Oahu's entire island is filled with incredible hiking spots.

Whether it’s pristine coastline that is your liking, or lush valleys, we have it all here waiting to be explored. Hawaii is the perfect place to take advantage of hiking with its year-round tropical climate. Come enjoy the exotic flowers, Banyan trees, fruit trees, waterfalls, and more! Flat trails and inclines, such as Diamond Head Crater, are are easy enough for beginners and the inexperienced. Hike up and around this beautiful, dormant volcano and see the breathtaking view of Waikiki, Honolulu, and the entire south shore! If a challenge is what you are looking for, check out the steep terrain of Hawaii Kai’s Koko Head or the east side’s lush valleys of Kahana Bay. Hike the Albatross bird sanctuary and an ancient Hawaiian valley with waterfall on the North Shore of Oahu.

Whatever it may be, we’ll point you in the right direction. A spectacular journey awaits you!

Diamond Head Trail

South Shore, 2/3hours. Old military lookout strategic point, magnific views of South and East shores.

Kaena Point Trail

North Shore, 3/4 hours. Northwestern point of Oahu, Albatross bird sanctuary. Huge waves and whales during winter, amazing views of the mountains meeting the blue pacific ocean.

Kahana Bay / Crounching Lion trail

East side 3/4 hours The green side. Beautiful views of the ocean surrounded by lava cliffs and mountains with intense vegetation.

Koko Head trail

2 hours Dormant volcano crater. Amazing view of the South East side and Hanauma bay. Work out hike with intense cardio.

Waimea Valley and Pupukea Heiau

4 hours Sacred valley for ancient Hawaiians. Botanical garden with exotic/endemic species of plants, flowers and lots of birds. Waterfall at the end of trail, swimming is allowed.

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Oahu Scuba Diving: Boat and Shore Dive, year round!