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Each winter, Hawaii is the stage for some of the best whale watching on the planet, when thousands of kohola (humpback whales) migrate to our warm waters to breed and nurse their young. Tours from just about every island can bring you thrillingly close to these magnificent creatures.More
Adventures on Land
Soar through Hawaii’s lush canopies on some of the longest ziplines in the U.S. – and some of the most scenic in the world.More
Whether you want to descend jungle cliffs or cascading waterfalls, Hawaii’s knowledgeable guides will show you the ropes.More
Atlantis Submarines offers a one-of-a-kind underwater experience off the shorelines of Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island, giving guests a close-up view of an array of marine life, exotic tropical reefs and numerous sunken vessels.
Swim with wild dolphins and sea turtles in their natural habitat in Hawaii. Then enjoy ocean activities, including a 20-foot waterslide! Tour includes hula entertainment and a taro bun cheeseburger lunch. This dolphin encounter is an adventure you’ll never forget.
Swim and snorkel with Hawaiian spinner dolphins, Hawaiian green sea turtles, and reef fish. Seasonal whale watching included. "Hawaii's Finest In-Water Dolphin Experience and Snorkel Adventure." Free underwater camera with every online reservation!
Trident Adventures is a Navy SEAL owned adventure company who brings unique Navy SEAL experiences to the everyday adventurer. We dive deep water wrecks and reefs, offer certifications, enjoy snorkel tours, see dolphins and whales, and offer a 16ft floating "magic carpet" for the keiki.
Get soaking wet on the nets or kick back and relax on our comfortable main deck seating and watch everyone else get soaking wet. Snorkel with magical underwater sea life or drink like pirates as you take in a glorious Hawaiian Sunset. Join us where we board right off the sands of Waikiki.
This beautiful treasure is rich in Hawaiian history and cultural sites, nestled in a stunning botanical garden. Experience more than 5,000 botanicals along a paved path to the 45-foot waterfall. Along the way there are cultural practitioners and artisans sharing various native Hawaiian practices.