COME JOIN US on an activity-packed exploration of Oahu’s famous North Shore beaches and lush rainforests guided by our experienced navigators. Begin your journey at the Pali Lookout and enjoy panoramic, sweeping views of Oahu’s windward side. Continue your trip to the tranquil Valley of the Temples where you get to explore Byodo-In Temple. This is followed by a quick stop at Kualoa Regional Park, where your guide shares the legend of Mokoli’i Island, also known as Chinaman’s hat.
Journey on to the scenic North Shore for sightseeing at some of Hawaii’s world-famous surfing beaches. Discover the splendor of Waimea Valley as you learn about the Kauhale, the ancient Hawaiian living site, on your way to Waimea Falls. Here, you can capture the breathtaking beauty of this significant valley. Enrich your Hawaiian experience with the knowledge and education provided by our highly-trained navigators about the flora, fauna, and rich history of our Hawaiian islands.
Afterward, enjoy a delicious lunch at Tsue’s Farm, complete with local delicacies like garlic shrimp or kalua pork and, of course, our famous shave ice. Stand up paddleboard or kayak along the Anahulu River up to Rainbow Bridge in the nearby Haleiwa Town and be sure to look for basking Honu (Hawaiian sea turtles) who often swim along the river.
To round out your day, come enjoy a farm to bottle, single variety, small batch, handcrafted Hawaiian Agricole rum tasting.
- Green World Coffee Farm
- Dole Plantation
- Haleiwa Town
- Tsue’s Farm
- SUP or Kayak on the Anahulu River
- Waimea Valley Guided Tour
- Waterfall Swim
- North Shore Oahu Surf Beaches
- Byodo-In Temple
- Pali Lookout (Currently unavailable due to roadwork)
- Availability: Daily
- Tour Time: 7:55 AM
- Duration: 9.5 hours
- Wear walking shoes, dress comfortably, and bring a jacket.
- Bring snacks, a towel, appropriate swimwear, and a rashguard or reef-safe sunscreen (look for one that uses zinc oxide or titanium dioxide).
- Reef walker/water shoes for use at the waterfall are recommended.
- Water activities are optional and done at own risk of any potential injuries.
- Guests requesting a pickup at the Honolulu International Airport are subject to an additional $10.00 per person transportation fee.
- For those bringing wheelchairs. Manual, collapsible wheelchairs only; guest must be able to walk onto the bus.
Choice of: Garlic shrimp, spicy shrimp, coconut shrimp, teriyaki chicken, kalua pork w/cabbage, stir-fry noodles w/vegetables, garden salad, tuna salad, and PB&J.
Plates are served with steamed white rice, tossed green salad, and a fresh slice of pineapple.
Water, Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, 7-Up or Hawaiian Sun Juices (passion orange, lilikoi, pineapple orange or guava.
Strawberry, vanilla, cherry, grape, banana, passion fruit, watermelon blue Hawaii, piña colada, coconut, guava, pineapple, mango, lemon-lime, lychee or root beer.
Local breakfast pastry and bottled water services will be provided.
Mokumoa Baseyard – 6:25 AM
Honolulu International Airport – 6:30 AM
Kahala Resort – 7:00 AM
The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel – 7:05 AM
Pier 2 – 7:05 AM
Pier 10 & 11 – 7:05 AM
Ala Moana Hotel – 7:15 AM
Aqua Palms Waikiki – 7:15 AM
Prince Waikiki (Former Hawaii Prince) – 7:15 AM
Modern Honolulu – 7:15 AM
Ilikai Hotel – 7:15 AM
Hale Koa – 7:15 AM
Dole Office – 7:15 AM
Grand Islander Bus Depot at the Hilton Hawaiian Village – 7:15 AM
Outrigger Reef – 7:20 AM
Halekulani Hotel – 7:20 AM
Trump International Hotel and Tower – 7:20 AM
Sheraton Waikiki – 7:25 AM
Royal Hawaiian Hotel – 7:25 AM
The Ritz Carlton – 7:25 AM
Hyatt Regency – 7:30 AM
Sheraton Princess Kaiulani – 7:30 AM
Westin Moana Surfrider – 7:30 AM
Corner of Koa Ave and Liliuokalani Ave, by the stop sign – 7:30 AM
Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel – 7:35 AM
Queen Kapiolani – 7:35 AM
Waikiki Beach Marriott – 7:35 AM
Hilton Waikiki Beach Hotel – 7:35 AM
Aqua Aloha Surf – 7:40 AM
Aqua Waikiki Pearl – 7:40 AM
Ohia Waikiki (Aqua) – 7:40 AM
Hilton Garden Inn Waikiki Beach – 7:40 AM
Courtyard by Marriott – 7:40 AM
Holiday Inn Express – 7:40 AM
Hawaiian Monarch Hotel – 7:40 AM