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Travel from Honolulu to the North Shore of Oahu for a full-day tour that includes a bike tour along the Seven Mile Miracle, a world-class surfing destination. Stop at Kualoa Park's Dinosaur Mountain, Turtle Beach, the old town of Haleiwa, and a beach where you can swim and snorkel. Includes lunch, bike and snorkel equipment, transportation, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Explore the private nature reserve of Kualoa Ranch via an electric-assisted mountain bike. This eco-friendly tour makes it easy to accommodate those who may not have the confidence or fitness level for a more strenuous ride. Follow your guide off the beaten path and experience the natural beauty of Oahu’s most popular landmarks from a unique vantage point.
Learn about Hawaiian history and experience the beauty of Oahu on a half-day bike tour from Waikiki. Ride to Diamond Head Crater, hike to the top of the dormant volcano, get great photo ops, and have lunch at the base of Diamond Head. You'll see local landmarks like Doris Duke's mansion, hidden beaches, panoramic ocean vistas, and more. Includes bike rental, helmet, lunch, water/sports drink, and Hawaiian snacks.
Diamond Head is one of the best-known hiking sites in Hawaii. On this guided tour you will not only summit the famed crater, you'll also learn about its volcanic creation and Hawaiian history as you walk. At the top you will be rewarded with a panorama of Waikiki and the turquoise waters stretched out below, and receive an ‘I Climbed Diamond Head’ certificate.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful nature found of Hawaii as you hike 2 miles to Manoa Falls in Oahu on this small-group excursion. Join a local hiking expert, and a group of no more than 12 guests, as you journey via the Manoa Trail on a moderate hike to the tallest accessible waterfall on the island, a location made famous as a film location for Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Lost World.’ This Oahu waterfall excursion also includes a backpack and hiking staff plus round-trip transport from Waikiki hotels.
Get an insider's perspective on the best spots for local Hawaiian food during this bike tour. Stop at several different restaurants, bars, and cafes for some local favorite bites and tastes, sampling food at 5 to 6 stops, accompanied by information on Hawaiian culinary traditions from your guide. Meeting point is in central Waikiki.
With a local guide, hike to Manoa Falls, the tallest accessible waterfall (150 feet) on Oahu. Located in what is known as the Rainbow Valley, the area is lush with vegetation due to near-daily rains, and rainbows after showers are common. Visit Tantalus Lookout for views of the Diamond Head crater and the Waikiki skyline. Finally, stop at a local bakery to sample malasadas, a Portuguese confection similar to doughnut holes.
Note: Manoa Falls is open only on Saturday's & Sunday's
Due to temporary construction on Manoa falls trail, we will take you to the different trail to Nature garden walk & AIHUALAMA FALLS. Monday - Friday
Meet like-minded people from around the world and pedal a bike built for 15 on a fun tour through Waikiki’s trendy arts district. Get to know Kaka’ako and see the amazing POW! WOW! street murals as your guide points out the dynamic art. Enjoy lunch and a pint at a local brewery with your new friends. This tour is family friendly; kids can enjoy a root beer.
The lush Manoa Valley Rainforest, home to a 150-foot (45-meter) waterfall, is a star attraction on Oahu, having been featured in movies such as 'Jurassic Park.' Getting there independently can be tricky, so join this guided tour that takes you there along an easy trail while introducing you to interesting Hawaiian cultural facts and history. Includes a healthy lunch made with local, organic products.
*Please note: Manoa Falls Trail is closed for maintenance from October through mid-2020. Instead, visitors are rerouted to the nearby Aihualama Falls Trail.*
See what the locals know on this hike to Manoa falls. Ideal for relatively fit and adventurous travelers who want to get out into nature and see how truly beautiful this island is. Hike or run with your guide along the 2.5-mile (4 km) off-road trail to Manoa Falls - an impressive 150-foot (46 m) high waterfall. Hike through bamboo forests and stop to admire tropical botanicals and enjoy refreshing snacks along the way.
Pedal a shared bike to several breweries in the vibrant Kaka'ako arts and warehouse district on a 2 hour tour in Honolulu. Your guide steers your bike to several hip spots where you can sip craft brews from local pubs and tasting rooms. Listen to music as you pedal past colorful murals and hear informative commentary from your guide on this fun beer tour in Hawaii.
Explore the beautiful island of Oahu on this 3-hour biking adventure led by a nature guide. This family-friendly excursion will take you through Hawaii’s tropical rainforests and to scenic lookout spots over Manoa Valley and Waikiki. All equipment is included, as well as lunch and hotel pickup and drop-off. Extend your adventure by upgrading to a 2-mile hike through the rainforests with your guide.
