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From snorkeling and sandcastle building on sun-soaked beaches to exploring aquariums and fishponds, there are seemingly endless ways to connect with the family in the Hawaiian Islands.More
Explore some of the most beautiful spots on the island of Oahu, including a visit to Diamond Head, Hanauma Bay, the Pali Lookout, Dole Plantation, famous North Shore beaches, the Hawaii Temple and more. The tour concludes with a memorable visit to the world-famous Polynesian Cultural Center
In the Polynesian Cultural Center is our Mahinalani Gift Shop, displaying the finest traditional arts and crafts from Samoa, New Zealand, Marquesas, Fiji, Tonga, Tahiti, and the Hawaiian Islands. Take with you a piece of Polynesia.
CLIMB Works Keana Farms Zipline Tour consists of eight world class dual ziplines, two rapels and four sky bridges making it the longest and most unique zipline on Oahu. The 3-hour guided tour also includes an ATV ride, tastes of local fruits and panoramic ocean and mountain views of the North Shore.
We are passionate about helping people better understand these animals and the negative misconceptions that can go along with them- ESPECIALLY SHARKS! Join us on our most popular dive (snorkel), and swim with an array of shark species!
1300 bikes and 130+ Biki Stops through out urban Honolulu, Biki provides an affordable, convenient and fun transportation option to see the city.
A mobile surfboard rental company in Waikiki serving Honolulu, Hawaii with free islandwide surfboard drop off and pick up since 2005. Our surfboard rentals are in excellent condition and renting at some of the best prices on the island. We rent paddle boards, car racks, coolers and beach chairs too!
Waikiki’s hidden gem, the best scuba diving on Oahu. Hawaiian Diving Adventures is the place for amazing experiences and fantastic adventures. Dives everyday for all levels of skill and experience. We love first time divers too.
“Travel is the best education.” The WhyzzExplorer iPhone app helps families to learn about Hawaiian culture, history, myths & legends and the islands' challenges with fun computer vision object hunts. For Young Global Citizens that are curious about the world and eager to make a difference.
Admission prices: $12 Adults, $5 Children (4-12), FREE Children 3 & under, $8 Kamaaina, $8 Active Duty Military, $5 Seniors(65+), $5 persons with disabilities, FREE Fowa Members. 2019 marks the 115th anniversary of the aquarium making the Waikiki Aquarium the 2nd oldest in the United States
Aloha Festivals is a statewide non-profit, multi-cultural festival formed in 1946 and held each September. It features over 100 events: parades, street parties, cultural displays and more. Most events free with discounts offered to ribbon wearers.