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Diamond Head is one of the best-known hiking sites in Hawaii. On this guided tour you will not only summit the famed crater, you'll also learn about its volcanic creation and Hawaiian history as you walk. At the top you will be rewarded with a panorama of Waikiki and the turquoise waters stretched out below, and receive an ‘I Climbed Diamond Head’ certificate.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful nature found of Hawaii as you hike 2 miles to Manoa Falls in Oahu on this small-group excursion. Join a local hiking expert, and a group of no more than 12 guests, as you journey via the Manoa Trail on a moderate hike to the tallest accessible waterfall on the island, a location made famous as a film location for Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Lost World.’ This Oahu waterfall excursion also includes a backpack and hiking staff plus round-trip transport from Waikiki hotels.
With a local guide, hike to Manoa Falls, the tallest accessible waterfall (150 feet) on Oahu. Located in what is known as the Rainbow Valley, the area is lush with vegetation due to near-daily rains, and rainbows after showers are common. Visit Tantalus Lookout for views of the Diamond Head crater and the Waikiki skyline. Finally, stop at a local bakery to sample malasadas, a Portuguese confection similar to doughnut holes.
Note: Manoa Falls is open only on Saturday's & Sunday's
Due to temporary construction on Manoa falls trail, we will take you to the different trail to Nature garden walk & AIHUALAMA FALLS. Monday - Friday
See what the locals know on this hike to Manoa falls. Ideal for relatively fit and adventurous travelers who want to get out into nature and see how truly beautiful this island is. Hike or run with your guide along the 2.5-mile (4 km) off-road trail to Manoa Falls - an impressive 150-foot (46 m) high waterfall. Hike through bamboo forests and stop to admire tropical botanicals and enjoy refreshing snacks along the way.
Lokoea Farms is a family-run fruit farm in the Anahulu River Valley, located on the North Shore of Oahu. On this tour, meet the owners and explore the traditional Hawaiian farm on a guided walking tour. Learn how tropical fruits including mangos, grapefruits, and avocados are grown; taste seasonal fruits and fresh coconut; and take part in activities such as making a fresh flower lei or helping to plant seeds.
Waikiki's Friday night fireworks display is one of the busiest weekly events on O'ahu. This tour ensures you get a great spot to view them, and has the added benefit of taking you to see an authentic Hawaiian performance, as well as local landmarks of interest.
Journey from the beach to the lush Hawaii mountains to experience the special region of Waianae. Your expert guide will walk you through a working farm and hike through an exclusive private forest reserve for a truly authentic Hawaiian experience.
Ease into island vibes with this forest-bathing tour of the Lyon Arboretum in Honolulu. As you take a slow and mindful walk through the rain forest, your forest therapist-guide offers up ways for you to open your senses and connect with the surrounding natural environment. Pause for a locally sourced snack and tea, taking a seat on provided mats.
This 0.5 mile orientation walking tour of Waikiki will start on Lewers St and end by McDonalds on Kalakaua. We will meander through newer landmark hotel to the best viewing spot to take panoramic pic of Waikiki Bay and Diamond Head. Then through famous historical landmark hotel taking you back in time and hidden gem backyard. Then continue our journey on the Strip learning and seeing: famous statues (including Dukes!), scared areas, popular restaurants, local eateries. Along our journey you will watch a few min of 2 Hawaiian shows so you can get a taste of our Hawaiian culture. Many interesting, informative, and fun facts while visiting these top sites. *A few stairs.
If you want to learn more about Honolulu but are not a fan of guided tours, go on a self-guided tour and explore the city at your own pace. Dowload this fascinating audio tour and embark on a historic walk as you learn about the city's history and see sights such as the King Kamehameha statue and Iolani Palace.
Pitch in to help keep Hawaii beautiful on this volunteer activity. With a cleanup leader taking charge, grab some supplies and help out. You'll meet some like-minded travelers committed to making the world a better place and get a great workout with some killer views.
