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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
The Great Ohana Hunt is a fun, economical way to explore and tour Waikiki. This activity combines a scavenger hunt with local culture, historical facts and trivia relevant to Waikiki. Great for weddings, conventions, family and corporate gatherings.
Gunstock Ranch, home of Oahu's first Hawaiian Legacy Forest, is a 45-year old family owned horse and cattle ranch. Come explore and learn about Hawaii as well as give back by planting and dedicating a tree. Adventure options include horseback riding and off-road vehicles, hiking and walking tours.
BikeVolcano.com specializes in guided bicycle tours of Hawaii Volcanoes National & Bike/Hike Tours to Active Lava Surface Flows. Our Certified National Park Interpretive Guides and support staff will lead you incredible and informative volcano and lava adventures. Bike Down an Active Volcano!!!
Coral Crater Adventure Park is a 35-acre outdoor adventure center located in West Oahu. The park features 6 zip lines, an aerial adventure tower, two 50 foot climbing walls, a king swing, a freefall, rappelling, tactical laser gun shooting, and side-by-side ATVs.
Aloha Motorsports is Hawaii’s largest motorsports rental company with 4 locations on three islands. We offer rentals and tours of the coolest vehicles on the islands including Polaris Adventures – Slingshot and EagleRider Harley-Davidson Rentals and Tours.
Kona Nature Tours provide unique and customized experiences for visitors to the Big Island of Hawaii. Our adventure guides will take you to where we go, to see what we see and to live like we live. Experience: History and Culture, SCUBA, Guitars, Designed-to-taste meals, Rappelling, Portage Services, Private Beaches, Private Coves, Overnight Camping, Your Imagination.
The Hawaii Okinawa Center (HOC) is the “home” of the Hawaii United Okinawa Association. The Hawaii United Okinawa Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to promote, perpetuate and preserve Okinawan culture. For more information, visit www.huoa.org.