Local Island Experts

Barefoot Hawaii Discount Club

The Write Place Promo #2866

Because of your affiliation with The Write Place, you are part of our special Barefoot Hawaii Discount Club. The specially discounted prices shown here are not publicly available. It is only due to your association with The Write Place that you have been granted this special access.

Home > Holokai Kayak Adventure

Holokai Kayak Adventure

Located on the windward coast of Oahu, Holokai Kayak and Snorkel Adventure resides in Kaneohe Bay home to Oahu's only barrier reef and the famous sunken island sandbar. We are the one and only eco-friendly educational adventure outfitter in Kaneohe. 100% of proceeds go to our not-for-profit local child care company, Kama'aina Kids. We offer a multitude of adventures from kayaking and snorkeling Coconut Island (Gilligan's Island!) to a semi-private hobie catamaran sailing adventure to the Sunken Island Sandbar with sea turtles and manta rays on the way! We would love to help cultivate a unique and memorable Hawaiian experience for you and your family!

Recent Reviews

Top Activities
Customer Favorite Tours Based on Reviews

Holokai Kayak Adventure carries activities in the following categories

Although the beaches off Waikiki and Honolulu are the most frequented by visitors, some of the most exotic waterscapes can be found on Oahu's eastern and northern windward coasts.

More Info / Buy Now

Let's get down to sailing basics. Oahu is an island that is surrounded by water and by wind. Sail boats are designed to catch the wind and sail on the water.

More Info / Buy Now

Perhaps you're interested in just taking a sightseeing boat tour off the coastline of the island without going snorkeling. This is the page where you want to find your Hawaiian sightseeing tour boat.

More Info / Buy Now

Great Oahu snorkeling spots can be found off the coast of Waikiki and Honolulu but many excellent snorkel areas can be found off the coast of Waianae, Kailua, and Haleiwa as well.

More Info / Buy Now

Surfing fans and observers flock to Oahu's famous surfing beaches every year for the best waves in the world. Don't feel that you have to be a pro surfer to enjoy the fun.

More Info / Buy Now

The island of Oahu is the second oldest of the major Hawaiian Islands and as such, its volcanos, have been extinct for millions of years. The huge amount of rainfall in portions of Oahu gives the island many carved and chiseled features along with beautiful forests, valleys and gorgeous foliage.

More Info / Buy Now

Surfing fans and observers flock to Oahu's famous surfing beaches every year for the best waves in the world. During Hawaii's warm winter season, November - March, storms in the North Pacific create big waves on the north and western shores Oahu's North Shore is the home of fthe world's largest professional surfing competitions.

More Info / Buy Now