Botanical Garden Tour

Spend Time in a Tropical Garden

Let’s get close to the beauty of the Hawaiian flora.  We explore a few of the most spectacular valley gardens on Oahu where you have plenty of time to discover tropical life – its plants, insects and birds. The locations always change depending on the weather.  We have something in bloom all year long. Some locations include lush tropical gardens in the Manoa valley, private orchid farms or plumeria groves and beyond. We’ll teach you how to capture the best images on your camera or smart phone. We are nature photography guides and can share our knowledge about native plants and birds on this relaxing and educational tour. For serious photographers here is an opportunity to have plenty of time for your macro-photography. If you would like to rent a macro lens please contact us for recommendations. However a macro lens is not required or necessary to enjoy the tour.

What People Say About Us

“Relaxing in the Gardens”
My husband and I did this tour last week. He had a DSLR and I only had an iPhone. But I got beautiful photos of flowers and even a gecko we found. Marie was so helpful and a joy to be with. I really like that the group was small only one other couple. What a relaxing fun time.
Karen-United States

All of our tours involve light walking. No hiking. However our vans are not wheelchair accessible. If you are unable to get in and out of a van, have a wheelchair or scooter please contact us about a private tour.

Please call us for prices at 808-799-5554 or email info@bluehawaiiphototours.com

If you sign up for more then one tour we give you a discount on your other tours after booking the first one. The Discount Code will be in your confirmation email on the first tour.

Details:

Time: Half Day ( 5 hours )
Days: TBD
Cost: Call or email for prices 808-799-5554 or info@bluehawaiiphototours.com

We provide:

  • Pick-up and drop-off in Waikiki
  • Water
  • Tripods
  • Professional photography instruction
  • Umbrellas (if needed)

Things to Bring:

  • Camera & Lenses (DSLRs, Pocket cameras, or smartphones), Polarizing filter (optional)
  • Comfortable, closed-toed walking shoes
  • Light jacket or sweater
  • Hat and sunscreen
  • Sense of adventure