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Luxury Convertible Day Tour
"North Shore tour covers all the famous north shore beaches: Ali’i Beach (Turtles) Laniakea (Turtle Beach) Waimea Bay Shark's Cove Banzai Pipeline and Sunset Beach.  Tour may include Disney Aulani Green's Coffee Farm Dole Plantation
From $420.00
 
Sunset Catamaran Cruise on Oahu's North Shore
"North Shore sunsets are the best and there is no better place to watch them than from the deck of the Ho'o Nanea. The sunset hours are a magical time to be out on the water. With the winds calm the sun turns golden and paints the sky in a palette of hues and colors that seem almost unreal. There is no way you cannot be taken by it. The clean ocean air vast sky and unbelievable sunset colors swill connect you with nature and give you a feeling of relaxation and happiness that most people don't get to experience anymore. A sunset sail will help you calm your mind and let you breath again. So come join u without sacrificing the feeling of being close to the ocean. This is not a fancy dinner cruise--no dress code no hula dancers no tiki torches and umbrella topped daquiries being crammed down your throat--just the typical understated north shore atmosphere of friends getting together to enjoy an evening out on the ocean."""
From $75.00
 
Whale Watching Catamaran Sail
"Sailing in this catamaran along the beautiful coast of the North Shore and watching the giant humpback whales is something you do not want to miss while visiting Oahu. This local operator maintains personalized attention smaller group size (19 maximum guests) and fun and informative crew. During whale watching season the ocean boils with activity from humpback whales and marine life.The Ho'o Nanea is the perfect boat for whale watching. It is just the right size to keep you close to the ocean but big enough to be a safe and stable viewing platform. There are very few whale watching tours in Haleiwa. With this tour you will not find a gaggle of boats competing for whales. Avid and apathetic whale watchers alike would both agree that sailing th the small outboard engines are very quiet and unobtrusive. The underwater hydrophone lets you hear the singing clicking and moaning that goes on between the groups of humpbacks. It is a truly amazing experience!"""
From $86.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Haleiwa

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Better than any shave ice I ever had!

You cannot miss the M. Matsumoto Grocery Store for their Shave (not Shaved) Ice. There is always a line (I think) unless the place is closed. So, the secret is that they put in a scoop of vanilla ice...
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Can you smell the Garlic?

So, I believe this is the best deal of the day! 12 pieces of shrimp and two scoops of rice all for $12! And, it's yummy! I couldn't resist ordering the Scampi but I had a bite of the lemon and butter...
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Waimea Bay Beach Park

Just north of Haleiwa on Kam Highway is scenic Waimea Bay Beach Park. The large beach is set along the shore of this small bay. In the winter it gets the huge surf that the rest of the North Shore...
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Swimming & Snorkelling in Paradise - Shark's Cove

Don't really know if this belongs in "off the beaten path" as it's pretty easy to find on the main road north of Haleiwa, closer to Waimea than anywhere else.Had just visited firstly Sunset Beach then...
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Things to Do Near Haleiwa

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North Shore

Stand-up paddle boarding is a variation on surfing that is becoming very popular in the islands and is one of the fastest-growing watersports. In stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) riders stand upright on...
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Dole Pineapple Plantation

I've been to Oahu a number of times, but yet never visited the Dole Pineapple Plantation. Well on this visit, I made it a point to go there. Ya, I know, it's a place with lots of tourists and high...
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Waimea Valley

We arrived at Waimea Valley in the early afternoon and stopped first at their food venue to have big juicy hamburgers with all the fixings. They also had a gift shop, but we passed that by and went on...
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Chinaman's Hat

Mokili'i is a fun little island just off shore from Kualoa Point. The island is 12.5 acres in size. It's located in Kane'ohe Bay. The mythological story of Mokili'i comes from the translation of its...
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Polynesian Cultural Center

This is a unique open air cultural museum and performing arts center. It features 7 mock villages representing 7 unique island cultures. Every hour each of these villages has a dance, music or craft...
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Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbour and especially its WWII plight is so famous that once in Honolulu there is practically no chance of skipping it. The area where the unsalvageable sunken ships were laying was turned into...
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"Haleiwa - A Place I Could Happily Live In!"
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"Gateway to the North Shore"
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"The Highlight of our Trip!"
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"Big Wave Surfing Gateway"
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