- The list below includes 273 free or cheap things to do in or near Kaneohe, Hawaii, including 63 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters, Gardens and Parks.
- From Haiku Stairs to Kaneohe Bay Sandbar, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kaneohe and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Honolulu, Mililani, Pearl City and Waipahu.
Dolphin lovers age 4 and older get up close and personal with the animals during an aquatic encoujter with Dolphin Excursions Snorkel Adventure. This firm offers guided dolphin-watching and snorkeling trips and provides all necessary equipment except swimsuits,
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84-1042 Maunaolu Street, Waianae, HI 96792 MoreLess Info
Located on a 7 acre property, Historic Makaha Valley Riding Stables gives visitors the opportunity to experience life as a Hawaiian cowboy. Besides daily horseback rides on many trails the ranch also provides country farming education.
With riding trails, dressage ring, and jumping course, situated on a 2,600 acre cattle ranch, Sea Horse Training specializes in quality Hunt Seat Equitation training with personal attention from a certified American Riding Instructor. Riders at all levels are welcome.
Observe the entertaining sport of polo at the Hawaii Polo Club. The underrated sport brings back a taste of older days and gives spectators the opportunity to watch one of the last remaining interactive horseback sports.
Offering an array of exciting adventure options is Oahu Horseback Rides. The company offers seaside rides, romantic sunset rides and more advanced one-on-one options, as well as polo lessons for those looking for some sports action.
Visitors at Anuenue Farms Hawaii can receive specialized instruction from experienced and competitive riders on how to ride a horse. The horses used by instructors for these lessons are trained for polo games.
Oahu's premier wintertime surfing destination is Makaha Beach Park. This fine-grain sandy beach is most appropriate for advanced surfers, and also contains remarkable sea caves only accessible to divers and seasoned snorkelers.
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Ka'ena Point State Park, 68-760 Farrington Highway, Waialua, HI 96791 MoreLess Info
Ka'ena Point Trail Hike offers patrons a scenic view of the ocean while hiking along the coastline. Patrons can sit on the rocks and watch the humpback whales swim by or see Hawaiian Monk Seals or observe albatross nesting areas.