Adventures of Hidden Hawaii

HON 121-101
  • Rainforest hike to waterfall
  • Enjoy Hawaii’s white-sand beaches
  • Traditional local lunch
Program Overview
Country: Hawaii, United States
Depart: 01/12/2017 1030
Return: 01/12/2017 1900
Duration: Full-Day
Difficulty: Moderate
Capacity: Min. 20/ Max. 50
Program Fee
$120 (early booking: $111)

Field Work Conflicts
  • NR 120A Environmental Conservation
  • ECON/AREC 240 Issues in Environmental Economics
  • PHIL 345 500 Environmental Ethics
  • POLS 437 International Security
  • E 339 Literature of the Earth
  • E 333 500 Critical Studies of Popular Texts
  • NR 150 Oceanography (Section 1)

*We have released additional space on this program. Participants will be added from the waitlist in the order of receipt of the Expression of Interest form.*

The Adventures of Hidden Hawaii program hits the island’s most popular activities including hiking in the jungles and relaxing on the exquisite beaches—but in off-the-beaten path areas.  Explore the lush valley of Nu’uanu and hike to the hidden and spectacular Kapena Falls where you’ll enjoy a swim (depending on rainfall and water levels.) You’ll end the day on the breathtaking white-sand beaches of Windward Oahu. Windward beaches are the perfect place to relax, enjoy the views, or have some fun in the ocean boogie boarding.  Wrap up your day with scenic drive back to Honolulu Harbor.   Lunch is included at a popular “hole in the wall” where the group will enjoy a local style plate lunch. This program has three 45 min. bus rides.

Meals Included

Lunch included at local “hole in the wall” restaurant

Special Note

Not recommended for children under the age of 7. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Government issued photo ID required.