Explore with Audio Tour Hawaii | AT.Hi
Enjoy the freedom and flexibility of a self-guided tour on the VoiceMap travel App while in the Hawaiian Islands. We provide professional tours, by professional guides right on your phone. They work offline, and give turn-by-turn instructions while providing fun, insightful stories for your vacation.
In addition to the great travel app tour types below, we also offer a variety of great GPS-led Hawaii tour packages for you to explore and save even more! They combine tours with similar themes into one unforgettable package. They give you the freedom to explore on your own but never feel alone.
Each self-guided tour has two FREE scavenger hunts to enhance your experience. The Easy(ish) versions are fun for all ages and have 10 questions. Try the Hard(er) quests if you want to have even more fun. Not only that, but there are quizzes to accompany each Audio Tour Hawaii self-guided excursion.
How the GPS Self-Guided Tour Works
Use these GPS Guided driving tours to enhance your experience at Pearl Harbor, Hanauma Bay, Kailua Beach, the Lanikai Pillbox hike, and more. Staying in Waikiki? We have walking tours to familiarize yourself with the World Famous neighborhood. If you prefer two wheels, check out the local biking tours.
Local Stories on Worldwide Travel App
Halia Tours and Transportation, a local private tour Company, researches and directs each story. We work with other local tour guides from around the industry, and Community Members to produce each tour. VoiceMap handles the technical side with their mobile travel app for GPS-guided tours worldwide. All of the perks of a personal guide, with more freedom to explore at your own pace. Together we bring you AT.Hi, for professional tours made by professional guides.
Not Just for Visitors
New to the Community? Represent a school group or local organization? Even tour companies looking for a way to save money on employee training will love the AT.Hi experience. We offer Kamaaina Pricing and free, fun retention quizzes for all our tours. Why should visitors get to have all the fun?