- Our list of the best things to do in Laie, Hawaii, features the top 331 nearby activities — including 148 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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North Shore Explorers 55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie, HI MoreLess Info
From the merchant: Discover ancient legends of Polynesia in the moonlight aboard a paddle board or kayak. No waves. No sharks. No worries!
Novice and experienced equestrians come to Gunstock Ranch for guided horseback tours and riding lessons. The ranch offers swimming lessons and lifeguard training, and the facility is available for weddings and other event rentals.
Active Oahu Tours give guests the opportunity to explore Oahu while working up a sweat. These tours take place in a variety of locations and may involve kayaking, surfing, paddleboarding, snorkeling, hiking, or yoga. If you are keen on doing adventures on your own, they offer kayak, SUP and beach gear delivery …
Laie, Hawaii is home to the Polynesian Cultural Center. The Center is best known for its massive luau celebrations, which include decadent foods and breathtaking fire dancing. Children and adults are welcome.
Enjoy historical information, hula, tribal and fire dances told through the highly rated story of Ha Breath Of Life at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Special effects, animation, surround sound and over 100 Polynesian actors convey this tale nightly from 7:30-9:00pm.
The remote Laie Falls Trail challenges hikers and mountain bikers with steep ascents and patches of rough terrain. Experienced hikers who reach the trail's high point are rewarded with a stunning view of Laie Falls. Swimming is permitted at the base of the waterfall.