Hawaii Five-O Tour
See The Incredible Scenery & Visit The Locations From TV
We can’t wait to introduce you to the real star of the hit television series Hawaii Five-O… HAWAII! On this exclusive tour, guests will cruise South Oahu and head for lunch at McGarretts oceanfront residence. Meet one of the cast members and current owners of the house who have left the lawn chairs out back for you to sit and relax in during your visit to this iconic house from the show.
The Hawaii Five-0 Tour has many sites that are either stops or drive-by viewing:
Visit McGarrettʻs House And Sit On The Oceanfront Lawn Chairs
Enjoy a Picnic Lunch at McGarrettʻs House
Hawaii Film Studio
Stop At Hawaii 5-O Headquarters In Historic Honolulu
Stories From The Show – Meet Actor “Cousin Flippa” & Ask Questions
See Various South Oahu Points Of Interest & Featured Spots
The iconic Hawaii 5-O opening is known worldwide and this tour covers many of those spots you will see. From the old show and the new, we take you on an iconic trip across the film industry’s most popular filming locations in South Oahu.
Our tour begins with hotel pickup in Waikiki and works our way along the coast, stopping at various points of interest, related to the showʻs various plots throughout the many seasons it was on TV.
Our main stop is to have lunch at the McGarrettʻs House. For those who donʻt know, this is the house that was the lead actorʻs home throughout the series. You will be able to tour the home as it was in the show and sit on the beach chairs on the lawn out back. This amazing view of the ocean and beach must not be missed.
While at the home, one of the actors from the show, Shawn Kauaʻawa Garnett, “Cousin Flippa” will stop by for photos, questions and stories about filming the series. You will have a great time hanging with Shawn before heading out to see more film locations.
After lunch, we tour around South Oahu, seeing the historic downtown locations including the Hawaii 5-O headquarters and the King Kamehameha Statue. This tour is about 3.5 hours and brings you back to Waikiki about 2pm. An amazing tour and picnic you will not soon forget.
3.5-Hour Hawaii 5-O Theme Tour With Lunch From Waikiki Hotels
In event of any filming as we tour around Honolulu we will stop and take pictures and it may deviate from our normal tour route.
Comfortable walking shoes are recommended for this tour. And make sure to bring your camera!
This iconic TV intro has been beamed into homes around the world for many decades. Most viewers after hearing that first few chords, get excited for watching an adventure in beautiful Hawaii. We take you to the most popular locations you would see on the show.
Lunch is included in this tour and provided at the McGarrett house from the show. You will love this wonderful location where we will have a picnic out on the lawn. Rewatch some of those episodes so you can remember how great this place was and what an important part of the show it became.
Fans will also get to meet Shawn Kauaʻawa Garnett, “Cousin Flippa” from the show. You will get to ask all the questions and get some great personal stories from the sets, told by the actor himself.
Your personal tour guide knows the ins and outs of Oahu and will highlight places you will see along the way like H5-O Headquarters, the Hawaii film studio, the Governor’s Mansion, Punchbowl, Tantalus and so much more. This tour will jog your memory and introduce you to a little bit of Oahu at the same time, so it’s not only just for Hawaii Five-O enthusiasts. Bring the whole family for a fun tour of the island!
This beautiful building located in historic downtown Honolulu is the Five-O headquarters. Outside the front entrance stands the majestic statue of King Kamehameha. Your guide can make time to go inside this building, (passing through security as it is the State Supreme Court) to the museum.
The original show aired in 1968 and features many of the sites you can still visit today. The old headquarters was filmed at Iolani Palace across the street from where the new headquarters is depicted in todayʻs show.
The TV show is still being filmed today so we drive by a few choice locations to see if they are working in that area. You might even spot one of the actors from the show or other famous people as everyone loves to vacation in Hawaii.