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All-Inclusive Pass: Go Oahu Card

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4.4/5 (78 Reviews)
  • All-inclusive attraction pass, starting at $177.99
  • 34 of the best Oahu attractions included
  • Save up to 55% on combined admission prices
  • Explore for 3, 4, 5, or 7 days over a two-week period
  • Visit as many attractions as you want, 9am to 5:30pm
  • Choose from 4 bonus attractions

What's included on the Go Oahu Card?

Plus, free admission to all of these 34 attractions on all Cards!

How it works

What is a Go Oahu Card?

A Go Oahu Card is an attraction pass that gets you into 34 Oahu attractions plus one premium attraction for one low price.

How does a Go Oahu Card Work?
  • Just select how many days you want to sightsee — we offer 3, 4, 5, or 7-Day cards.
  • Your Go Oahu Card grants you admission to all 34 attractions for the number of days you bought the card for, plus 1 premium attraction on one of those days.
  • Simply present your pass at included attractions between 9:00am and 5:30pm.
  • Visiting your first attraction activates your card. Then, use it over a two-week period.
How will I receive my pass?

You can choose to receive your pass:

  • Instantly on your smartphone — the most popular way
  • Via email — just print it and go
  • Via mail
  • Pick it up at one of our in-city pickup locations.
What are the premium attractions?

Included with your card, choose free admission to 1 of 4 premium attractions. When you arrive in Oahu, you can choose from HA Breath of Life - Dinner Show at the Polynesian Cultural Center, Dollar Rent A Car (Jeep Wrangler Special), Germaine's Luau or Kualoa Ranch Experience and Lunch Buffet.

What else does the pass include?

You'll get a guidebook with detailed attraction descriptions, hours of operation, and a map to help plan your itinerary. Plus extra dining, shopping and entertainment discounts to help you save even more along the way.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do you mean by calendar days over a 2 week period?

Your Go Oahu Card is valid for the number of days you bought the card for, and you can take up to two weeks to use your card.

For example, if you activate a 3-Day Go Oahu Card on a Monday, then your card will be good for that day and 2 more days in the next two weeks. If you decide to go sightseeing again that Friday, then you will have one day left to use, and so on.

Please note that these are calendar days, not 24-hour periods, so start your day early to get the most out of your card!

How do I "activate" my card?

Simply visit your first attraction!

How many days should I buy?

Most travelers visit between 2 and 3 attractions each day depending on individual preference. Our most popular card is the 3-Day card.

Is my card valid all day?

You can enter attractions until 5:30pm with the Go Oahu Card.

What is your refund policy?

We know sometimes travel plans change, even at the very last minute. That's why, if you don't end up activating and using your pass within a year of the purchase date, we'll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

Here's the best part: unlike our competitors, this built-in cancellation insurance comes with every card purchase — free of charge.

If you have any questions, or if you would like to initiate a refund anytime within 1 year of your purchase, please call our Customer Care Team at 800-887-9103. We'll tell you how you can return your non-activated card or pass.

Please note: Activated passes are non-refundable.

What are the premium attractions?

Included with your card, choose free admission to 1 of 4 premium attractions. When you arrive in Oahu, you can choose from HA Breath of Life - Dinner Show at the Polynesian Cultural Center, Dollar Rent A Car (Jeep Wrangler Special), Germaine's Luau or Kualoa Ranch Experience and Lunch Buffet.

What delivery method should I choose?
  • Instant delivery is the fastest option. You'll be able to access your Go Oahu Card from your email or on your phone immediately after you purchase.
    With instant delivery you will receive a printable and mobile version of our guidebook.
  • Having your cards shipped in advance will save you time traveling to a pick up location when you get there. Note that transit times vary depending on shipping options. View delivery options.
  • With in-city pickup you can get a physical card and full-color printed guidebook without waiting for shipping. We will email you a voucher which can be redeemed for passes at one of our voucher redemption locations.
Do you ship Go Oahu Cards to hotels?

Sorry, we cannot ship to hotels because of delivery concerns.

I have a voucher, where can I pick up my card?

View a list of in-city pickup locations where you can redeem your voucher for cards.

Where can I buy the cards in Oahu?

View a list of sales locations in Oahu. Note that in-city purchases are available for full price only.

Does a Go Oahu Card expire?

Yes. You have one year from the date of purchase to begin using your pass. After one year, it will expire.

