All of the Hawaiian Islands offer so many fun things
to experience . We thought we would highlight a few
activities on each Island to share with you !
Haleakala Zipline, Maui
Skyline Eco-Adventures owns, operates, and franchises leading zipline adventures on Maui, the Big Island and Kauai in Hawaii. Since 2002, when Skyline opened the United States original zipline adventure in Maui, Skyline has safely conducted nearly two million customer zipline..
HAWAII WATER SPORTS Maunalua Bay, Oahu
The clear crystal waters of Maunalua Bay with is abundant marine life of colorful reef fish and majestic sea turtles is a world you just have to visit. Whether you are a beginner and looking to explore the underwater world or an experienced diver you'll enjoy this adventure of a life time. No certification required. Our trained master divers and PADI certified instructors will ensure your day is safe and full of excitement. The scuba shuttle will take you to the dive boat a mile off shore where you will relax and enjoy the beauty of land and sea. Be careful, you could become hooked for life.
On the island of Maui
Maui's ultimate waterfall wonderland--the pristine Kipahulu Valley, an area still described as Old Hawai'i. We hike 4.5-miles (round trip) along national park trails following the most beautiful stream on Maui. It's hard to say which is the most heart stopping: the 200-foot waterfall seen from a spectacular lookout or the 400-foot falls at the end of the trail. Or it could be the break in the greenery where the rain forest becomes a giant forest of solid bamboo. There is nothing like a dark hike through dense bamboo. The whole place is so spectacular it should be a national park. And it is.
PORTUGESE BREAD BAKING
Kona, Big Island
The Kona Historical Society Portuguese Stone Oven is a reproduction of a typical oven used by the Portuguese immigrants who came to Kona in the 1880's. Join the process of panning the dough and baking 96 loaves of the traditional Sweet, White and Whole Wheat every Thursday between 10:00am-1:00pm. Joining in is FREE!
Loaves of bread are sold for $7 each.
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