Laie is a census-designated place (CDP) located in the Koolauloa District on the island of Oahu in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States. In Hawaiian, lāʻie means "ʻie leaf" (ʻieʻie is a climbing screwpine: Freycinetia arborea). The population was 6,138 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Laie
5 based on 627 reviews
If you want to experience Hawaii as a Paniolo (Hawaiian Cowboy), then Gunstock Ranch is the right place for you. Enjoy an intimate horseback ride suitable for folks of all skill levels. If you are looking for a true Hawaiian experience, join us for a beautiful tour of Hawaii's natural elegance and peace. From our Pony Rides for Kids to our Advanced Rides, the beauty of Hawaii is for everyone to experience. Reservations required
My 12 year old daughter had a wonderful time riding horses! The staff were all friendly and helpful from the time I called to inquire until her ride ended. Well worth the money. The only disappointment was not getting to go to the place where...MoreAloha! We appreciate you taking the time to leave Gunstock a review. We apologize for not meeting your expectations. We would love to take you on another ride and hopefully show you more of the ranch and all it has to offer. Mahalo nui loa!
5 based on 1 reviews
CLIMB Works Keana Farms Zipline Tour takes participants soaring over a working agricultural farm. The tour consists of eight world class dual ziplines, two rapels, four sky bridges and few other surprises making it the longest and most unique zipline on Oahu. Lines average over 1,000 feet including one that is nearly a half mile long. The 3-hour guided tour also includes a fun ATV adventure to the ridge top, stories of Hawaii's rich history, tastes of some of the local fruits and constant panoramic ocean and mountain views of Oahu's famous North Shore.
The 3-hour zip line tour was amazing! The tour guides were great. The lines are organized so that you gradually challenge yourself with heights and lengths of line. Take your camera!! We were told to leave them but the Tour Guides taking pictures don't always get a good one of you. If you have a good tight fitting secured fanny pack your phone/camera should be fine. 8 zip lines later! And great farm grown snacks. A little pricey but worth it! Amazing views! Would have been even better with more local knowledge; but all in all, it was great! Enjoy! Buy a T-shirt!
5 based on 244 reviews
Mahina Hawaii specializes in customized Adventures. We go off the road map, and explore the less explored parts of Oahu. We offer Stand Up Paddling, Surfing, Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling and SUP Yoga. You can do a single adventure, or a combination of adventures for the ultimate Full Day Adventure Retreat. All of our adventures are private, so it's always just you and your party! Explore Hawaii like a local, with a local! See the whole island on the Full Day Adventure, and experience the true beauty of Hawaii. We take you to the best parts of the island, where most tourists and visitors rarely find.
I highly recommend booking with Mahina Hawaii! Ryan was kind, professional and very accommodating to our needs/preferences. We had a blast hanging out with him and visiting some of the most beautiful spots of the island. We went snorkeling and swam with sea turtles, kayaking, and hiking to a waterfall. if you are an adventurous traveler looking for a unique experience--- go with Mahina! i have already planned to come back and book a full week. Absolutely FANTASTIC!!
4.5 based on 590 reviews
Our private tour guide brought us here and told us some detailed info about Sharks Cove and the Pupukea area. Sharks Cove has been rated by Scuba Diving Magazine as one of the "Top Twelve Shore Dives in the World". Located on Oahu's North Shore, this small rocky bay forms part of Pupukea Beach Park and boasts blue water and an impressive amount of sea life. The bottom is made up of large smooth boulders and coral heads forming small caves and ledges for marine life to hide. The walls of the surrounding cliffs provide calmer water attracting schooling surface fish.
Make sure to bring water shoes or your feet will get cut up on the rocks/reef
There are tons of fish and most of the cove is pretty shallow, so you can walk around and just stick your face in to see the sea life. But be careful!!! There's tons of sea urchins in literally every crevice and they can be spiky.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
We visited in December with three small children and four adults; everyone loved this beach. There is plenty of parking and a nice grassy park to run around away from the sand.
The best snorkeling close to shore is in between a) the spot where the small wall that separates the grassy lawn ends and b) the point of land that juts out into the ocean; this area is all coral right below the surface of the water. Then, if you're brave and the waters are calm, you can swim out northeast another 50 yards or so for a larger set of coral. The waters in December were a little too choppy for me to venture out further from the coral close to shore.
There is a bathroom and outdoor shower.
