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Pokai Bay Stand-up Paddleboard Lesson

Pokai Bay Stand-up Paddleboard Lesson
Duration:
1 or 2 hrs (depending on option selected)
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USD 82.72
Have fun on the water with a stand-up paddleboard lesson at Pokai Bay during your vacation in Oahu, the perfect place to try this popular water sport. Stand-up paddleboarding (or SUP) began in Hawaii; it's a great alternative to surfing or kayaking. An experienced instructor teaches you proper paddling technique, how to understand the ocean's movement, and how to maneuver your board. Take your choice of a private or small-group lesson; both options provide a personalized experience with your expert guide.

Hawaii Duck Tour: East Oahu Sightseeing

Hawaii Duck Tour: East Oahu Sightseeing
Duration:
2 hours
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With Hawaii's abundance of attractions on land and in the water, a duck tour is the perfect way to experience the best of both worlds. As you tour Waikiki and the southeastern shore of Oahu in an amphibious duck vehicle, see all the major highlights and hear the natural and cultural history of the island. Sights include Waikiki beach, Honolulu Zoo, Diamond Head and Kahala. Then head directly into the water at Maunalua Bay as your vehicle transforms into a boat.

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Honolulu International Airport

Where is Honolulu Airport?  


Honolulu International Airport (IATA: HNL, ICAO: PHNL), or Honolulu Airport is the gateway to Hawaii (Hawaiʻi), the 50th state of the United States, nicknamed the Aloha State. Honolulu Airport is situated just northwest of Honolulu city centre, just a short distance from the Waikiki tourist zone.  


In 2014, Honolulu Airport served more than 21 million passengers. 


Sitting in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Honolulu Airport is host to international flights from North America, Asia and the Pacific Rim. Airlines serving Honolulu Airport include Air Canada, Air New Zealand, China Airlines, Delta, JAL, Korean, Qantas and United.


Hawaiian Airlines, the largest state-based airline, uses HNL as its hub, offering flights from Honolulu to the continental United States, Samoa, Tahiti, Australia and the Philippines, as well as between the Hawaiian Islands.


Honolulu's busiest international routes are Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei, Sydney and Auckland. Busiest out-of-state domestic routes from Honolulu Airport are Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Arizona and Chicago.


 

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Services at Honolulu Airport include:

  • Computer workstations
  • ReCharge Stations - 15 locations in former telephone areas
  • Business centre
  • FedEx box
  • Mail boxes
  • Post office adjacent to the airport - directly across from the Commuter Terminal, at 3600 Aolele Street
  • Flower and lei kiosks
  • Medical clinic
  • Animal relief area
  • Art and historical displays
  • Free 'Wiki-Wiki' shuttle - runs between terminals, both outside and inside the secure areas

 

Honolulu International Airport offers travelers a pleasant break from their travels at several garden sites, including outdoor gardens past security. The Chinese, Hawaiian and Japanese Gardens were designed by Richard C. Tongg, FASLA, in 1962 when Honolulu International Airport was built on this site. The Gardens surround the Main Terminal Lobby and the Y Concourse of the airport. The C. B. Lansing Garden is located on the ground level of the Interisland Terminal near the walkway to the Main Terminal.




Additional Honolulu Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 29 Jun 2015