Hop on a mountain bike and explore some private trails on Oahu's North Shore during this private outdoor experience. You'll have access to 850 acres (345 hectares) of property and a guide will lead the way. Riders of all skill levels are welcome, and there are multiple trail options for a variety of challenges.
Explore Honolulu on a half-day bike tour that provides an insider's look at the vibrant city's history, beaches, and sights. See street art in Kaka'ako park, taste fresh Hawaiian fruits in Chinatown, go up the Aloha Tower for the views, and discover the monuments around the Hawaii State Capitol, including the royal Iolani Palace. Your informative guide provides a bike and helmet, fascinating commentary throughout the leisurely tour.
Many visitors to O'ahu see most of the scenery through a bus window. This bike tour, on the other hand, gets you out into landscape for a richer, more rewarding experience. Pedal along the Waikiki waterfront, past Diamond Head Lighthouse, behind Diamond Head, and into the crater. If you want, you can then hike to the top.
We pride ourselves on 20-years in the bicycle tour business here in our home state of Hawaii. It is our mission to share the very best of Oahu with our guests while exploring remote areas away from the hustle and bustle of the city traffic. We have very busy roadways here in Honolulu, but on this guided tour, you will hear the natural sounds of our forest birds, wind through the trees, and the cooler temperatures and beautiful views from our elevated mountains perched 2,000ft above Honolulu.
Choose your own cycling adventure on this bike rental package in Hawaii. After you pick up your bike and helmet at your preferred time, use one of the provided map of Waikiki's best rides to guide your independent exploration. Destinations can include Manoa Falls, Mount Tantalus, Chinatown, Historic Honolulu, Diamond Head, and others. Bikes for everyone in the family are available, as well as electric assist bikes.
Kaka'ako, site of the Pow Wow street art festival and many colorful murals, is one of the most interesting areas in Honolulu. Ensure that you are not one of the many visitors who overlook it by joining a small-group bike tour that takes you there via the Waikiki waterfront.
Explore the history of Honolulu and Waikiki on two wheels and see places missed by many visitors on this guided bike tour. In a small group of no more than eight people, pedal to palaces, memorials, and filming locations for classic movies while your guide provides insight into each. You’ll cover more ground than on foot and travel at a relaxed pace over mostly flat bicycle lanes, paths, and quiet streets.
Join us on a walk through a serene forest in the uplands of Waianae that culminates with a breathtaking sunset. We have exclusive access to the area, so you’ll enjoy a tranquil tour with your family, friends, or small group. At an elevation of 2,400 feet above sea level you’ll experience sweeping views of the west side of the island. Learn about the history and culture of the islands and the cherished relationship between the people and the land. Our naturalist guide will also share the legends of the land and history of Hawaii. After a short walk through the forest, you can relax and enjoy island fresh chef choice appetizers as you relish in the glow of a Hawaiian sunset. Sunset views vary with Mother Nature.
On this thrilling, multi-sport Oahu adventure, get off the beaten visitor track with a cast of local guides. Trek through rainforests and search for waterfalls before sailing above coral reefs. Grab a snorkel and a set of fins to explore underwater before coasting a bike downhill. This day is packed full of tropical adventure the whole family can enjoy, and is the perfect way to experience Oahu — from rainforest to reef.
Towering up over the hills behind Honolulu, Mount Tantalus rewards those willing to make it to the top with some of the most fabulous views on the island. With this guided bicycle tour, you'll climb around 1500 feet to the summit of the hill, making your way through switchbacks and canopy-lined roads.
Getting to the Likeke Falls in O'ahu's Ko'olau mountains can be tricky by yourself. Skip the hassle by booking this private hiking tour. In the company of just your party and a guide, embark on a moderate trail through lush vegetation that takes you to the teeming 35-foot (10-meter) falls.
For an all-around Hawaiian adventure come with us into the heart of the North Shore. The North Shore of Oahu is a land of old sugar plantations, Hawaiian legends, and natural beauty. The excursion begins with a scenic drive to Waimea valley. Stroll through the botanical gardens as your interpretive guide takes you on a journey through time as you learn the history and culture of such a storied place. Finish off your walk by taking a refreshing dip in a beautiful waterfall at the back of the valley. We then make our way to our favorite beach for a quick stop before eating at a local shrimp truck. No visit would be complete without visiting Haleiwa. Filled with local style and country ambiance, as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, charming art galleries and understated restaurants housed in plantation-era buildings. Cool off with a shaved ice after a day in the sun or shopping at boutiques filled with unique gifts that will allow you to bring back a piece of Hawaii with you.