If you are looking for an extreme workout that improves your overall endurance, this activity is for you. Athletes from any sport can benefit from underwater rock running. Start in the shallow end with a smaller rock and work your way up to rock-running glory as you clutch a giant boulder in your... Read More
This 300,000 year old volcanic crater is part of the Diamond Head State Monument and is one of the most popular hikes and the most recognizable landmarks in Hawaii. The 0.8 mile trail to the summit was created in 1908 as part of the island’s defense system and forms a number of switchbacks as it cro... Read More
Spend the day exploring the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands. Wander through 42 acres of tropical splendor and enjoy the adventure of traditional, hands-on activities. Visit authentic villages and mingle with natives from six, Pacific cultures as they demonstrate their arts.
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The Haiku Stairs, also known as the Stairway to Heaven or Haiku Ladder, is a steep hiking trail consisting of 3,922 stairs and leads to the summit of Puʻukeahiakahoe on the island of Oahu.
Originally, the stairs were built in the 1940s to install a Naval radio antenna. Today, the stairs attract a... Read More
Pacific Island traditions come to life as you experience the food, entertainment and Hawaiian hospitality at a sunset luau on the beaches of Oahu. In 1847, the greatest luau of all time was hosted by King Kamehameha III, known as “The Merry Monarch”. More than 1500 guests were invited to his birt... Read More
Pineapple is strongly associated with Hawaii and you will see a lot of pineapple themes across the island. Oahu is home to the Dole Plantation and it has the largest pineapple maze in the world.
The Dole Plantation as a tourist attraction opened to the public in 1989 as Hawaii’s “Pineapple Experie... Read More