Experience the remote and breathtaking beauty of an Oahu kayak adventure along the scenic windward coast of Kualoa, one of the most historically significant places on Oahu. This Oahu kayaking, hiking and snorkeling excursion combines the scenic backdrop of the lush Hakipuu Valley and the majestic volcanic Koolau Mountain ridge with the tranquil cobalt and turquoise ocean waters of Kaneohe Bay.
- Kayak, hike and snorkel combo adventure to Kualoa on Oahu
- Breathtaking views of Kualoa
- Scenic hike to Hakipuu Valley
- Great snorkeling on Kaneohe Bay
- Kayak trip past Mokoli'i Island
- Picnic lunch at secluded beach on Secret Island
- Snorkel with tropical fish
- Hotel pickup and dropoff
Recent Photos of This Tour
View from kayak on Kaneohe ...Photo by: Anonymous
snorkeling 1Photo by: DANIEL G
View from hiking part of the ...Photo by: Smart*Travelers
On the IslandPhoto by: Eric C
mountain 1Photo by: DANIEL G
hilltop 1Photo by: DANIEL G
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What You Can Expect
Once completing your instruction for your Oahu kayak adventure, you’ll paddle along the tranquil and glassy waters of Kaneohe Bay. Due to the protected reef surrounding the area, this is one of the safest places for kayaking on Oahu.
Your journey by kayak along Kualoa, listed on the National Register of Historical Places, takes you past Mokoli'i Island to the 800-year old Molii fishpond (one of the last ancient Hawaiian fishponds). This rock-walled enclosure was hand-built by ancient Hawaiians to maintain a ready supply of live ocean fish. As part of the privately- owned Kualoa Ranch, you will have the rare opportunity to experience an ancient Hawaiian treasure that most visitors to Oahu never get to see.
As your kayak glides along the tranquil coast line of Kaneoohe Bay, your adventure includes an exclusive visit to Oahu’s hidden gem known as "Secret Island". This secluded beach in the country becomes your playground for relaxation, enjoyment and a picnic lunch. Whether you want to relax in a hammock, take a stroll around the island, or return to the ocean for a quick canoe ride, you’re certain not to want to leave.