Things To Do In Kailua


Select Local Merchants

  • Island Paintball
    The largest paintball field on the island of Oahu, Island Paintball boasts a family-friendly environment that offers competitive games for paint launchers of all skill levels. With today's deal, artfully armed warriors can suit up in their best paintball gear or most invisible invisibility suit and beautify as many pigment-less adversaries as possible within Island Paintball's enormous wooded terrain. Stop by on Saturday or Sunday to go hand-to-hand with like-minded strangers who share your affinity for corporeal graffiti or grab a group of friends and try the speed-ball field for a fast, fun, exercise in teamwork.
    Read More
    515 Tinker Road
    Waimanalo, HI US
  • Brothers Paintball
    At Brothers Paintball, sharpshooters aged 10 and older equip themselves with protective masks, multicolored paintballs, and semiautomatic markers before exchanging colorful crossfire on the field. Players avoid becoming a work of art by weaving in and out of trees, hiding in bunkers, and ducking for cover behind wooden planks and boxes. Some may also cross a 60-foot bridge suspended over a gully. In between matches, paint slingers can drink refreshments they've brought, lick their wounds, and brush elbows with the enemy at a table area. Spectators can also view combat in a sideline viewing area protected by a safety net that stretches the length of the field.
    Read More
    515 Tinker Rd.
    Waimanalo, HI US
  • Endless Adventures Hawaii
    Endless Adventures Hawaii combines water-equipment rentals with a knowledge of local breaks and secret spots to create memorable experiences. Its kayaks, standup paddleboards, surfboards, and snorkels get people out in the salty blue. For those who prefer a guided expedition, tours explore the Mokulua twin islands, which are protected as a bird sanctuary, and Kailua Beach. Guides also lead snorkeling expeditions around Lanikai to spot coral reefs and sea-turtle habitats and set out under the stars on a Glow Paddle tour with paddleboards equipped with LED lights to illuminate the water.
    Read More
    248 North Kalaheo Avenue
    Kailua, HI US
  • Nite Run
    When the sun descends past the horizon, participants will strap on their headlamps and embark on a 5K run under a glowing moon. The race trail follows the scenic, coastal terrain, and all participants receive a headlamp. Post-race, runners enjoy live music, carnival rides, photo booth, and giveaways while partaking in food and drinks. The friendly competition continues at the after-party, where organizers bestow awards to runners with the best costumes.
    Read More
    629 Kailua Rd.
    Kailua, HI US
  • Kailua Palace
    Chow down on all of your pub favorites at Kailua Palace. The bar at Kailua Palace is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer. The restaurant's background buzz is a bit loud, so those seeking low-key conversation are advised to dine elsewhere. Fancy-schmancy attire is not required; in fact, guests are told to keep things casual. Parking is available at an adjacent lot.
    Read More
    115 Oneawa St
    Kailua, HI US
  • Fly Hawaii
    USHPA? and American Paragliding Association?certified paragliding instructor and pilot Joachim Hagemann has been recertified three times, logging more than 1,500 hours of air time to keep his gliding school, Fly Hawaii, accident free for 32 years. Boasting clearance for cliff and cross-country takeoffs as well as for flying in turbulence, Joachim helps both beginning and advanced students spread their wings in various paragliding lessons. His excursions take paragliders soaring over island locales such as Mauna Kea, Pu'u Loa Crater, and Big Sur, avoiding ground-bound obstacles such as traffic cops and jealous ostriches. Joachim also supplies flight seekers with new and gently used paragliding gear.
    Read More
    41-095 Kalanianaole Hwy.
    Waimanalo, HI US

Groupon Guide