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Things to do in Kaneohe

Located on the windward side of the Oahu, about 12 miles from downtown Honolulu, is the largest community on along Kaneohe Bay. Kaneohe was once a major agricultural area in Oahu, but has since transformed into a residential community. Kaneohe Bay is one of the most picturesque spots on the island, and a great way to start your trip. SpeediShuttle offers airport shuttles to Kaneohe, HI, as well as private transportation services.

Looking for something to do in Kaneohe? Kaneohe is full of hidden attractions and special getaway. Check out some of the best spots for next vacation in Oahu:

Golfing – Remember to bring your clubs if you’re heading Kaneohe. There are three golf courses in area, one public and two privately owned. Pali Golf Course is the public course, Koʻolau Golf Club is privately owned but open to the public, and Bayview Golf Park is also privately owned but open to the public. A SpeediShuttle has plenty of storage room and is a great way to bring your golf gear across the island.

Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden - Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden is 400 lush acres and is a place of peace and tranquility. Opened in 1982, this botanical rainforest garden features plantings from major tropical regions around the world: Hawaii, Polynesia, Philippines, Malaysia, India & Sri Lanka, Melanesia, Africa, and Tropical America. The garden also has a lake, walking trails, visitor center, and camping ground.

Kane'one Sandbar – The Kane'one Sandbar is on of Oahu’s best kept secrets and is the must-see attraction if you’re interested in snorkeling or turtle sightings. The Kaneohe Bay Sandbar is a raised strip of land located right in the middle of the bay, about 15 minutes from Heeia Boat Harbor by sail, motorboat, or kayak. Only open during low tide, this is a great spot for first time snorkelers.

Byodo-In Temple – Part of Oahu’s Valley of the Temples Memorial Park, the Byodo-In Temple is a smaller-scale replica of the over 950-year-old Byodo-in Temple in Uji, Japan. It is a is a non-practicing Buddhist temple open to people of all faiths to worship, meditate, or just enjoy its beauty. The temple ground is also used for wedding ceremonies. SpeediShuttle also offer private transportation services for weddings in Kaneohe and more. The Byodo-In Temple is also a stop on the Circle Island Tour by IMI tours

Ha'iku Stairs – There is an actual “Stairway to Heaven” in Oahu! The Haʻikū Stairs are a steep hiking trail totaling almost 4,000 steps along Oahu's Ko'olau mountain range. Unfortunately, the Ha'iku Stairs are currently illegal to climb, but is still a significant landmark in the Kaneohe. The Nearby Pali Lookout still offers incredible views of the area and is featured on several tours including the North Shore Eco Fun Surf tour and North Shore Eco Fun Waterfall.

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