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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
Holokai Kayak and Snorkel Adventure, located at He'eia State Park, is a not-for-profit eco - tour provider. We offer various Ocean adventure activities, sll of which focus on education and preservation of Hawaiian Culture and marine ecosystems.
Oahu's only 27 hole course located on the sunny Ewa plains, just forty minutes from Waikiki. The course occupies 270 acres with stunning views of the Waianae mountains. Ninety white sand bunkers and ten lakes protect the 27 manicured greens.
Tropical Ocean Sports Inc. & Tropical Island Creations caters primarily to Japanese agents. We bring their customers to Kaneohe Bay for ocean sports and Eco & glass bottom boat tours. Our ocean sports activities include seawalker scuba, jet ski, amongst other miscellaneous options.
Turtle Bay is situated along acres of majestic coastline on Oahu's North Shore. Though the area is primarily known for its spectacular surf, two legends of golf - Arnold Palmer and George Fazio - have boldly chosen to leave their indelible mark as well. With 36 holes of championship golf, two complete practice facilities with professional instruction, and a restaurant as identifiable with North Shore surf culture as Pipeline itself (Lei Lei's), Turtle Bay beckons you.
Noa Noa presents a profusion of patterns and colors in traditional Hawaiian, Pacific Island Tapa, and ethnic designs from around the world. Unique hand-batiked clothing, for men and women, are available only in Hawaii and online exclusively at Noa Noa. Established 1980. Locally owned and designed.
Daily Scuba Diving tours on Oahu, Hawaii. Scuba diving tours at Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve (no experience required) and boat diving charters from Waikiki. We offer two trips daily at Hanauma Bay. Dive charters from Waikiki-Shipwreck and Reef charter in the morning for certified divers.
Experience an exhilarating and enchanting journey through Hawaiian history—and discover its deep cultural roots in canoe (waʻa) exploration, which brought the first ancient explorers to the shores of Ko Olina.