New Hawaii GPS Guide
8 Questions for choosing a GPS Guide
While the concept of an audio tour is familiar to most travelers, much has changed throughout the years. If you have been to a museum or art gallery, you have certainly used them before. Even those double-decker bus tours often use a GPS guide. But if you have never used one, here are a few questions to ask before choosing.
Youʻve probably experienced one before, at a museum or National Park. They give you the headphones and handset. Itʻs like that, but on your phone.
Activities can start to add up. Audio tours offer an inexpensive way to explore on your own.
We are starting with three different routes for the GPS guide. Every tour has free scavenger hunts and quizzes.
Like everything else, it depends on the particular tour. But the operational costs are significantly less, so you save a lot.
The VoiceMap travel app is free to download and easy to use. Just enter the code after downloading and set off.
Several other audio guides are on the market, and many attractions like the Aviation Museum include them with admission.
That is a drawback of most mobile travel apps. However, with AT.Hi works with local guides and shares a good percentage of each tour.
They are all relatively easy to use. The order may change, but choose the tour, download the app, enter the code, then have fun.
What is a GPS Guide or Mobile Tour?
Why are audio tours so popular now?
Where can Hawaii audio tours take you?
Brand new routes from Audio Tour Hawaii!
Waikiki Walking Tour (Part 1) and Historical Trail
Waikiki is full of visitors today but is also a favorite of Hawaiian Kings and Queens. We built a GPS guide to help expand on the free historic trail while giving you food, activity, souvenir recommendations, and much more.
We share the royal history of the area, as well as some of the Hawaiian place names. Malia narrates this tour, and she has been in the industry for longer than we are allowed to say. You will love her almost as much as we do by the end of the route.
Pearl Harbor Through Historical Honolulu GPS Driving Tour
Decided the best way to visit Pearl Harbor is on your own? No worries. That works really well for many people. So weʻve built a GPS guide from the Memorial through Downtown Honolulu, with stops at the Punchbowl Cemetery, Kamehameha Statue, and two scenic mountain lookouts.
You will learn about Hawaiian and American heroes throughout the day. Kapena is your local guide for this tour. He is an entertainer, a Veteran, born and raised in Hawaii, and he has been giving guided Pearl Harbor Tours for years.
South Shore Self Driving Beaches and Hiking GPS Guide
Ready for the fun part? Because this is it. Like all of our offerings, this South Shore Beaches and Hiking GPS guide is built on an accessible base, but you can add all the adventure you want! Some of the most beautiful beaches in the world are along the route.
Not only are there hiking opportunities, but we end the day at the Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens. Your guide on this tour grew up along the route and has been giving tours for years. Uncle Eddie is a family man, grandfather, and avid surfer, heʻs also an incredible person!
How much are Hawaii GPS guide and audio tours?
Are the GPS guide and mobile applications free?
What are other GPS guide tours available?
Are you still supporting locals with a GPS guide?
How do you use a mobile GPS guide?
We handle the routes, and VoiceMap built the app.
Use VoiceMap where ever you travel.
Stay tuned for more GPS guide routes…
Audio Tour Hawaii is not just for visitors.
Is a GPS guide better than a traditional tour of Hawaii?
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