How much will I save?

We’ve made it easy to compare the combined gate prices with the price of the Go Oahu Card, to see how much you could save. Try our Savings Calculator!

How many attractions can I visit in one day?

On a Go Oahu Card, you can visit as many attractions as you want in a day from 9:00am-5:30pm.

Can I visit an attraction more than once?

In most cases, you can visit each attraction once per day. Some attractions are valid only once during the life of the pass. Please reference your guidebook for specific information on each attraction.

What is the age cut off for child cards?

Child cards are for children ages 3-12. Most attractions do not charge for children under 3 years old. However, there are some exceptions (especially children's museums and attractions geared toward very young travelers). If you have a child under 3 years old, please check with the attraction directly in advance. You may be charged at the gate.

Do I need to make reservations to visit the attractions?

Attractions that require a reservation will display this symbol on the guidebook page.

Some attractions require a credit card to hold a reservation. In these cases, your credit card will not be charged unless you do not show up for your reservation.

What happens if an attraction is closed or a tour is cancelled due to weather or other problem?

While we do our best to ensure that all attractions are available, events happen that are out of our control. The great thing about a Go Oahu Card is that there are so many attractions to choose from. If an attraction is closed, or cannot be visited for some reason, we know you'll find a fun alternative in your guidebook!

What do I do if my Go Oahu Card is lost or stolen?

Unfortunately, it cannot be replaced if it is lost or stolen. Please treat the card like cash.

What’s the catch?

There’s no catch. Go Oahu Card has a partnership with all of the participating attractions to make your visit to Oahu as memorable as possible and to help you save time and money.

I still have questions!

Please feel free to call us at 866‑637‑8819 and we’ll be happy to help you!

Note: A Go Oahu Card is non-transferable. This means that once you start using it, you are the only person who can use it to get into attractions. Go Oahu Cards may not be re-sold.

You should treat your Go Oahu Card like cash. If it is lost or stolen, it cannot be replaced.

Call us at 866‑637‑8819 and we'll be happy to help you!

Reviews

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 4.4 out of 5 stars (based on 78 customer ratings)
Average Rating for Go Oahu Card
0% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:

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Best Uses:
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[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

Great Value!!
By Bren Verified Reviewer from Bay Minette, Alabama on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

We purchased the 7 day card. We used it for everything that we wanted to see. We received our passes online and printed them. We never had any issues using them. This was an awesome deal and would recommend it to anyone!!

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[8 of 8 customers found this review helpful]

love it
By the flemchsen from vancouver on
Pros:
Everything was great, Saved Over 700 Dollars, Can Do Lots In Three Days
Cons:
Dont have any,
Best Uses:
For entertainment, Hiking,
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

had a great time saved us lots of money would definetly pass tell it to a friend that is going to HAWAII

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[12 of 12 customers found this review helpful]

Good saving card
By Eda Verified Reviewer from Vancouver, Canada on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

We purchased the 5 day Ohau card for our 7 day trip. I had booked my tours and activities ahead of time (at least 2 months ahead) to avoid disappointment and to make the whole process of using the card for activities very smoothly at check-in. The tour guides were all very professional and knowledgeable and friendly. I and my 5 friends were very impressed with the service. We saved about 35% of the total cost on our activities visited amd we managed to visit all the places we wanted with the card.

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[4 of 6 customers found this review helpful]

manoa falls waterfall hike
By justine from sacramento,ca on

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

ASK FOR MANU! great driver, very entertaining

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[8 of 11 customers found this review helpful]

You need detailed plans, renting a car..
By Cang Verified Reviewer from Quebec, QC on
Pros:
Bonus, Prepayment, Abundant Attractions, Attractive Price
Cons:
Advance Booking, Service Imperfect,
Best Uses:
With A Car, Bonus Activity, Water sports,
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

When I used the GO San Diego Card that was fantastic since we had rented a car. But this time with GO Oahu Card was a terrible experience. Because I could not rent a car this time, we only can take the bus and it costed a lot of time to most attractions. So we need to plan in detail and should miss the bus in a right time! I strongly recommend that the person who want to buy and use this Card must rent a car. Otherwise you will feel tired and loss many interesting point. Plus, I hate making a reservation because it would disorganize your plan. Also I suggest that the SmartDestination should establish a reservation system instead to do that one by one. Anyway, the attractions we have been to are wonderful and the people here are nice and helpful. Remember to rent a car with you!!!

