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Hike and Kayak Tour
- A hike through the remote and breathtaking beauty of Kualoa, one of the most historically significant places on Oahu, followed by a kayak adventure along its scenic windward coast
- Short hike to a scenic overlook at the entrance to Hakipuu Valley
- A kayak along the tranquil and glassy waters of Kaneohe Bay
- Exclusive visit to Oahu’s hidden gem known as "Secret Island," for relaxation and a picnic lunch
About Hike and Kayak Tour
Start the day with a brief hike above Hakipuu Valley to survey some of Oahu’s most magnificent scenery. Then change gears and take to the crystalline cyan expanses of Kaneohe Bay. Here, against the stunning backdrop of the Kualoa coast, protected reefs make for smooth, safe conditions as you kayak to Chinaman’s Hat. After paddling past its iconic peak, you’ll continue to a privately-owned ancient Molii fishpond before stopping for a leisurely break at “Secret Island”, a secluded beach where you’re free to picnic, stroll, kayak, and wish the day would never end.
Probably that best thing that we did on our trip to Hawaii! We chose to do the kayak and hiking tour. We were kayaking into some pretty big waves, so if you are afraid of that this isn't for you. For the rest of the time we were left to our own to explore the island. The mountain range in front of was from the opening scene in Jurassic park, so just picture that, but cooler because you’re there!