guided hike

Ocean hike with a native Hawaiian

Ocean hike with a native Hawaiian

Duration:4 hours total
Includes:Snacks and Drinks
Languages:Offered in English

About your host

Hi, my middle name is Kaleolani, which means the "voice of heaven" in Hawaiian. I have been an avid outdoorsman for many years. As a native Hawaiian, my passion is combining my love for the outdoors with the history and local legend of this beautiful paradise. From the first time I hiked the Ka'awaloa Trail I have been fascinated with the story of European contact with the Hawaiian Islands through…
Anthony & Ashley
Anthony & Ashley
Anthony & Ashley
Anthony & Ashley

What we’ll do

The Ka'awaloa Trail descends 1,300 feet to the Captain Cook Monument. This approximate two-mile downhill trek opens up to expansive views and breathtaking scenery. We will stop along the way and discuss the stories (both historical and local legend) about Captain Cook, and how his voyage changed the Hawaiian Islands forever. At the bottom of the hike, we will enjoy a snack of local fruits as we…

What else you should know

Be sure to bring plenty of water. Plan for 1 or 2 quarts per person, or more it is best to have extra water. Hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen recommended. Perfect for 2 or more people, if solo msg me.

What I’ll provide

Fresh coconut water
Local seasonal fruits
Fruits will vary with the season and may include Hawaiian apple, banana, mango, citrus, papaya, and pineapple.

What to bring

Plenty of water, snorkel gear.

Anthony & Ashley
guided hike
€55 per person
€55 per person