Moanalua Golf Course Now Part of the Go Oahu Card First golf course partner for Smart Destinations

Boston, MA — Smart Destinations, the company behind Go City Cards and Explorer Passes, announces the expansion of the Go Oahu Card with the addition of the Moanalua Golf Course. The 18-hole course is located less than 25 miles from Waikiki hotels and the Go Oahu Card offer includes a golf cart as well as [...]




Boston, MA — Smart Destinations, the company behind Go City Cards and Explorer Passes, announces the expansion of the Go Oahu Card with the addition of the Moanalua Golf Course. The 18-hole course is located less than 25 miles from Waikiki hotels and the Go Oahu Card offer includes a golf cart as well as round trip transportation from the hotels to the course. This course is a $125 value and is free as a bonus with the 3-5-7 day Go Oahu Cards.

“Our Oahu program has always been place we try out new things,” said Cecilia Dahl, President and Co-Founder of Smart Destinations. “We’ve already have partnerships for a Luau, surf lessons, guided snorkeling expeditions, as well as the kinds of tours and museums that have been a staple of our other destinations. Golf was a logical next step for us and is just the latest example of how we are creating a better way for people to book the things they like to do on vacation.”

The Moanalua is a course that will please both golfers and history buffs. The greens and fairways are all of Bermuda grass and the course is a par 36 over 2,972 yards. The Moanalua Golf Course is Hawaii’s first golf course and also the oldest golf course west of the Rocky Mountains. Amelia Earhart once landed her plane there and polo matches were once held on the back nine.

The addition of Moanalua Golf Course adds to the value of the Go Oahu Card which already has 35 attractions ranging from The Grand Circle Island Tour, Sea Life Park, the Makani Catamaran and the Pearl Harbor tour to name a few.

About Smart Destinations

Smart Destinations is the premier provider of unlimited admission sightseeing passes in 15 major North American travel destinations from Oahu to Boston. The Smart Destinations’ ticketing system encompasses over 425 museums, attractions and tours, aggregating them in each destination onto fixed price, multi-admission products, resulting in up to 50% savings compared to buying separate tickets. The combination of savings and convenience has resulted in 94% customer satisfaction as measured by 3rd party research and helped the company rank 78 on Inc. Magazine’s 2008 list of the 500 fastest growing companies. Distributed through major travel services in 25 countries as well as on the Web, Smart Destinations’ products are a “trusted companion” for the best a destination has to offer at an unbeatable price point. For more information on the company and its products, visit www.smartdestinations.com.