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[33 of 34 customers found this review helpful]

Amazing Card! So Woth the $$$$$$$$$$$$$
By Luv 2 Travel Verified Reviewer from NV on
Pros:
Fun Fun Fun, Lots of attractions, Great tours, Easy to use, Amazing Value
Cons:
Germains Luau,
Best Uses:
Polynesian Cultural Ctr, Uss Missouri, Dole Plantation, Kualoa Ranch Secret Beach, Hanauma Bay Snorkeling Pearl Harbor
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

We came to Hawaii to see our child perform with a choir group. We were staying additional days after the choir left, so we purchased the 7 day pass for 6 people. We used it all 7 days! We did make the mistake of using the card one day before we should have and so we missed out on a day of visiting the Bishops Museum. So sad. Byodo-In Temple was neat to see and if you need extra days on your card, pay cash for this is was very inexpensive. We went to the Polynesian Cultural Center 3 or 4 times. To actually see all that we wanted to and not feel rushed. We saved so much money using this card there!!! We paid extra for the Luau which was worth every penny! The dancers were so classy and their show was excellent. The food was wonderful also. The show "Ha Breath of Life" was great fun for the kids and we loved it too. The Dole Plantation was amazing and we had fun in the maze!! Beware you may have kids meltdown if they can't find all the stamps in the maze!! HAHA The train was fun if you want to see vegetation and fields of pineapple. We went to Hanauma Bay to snorkel using the tour given by Kaimana Tours, LLC,. We used the tour since they provided equipment and a driver. It was nice to have a break from driving. The snorkeling was great fun!! Our kids had a great time! The Makani Catamaran afternoon Sail was so fun, but we did not get to go close to the whales, like they said they would when saw them. I recommend you use Bonine® before you go if you get sea sick!!! We did our own island tour due to demands on our time and it was awesome. We were able to see the whole tour in about 2-3 hours and stopped along the way to see what we really wanted to. I printed out my own guide information and we had a fabulous time! We went to all the same places and the Grand Island tour; we just did not take all day doing it. Battleship Missouri Memorial, USS Arizona Memorial - Audio Tour, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, & Pearl Harbor were amazing, plan to spend the entire day if you love to read all the plaques in each museum and have loads of fun!!! We also had the headphones that told you all about the stuff and it was great. Kualoa Ranch: Secret Island Beach is among one of Hawai'i's secluded beaches great for a fun-filled beach day of kayaking, canoe riding, standup paddling, beach volleyball, badminton and ping pong. Or just relax in a hammock under a palm tree. We had an awesome guide who made the girls wreaths for their hair and just was fantastic. We also did the Kayak as a group. I think in all there were only 12 of us on the beach for our 3 hour time slot. Iolani Palace the tour was fantastic it is amazing living restorations in all of Polynesia and immerse yourself in Hawaii's royal heritage as you learn all about them! (Yes we are geeks and love museums and history stuff)!!! Diamond Head Hike by Kaimana Tours, LLC. We took this tour, so they would drive us to and from and then we did not have to pay any fees. It was such a fun early morning hike we did the 6:20 am pick up and were hiking by 7 am while it was still cool. It was a great hike and fun to look out over the ocean and the city from the top of the hill. I can't begin to tell you more much we rocked the Go-card in Oahu! It was such a great time!! We literally saved ourselves a couple thousand by using this card!! So worth the money we spent to purchase the 7 day card. The only disappointment was Germaine's Luau if you are going for the free alcohol then have fun. But if you want a very classy Luau with excellent food, I would highly recommend the extra cash for the Luau at the Polynesian Cultural Center.

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[21 of 21 customers found this review helpful]

Oahu card destination review
By Pink from Indiana on
Pros:
All In One Fee
Cons:
Time And Day Limitations
Best Uses:
Ranch Polynesian Center Breath
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