5 based on 193 reviews
Paradise Helicopters - Hawaii's Most Unique Helicopter Experience! Enjoy the Hawaii few people ever witness on our one-of-a-kind air adventures departing out of Kona & Hilo on Hawaii Island, Lanai and Oahu. Whether flying Doors-Off over the volcano to feel the heat of the lava, hovering beside a 2000 foot waterfall, landing for stunning views on an epic ridge top, or photographing the remote beauty of Hawaii’s rare rain forest valleys, black and GREEN sand beaches – our Hawaiian helicopter tours offer a diverse set of adventure options to suit every need! This is one flight you will be sure to remember for a lifetime. Please visit our Paradise Helicopters - KONA, Paradise Helicopters - HILO and Paradise Helicopters - LANAI pages for more information on tours departing across the islands.
We booked a doors off, landing tour with paradise. It was a 40 minute tour with a 15 minute landing up on one of the mountain ridges. The company was professional and had great service. The flight itself was amazing with incredible views of the coast, waterfalls, and the mountains. Three pilot was informative and friendly and clearly loved his job. We are so glad we did this tour!
4.5 based on 195 reviews
Ha--Breath of Life was the perfect culmination to an amazing day at the Polynesian Cultural Center. After the luau we walked to the theatre--the audience is in a covered area but the stage is open air. We had great seats-- being able to see the facial expressions of those on stage. The program you are given when entering explains the storyline of the production; but even if you haven't read it, you can easily follow the story. No photos or recording are allowed. The production is extremely well done--storyline, acting, and especially the dancing. The fire dance at the end was superb--absolutely amazing!! Afterwards, you can go meet and talk with the performers on the part of the stage closest to the seating.
4.5 based on 202 reviews
The lush jungles and sandy beaches of Oahu’s North shore have brought awe and wonder to visitors for centuries. We wanted to inspire and preserve those feelings of awe and spark a sense of adventure in others, so we started North Shore Explorers. We launched it back in 2009 with Hele Huli Adventure Rentals at Turtle Bay Resort, and ever since then have set up thousands of first time thrill seekers and experienced enthusiasts on adventures of their own. We’re focused on giving individuals and families the ability to jumpstart their Hawaiian adventure and create their own personal experiences. We do this by constantly looking for ways to mix touches of Hawaiian Culture with the changing trends of the modern world. Whether it’s on bikes, paddleboards, Segways or mopeds, the North Shore Explorers will provide you with a one-of-a-kind opportunities to see Oahu like you’ve never seen it before.
We have been on many segway tours around the USA and Europe, and our off-road segway tour at Turtle Bay was one of the best. The off-road segways are easy and fun to drive. Eric was a friendly and knowledgeable guide who passionately shared information about the Hawaiian culture, landscape, history, and more. He helped us spot whales jumping out in the ocean, took us to the overgrown runway of the WWII airfield that first reported the incoming attack on Pearl Harbor, and shared local folklore. This tour is a must do!
5 based on 109 reviews
We specialize in small group active lifestyle adventure tours. We offer everything from one activity (such as a surf lesson for the family) to three activity adventure tours through Oahu's North Shore. Our experienced guides are there to make your day, teach you to surf, and lead you to where you have never gone before. Some of our activities include: -Rainforest hikes -Surf lessons / excursions(beginner and advanced) -Stand-up paddle-boarding river adventures -Kayaking tours along the North Shore coast -Snorkeling excursions -Destination yoga (hike + guided yoga/meditation) +more Ask us about promotions and Kama'aina rates.
They delivered the kayak on time and help carry it to the beach. The return pick up was timely, we finished before the agree time. We phoned them and they promptly came and p/u the kayak. I would use them again if we go back.
5 based on 2 reviews
The Hauula Trail loop is a a beautiful hike that is great for the entire family. There is a an elevation gain of about 900 ft so it is not necessarily an "easy" hike but very doable for all ages. My middle daughter who is 11 is not as into physical activities as my other two children (8, 16) but with several rests as we ascended the trail, she did just fine. The hike took us about 2.5 hours and was the perfect activity to take up our morning before we went to the Polynesian Cultural Center that opens at 12:00 and is 10 minutes north of the trail.
Parking is a little tricky as there is not a parking lot at the trailhead. Actually, there really isn't much of a trailhead at all. Just a little sign pointing out the trail. You will need to park on the side of road that leads to the trail sign just outside of the Hauula neighborhood. We asked a resident walking her dog where we should park and she told us to park on the side of the road in front of one of the houses.
There are some absolutely beautiful areas all throughout the hike and a few very nice lookouts. There was not much water flowing when we went but I could see where there would be a few nice little waterfalls during the rainy season. We did cross a few creeks but there was not much water flowing through them at the time we hiked.
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