Wahiawa (Hawaiian: Wahiawā) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States, on the island of Oahu. It is located in the Wahiawa District, on the plateau or "central valley" between the two volcanic mountains that comprise the island. In Hawaiian, wahi a wā means "place of noise", perhaps a reference to the fact that heavy surf on the North Shore could be heard from here, or to the sounds of the ancient military training exercises conducted on these plains. The population was 17,821 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Wahiawa
4.5 based on 22 reviews
This is a great small town farmers market in the high school paring lot. Several different local farmers with just picked fruits and vegetables; several vendors with hot food; orchids and plants and sometimes Ka'u coffee. Lots of friendly smiling faces. It's a must-do for us every week.
5 based on 228 reviews
Private tour guide and limousine service on Oahu & Honolulu, Hawaii in a luxury convertible! Relax and leave the driving to us and enjoy the views while riding in style. Not only see the ocean and sky but experience it with the aroma of flowers in the air and the gentle feeling of wind through your hair! We customize the route and activities to accommodate your interest and schedule while you are here on Oahu. No stress, no worries, no hurries. The only 4 door convertible on the island, a Chrysler 300C that carries 4 passengers. Reasonable rates!
Mark collected us right on time and made us feel comfortable from the start. After a chat about what we wanted to see, he made sure we had plenty of time at each stop, took us to all the best food and dessert stops, beaches and famous places, and stopped at places well off the map. We finished up with some shopping and Mark had us back at our hotel 12 hrs after he picked us up. Its just a great day, that we would recommend to anyone.
4.5 based on 206 reviews
Green World Coffee Farm has so much to offer. Free Tours of our farm are offered daily from 9am- 5pm. We are open 363 days out of the year (closed Thanksging and Christmas). We have a wonderful espresso bar, a retail shop that offers a wide variety of freshly roasted coffew for you to purchase (we roast daily in our store) as well as local products that make great gifts!
We never expected to find great coffee grown on Oahu. Green World Coffee is excellent. Not only do they grow coffee beans on Oahu but you can also purchase beans from other island. The price are good for Hawaiian grown coffee. Please note that this is not Pure Kona but it is very good. The shop has lots of coffee samples & even tea sample. They even have a lot of island made gifts at reasonable prices. The smells of the coffee is pure heaven. Take a walk out back & check out some of the coffee bean trees. This is a great stop on your way to the North Shore or to the Dole Plantation.
4 based on 188 reviews
This is a sacred site for Hawaiians.
Be sure to read about the stones before you arrive.
Park outside the yellow gate and walk the dirt road to the main area petitioned off by smaller stones.
The area is beautiful as you are surrounded by nature, we found the area peaceful and meditative.
5 based on 79 reviews
Manulele Distillers is home to KoHana Rum, Hawai'i's first and only agricole rum distillery. We look forward to showing you our rich history through sight and taste. We hand-harvest throughout the year and press the cane to juice right at the distillery. No molasses or refined sugar in anything we do. We are a true farm-to-bottle rum distillery like no other in Hawaii. We can accommodate small to large groups. Reservations are recommended. Tours and tastings run every Tuesday to Sunday between 10am and 3pm. The store is open for purchases until 5pm. Private tours are available upon request. We are a family friendly tasting room. Visit our gift shop for that perfect Maui souvenir or join our Rum Club! Started as a conservation farm in 2008, Manulele quickly became the largest conservator of native Hawaiian sugarcane in the world with over 30 named varieties each genetically tested for authenticity. We grow only heirloom varieties of sugarcane brought to Hawaii by Polynesian voyagers 1,000 years ago. There are no hybrid canes here.
The tour is worth 30-40min of your time. The staff are wonderful and knowledgable. The Rum and how it produced at this property is different than others. Very smart conservationist. The Rum is unique and a little more than your use to paying, but honestly it's worth more, it is small batch. This is a local owned business and is run with heart.
5 based on 10 reviews
Sharing the stoke and teaching with aloha! We offer surfing, hydrofoiling, wakeboarding and jet ski assisted kiteboarding lessons. Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced (including strapless, wave riding and hydrofoil). We will teach you how to ride with style. ;) Our main goal is to make you an independent rider. Our priority is to keep you safe. Let's have fun!
Our family lives here on Oahu. We have looked into other outfits for Kite lessons, they just dont compare with the personal service all of us have received from Felipe and Olga.
These people are real pro’s at this. They have taught our family well and safety is always the best part,
4.5 based on 108 reviews
A 27-acre forest with native plants in central Oahu.
We love gardens! My partner is a landscape architect and he raved about the design of this garden. Clearly, the sugar farmer founders had money and style. This garden is worth some time to really appreciate. We were moving kind of fast, so we will have to come back to explore all of the paths.
The only big issue we had was the lack of clarity at the bottom of the gulley (beware of flash floods). There needs to be more signs, especially with the inconsistencies between the placard maps and the brochure maps. Note that the Australian section is closed off with a lot of fencing, so you will miss out on at least 1/3 of the original garden.
We will be sure to check out all 5 of the Honolulu Botanical Gardens to compare their plants and designs.
4 based on 13 reviews
Food is mediocre and sadly, the best served on any golf course restaurant on Oahu. The wait for a Filipino entrees is unacceptably long and they tell you on the menu. Not reccommend you order the ethnic dishes unless the regular cook is onsite.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
Pineapple plantation which offers the largest maze in the world for children to enjoy.
was not expecting much, but what we found was interesting. They have a huge gift shop selling everything Hawaiian. Its highpoint (for me, anyway) was the ice cream. The lines were too long and not very efficiently served, but the softserve pineapple ice cream was spectacular.
We too the "Pineapple Express" train ride which lasted perhaps 20 minutes and was a very pleasant ride through their gardens and the edges of their plantation. There was good narration. I wish we;d had time to walk the tropical garden as well, but we saw a lot of it from the train.
4 based on 21 reviews
At the gate, we just needed to provide our licenses and the documents from our rental car. Once inside, the museum is straight ahead. The museum is free, although a donation is encouraged.
The inside is dedicated to the 25th Infantry with stories, video, photos, and displays. It does not take very long to go through, but is worth the time if you have a connection.
There is also a sweet little kitty outside that enjoys the treats that are next to the bench on your way in or out!
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