Outdoor Activities » Honolulu, HI

Outdoor Activities in Honolulu, HI

Sun-haven Honolulu brings out the outdoors with a big splash. Come enjoy these top ten outdoor Honolulu activities for a jolly good time in paradise.
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Girls Who Surf

No visit to iconic Waikiki would be complete without at least touching a surfboard. Girls Who Surf outfits every surfer with all the requisites: board, knowledge, and girl power!   You are in safe hands with Girls Who Surf. The instructors will brief you on safety before paddling out with you, and they’ll build your wave-catching confidence by giving you a running start into the waves. By the end of the lesson, you may even be able to stand up on the surfboard alone! Don’t hesitate to add on the photo or video package so you can blow up your surf skills to all your friends back home.

Happy Trails

Sweep yourself off your feet on horseback. Lush forests, ocean reflections, the shining sun, and a shining steed await in Haleiwa. Very relaxing trails with shade trees and well-trained retired polo horses mean Happy Trails for all. Ladies of every age will feel safe on the healthy equines stabled at this farm, making for a tranquil adventure to while away the morning or afternoon. Splendid views and easygoing people seal the deal for most would-be riders.  One-and-a-half and two-hour tours on horseback leave daily for less than one hundred dollars per rider.

Twogood Kayaks

Love your sea salt? Good, because it gets good and salty in the air above a rented kayak.  Twogood Kayaks in Kailua provides everything a lady needs to paddle out to Oahu’s reefs for a day. Maybe you’ll even decide to trek to an offshore island or two. Expert guide Kevin will help navigate all your possessions into a dry bag, and your arms into kayak paddles, before you have time to balk. Twogood offers guided Kayak tours, or they’ll let you go it on your own. Lucky adventure seekers may even glimpse sea turtles and dolphins on the water. Bring a sweatshirt and aqua shoes to mitigate the winds and reefs.

Diamond Head Tennis Center

Get a group of girlfriends together and have at the Diamond Head Tennis Center.   The time limit is forty-five minutes of court time--which on the upside means the wait for a court is never longer than forty-five minutes at this facility. Timers tell you how long the wait is for each court, and the waiting area is shaded. With ten courts including a kids’ court and a competition court, the wait would never be long anyway. The competition court is rimmed with bleachers and makes you feel like a pro, while the kiddie court is kiddie-sized and best left to little people.  A parking lot next to the courts only makes you fall more in love with the place. The one downside is that there are no lights, meaning it closes around six each evening.

Wet ā€˜nā€™ Wild Hawaii

For the thrill seekers amongst us, Wet ‘n Wild is as good as it gets in Hawaii. Hawaii’s only waterpark features unique and towering rides like The Superman, The Shaka, and The Flying Hawaiian. Quite a few attractions require riders to haul inflatable rafts up to the top to speed down on. The requisite lazy river “Kapolei Kooler” and wave pool also make an appearance at Wet n Wild Hawaii. We recommend water socks or shoes to prevent burning your feet on the cement, and lots of sunscreen. Look for raves and other nighttime events to happen here, especially during the summer months. The food tastes like a disaster, so try not to get hungry. Parking is $5.00.