Things to do for Foodies in Kailua, Hawaii
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If you're stopping over in Kailua, call ahead to check if this small upstairs chocolate workshop is open. The owner will usually let you sample a few of the more unusual tastes, like pineapple-chili pepper or goat's milk with Hawaiian sea salt, before you buy.Popular withFoodies
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Maunawili Falls is great for hiking, seeing the tops of foggy mountains, and playing in waterfalls! It can get crowded near the falls on the weekends, and the trail is very slippery well after a rain. The views are beautiful and so are the falls.Popular withOutdoorAdventureFamilies
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I have only swam out to these islands but most people kayak or take an outrigger canoe. Great to cruise around and explore - there is some great cliff jumping on the backside as well as an underwater tunnel that is awesome!Popular withOutdoorAdventureWellness
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The three peak trial is a hike with amazing views. It is quite a dangerous hike to the top for the inexperienced. At the very top, there were times where I had to scale the side of the ridge, which was extremely dangerous, but the views are well worth it.Popular withBackpackersAdventureGreen
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Kailua town have a nice set up for the local farmers market. It is right in the center of the town square. Lots of farmers and vendors selling food, drinks, and locally made things. The market has a nice mix of people from young to elders, a cool local vibe that supports the community. It is not touristy like the ...
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Kalama beach on the windward side of Oahu between Kailua and Kaneohe doesn't have the reef protected calm waters if Waikiki or Lanikai beaches. But it gas a lot less people and is good to practice your short board or boogie board skillsPopular withOutdoorFamiliesBudget
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Take a tour around the famous Kailua on segways and learn all about the best spots to be and the history of the town.Popular withOutdoorAdventure
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Not too many people who haven't lived in Hawaii have a clear understanding of the vibrant culture of Native Hawaiians that once ruled these islands. There are many museums in the state that provide a glimpse of how rich this society once was, but without seeing some of the remnants of this surprisingly complex infrastructure first hand, it's hard to ...Popular withHistoryFamiliesBudget
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Muumuu Heaven is a great place to buy local artisanal goods and souvenirs. I love how they separate the items by color: white, sea green, blue, feels so beach-y and fun. They also carry a nice selection of clothing that's only sold in their store, some are one of a kind. If you want unique and beach inspired gifts, this ...
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Bookends is a solid bookstore with everything from best sellers to kids books. But what I really love about this store is their section on Hawaiiana. They've got history, art, trail guides, field guides and snorkel/dive guides. And a section of fiction on Hawaii, and another section for Hawaiian authors. It's a great place to browse on a rainy day.Popular withFamilies
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The day tour provided by Hawaiian Isle Adventures is easily the best way to quickly see some of the major attractions in Honolulu without transportation of your own. In fact, even if you had a car, you would likely end up at the same or similar places as the stops here, except you would have the oftentimes frustrating privilege of ...