LiliʻUokalani Protestant Church
Haleʻiwa’s historic 1832 church takes its name from Queen Liliʻuokalani, who spent summers on the shores of the Anahulu River and...
North Shore Catamaran
Sunset cruises, whale-watching and snorkeling trips aboard a catamaran sailboat.
Tourists flock to Matsumoto’s, but some locals prefer Aoki’s, which is also in an old building and has much shorter lines. The souvenir...
Lonely Planet review
Oʻahu’s classic circle-island drive just isn’t complete without stopping for shave ice at this tin-roofed 1920s general store, locally known as Matsumoto’s. Prepare to stand in line here for a cone drenched with island flavors, including lilikoʻi, banana, mango and pineapple.