Things To Do in Hawaii

Guided Horticultural Tour for Two or Four with One-Week Passes at Botanical World Adventures (Up to 50% Off)

Botanical World Adventures


$124 $62


Garden director guides guests in viewing, touching, smelling, and tasting fruits and flowers in a setting that evokes ancient Hawaii

$50 for $100 Toward Five Yoga Classes — Yoga School of Kailua

Yoga School Of Kailua Inc


$100 $50

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

One or Two Months of CrossFit Classes or One Month of CrossFit Kids Classes at Arkaios Crossfit (Up to 76% Off)

Arkaios Crossfit


$160 $39

CrossFit classes for adults build strong muscles with varying workouts of the day; kids' classes are designed for developing bodies

Two-Hour Group Standup-Paddleboarding Lesson and Tour for One or Two from Hawaiian Surf Adventures (Up to 51% Off)

Hawaiian Surf Adventures

Hawaii Kai

$69 $34


Supplying stand-up paddle surfboard, instructors pass on tips & tricks while groups of 6 or fewer explore uncrowded, scenic of Maunalua Bay

Sunset Dinner Cruise for a Child or Adult from Makani Catamaran (45% Off)

Makani Catamaran

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$55 $30


Veteran sailor of 20 years captains 65-foot luxury catamaran on sunset dinner cruise to glimpse seasonal marine life

Drinks or Two-Hour Karaoke- and Gaming-Room Rental at Nocturna Lounge (Up to 76% Off)

Nocturna Lounge

Downtown Honolulu

$20 $10


Lounge with karaoke, bar with specialty cocktails and imported beers, and games such as Rock Band, Call of Duty, and Dance Central

Group Surf Lesson and Outrigger-Canoe Ride for One, Two, or Four from Big Wave Dave Surf Co. (Up to 55% Off)

Big Wave Dave Surf Co.

Multiple Locations

$132 $65


Students of all experience levels learn to surf off Waikiki Beach atop rental boards and head out to the reefs aboard outrigger canoes

Group Surf Lesson and Outrigger-Canoe Ride for One, Two, or Four from Big Wave Dave Surf Co. (Up to 55% Off)

Big Wave Dave Surf Co.

Multiple Locations

$132 $65


Students of all experience levels learn to surf off Waikiki Beach atop rental boards and head out to the reefs aboard outrigger canoes

Pirate-Ship Cruise, Go-Karting, and Pizza for Two or Four at Hawaii Pirate Ship Adventures (Up to 52% Off)

Hawaii Pirate Ship Adventures

Kewalo Basin Harbor

$240 $119

A pirate vessel called "The Treasure Seeker" invites passengers to battle other ships with water cannons; pizza and go-karting afterward

One-Hour Fly-Boarding Experience with Optional Video from X-Treme Parasail (50% Off)

X-Treme Parasail

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$399 $199

Fly boarding allows guests to fly more than 40 feet above the ocean

"Peter Pan" at Blaisdell Concert Hall on Friday, August 8 or Saturday, August 9 (Up to 34% Off)

Peter Pan

Neal S. Blaisdell Center

$67.75 $45


Ballet Hawaii's "Peter Pan," starring Maki Onuki and Jonathan Jordan, brings to life J.M. Barrie's tale of never growing up

One-Minute Wind-Tunnel Flights and Pizza for Two or Four at The Groove (Up to 53% Off)

The Groove


$158.90 $79


Experience the rush of flight in a wind tunnel, then celebrate over hot pizza

$59 for a 2-Person Parasailing Ride from H2O Sports Hawaii ($104 Value)

H2O Sports Hawaii

Hawaii Kai Shopping Center

$104 $59


After a safety briefing, two parasailers fly up to 300 feet above Maunalua Bay to view gorgeous scenery

Capone’s Comedy Smash III with Sommore & Bruce Bruce at Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall on July 5 (Up to 50% Off)

Capone’s Comedy Smash III with Sommore & Bruce Bruce

Neal S Blaisdell Concert Hall

$54.20 $27


Sommore of "The Queens of Comedy" shares raunchy observations with fellow standup Bruce Bruce

Whisky Row: Country Boys From California at Tradewinds Ranch on Saturday, August 9 (Up to 50% Off)

Whiskey Row: Country Boys From California

Tradewinds Ranch

$25 $15


Duo grew up in wine country but play Nashville-style music

10 or 20 Boot Camps, Yoga Classes, and Functional Fitness Classes at 360 Strong (Up to 68% Off)

360 Strong

Makakilo - Kapolei - Ewa Beach - Mililani

$100 $35


Train every muscle between your big toe and your skull during classes that emphasize functional fitness inside a 3,500-square-foot facility