Kaimana diamond head Crater hike: $1 per person or $5 per car ($10 van) This is a beautiful view at the top and there is a nice lookout about halfway up. I recommend doing this hike as early as possible by 8:30 am it gets hot when you are going up. There are a few resting points along the way, but most of the trail is a small path for both directions that is uneven from water running down it, and many stairs. There is also a dark tunnel you walk through for those of you who do not like small dark spaces, at the end of the tunnel it widens up into a small room with a ladder to climb up but you have to duck or crawl out. Some people avoided this by going up the path (where it splits near the top) the way you are to come down. If you are using the go Oahu Card, for this be advised if you are not in shape or have elderly or small children in your group you may not make the hike in the 2 hours allowed. (driver sends you with a warm bottle of water) Rainforest/waterfall and movie site tour: 3860 Manoa road, Honolulu. This is free to hike; there is a $5 fee for parking if you drive or free if you also go to the arboretum gardens where they charge you $3 a person I believe to go through. If you take the shuttle they give you granola bars and water. Make sure if you take the shuttle you do not give the driver the money for the arboretum gardens or you will have issues, pay at office when you get there. The address listed on the go Oahu book is for the Drivers house. You only need reservations if you use transportation. For this hike be sure to bring shoes not flip flops, sandals… and make sure they are shoes you do not mind if they get ruined, I saw some wearing water shoes but said you could feel the rocks underneath. If it has been dry for a while you may be ok. They do try and maintain the path but it had been raining while we were there and we walked up a slippery mud hill and in Hawaii the mud is red and stains. We went early in the day and it was hot, my camera lens and glasses fogged up. The views were great and I would recommend doing this if you can but grab the walking sticks if available. Lighthouse Hike: Free with free parking (you are paying for transportation) This is a nice hike with good views -If you want to save money and have your own transportation I would do the hikes on a non card day. Waimea Valley: This was a nice easy walk to the falls, looking at beautiful sites along the way. They do have transportation for a fee if you are unable to walk it or chose not to. There are lifeguards on duty at the falls with a lifejacket selection there is also a changing station available. Just before the falls there is a concession stand with a few items shaved ice, hot dogs, drinks… Just next to it there are restrooms and local crafts for sale. When you are done there check out the beaches by the valley they were very nice. Hawaiian Ocean Beach gear: This is a long walk from the Hilton so we did not use it much. It is the one with the blue umbrellas on Waikiki beach in the direction of Diamond Head. I preferred the Northshore beaches vs. Waikiki they were less crowded on the weekdays. Waikiki beach is nice until about 9am then there are a lot of people out. Don't forget to bring your water shoes there are only a few beaches in Oahu that are not mostly rock/coral. Kaimana Hunauma Bay snorkeling adventures: There are a lot of reviews on this, it is nice but avoid going on the weekend it was packed. Sea life Park: $5 parking We went early and did not end up paying for parking and got the best parking under a shade tree. There are areas in the parking lot to set out a blanket and have a picnic. We spent about 4 hours most of which was spent waiting for shows. If you are there for entertainment only the only shows you will want to hit are the dolphin and seal show, the others are mostly just information. The Dolphin show is around noon, but you can view those who choose the dolphin encounter when you first get there. There was a nice playground set for the small children during wait times. I will warn you not to touch or lean back on the fences in this area where there is vegetation, they do have fire ants. The price of food range approximately $7-10 for combo and drinks are about $3 bottle and $4 for fountain soda, ice cream $4, popcorn $3, shaved ice $2, Souvenir cup $10 free refills. Dole ice cream is available by the dolphin taknk. Polynesian Cultrual center: Parking is about $8 We arrived at about 3pm and did not make it through the entire place but if go to this and breath of life they day dinner is at 5 but it is buffet style unless upgraded so you can go to dinner a little later just give yourself enough time to get done before the show, so you can stay a little longer in the villages just be aware that much of the village activities start closing down around 5. It was an interesting time, had no problem going in flip flops all day. A lot of the shows they try to add humor to and worth watching for a nice relaxing day. Kualoa Ranch: Free Parking We did make reservations which they required you to be there 30 min before event, I am not sure this was necessary. If you want to check it out you can do that there is a free petting zoo, gift shop and eating area. The staff, I meet, was great. We had Chris as a tour guide; he did a great job very informative. I will warn you the jungle expedition tour was rough and if it rains you will get wet. They do stop so you can take pictures in certain areas. Oahu Kayaking: Free Parking, after turning into the parking lot take a right. Reservations required for this call in advance. It was a nice family trip, there are only 1 and 2 person kayaks available and they do not let you have children in lap. I would not recommend having young children on their own, most of the time the water is calm but you do have to work against the water going around the rocks. The ride was easy around the boat dock and then just before the bridge. Dole plantation: Free Parking This was a nice place to visit but if you are short on time or don't want to use your go Oahu card that day you could easily skip the garden you will see most everything in it at other places, (May 13, much was under construction) and the train ride was nice but could have easily skipped it, my son loves trains and was excited to get on but once on the train ride was not as thrilled they have a gift shop and a farmers market available. The café had long wait lines the entire time we were there, we eventually just waited. Pearl Harbor: Free parking, if you want to get parking you should get there early if you arrive at noon you will not likely find parking till around 2-3. Get there early and get the Arizona tickets first thing before you do anything else or you may not get to see it. There is limited space for this I got my tickets at 7-7:30 there was not a line at that time for the Arizona but my ticket time for the Arizona was at 10:45. When we got there they said that we may have an issue with the go Oahu going to all the sites, since we had not done our bonus event we went ahead and waited to do the aviation tour another day. I would recommend using your bonus event before this so there are no issues and contact the company to find out what the deal is with this. No bags are allowed in, we were easily able to go out the gates and come back in to have a lunch break. If you need to cool off remember the Uss Bowfin museum just before you go onto the sub has AC. There are also vendors in this area. The battleship Missouri does have elevators to the right if you need them, plus you avoid the crowd. Wet n' Wild Hawaii: Parking $7.50 We went on a Monday, there were no lines for most of the items, with the exception of Shaka and waiting for the mats to slid down the green and yellow tube slide. If you get to the rapid river (blue slide with raft) about 6/7 min early you can walk to the top and wait to be the first one on the ride, I will advise the cement at wet n' wild gets hot. They rotate between the two slides, check times. There were many of the slides that were down for repairs while we were there not a big issue since only one of them was at the children's area but if I didn't have to keep track of children I would have been disappointed. They will tell you in advance at the gate what is closed but you could call them to find out the day before they should know. The locals said in the summer the lines are longer since the kids are out of school. If you plan on eating anything there it starts at about $10 and is not that great of food. You are not allowed to bring food or drinks in, however; water is allowed. My child is 5 and didn't want to leave so that was good. They also have lifejackets available by the wave pool so you do not have to bring your own. Review of Makani Catarman sail: Parking is $1 hr to park next to the dock. There is a park off Ward that is free (by the water) but it is a little bit of a walk through a neighborhood that the homeless hang out in didn't have any issues but would not go alone. The ride was good and staff members were friendly however; they required you to show up and register 30 min before sail but no one was there to get tickets till 10 min before sail, they also say that there is a breakfast and coffee but you get chips or cookies and 1 drink ticket. I recommend using these for alcohol since drinks are $6.50 soda is $2, extra snacks $1, and I do not remember what juice was. I recommend bringing your own in a bag. Coffee is no longer available on boat. When you first get on you are briefed about the boat rules by the bar. There are only 3 people per side allowed on the tanning nets, first come first serve. They do stop and throw out fish food to attract the turtles, and we did see a pod of dolphins. There are bathrooms on the boat if needed. If you get there early the only shaded area near dock is the bus stop. Also remember to book well in advance they only have certain days they do the sails and they are limited on the amount of people they take. Mornings were Sunday and Wednesday only.

