Then we drive along the scenic shores of Kahana Bay arriving at Laie Point, a great location to observe several native plant species. Continuing North to Kahuku, we visit a shrimp farm to see endangered wetland birds, including Black-neck stilts, Hawaiian coots and Moorhens.
Our next stop is the world famous Sunset Beach where incredible waves thrill viewers especially between November and April. Oahu’s North Shore is known for big wave surfing and surfing competitions. You may get to see some of the amazing feats these athletes perform or you can just enjoy the beach for some sun and relaxation.
Next visit is to the lush Waimea Valley where Hale O Lono Heiau, one of Oahu’s best preserved ancient temples, is situated. This unique archeological site is an excellent place to learn about native Hawaiian religion. At Turtle Beach we stop to observe rare green sea turtles resting on the golden sand.