Adventure seekers discover the history and culture of Hawaii, learn canoe sailing, and more. Currently closed due to Covid 19.
About This Deal
The business is currently closed due to Covid 19 safety restrictions. Please check the merchants website for reopen date.
- What’s included:
- Snorkeling gear
- Water and a light snack
- What to bring:
- Other sun protection
- Sandals or slippers
- Small backpack
- Departure time:
- Outrigger Paddle adventure: 7 a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m.
- Sailing Canoe adventure: 7 a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m.
- Departure location: Kailua Beach Park, Kailua, HI 96734
- Adult tickets valid for customers ages 13+; child tickets valid for customers ages 3–12
- Younger than 13 must be accompanied by an adult
- Maximum number of guests per tour: 6
Need To Know
About Kailua Ocean Adventures
The local tour guides at Kailua Ocean Adventures strive to provide guests with a truly Hawaiian adventure. They accomplish this by enriching visitors with the history of Kailua and the Wa’a (Hawaiian outrigger canoe) on scenic tours of the notable bay area.
Na Mokulua Hoe Wa'a: a three-hour guided tour with snorkeling opportunities off the coral reefs of Kailua Bay as well as island exploration on Na Mokulua
He'e Nalu Wa'a: a one-hour guided adventure to Popoi’a Island, where guest can paddle in a Wa’a while catching waves and snorkeling in the island's coral reefs
Popoi'a Hoe Wa'a: a two-hour guided tour to Popoi'a Island, featuring historical narration as well as snorkeling and exploring opportunities
Photo tour: a one-hour tour of Kailua Bay as the sun rises, offering guests ample photo opportunities
Take an adventure on a 2 hour guided tour in a Popoi'a Island with Snorkeling! Sail Kailua with local watermen on the wa’a (canoe) while learning about the history and cultural significance of it to Hawaiian and Polynesian Cultures. Join us for Hawaii’s most traditional ocean experience unlike any other in the world!
During the tour, you will be given the opportunity to explore the ecosystem as we snorkel through the glistening, clear coral reefs of Kailua with honu and other native species of fishes. Enjoy the views of the Ko’olau range surrounding us as our watermen tell the mo’olelo (stories) of various Ahupua’a (land divisions) that make up Kailua and the Ka Iwi coastline. Watch as the indigenous seabirds such as ‘Iwa (Great Frigate) and ‘Ua‘u kani (Wedge-tail Shearwter) visit us flying close by.
Explore Hawai'i how it was supposed to be, Island Style on a Popoi'a Island with Snorkeling! Chee-Huu!