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[29 of 30 customers found this review helpful]

Good value if you plan ahead
By MI_RDG from Novi, Michigan on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

You MUST plan ahead to get the value of this card! You must also know in advance you cannot do everything that is included (unless you do a 7 day card). This card is best if you are staying at a hotel in Waikiki. Most of the attractions are free, but you are paying for the transportation. They do not pick you up if you are not at Waikiki, but you can still use the card once at destination if there is a charge. We rented a car for the full 10 days we were on the island because we stayed at 3 different places (Huulau, Waikiki & Kailua). We should have used the card to do the PolCC and purchased the luau separately, but didn't know that until after the fact. Here was our itinerary: Day 1- snorkel at Waimea Beach (swam with about 6 turtles and saw lots of fish- calm beach) (on our own) Day 2- Pol. CC w/Luau & Ha Breath of Life (on our own-didn't use card) Day 3- Aquarium (not on card, but worth the visit) Day 4-(Saturday) Aloha Stadium- Flea Market $1 per person. They have a stop on the bus or you can call the tour companies & they pick you up & drop you off for $5 I think I heard someone say. Day 5*- Manakai Catamaran, Wet & Wild Waterpark- made the reservation for catamaran first since they book fast. Had extra time, so drove to waterpark. Because there was only 2 hours left in the day (closes at 3:30) there were hardly any lines and really not that many people in the park overall. Day 6*-Pearl Harbor/ City Tour Day 7*- Circle Tour. Used card for train ride at Dole. Day 8*- Sea Life Park (used upgrade here to have dolphin experience- very cool!) Made this reservation same day I made catamaran reservation. Filled in other days around them. Day 9- Kailua Beach (could have used card this day to do water sports, but we just hung out!) Day 10- Diamond Head, Botanical Gardens (on our own) We did get the value of the cards that we spent by seeing what we did. We have used these types of cards for San Francisco & Chicago, too. I do not think this card was as good of a value as those, but we did break even/ come out a little ahead & it was nice to have the book that had all the addresses and phone numbers handy! We ordered this a month before we went to Hawaii and got the cards in the mail. We did not have any problems with using this card.

