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Due to the popularity of Kualoa the best time to visit the ranch is after 1pm.

Your Go Oahu Card® is valid for one of the following Kualoa Tour's per day:

The word "exhilarating" was invented for experiences like this. Hop aboard a 49-passenger catamaran for a narrated tour of Kaneohe Bay, Mokolii Island (Chinaman's Hat) and more. Plus, take a bus tour of Molii Gardens or a canoe ride on an ancient fishpond.

Kualoa Ranch is the spot for scenery in Oahu—so much so that Hollywood uses it as their filming location for so many of the movies and shows we know and love, including Jurassic Park, Lost, 50 First Dates, and of course, Hawaii 5-0. The stunning piece of land also serves as a major attraction, with many people coming to visit its ancient fishpond, secret beach, and beautiful gardens. Among its popular offerings is a private catamaran tour of the waters around Kualoa Ranch, including some of the area’s most stunning island scenery! Board the park’s 49-passenger boat for a trip through Hawaiian waters that will send you home in awe of these islands.

The Kualoa Ranch Voyaging Tour catamaran will take you to the following spots:

  • Kāneohe Bay: The largest sheltered body of water in the main Hawaiian Islands. The 8-mile long bay is dominated by a barrier reef (one of only two in the island chain), and sits on the northeast coast of Oahu. Beautiful island views are present from the bay.
  • Mokolii Island: A 12.5-acre island off the shore of Kualoa Point, that was once connected to Oahu before erosion separated the two. The island is referred to as “Chinaman’s Hat” due to its resemblance to the straw hats worn by Chinese immigrants. The island is a popular spot for swimming and kayaking with locals, and some even venture to swim there from neighboring land.
  • Hokulea Beach: A beautiful patch of beach that is the ceremonial home of the first modern replica of an ancient sailing canoe—a cultural and historic treat to behold!

Your Kualoa Ranch Voyaging Tour will provide unparalleled photographic opportunities of the stunning blue-green water off the coast of Oahu, as well as of the beautiful and geologically-rich Kooalu Mountains in the background. Your tour will be narrated by a lively and knowledgeable guide who will send you home with a greater appreciation for the cultural value and the aesthetic and geographic beauty of the area, and of Hawaii in general. Please note that this catamaran tour does not operate on Sundays or Federal Holidays.

The Go Oahu Card is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility. Your pass includes Voyaging Catamaran Tour at Kualoa Ranch tickets, plus admission to dozens more top attractions.

Getting In

Check in at the ticket office located behind the visitor center, next to the horse stable.


Reservations are required. Space is often limited. Please call (808) 237-7321.


Daily, 7:00 am-5:00 pm.
Please consult the Kualoa Ranch website for specific tour times which run Monday-Saturday.


Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Ocean voyaging is not offered on Sunday or Federal Holidays due to Harbor restrictions.


Free parking is available at the Visitor Center


49-560 Kamehameha Hwy
Kaneohe, HI

Driving Directions

Kualoa is just 45 minutes from Waikiki. Take the H-1 Freeway West to the Likelike Hwy, Route #63. Proceed up the Likelike Hwy and through the Wilson Tunnel. Descend towards Kane'ohe town and exit onto Kahekili Hwy, Route #83, heading North. Continue along Kahekili Hwy - note that the road becomes Kamehameha Hwy. In about 10 minutes you will see signs indicating you are approaching the Kualoa entrance which will be on your left as you round the curve past Mokoli'i Island (Chinaman's Hat).

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