Honolulu Ghost Tour

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If you're looking for a fun ghost tour of Honolulu, you've come to the right place! US Ghost Adventures offers the leading ghost tours in America! We even own the Lizzie Borden House!


Local experienced and educated tour guides we handpick for each location give our tours. You can hear eerie first-hand accounts by guests or even your guide of encounters with the unexplainable. Our tours aren't amusement park thrills, so if this is what you're after, this tour isn't for you. We don't dress in cheesy costumes, nor does anyone jump out to scare you. Instead, we offer educated historical experiences to make sense of the unexplained. And have fun while doing it! Whether you're visiting Hawaii or looking into the haunted past of your hometown, Honolulu Ghost Tours will give you a frighteningly fun memory to last a lifetime!
Don't be scared...yet! Book your Honolulu Ghost Tour today! Aloha!


The Hawaiian Islands are one of the most secluded places in the world. The only state in America with royalty, they also say hello and goodbye at the same time! The islands sit nearly 3,000 from the rest of the United States. Protected from the infectious rest of the country until 1778, when Europeans encroached on the islands to claim them for themselves.

Captain John Cook chanced upon the islands and attempted to name them the Sandwich Islands after his trip sponsor, the Earl of Sandwich. Thankfully that didn't fly.

Once upon a time, Hawaii was torn by warring chiefdoms that competed for limited resources. The Islands were split into multiple classes with frequent wars over influence, territory, and resources, causing almost constant conflicts, deaths, and ritual burials.

Following fifteen years of bloody battles, King Kamehameha united the separate islands of Hawai'i, O'ahu, Maui, Moloka'i, and Lana'i into one kingdom in 1795. In 1810, Kaua'i and Ni'ihau joined the kingdom voluntarily to avoid any additional bloodshed.

Eighty years later, the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy caused the ancient culture to suffer under American rule. There was an increase in racism against the native and immigrant populations. Bloody battles ensued, taking out Chiefs and Chiefesses from the royal bloodline. These royal deaths resulted in some of the ghosts that roam the streets today.

Along with the American settlers came diseases like the Bubonic Plague in the 1900s. Intentional burning of parts of Chinatown resulted in more death. All these deaths resulted in settlers' burial grounds and unmarked graves. The graves were disturbed along the way leaving the spirits restless, hanging around in the afterlife.

The infamous attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 brought additional bloodshed and death, adding to the supernatural history that carries on to this day.

With the native practices and superstitious beliefs of the island people, there are numerous legends of curses and mysteries that haunt the everyday life of the islanders.

Visit our website at www.usghostadventures.com to book your tour!

Tour Location Meeting Location

Iolani Palace

Weather Weather

Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine.

Tour Duration Duration

1 hr. across 1 mile

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