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North Shore Surfing Tour
"Beyond the sands and waves of Waikiki the thrill of the surf is only the beginning. Our island tours offer true adventurers a chance to experience much more than the ocean. Hike historic valleys kayak to remote islet shores and savor the tastes of the islands. If you’re looking for fun that many visitors don’t get to experience request your reservation today. Oahu’s north shore is well known for legendary surf breaks like Waimea Sunset and the Banzai Pipeline. People travel the world over for a glimpse of these breaks and we’ll get you there – up close and personal. This countryside tour offers a nostalgic version of Hawaii that any visitor should experience.2 Person Minimum Tour Size All tours are private and exclusive to your group Tour
From $350.00
 
2-Hour Small Group Stand-Up-Paddleboarding - SUP - Experience
"An Experience You’ll Always RememberLessons You’ll Never ForgetYour lesson start on the sand with ocean awareness and safety. Then we get you right into the water for a true ocean adventure. No worries our licensed instructors are trained in first aid and lifeguard CPR. Once in the water we show you all the fundamentals of SUP. And if you're an experienced rider then our experienced instructors will help you perfect your SUP wave riding skills. Semi-Private Surfing LessonWhen you and your friends want to go big group stand-up paddle boarding lessons are the only way to go2 Person Minimum Class Size You must book at least 2 Paddlers for this lesson. We do not group together people from different parties so each lesson is private and int"""When you and your friends want to go big
From $100.00
 
East Side of Oahu Surfing Tour
"Find What Lies Beyond WaikikiBeyond the sands and waves of Waikiki the thrill of the surf is only the beginning. Our island tours offer true adventurers a chance to experience much more than the ocean. Hike historic valleys kayak to remote islet shores and savor the tastes of the islands. If you’re looking for fun that many visitors don’t get to experience request your reservation today!East Side TourTraveling east of Waikiki offers a scenic drive to views of Diamond Head the Halona Blowhole and Oahu’s windward side. You’ll see our island green with native plants and a panoramic view of the Koolau mountain range — a beauty that has even captured the lens of Hollywood films and T.V. Come along and encounter a lush vision of Oahu that many vis
From $250.00

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Take the BUS

They have a GREAT public transportation system. utilize it and you will save yourself lots of moolah! its not too hard to learn. Plus, if we ever had a question, we just asked someone for help. it will get you all around the island even if your budget is really tight.. the bus goes on all the great roads along the coast and by pretty scenery...the dole plantation, North Shore, etc. totally worth it.

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Jul 25, 2005

Makapuu Light House Hike

This is a hike i take everyone on when they come with me to Hawaii. Its about a 2 mile hike all together which takes you all the way up to a look out that over looks the famous Makapuu Light House. Also on the hike, you can over look Hawaii Kai, look down on Makapuu Beach, and do some great whale spotting looking towards the island of Molokai.
You will want to take some water on this hike, since it can be very hot on the road up. Take your time becuase if you are lazy like me, you will get tired. There is some cool off trail hiking where you can find old military bunkers. Be very careful since it is off trail and the footing can be bad. I recommend you bring binoculars, just incase u spot some whales passing through the Molokai channel. There is a good chance you will during the winter months.

Wear covered shoes because there is sharpe lave rocks on some part of the trails.
All in all, I highly recommend this hike if u are looking for some beautiful views of the island.

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bryINpoland
Jul 23, 2005

NUUAUNU STATE PARK / PALI LOOKOUT

In 1795, King Kamehameha defeated the armies of Oahu when he pushed them over the cliffs at Nuuanu Pali. In 1897 when old pali road was being built (the first road to connect the windward side of Oahu with the leward side, via the koolau mountains) construction workers found over 800 human remains at the base of the cliff.

Today there is a new road built that goes through the mountain instead of over. the old pali road is now a state park with a lookout that overlooks the windward side of Oahu.

The old road still remains, and u may walk down the old road for some great shots looking down on the town of Kaneohe. Check out my old pali road link...OLD PALI ROAD

park hours
9am til 4m daily
Free admission!
Free parking!

Be very careful at the lookout because of strong winds. hold down hats or any loose items. Do not climb ont he walls, or your bones may be discovered one day...

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Jul 23, 2005

Halona Blowhole

Around mile marker 11, the jagged lava coast itself spouts sea foam at the Halona Blowhole. Look out to sea from Halona over Sandy Beach and across the 26-mile gulf to neighboring Molokai and the faint triangular shadow of Lanai on the far horizon.

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Oct 09, 2003
 
 
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Hanauma Bay

This marine preserve is a great place to stop for a swim; you'll find the friendliest fish on the island here. A reminder: The beach park is closed on Tuesdays.

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Oct 09, 2003

The windward side

The scenery is beautiful. Just take any of the highways leaving Honolulu across the mountains toward Kanaohe. Like entering another world.

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