Take a journey to the famous North Shore on a sightseeing adventure curated to include unforgettable views that make for unreal photos. Winter holds the largest waves and it’s happening right now! Daily excursions from Waikiki.
3 Hour Hawaii Sunrise Tour
Start Your Vacation Off Right, Here.
Monday – Friday
Pick-up is 1 hour prior to sunrise
Duration: 3 Hours
Energy Level: Easy
- Kaiwi Coastline Sunrise
- Makapu’u Lookout
- Leonards Malasadas
- Adult (13 & Up)
- Child (5-12)
- Infant (4 & Under)
Discover Hawaii before everyone else does. The best sunrises are here on Oahu!
Are you an early bird who loves photographing epic, natural beauty? Or perhaps you are wondering what to do at 5 a.m. when you’re jet-lagged and wake up on mainland time. Are you looking to experience the richness of Hawaii’s Oahu Island? We invite you to our Hawaii Sunrise Tour!
The best part about coming out to see the most beautiful sunrise in Hawaii, is you get a chance to try a Leonards Malasada after the magic! It doesn’t get any better. You’ll not only get amazing photos but you’ll be ready to go and enjoy the rest of your day after you have that tasty Malasada.
Experience the sunrise from Halona Blow Hole with views of Sandy Beach and the Kaiwi coastline. Before Malasadas, we stop at the Makapu’u Lookout for the best panoramic photos you can find.
How about a view of the Ko’olau Mountains, an extinct natural beauty? The tour would not be complete until you have the famous Leonards Malasada.
Our Hawaii Sunrise Tour with Malasadas is the perfect way to start your vacation. Since you’re waking up early anyway, come out with us and experience the sunrise, and we can tell you all about Hawaii and how to take advantage of your vacation. Don’t sleep your holiday away!
Sites We Visit
- Kaiwi coastline for sunrise
- Sandy Beach
- Halona Blow Hole
- Makapu’u Beach Lookout
- Hawaii Kai Lookout
- Leonards Malasadas
What to bring
- Do not bring more than you can carry. Nothing is left in the van when we are out shooting to prevent theft.
- We provide tripods if needed.
- Wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes.
- Bring something to drink for yourself.
- You may want to bring a light jacket if you get cold easily. It will get very warm during the day.