Things to Do on the East Shore/Lanikai
Enjoy the East Shore/Lanikai
This area of the island is breathtakingly beautiful. A large mountain chain spilling with numerous waterfalls is the backdrop to the coastal road on this side of Oahu. This area is lush and verdant with vegetation. There are many things to do in Kailua Hawaii and the surrounding areas, including exploring the area’s many natural wonders. Small, charming towns dot the coast and sprinkled between them are some famous tourist attractions, such as the Polynesian Cultural Center, the Byodo-In Temple, Heeia State Park, Sacred Falls, and Senators Fong’s Plantation and Garden. Horseback riding is also available near many of the Oahu beachfront rentals we offer along this coast. Being a small island, many of the attractions are also considered to be very close to our homes on the North Shore.
Things to Do in Kailua & Waimanalo, Hawaii
This is the southeastern portion of the island. The fantastic beaches and coastal views of this area are the focus of many of its tourist attractions – Sandy Beach, Sea Life Park, Halona Blowhole, the lighthouse, and Kailua and Lanikai Beach. Access to town can be made either through the Pali Highway, which is a stunning drive through the mountains of Oahu or around the southern coast driving past fantastic wave-crashing scenery. The scenery alone offers an abundance of things to do in Kailua Hawaii and Waimanalo.
Golfing on the Island
Ewa Beach west of Pearl Harbor. – 18 holes – Par 72 layout
Ewa Plains – 27 Holes
Kapolei, West of Pearl Harbor – 18 Holes
25 miles from the southwest tip. – 18 Holes
Kaneohe below the Pali Lookout – 18 Holes