Hiking adventures & off-road expeditions... Mountains of fun!



Surf, snorkel, swim or sunbathe... Big ocean, endless possibilities!


& everything in between

Explore, relax, & enjoy... Haleʻiwa has a little bit of EVERYTHING!

Haleʻiwa Attractions...

All attractions are within walking distance or are accessible via public transportation (city bus).

Haleʻiwa Beach Park - One of the best spots on the island for sun bathing & stand up paddle boarding. Paddle board tours and/or rentals available; surf at Puaʻena Point or paddle in the protected bay or explore the Anahulu River under the iconic "Rainbow Bridge."

Aliʻi Beach Park - One of the best beaches to watch world class surfing during the winter months.  Aliʻi Beach is home to the Hawaiian Pro surf competition, the first "gem" of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.  During the summer, enjoy small surf, sunbathing, and gorgeous sunsets.

Loko Ea Fishpond - An ancient Hawaiian fishpond under restoration to serve the North Shore community with locally produced food.  Visit this local non-profit and learn about Hawaiian aquaculture traditions and ancient cultural practices.

North Shore Chamber of Commerce Visitorʻs Center - A unique space on the North Shore that provides a variety of services for Haleʻiwa visitors, such as, travel brochures & information, computer/printer/fax services, restrooms, and more.

Hale’iwa Town - Historic town with quaint shops & eateries; the commercial center of Oʻahuʻs North Shore.


North Shore attractions...

Will require taxi, Uber, or city bus transportation.

Waialua Sugar Mill - Even though it no longer mills sugar, Waialua Sugar Mill is a plant for coffee, chocolate, soap, and a variety of other manufacturing businesses.  The site includes a gift shop, restrooms, and tours.

Ka’ena Point State Park - The northwestern most point of the island boasts a protected Natural Area Reserve with endangered coastal birds & vegetation.  Visitors can frequently spot Hawaiian monk seals and whales in the surrounding waters.  No amenities available; hiking access only.

Waimea Valley - A cultural theme park with ancient trails, pre-contact archeological sites, and cultural demonstrations.  Enjoy a nature walk through world-class botanical gardens and a refreshing waterfall swim.  Amenities include: Mea ʻOno Cafe, restrooms, vistorʻs center, and gift shop.

Pupukea Marine Life Conservation District - The best place on the island for snorkeling & scuba diving during the calm summer months.

Pu’u O Mahuka Heiau State Monument - Atop Pūpūkea ridge sits Oʻahu’s largest heiau (ancient Hawaiian temple).  Take a walk around this historic sacred site, enjoy informational signage, and take in the most spectacular view overlooking Waimea Bay.

Dole Plantation - The famous pineapple plantation visitorʻs center includes: information & tours, a gift shop, the Plantation Grille (eatery), and the worldʻs largest maze!


Tours & Activities...

 North Shore EcoTours  (877) 521-4453  Hiking & off-road tours
 Happy Trails Hawaii  (808) 638-7433  Horseback riding tours
 North Shore Shark Adventures  (808) 221-1794  Shark cage tours
 North Shore Surf Girls  (808) 779-6222  Surfing lessons
 Surf N Sea  (808) 637-9887  Surf & Scuba tours
 Tropical Rush  (808) 637-8886  Surfboard, kayak, & SUP rentals.
 Waialua Farmers’ Co-op  (808) 389-6106  Waialua Sugar Mill; Saturdays, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.

So much to do, so little time...

Make the most of your time on Oʻahu and book a seat on Holo Hale'iwa to enjoy North Shore tours & activities!