For the ultimate thrill, try this popular adventure sport. Sail above the seas on a small parachute that's being towed by ... More
Hawaiian Parasail Inc
For the ultimate thrill, try this popular adventure sport. Sail above the seas on a small parachute that's being towed by a speedboat. People who have gone say there's nothing like it. This company is Hawaii's oldest parasail operator, and one of its most respected. It's been running for 25 years. You couldn't pick a better company in which to place your trust and your life. If going solo seems a bit scary, take a tandem ride. Adrenaline junkies are encouraged to ask about the "Wet and Wild Rides." Call directly or ask an activity broker for more information.
Built in 1882 by Hawaii's last king, David Kalakaua, this stately three story building is a real treat to tour.
After the overthrow of the King's sister Queen Liliuokalani in 1893, the structure served as the territorial and state ...
With more than 150 specialty stores and restaurants, this is truly a one of a kind complex. The only one
larger in Honolulu is the Ala Moana Center, and some people say that Royal Hawaiian is beginning to outgrow ...
This large gallery not far from the Honolulu Academy of Arts specializes in Oriental and Oceanic art and antiques. Offerings
include carved netsuke (owner Robyn Buntin is an expert collector), Japanese prints, Buddhist sculptures, jade pieces, scholar's table items, ...