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Oahu: Diamond Head Crater Hike and North Shore Experience

1. Oahu: Diamond Head Crater Hike and North Shore Experience

Start your morning by hiking up Diamond Head Crater. Reach the lookout point and enjoy beautiful views of Waikiki and Honolulu. Stop at Halona Blowhole on the east side of Oahu to begin your sightseeing adventure. Head around the east side and make your way through to the north shore of Oahu. Visit the Tropical Farms Macadamia Nuts and have the chance to sample a variety of locally grown macadamia nuts. Experience The Kahuku Sugar Mill which contains many fantastic food trucks. Have the chance to purchase the popular and tasty garlic shrimp plates. Spend some time on the North shore and snap some great pictures at Haleiwa Beach Park. Finally, visit the Dole Plantation and check out their vibrant pineapple garden. Try some of the plantation's famous Dole Whip, and have the opportunity to buy some souvenirs.

Hawaii: North Shore Adventure with Waimea Waterfall Hike

2. Hawaii: North Shore Adventure with Waimea Waterfall Hike

Spend the day away from busy Honolulu and surround yourself in the beauty of Hawaii’s North Shore. Start the day with pickup from your accommodation, then head off on your adventure. Choose between two amazing options: Activity Option #1: Paddleboard or Kayak in Haleiwa on the North Shore with all equipment included. Activity Option #2: Enjoy a guided hike to one of the region’s most beautiful waterfalls, Waimea, and feel immersed in the gorgeous greenery that surrounds you. Then, cool off with a refreshing dip in the water. After the activity of your choice, enjoy a stroll along one of the North Shore's many white sandy beaches, sample some local coffee, and more.

Kauai: Waimea Canyon and Koke'e Valley Bus Tour

3. Kauai: Waimea Canyon and Koke'e Valley Bus Tour

Explore Kauai's striking and unparalleled nature on a bus tour to the iconic Waimea Canyon and Koke'e Valley. Discover the latter on a short nature trail to truly immerse yourself in the area and see Waimea Canyon from above with its red and green hues. Journey through the heart of Kauai’s countryside and ascend a mountain via a meandering road engulfed by trees and endless fields to reveal the impressive Waimea Canyon. It’s hard to believe the immense cliffs and deep gorges of the Waimea Canyon could exist on a small island. Head back down the mountain to watch ocean waves propel jets of water through lava rock at the Spouting Horn Blowhole. In quaint Hanapepe town amid sugar cane fields, view Hanapepe Valley from the lookout and cross the famous Hanapepe Swinging Bridge. Then stop for a delicious lunch at the charming Waimea Plantation Cottages' Chicken in a Barrel BBQ restaurant. Stroll through the picturesque grounds with stunning ocean front views fronting a two-mile black sand beach. Next, venture down a nature trail in Koke’e State Park for an easy hike surrounded by native Hawaiian flora and fauna. The first portion of the hike is a gradual uphill stroll for about 30 yards, then the land levels, hugging the contours of the hill. On your walk, listen for the lyrical chirping of the rare red 'apapane or i’iwi bird species who sip nectar from the blossoms on the native trees. Then, peer at the expanse of Waimea Valley from Puu Hinahina lookout point and visit the recently unveiled King Kaumuali‘i Statue at Pa‘ula‘ula, more commonly known as the Russian Fort. Finally, stroll through the Kauai Coffee Plantation beneath the warm Hawaiian sun near the coast and see the entire coffee process from initial blossoming and harvesting to the final roasting. Sample the exclusive line of estate-grown Hawaiian coffees.

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What people are saying about Haleiwa

We were lucky in that no one else was booked on our tour so effectively we had a private tour. It was a long day and a lot to cover so I was worried about the kids getting bored but they loved every stop except the Macadamia stop was a little boring for them. Having the private tour meant we were lucky enough to stay as little or as long as we like at each stop. Our tour guide, Stephanie, and was lovely and informative. The favourite part of the tour for the family by far was the Diamond Head hike. Having that early in the morning was good too as it is not so hot or busy. The kids loved the stop at the beaches in particular Sunset Beach and the one where they got to see the turtles in the water. The tour was good because you get an idea of where you would like to go back to visit and spend more time when we hire a car.

It is nice to have someone taking you to all the great locations around the island and not worry about parking or traffic. The hike up Diamond Head was amazing, the top is the most difficult part but definitely doable. Our guide Stephanie was very friendly and informative. Due to a sink hole on our route we had to take a detour so our trip was altered a little but we were still able to see some great stuff! I thought the timing was great in order to see everything.

Stephanie was a fantastic guide who spared no effort to not make us miss anything. The tour is well structured and covers many of O'ahu's highlights. We strongly recommend it.

we had a great time. very good sight seeing tour. John wad an excellent host. very informative. I recommend these guys. two thumbs up.

Our guide Stephane was awesome, she was knowledgeable, she went above and beyond, would do this tour again.