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Kailua Beach Adventures
Kailua Beach Adventures is by far the best place in kailua to get kayaks and stand up paddle boards.
- Double kayaks - Starting at $79
• Single kayaks - Starting at $59
• Stand-up paddle board - Starting at $59
• Bikes - Starting at $20
• Snorkel set - Starting at $15
• Boogie board - Starting at $15
• Surfboard - Starting at $20
PADDLE BOARD :
1/2 day- $59
full day- $74
The staff is very friendly and welcoming, they also offer tons of different lessons be sure to hop on their website to see all they have to offer.
Moku Kitchen is a chef-driven concept that brings Hawaii’s rich upcountry farming and ranching heritage to downtown Honolulu’s urban lifestyle. The upcountry way of life echoes a simpler time where food was locally-sourced and cooked over an open ﬁre on the ranch. At Moku, we like to keep things simple and will serve Chef Peter Merriman’s twist on upcountry specials from our lively rotisserie oven.
Eggs and Things
Eggs and Things is one of the most popular restaurants for tourists and locals in Waikiki. It was first opened in 1974 by Jerry and Jan Fukunaga. Today, almost 50 years later you can still enjoy their famous breakfast favorites like eggs benedict or pancakes late into the evening. Who doesn't love breakfast all day?
Dole Plantation is world famous for their pineapples, and they are located right in here Oahu. In 1900 James Dole bought 61 acres of land on the island in hopes of proving Hawaii could be part of the agricultural revolution taking place at that time. Over 100 years later Dole's dream lives on. Learn about the history the the Dole Plantation and the cultivation of the pineapple on one of their plantation tours. Don't forget to grab a sweet pineapple treat before you go. Want a recommendation? Go with the Dole whip, you can thank us later.
Giovanni's Shrimp Truck
Giovanni's started operating out of a converted 1953 bread truck without much more than a few recipes for great shrimp and an entrepreneurial spirit. We drove our beloved truck around the North Shore stopping along the side of the road for a couple hours at each stop to share what we thought was some pretty special food- turns out, we were the only shrimp truck around. Locals took notice and word began to spread about the delicious shrimp…
In 1996, we decided to park the truck at 56-505 Kamehameha highway in beautiful, historic Kahuku town. In 1997 we opened a second truck on the edge of what was then an overgrown, swampy field at 66-472 Kamehameha highway in Haleiwa town. Back then, no one wanted that land, now it's one of the busiest spots in Haleiwa! Our truck there will forever be known know as "Across the street from McDonald's". Now that we were parked, our guests started to sign our truck so they'd be sure and see their signature the next time they visited!
We started to enter national and international food show contests for our delicious and unique recipes. We have won multiple awards for our Hot & Spicy sauce and our Scampi Marinade!
Word of mouth grew from locals and tourists alike and we had to retire old Bessie and get a new truck.
In 2006, Giovanni's became such a part of the community that we purchased the land we were parked on and in 2010, we built a pavilion, so patrons and visitors could enjoy our shrimp, the weather and each other. We will be proud to serve you for the next 20 years and beyond!