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Haleiwa was established by the missionaries, Rev. and Mrs. John Emerson, in 1832. In 1899 with the building of the
The USS Arizona has rested in its watery grave at Pearl Harbor since December 7, 1941. The overturned hull of
This popular dive area is named for three table-like sections of reef that can easily be seen during low tide.
Enjoy full access to everything the Polynesian Cultural Center has to offer including the evening luau and renowned show, "Ha:
This trail includes crossing Round Top Drive twice, but the hiker is awarded with an outstanding mile of forest hiking...
This popular package gets you full-day admission to the 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center featuring 6 native villages, the Ali'i Luau
This casual sunset cruise along Oahu's southern coast, with its premium roast beef buffet, live entertainment and dancing, is perfect
Fort DeRussy was an Army reservation built in 1915 in order to protect Honolulu and Pearl Harbor in the US
Unbelivable views overlooking the North shore and valleys in the distance make this trip a must see. Listen for the
This beach is well protected as the shoreline forms almost a perfect semi-circle around Kahana Bay making it a perfect
Unbelievable views overlooking the North shore and valleys in the distance make this trip a must see. Listen for the
See the historic and luxurious "Gold Coast" of Diamond Head and Waikiki's historic resorts aboard a futuristic ride.
Expand your proficiency in kiteboarding in this multi-session package of lessons, set against the backdrop of the beautiful Koolau mountains
Everyone remembers their first dolphin kiss and yours will be no exception.
Hawaiian for "Night of the Supreme One", this beach is named after the legendary Hawaiian chief, Poka'i. This West Shore
Experience Hawaiian culture and its roots through this interactive trip across Polynesia on Oahu's windward coast.
Take a private, one-on-one lesson with a skilled instructor, who will teach you at your specific skill level. This lesson
Manoa Falls is a spectacular site as it tumbes down a near vertical cliff for approximately 150-feet into a small
The Anahula Bridge, pictured here, is one of the most well known features in Haleiwa. Fishing, especially deep sea fishing,
Ka'ena Point State Park is an 853-acre strip of land that wraps around the 9-mile western point of O'ahu between