Sponsored by Hawaii Forest & Trail
After 25 years of building an acclaimed reputation on Hawaii Island, Hawaii Forest & Trail is launching three never-before-offered custom outdoor adventures on Oahu. Months and months of research and discovery have led to enlivening tour itineraries that include hidden spots and unique journeys. Locals and visitors traveling to the island of Oahu now have the opportunity to forge personal connections with nature the Hawaii Forest & Trail style.
Guests who choose Hawaii Forest & Trail’s Oahu adventures will discover the passion of the guides who are deeply connected to place. Just ask Chauncy Santiago, an Oahu-based guide, who has made the leap over from Hawaii Island to work on establishing new Hawaii Forest & Trail adventures. She says her favorite tour is “Farm to Forest where we have the opportunity to check out an amazing food farm with a heartwarming story of giving back to the community. They like to say they are not only raising organic products, but organic leaders as well.”
Hawaii Forest & Trail Oahu makes adventuring effortless with pick-ups in several Waikiki and Kapolei locations. Guests climb aboard first-class vehicles where they immediately experience Oahu from a different perspective.
Hawaii Forest & Trail Oahu Adventures:
1) Farm to Forest
Experience the local history and culture of Oahu through the island’s unique sights, stories and food. This exclusive tour journeys through ancient volcanic landscapes, abundant local farms, and other majestic locations not open to the public. Discover layers of geologic and human history that continue to shape Oahu’s west side and take in breathtaking views of Pearl Harbor, Honolulu and Diamond Head as you hike the uplands of Waianae with exclusive access.
2) Honolulu Heights
Get a birds-eye view of Oahu and discover how Honolulu’s volcanic past continues to shape and influence life on the island. This family-friendly scenic tour traverses ancient eruptive sites and majestic mountain forests to reveal the region’s fascinating history. Visit Diamond Head summit, follow the marching footsteps of Kamehameha’s warriors to the Nuuanu Pali lookout, and get an up-close look at Hawaii’s unique biodiversity at the Lyon Arboretum.
3) Birds and Wildlife on Oahu
Track native and exotic species from a private access forest reserve high in the Waianae Mountains, to the beaches and wetlands of the coast below. At the beach, seek out Oahu’s endangered mammals and reptiles including the Hawaiian Monk Seal and Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle.
To book any Hawaii Forest & Trail adventure call 800-464-1993 or locally at 808-331-8505.