Sports in Village Park

Two-Hour Kayak Rental for One, Two, or Four at The Watercraft Connection (Up to 44% Off)

The Watercraft Connection

Haleiwa Harbor

Kayak down the Anahulu river in search of green sea turtles and native peacocks

$40 $25

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90-Minute Paddle-Boarding Turtle Tour for Two or Four from North Shore Surf Instruction (Up to 62% Off)

North Shore Surf Instruction

Haleiwa Beach Park

Groups steer their stand-up paddle boards across the ocean in search of sea turtles and beautiful scenery

$178 $69

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One Month of Beginner Judo Classes for Children or Adults at Hawaii Judo Academy (Up to 61% Off)

Hawaii Judo Academy

Aiea

Led by Olympian Taylor Takata, students of all ages learn the throws and takedowns of judo

$60 $29

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4 Karate Classes or 10 Classes with Uniform at Japan Karate Association Hawaii (Up to 76% Off)

Japan Karate Association Hawaii

Multiple Locations

Instructors teach students the discipline of karate, a Japanese martial art focused on self-defense and fitness

$80 $39

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Full-Day Single Kayak or Standup-Paddleboard Rental for One or Two from Hawaiian WaterSports (Up to 51% Off)

Hawaiian WaterSports

Multiple Locations

Explore the waters of Kailua’s east shores and spot birds and sea turtles while paddling in kayaks; huge variety of standup boards

$59 $29

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90-Minute Kayaking or Hiking Tour for Four or Six, or Both Tours from Active Oahu Tours (Up to 51% Off)

Active Oahu Tours

Kualoa Regional Park

Tour guides lead groups through hikes along North Shore Oahu coast, or kayaking up a river or in a sheltered bay

$240 $119

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One- or Two-Month Membership for Unlimited Martial Arts Classes at San Bao Center Hawaii (Up to 53% Off)

San Bao Center Hawaii

Kailua

Kung-fu lessons cover kicks, strikes, and sweeps; tai chi lessons emphasize flexibility, coordination, balance, and breathing exercises

$100 $49

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One Week of Gear Rental for One, Two, or Four at The Snorkel Store (Up to 50% Off)

The Snorkel Store

Multiple Locations

The store's founders spent months testing hundreds of different snorkel sets for comfort, effectiveness, visibility, and durability

$50 $25

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Designed to recreate Hawaii's native volcanic rock and its thrilling climbs, a multitude of climbing surfaces erupt throughout Volcanic Rock Gym's 3,000 square feet. From 16 feet in the air, a large top-out boulder hangs over an expanse of traversing walls, campus boards, and safety mats. Traditionalists can scale a vertical wall with the reassurance of a physical anchor on the top-rope routes, and rebellious climbers and mountain-goat impersonators can attempt the crack-climbing walls and bouldering façades. In addition, curious spelunkers can explore the bouldering cave, negotiating its ceiling holds and stubborn bats to emerge back in the gym from a massive overhang. Climbing routes change every month to present new climbing challenges and dissuade cheaters from memorizing all the foothold nibs before testing their climbing prowess.

94-423 Ukeʻe Street
Waipahu,
HI
US

Sanoe Garcia-Suguitan, owner and founder of Akala Dance Studio, leads a team of instructors in teaching hip-centric movements during hula and Tahitian dance classes. Across three different dance spaces, the 45-minute classes impart basic steps in a fun, noncompetitive setting, ranging from the smooth, foot-grounded sways of hula to the energetic rhythms of Tahitian dance. The studio also puts on productions, in which professional dancers don grass skirts and colorful headpieces for special events such as weddings, luaus, or amateur competitions.

91-1258 Renton Rd.
Ewa Beach,
HI
US

Under the tutelage of the legendary surfer "Buttons" Kaluhiokalani, the instructor who now runs North Shore Surf Instruction learned how to surf on Hawaiian beaches. Today, he relates those same lessons to surfers of all ages, all the while emphasizing the importance of "aloha"?a word that has many meanings, including peace, compassion and mercy.

In a protected cove, safe from the larger ocean swells, beginners will first get their bearings on land. There, they can practice standing up on the board, paddling, and waving wildly to passing parasailers. They can then take to the water on a traditional surfboard or stand-up paddle board, ready to catch some waves and explore the scenery.

67-187 Kanoulu Street
Waialua,
HI
US

Oahu Taekwondo Center's martial-arts classes teach students the basics of self-defense while instilling in them a sense of pride and discipline. Even young children are welcome to don a crisp white uniform and partake in non-combative workouts that transform the feet and hands into a powerful defense system. The center's instructors also teach women’s kickboxing classes in which ladies of all skill levels kick and punch heavy bags, paddles, and saucepans.

98-810 Moanalua Road
Aiea,
HI
US

Sergio Lima was only 4 years old when he caught his first wave. His board may have been nothing more than a piece of driftwood, but that experience ignited his passion for surfing. Eventually, he was selected to represent his native island, Brazil's Fernando de Noronha, in an international competition. The waves eventually landed him on the north shore of O'ahu, where he and his wife, Carly, who is also a photographer, operate Island Style Surf School.

They take advantage of the year-round waves of the North Shore to train first-timers along with experienced wave-riders. They provide the board and leash, the rash guard, sunscreen, and a towel—their students need bring only their swimsuits and their Fish-to-English dictionary.

62-540 Kamehameha Highway
Haleiwa,
HI
US

The son of a Californian flamenco dancer, Greg ?The Salsaman? Henry was captivated by dancing early on. At the age of 3, he joined in on performances with his mother?s dance troupe. Years later he went on to found the Hot Salsa Dance Company, which puts on interactive latin-dance shows throughout Hawaii and California. Henry and other company members also lead the company?s instructional arm, Hot Salsa Hawaii, teaching group classes to beginning and intermediate dancers.

In these classes, you can learn the basic steps of Dominican Republic?style merengue, a more energetic version than its Haitian counterpart. You can also work toward mastering the sideways footwork of the bachata. Classes are limited in size to ensure that each student gets plenty of attention from the instructor.

99-153 Moanalua Road
Aiea,
HI
US