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😷 Health & Safety

Touring in the age of COVID-19:

We thank you very much for wanting to join one of our photo tours. We want to ensure that we are taking your health as well as ours very seriously. We ask all guests to be wearing masks at all times inside our vans. We have hand sanitizer for you to use at any time during your tour. If you have just arrived here in Hawaii you will need to have had either had a test taken with 72 hours prior to your arrival to Hawaii or have completed a 14-day quarantine. We will work with you with any questions or concerns you might have. Again, thank you for wanting to take part in our tour. We look forward to showing the best of Hawaii and capturing amazing photos.


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Full Moon Photography Tour

Location: Waikiki, Oahu

Watch the moon emerge from the ocean’s horizon and capture one-of-a-kind photographs of this celestial body’s magnificent beauty on this bi-monthly Full Moon Photography Tour. We’ve designed an evening of play for anyone interested in photography.

Tripods are provided to let you experiment with shutter speeds and capture a variety of impressions of the moon’s beauty. Create scenes in your images by imaging the moon beside a lighthouse, a volcanic island, or if you’re lucky, the moon will cast a ‘lunar rainbow’!

Be treated to steel wool photography, a shockingly simple yet deceptively complicated fire-like photo technique that never fails to amaze the eye!

Learn more and book your photography tour today!

This tour will stop at one location. We spend the time photographing the moonrise and learn techniques on how to capture its beauty.

Sites Visited:

  • Makapu’u Beach Lighthouse
  • East Oahu Beaches for Long Exposure
  • Views of Rabbit Island
  • Steel Wool Light Painting


  • Knowledgeable & friendly Photography Guides
  • Assistance and Feedback on camera settings and composure
  • Lights used for Light Painting
  • Free Tripod Use
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Rain Gear (if needed)

What to Bring

  • Your Camera (any camera works great, even your smart phone!)
  • Do not bring more than you can carry. Nothing is left in the van when we are out shooting to prevent theft.
  • We provide you with a tripod. You may bring your own.
  • Wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes.
  • Bring something to drink for yourself.
  • Bring Coffee. We will not be stopping for coffee until later in the day
  • Bring a light jacket if you get cold easily
  • Additional batteries and memory cards for your camera.
  • Cash and Credit Card for gift shopping and food stops along the way


3 hours


We pick you up at your hotel in Waikiki. If your hotel is outside of Waikiki, which is from the Ala Moana Hotel to the end of Kalakaua, we ask you to make your way to the paid parking area of the Honolulu Zoo.

Cancellation Policy

To receive a full refund you must contact us within 48 hours of your tour. Any time after that we will charge a $25 cancellation fee per person and it will take up to two weeks to refund the remaining balance, but we will work with you to reschedule. If you do not cancel by closing hours (5:30 HST) of the day before your tour no refund will be given.