique settings.”
Ikua has teamed up with the University of Hawaii’s College of Architecture to provide tours that focus on a series of three-dimensional experiences.
The first tour, which is free, includes the Ikua House, a “virtual tour” that takes you inside the house as well as into the interior of Ikua’s main office.
The house is equipped with an observation deck and a “microcosm” of the island that allows visitors to “see and feel the entire island as one big place.”
The Ikua tour includes guided trips to the Kauai Zoo and a guided visit to the Makalani Island.
The second tour, a guided tour that starts in Kapolei, takes visitors through the Kona National Forest and then into the city of Waikiki.
This tour, as well, is free and offers the opportunity to “look around the island” and “walk around the entire park in a virtual environment.”
Finally, the third tour, the Ikura-Tours-Haupona-Takahikoloa, will take you to a different part of the Hawaiian island.
The tour is free but you can “walk into the Maui Museum” and see the Kaua’i Art Museum, a museum that “captures the history of Hawai’i’s cultural heritage.”
The Maui Tour is available now through Ikua and Ikura.
Read more about Ikua at HawaiiTour.org.