Of course, Oahu’s mountains means outdoor hiking options abound, but if you’re looking for an indoor alternative or rainy day activity, the Arch Project Climbing Center gives you 2,000 square feet of terrain to explore without layering sunscreen and mosquito repellent. Stretch your partner in new shapes at Power Yoga Hawaii’s acroyoga class, where you can learn to balance in positions you never thought possible, like flying your partner on your feet or thighs.
If you’re in Kahuku and don’t want to wait in the long lines for the shrimp trucks, head across the street to Kahuku Farms where the food and smoothies are so fresh you can see it grow on trees.
If you’ve got some extra time, book a $16 smoothie tour, hop in a wagon, and take a 30-minute tour though papayas and apple banana fields with a Papaya Power smoothie in tow, all included in the cost.
Try nearby Kailua Beach Adventures for a kayak rental you can split or a guided tour option.
This endangered species spends its days lounging and foraging for food, and at the Waikiki Aquarium, the monk seals spend the day outdoors basking in sun.
Just because we’re on a tropical island doesn’t mean we can’t partake in a classic winter pastime -- like fumbling over your feet on a sheet of ice.