Nestled just off the beaten path on Oahu’s East Side, hidden through a lush jungle is one of the best waterfall hikes that Hawai’i has to offer. Maunawili Falls is a sublime escape from the hustle & bustle of Waikiki & Honolulu. This hike crosses the stream several times & can get pretty muddy after […]
Explore the shallow-water plane wreck of a WWII era P-57 Thunderbolt located off the Mokulua Islands (more specifically, Moku’iki) near Lanikai beach and Bellows AFB. If you are already paddling to the Mokulua Islands, this adventure is a great way to cap off your kayaking or paddling trip. GPS Coordinates N21° 22.914′ W157° 41.949′ Time: […]
The iconic Lanikai Pillbox Hike is a relatively short, but steeply inclined hike on the windward side of Oahu. The trail leads hikers along Ka’iwa ridge up to historic WWII pillboxes on a ridge that overlooks the white sand beaches of Lanikai, bright teal waters of Kailua Bay, & the Mokulua Islands. The trail is […]
The Koko Marina kayak & SUP paddle in east Honolulu in Hawaii Kai. Being a marina, this paddle is a great paddle for beginners or people looking to hide from the winds & tides of Oahu. This paddle offers a quick interior view of Hawaii Kai as well as gets you in Maunalua Bay for […]
Flat Island, or Popoia Island, is a small islet off the windward east coast of Oahu that is home to the migratory seabird, the wedge-tailed shearwater. The island is only located about 1/4 mile off from Kailua Beach Park. So, it makes the ideal destination for swimmers, paddlers, & kayakers looking for a quick & […]
The Koko Crater Railway Trail is a short, but intensive hike that offers great views of Koko Crater, Hawaii Kai, Haunama Bay, & the entire Maunalua Region. The trail follows a series of stairs or steps made up of railroad ties that used to be used as a tramway to the Pu’u Mai Summit of […]
Crouching Lion hike is an exciting traverse through luscious Hawaiian jungle & a quick ascent offering untouched views of the wild east side of Oahu.
The Kaneohe Sand Bar paddle is a must-see natural phenomena on the windward side of Oahu where visitors discover the magic of an island that only comes with the tides. Sometimes referred to as the “disappearing island,” the Kaneohe sand bar is ideal for kayaks, paddle boards, or outrigger canoes that want to spend the […]
Looking for the best places to grab a beer while out on an adventure in Hawaii? Whether you’re hanging out in Waikiki, enjoying the beach in Lanikai, or staying at an Airbnb in Kailua and looking for beer; this is the list of the best micro breweries on Oahu for checking out while you’re on your vacation.