Kalapaki Beach Boys
This rental take-out window on Kalapaki Beach offers paddle boards ($25 per hour, $65 per day) surfboards ($12 per hour, $30 per day),...
A 4½-hour tour into the Huleʻia National Wildlife Refuge, where you’ll paddle 3 miles in, hike to two private waterfalls, swim and...
Blue Hawaiian Helicopters
Flies high-end Eco-Star choppers, offering more space, glass, and comfort with less noise from quieter enclosed tail rotors. Provides...
Duke's Barefoot Bar
For a convivial, Waikiki-style tropical bar with live music, hurry and grab a beachside table here before the nonstop evening queue....
Princeville and Poʻipu resort restaurants might be more elegant and refined, but you won’t find an evening spot more fun and lively than...
Café Portofino information
A textbook example of ‘romantic,’ this oceanfront ristorante next to Duke’s appeals to particular tastes. Some appreciate the white tablecloths, low lighting and nightly solo harpist, but others find chef Guiseppe Avocadi’s food overpriced and the formal atmosphere too staid. The traditional northern Italian menu features fine pastas and lots of veal, such as house specialty osso buco (veal shank).