Ac­tiv­i­ties/Tours

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E NOA TOURS  Find shop­ping tours, nar­rated cir­cle is­land tours, hik­ing and snor­kel­ing trips and more. enoa.com. 3015 Koa­paka St., 808.593.7676. POLY­NE­SIAN AD­VEN­TURE TOURS  Get your cam­era ready and tour Oahu with the help of Gray Line Hawaii Poly­ne­sian Ad­ven­ture Tours. Hop on and hop off at his­tor­i­cal land­marks. www.polyad­hawai­i­tours.com. 2880 Kil­i­hau Street, 808.833.3000. HAWAII KAI  Many vis­i­tors will pass by this neigh­bor­hood on the way to and from Hanauma Bay. Find the orig­i­nal Roy’s Res­tau­rant at the Hawaii Kai Towne Cen­ter, and a good va­ri­ety of restau­rants, pubs and ac­tiv­i­ties at Koko Marina Cen­ter. KAILUA BEACH  With its steady breezes and sandy shore­line, Kailua is Oahu’s wind­surf­ing cap­i­tal. Take a les­son, rent equip­ment or just re­lax in the sand and gen­tle surf. Lo­cated at the end of Kailua, turn right on Kala­heo Drive. Re­strooms are avail­able. kailu­acham­ber.com. LANIKAI BEACH  Lanikai’s turquoise wa­ters, pow­dered-sugar sands and sway­ing palms rank this Wind­ward beach among some of the best in the world. Shel­tered by a wide, pro­tec­tive off­shore reef, this half-mile strand of beach pro­vides ideal swim­ming con­di­tions, as well as kayak­ing, out­rig­ger ca­noe­ing, sail­ing, surf­ing and wind­surf- ing. Dur­ing the week­days, the beach is rel­a­tively calm, but on week­ends it can be­come ex­tremely crowded. With the twin Moku­lua Is­lands in the dis­tance (both are se­abird sanc­tu­ar­ies), Lanikai Beach truly lives up to its trans­lated name of “heavenly sea.”

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