Join us on a walk through a serene forest in the uplands of Waianae that culminates with a breathtaking sunset. We have exclusive access to the area, so you’ll enjoy a tranquil tour with your family, friends, or small group. At an elevation of 2,400 feet above sea level you’ll experience sweeping views of the west side of the island. Learn about the history and culture of the islands and the cherished relationship between the people and the land. Our naturalist guide will also share the legends of the land and history of Hawaii. After a short walk through the forest, you can relax and enjoy island fresh chef choice appetizers as you relish in the glow of a Hawaiian sunset. Sunset views vary with Mother Nature.
For an all-around Hawaiian adventure come with us into the heart of the North Shore. The North Shore of Oahu is a land of old sugar plantations, Hawaiian legends, and natural beauty. The excursion begins with a scenic drive to Waimea valley. Stroll through the botanical gardens as your interpretive guide takes you on a journey through time as you learn the history and culture of such a storied place. Finish off your walk by taking a refreshing dip in a beautiful waterfall at the back of the valley. We then make our way to our favorite beach for a quick stop before eating at a local shrimp truck. No visit would be complete without visiting Haleiwa. Filled with local style and country ambiance, as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, charming art galleries and understated restaurants housed in plantation-era buildings. Cool off with a shaved ice after a day in the sun or shopping at boutiques filled with unique gifts that will allow you to bring back a piece of Hawaii with you.
Honolulu is the Hawaiian capital and known for its beautiful beaches, historic sites, and ancient volcanoes. On this Lokafy walking tour, connect with a Honolulu local who will show you around their city like a friend and take you to the neighborhoods, museums, shops, and restaurants that they know and love. Chat with your guide before you arrive and devise an itinerary that suits your preferences and style of travel.
Using an app on your smartphone, you'll be given nearly 120 objects to find during your scavenger hunt. You'll then wander throughout the downtown area searching for the items. Once you've found the object, you'll send a photo in to score points. Along the way, you will perform challenges for even more points. You'll have 13 categories of objects you can find in this city walk, with each object varying in points depending on the difficulty. Don't worry, you won't be alone. You'll have a remote guide that will be texting you during your game if you need help or have a question. They will also encourage you and give you hints along the way! The objective of the game is to have fun, rank #1 on the leaderboard, and try to get as many points as possible by finding all of the objects!
Head to the base of Oahu's tallest volcano where Hawaiian varietals of sugarcane are grown for Ko Hana Rum Distillery. Ko Hana Distillery embraces the natural earthiness and sweetness of the Ko. They grow single-varietals that are hand-harvested, pressed to juice then distilled to perfection, resulting in one of the world's finest Agricole rums in the world. Take a tour of their facility starting with a stroll through their garden of Native Hawaiian Sugarcanes to learn their history then finish at the tasting bar comparing white and aged rums side by side.
After the tour join us as we ascend the mountain to a trailhead high above the hustle and bustle of the Island. At an elevation of 2,400 feet, Enjoy sweeping views of the West Coast. Our naturalist guide will share the rich history and culture of the Island. After a serene walk through the forest, relax and enjoy Island fresh appetizers as you relish the glow of a Hawaiian sunset. Sunset views vary with Mother Nature.
With someone else at the wheel, you can enjoy the scenic drive and save your strength for the Waimea Falls hike en route to the starting point. There, make the most of your nature and hiking expert guide’s insight to learn more than you would alone during this guided, full-day hike to the Waimea Falls. Plus, visit the Botanical Gardens, Waimea Bay, and a local donut shop.
Get acquainted with WWII’s red-light district in Honolulu on this 1.5-hour small-group walking tour. Get an idea of how and where American military men let loose as you explore their past go-to spots like bars, clubs, and tattoo shops in the neighborhood.
Welcome to Hawaii’s ONLY free tour created by and operated by locals! On this guided walking tour, you will learn about the history of Hawaii and see some of the 50th State’s renowned landmarks. Meet us at the King Kamehameha Statue in Downtown Honolulu and embark on a journey with one of our friendly, informative local tour guides. You will leave the tour with a better understanding of the true spirit of aloha rooted in Hawaiian history and orally passed down through generations from the ancient tribal Hawaiian times to the sugar plantation period to its current status as the world-renowned paradise destination on everyone’s bucket list!