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[15 of 16 customers found this review helpful]

Great Attractions and Convinence
By Aaron Verified Reviewer from Tempe,AZ on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

I added up the retail price for the tours we did and we saved almost $300 for our family of 5.The best part is that we didn't have to shop around.It was easy to book our tours through the guide book.Some tours take up most of the day but if you check the times you can do 2 or 3 attractions in one day. We did Diamond Head and the Rainforest Waterfalls and Movie Sites Adventure on the same day and they both were great!Recommend them both! So if you plan a little, you can maximize the use of your card and save lots of money!

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[10 of 10 customers found this review helpful]

Great value and east to use !
By leo Verified Reviewer from pleasenton on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Oahu Card:

Did the Hanauma Bay Snorkel Tour and Rainforest and Waterfall Adventure on the same day! We got to experience the best that Oahu has to offer! My children loved snorkeling at the beach and my wife love the beautiful waterfall. Nature at it's best! It was so easy using the guide book provided and the vendors they used were very profesional.Having to find these vendors ourselves would be difficult but they made it easy and we saved money!

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Actual Money-Saving Itineraries

Below are the most popular ways Go Oahu Card holders saved money on their trip. While you don’t have to follow these itineraries, they show just how much you can save!

If you have your own itinerary in mind, try our Savings Calculator!

3-Day Card Popular Itinerary 5-Day Card Popular Itinerary

3-Day Card Popular Itinerary

Any 3 days over a two-week period.

Day 1Typical time spentGate Price
Sea Life Park 3 hours $29.99
Hawaiian Style Moped 2.5 hours $31.41
Day 2
USS Missouri Memorial 1 hour $22.00
USS Arizona Memorial Audio tour 1 hour $7.50
USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park 1 hour $10.00
Polynesian Cultural Center 2 hours $49.95
Day 3
Makani Catamaran Sail 2 hours $69.00
Waikiki Beach gear rental 3 hours $30.00
Germaine's Luau 3 hours (evening) $72.00
Total gate price$290.48
3-Day Go Oahu Card$177.99
You save$112.49
39% off the adult gate price!

5-Day Card Popular Itinerary

Any 5 days over a two-week period.

Day 1Typical time spentGate Price
Kualoa Ranch Movie Tour 1 hour $27.00
Polynesian Cultural Center 2 hours $49.95
Dole Plantation Train 45 minutes $13.50
Dole Plantation Maze 30 minutes $5.00
Day 2
Makani Catamaran Sail 2 hours $69.00
Stand Up Paddleboarding 3 hours $39.00
Day 3
USS Missouri Memorial 1 hour $22.00
USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park 1 hour $10.00
USS Arizona Memorial Audio tour 1 hour $7.50
Aviation Museum 2 hour $25.00
Day 4
Sea Life Park 3 hours $29.99
Waikiki Beach gear rental 2 hours $30.00
Germaine's Luau 3 hours (evening) $72.00
Day 5
Hawaiian Style Moped 2.5 hours $31.41
Lyon's Aroboretum 2 hours $10.00
Sea Life Park 3 hours $29.99
Total gate price$474.34
5-Day Go Oahu Card$229.99
You save$244.35
52% off the adult gate price!

Remember, you are free to choose any of Oahu's 34 attractions.

“We saved almost $300 for our family of 5…if you plan a little, you can maximize the use of your card and save lots of money!“

— Aaron, Tempe, AZ

Get the most out of your trip, buy a Go Oahu Card today!