Join us for 4-5 hours aboard the our boat cruising the majestic Blue Pacific Ocean. Only minutes from your Waikiki Hotel in Kewalo Basin. Start your adventure at around 6am and join us in search of pelagic fish ranging from 5lbs to over 500lbs! Reel in mahi mahi, ono, tuna and possibly even the Powerful Pacific Blue Marlin! <br /><br />Our 38' Hatteras is equipped with Penn International 130 and 80 class rods and reels. Powered by twin Cummins Motors, this vessel is known for it's bite!
Get with Oahu's ultimate charter on a 46-foot world renown yacht in a private tour while enjoying the waters of West Oahu on this 4 hour experience. Aboard there’s more than enough space to lounge and relax in this intimate setting. Sip on drinks from a bottomless bar as you take in the vast views of the island and our Hawaiian ocean, also you can satisfy your midday appetite with a fresh personal lunch prepared aboard. Use provided professional snorkel equipment to get up close and personal to our many fish, mammals, and crustaceans during your guided snorkel.
Enjoy casual elegance with a crab and sirloin steak dinner plus the new "My Hawaii - Beyond the Reef' show! After a welcome Mai Tai, explore four panoramic decks for breathtaking views of the Hawaiian sunset and coastline, and complete you evening with our magical show and dancing! All aboard Hawaii's largest and award-winning Star of Honolulu!
<p> </p> <p>During the Full Moon our feelings, emotions and desires are enhanced. It is a time of reflection, transformation and manifestation. The Hawaiian Full Moon, especially the month of November, is significant for wellness.</p> <p> For the Hawaiian people, the moon plays a very important role in their lives. Each lunar phase has a specific Hawaiian name, determined by the proper time for planting, fishing, gathering, healing and so forth.</p> <p> The month of November, Welehu, is considered a time of healing for the Hawaiians. They would cleanse themselves in the ocean under the full moon. All evils, both physical and spiritual would be healed during the ceremony of hi‘uwai.</p> <ul><li>Your ticket price supports nonprofit organizations such as Travel2Change and the Hawaii Food Bank </li> </ul><ul><li>Get a voucher from www.bananbowls.com</li> </ul><p>Meet us in the front of the Waik?k? Aquarium at 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.</p>
This cultural walking tour leads you through Downtown Historic Honolulu to follow the footsteps of Hawaiian Monarchs who once lived in Honolulu and established laws for the well being of society. The historic buildings stand as reminders of their accomplishments and their relevance to this day. Experience the story of the great King of O‘ahu, Ma’ilikukahi, whose laws directly resulted in our present practice of ho‘okipa, or hospitality. Participate in a traditional ceremony of honoring the ancestors by presenting a ho‘okupu, and make your own ho‘okupu keepsake, similar to the one presented during the ceremony. Attend a hula of the era when Hawaiian Monarchs lived in Honolulu.
During this 90-minute spiritual cleanse, join a cultural practitioner in experiencing the healing powers of the ocean. Hawaiians have a special relationship with the sea, as they believe the waters have healing powers for the mind, body and soul. Start the morning in Waikiki by giving thanks for the day, and join in this unforgettable experience of health, wellness, and healing.
Mauka to Makai Eco Adventure Tour In Maui. This adventure we will take you to tallest vocano in Maui, world famous beach for it's popularity among windsurfers of the world and the the most famous valley on the island of Maui.
Learn to ride a wave in Oahu away from the Waikiki crowds! This private surf lesson takes place in the waves of Maunalua Bay, about 25 minutes away from the jam-packed beaches of Waikiki. The 2-hour lesson begins on land, and you are then transferred out to the surf, either by boat or by car. Spend the next hour with your personal instructor as you pop up and ride the waves, and even experienced surfers will learn some helpful new techniques.
One of the biggest attractions in Hawaii is the surf. From the beautiful beaches of Waikiki, to the huge waves of the North Shore, people from the around the world come to Hawaii and grab a board to ride the waves. But this hasn't always been the case. For centuries, surfing as been a part of Polynesian and Hawaiian culture - but was never really known or popular outside the islands. It was people like Duke Kahanamoku that made it famous the world over. An olympic swimmer and natural legend, Duke traveled the world, introducing the sport to the masses. Today he stands as a father of surfing and known as the original "Big Kahuna."Read More