Explore the romantic city of Waialee—beaches, surfing, and popular sights from Banzai Pipeline to Waimea Bay.
Beaches, Romantic and Surfing
Nothing says vacation like spending a lazy day at Sunset Beach, a popular beach in Haleiwa. Stroll along the seaside or seek out the surfing spots.
Explore the great outdoors at Waimea Bay, a popular spot to commune with nature in Haleiwa. While you're in the area, stroll along the beautiful beaches.
Learn about the local history of Haleiwa with a stop at Waimea Valley. While you're in the area, stroll along the beautiful beaches.
Explore the amazing local nature and scenery on a tour of Oahu's famous North Shore. Snorkel at The Cove, swim at Waimea Valley Waterfall, bike the Tree Tunnel Path, stand-up paddle or kayak in the protected ocean waters of Haleiwa Bay and up the Anahulu river, and surf or boogie board the North Shore.
Come face-to-face with sharks 3 miles (4.8 km) off the shore of Oahu. With a snorkel and mask, dive into the Pacific Ocean to view these incredible creatures of the deep in their natural environment from the comfort and safety of a custom-built cage.
Jump on the turtle bus and leave the hustle and bustle of Waikiki for the more laid back rural areas of the island known as the “country.” Expert guides carefully choose which locations to share with you on this island tour to hang out with sea turtles and snorkel in Haleiwa.
Take a tour to Oahu's north shore and visit the legendary surf capital of the world. Visit famous beaches, historic Haleiwa Town, and eat a delicious lunch from a food truck. There's something for everyone in this beautiful, laid-back part of Oahu.
It's okay if you've never tried surfing or are recently new to the sport. That is why we offer a fun and exciting beginner lesson with guidance from your instructor the whole time. At our beginner level, we offer private, semi-private, and small group lessons.
Experience a breathtaking Stand-Up Paddle Board Adventure on the Famous North Shore! You will get a chance to be up close to view the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles swimming below and besides you, as you paddle the beautiful Anahulu River.