90-Minute Basic Surf Lesson for Two or Four at Buttons Surf School (50% Off)

Buttons Surf School

North Shore

$150 $75

Beginners' surf lessons begin with on-land tips and etiquette and culminate with surfing real waves on the North Shore

Two or Four Tickets for a Na Pali Coast Boat and Snorkeling Tour from Epic Kauai Tours (Up to 55% Off)

Epic Kauai Tours


$560 $278

Join experienced captains on a 17-mile tour that traverses an epic coastline, weaves into caves, and includes time for snorkeling

Comedy Night for Two or Four from Comedy U at Anna O'Brien's (50% Off)

Comedy U

Mccully - Moiliili

$14 $7

Groups head to Anna O’Brien’s for a laugh-filled evening on Comedy U nights, which feature both standup and an open mic

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The Hawaiian Islands' stunning natural environs and eclectic cultural histories create ample fodder for discussion during Polynesian Adventure Tours' expertly guided excursions. Thoroughly trained drivers ferry attendees across the isles' majestic tropical terrain aboard air-conditioned buses, peppering the landscape with historical tidbits along the way. Throughout each jaunt, they spotlight a cavalcade of fabled landmarks, such as Pearl Harbor's World War II memorials and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Every tour boasts its own unique itinerary, but many amble through scenic rural towns and stop at lookout points to let passengers stretch their legs, take in the sweeping vistas of Hawaii's renowned marine scenery, or face off in yodeling competitions.

1049 Kikowaena Pl

Falling in love with Hawaii is easy?for some, all it takes is the first breath of balmy air after stepping out of an airplane or homemade rocket ship from the mainland. But Pat and Lisa Christian, the married couple behind Home Tours Hawaii, help people to deepen their love of the big island by offering a glimpse into its heart. They take groups beyond main streets and hotels, leading them into private homes and gardens to enjoy progressive brunches. While munching on multiple courses made with Big Island ingredients and sipping estate-grown Kona coffee, guests feast their eyes on stunning views of nature and architectural features such as ohia posts, lanais overlooking the ocean, and indoor koi ponds.

Hickam Afb,

Each fall, a team from United Pacific Builders transforms the tunnels and hospitality room beneath Aloha Stadium into a maze of halls and rooms where ghastly creatures await fresh souls to spook. On top of providing Halloween chills, the team behind the event supports the community by donating a portion of the proceeds to the Hawaii Meth Project.

99-500 Salt Lake Boulevard

It's easy to get overwhelmed by Hawaii's beauty and find yourself gazing at it rather than experiencing it. That's where Epic Tours comes in. The company whisks visitors on adventures throughout the Big Island, plopping them down on Kona's pristine beaches or taking them turtle sighting in Hilo. They also offer vacation packages and help visitors plan their budgets so they don't spend all their money taking dolphins out to fancy dinners.

72-3375 Hawaii Belt Rd. Unit 4
Kailua Kona,

Scream Team creates new nightmares by bringing already existing ones to life, drawing upon horror staples such as demonic clowns and decaying zombies for their fully immersive haunted houses. In 2011, a rogue’s gallery of cinematic madmen—from Michael Myers to Freddy Krueger to Nick Nolte—brought hypothermia to the spines of patrons tiptoeing through Hollywood Horror, which ran alongside the blood-spattered carnival of Twisted Fun House. Their houses stay open through the end of October and then, like an office of candy-corn salesmen, vanish after Halloween.

805 Ala Moana Boulevard

Evan Duffin-Barnes first took to a surfboard at age two, sporting floaties and a diaper. During his childhood on Oahu’s southeast side, he spent his entire life learning to longboard, shortboard, and bodyboard on the area’s intense shore breaks. His love of the water continued throughout his youth as he was both a high school swimmer and embarked on a college surfing career. Nowadays, Duffin-Barnes, a semi-professional surfer and avid big wave rider, enjoys tow-surfing and owns Island Surf Academy, where he passes on surfing expertise and the other topics he has studied since before he was potty-trained: safe ocean exploration and respect for the environment for future generations.

Novices slowly gain the confidence to ride in the zen-like curl of a wave as instructors show them how to paddle and stand atop their board. More advanced boarders use the lesson to hone their competitive edge, and surf camps bolster kids’ confidence on a board and foster environmental awareness. As the sun rises each day and old fishermen stretch their arms in preparation for exaggerated gestures, the academy’s team of locals lead custom surf tours, guiding participants to the area’s choicest swells on jaunts that can include hikes, snorkeling, and picturesque views.

Hawaii Kai