You asked for it. You looked for it on the Internet. Here it is. The first, the exclusive, the official KailuaVacationRental.Net list of 101 Things to do in Kailua Hawaii (and hereabouts) including Kaneohe, Waimanalo, Honolulu and other island parts.
  1. Snorkel in the coral gardens of Lanikai
  2. Surf Castle Beach
  3. Feed the birds at Enchanted Lake Reserve
  4. Bodysurf at Shorebreak
  5. Kayak to the Mokulua Islands
  6. Bike the Lanikai Loop
  7. Kite board in Kailua Bay
  8. Scuba dive the Kailua reef
  9. Pray for a hole in one at Ko'olau Golf Club
  10. Play Olomana with Obama
  11. Golf Luana Hills
  12. Mini golf at Bayview
  13. Play Klipper Cup and MidPac (for military, members and guests)
  14. Learn to windsurf
  15. Bird watching ecotour the Kaneohe Ko'olaus
  16. Take Hula lessons
  17. Experience a private yoga lesson on the beach
  18. Get a lomi lomi
  19. Have a psychic reading
  20. Hike to Maunawili Falls
  21. Play tennis at Maunawili Recreation Center
  22. Get a 1-hour massage for $30
  23. Cosmic bowl Friday and Saturday nights at Pali Lanes
  24. Swim with the honu at Lanikai Beach
  25. Hike the Kaiwainui Levee
  26. Explore Old Pali Rd. at Nuuanu Pali Lookout
  27. Rock at Ulupo Heiau
  28. Swim to Flat Island
  29. Kayak to Flat Island
  30. Hike to Lanikai Pill Boxes
  31. Gourmet dine on the cheap at Thursday Night Farmer's Market
  32. Take the Historic Marine Corps Base Hawaii Tour (for military & guests only)
  33. Learn everything you need to know at Kailua Information Center
  34. Have a Ho'omaluhia Park Kaneohe botanical adventure
  35. Walk to the end of Kailua Beach at sunrise
  36. Go to a movie at Windward Mall
  37. Go to a movie at Koolau Center
  38. Ring the bell at Byodo-in Temple in Kaneohe
  39. Do not step through the doorway to the other world at He‘eia Park
  40. Take glass bottom boat ride on Kaneohe Bay
  1. Sail to the Sand Bar in Kaneohe Bay
  2. Ride horseback at Kualoa Ranch
  3. Visit all of Polynesia in one afternoon at PCC
  4. Tour Kaneohe's Macadamia Nut Plantation
  5. Indulge in local art at Island Treasures and Nohea Gallery
  6. Stop again at Crouching Lion
  7. Eat, drink, and sail from Kaneohe Yacht Club
  8. Hike Oneawa Hills to Kawa`ewa`e Heiau
  9. Visit Battery 405
  10. Sand skim Kailua Beach at low tide
  11. Take time to smell life at the orchid farms in Waimanalo
  12. Challenge the surf at Bellows Beach
  13. Don't break your back at Sandy Beach
  14. Bodysurf at Makapuu Point
  15. Hike to Makapuu Lighthouse
  16. Snorkel in Hanauma Bay any day but Tuesday
  17. Check the spray at Halona Blowhole
  18. Take up arms at Koko Head Firing Range
  19. Make paintball war at Bellows Airfield
  20. Live history at Kailua Public Library
  21. Swim at Kailua Recreation Center Pool
  22. Get a free cookie from Wally Amos
  23. Show respect at the Chinese temple off Vineyard Blvd. in Honolulu
  24. Hike and photo tour Diamond Head
  25. Hike to the top of Mount Olomana (serious hikers only)
  26. Hike from the Pali Hairpin Turn to Waimanalo
  27. Tour the UH Facilities on celebrated and storied Coconut Island
  28. Enjoy the show at Paliku Theatre but don't go crazy
  29. Take the Kailua pancake challenge: Cinnamon's or Boots & Kimo's
  30. Shop Aloha Stadium Swap Meet Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 6 am - 3 pm
  1. Go eye-to-eye with a Night Heron at Kawainui Canal on Hamakua
  2. Feel the mana at Na Pohaku o Hauwahine
  3. Watch the model aircraft take off from Kawainui Field
  4. Get blown away from Windward Oahu at Pali Lookout
  5. Enjoy the show at Hawaii Pacific University
  6. Float in the tide pools at Lanikai Point and Moku Nui
  7. Take the swim 'n tour to Chinaman's Hat
  8. Go ti leaf sliding at Jackass Ginger
  9. Imagine life on Goat Island from Laie Point Lookout
  10. Hang glide from Waimanalo's Kamehame Ridge
  11. Surf Waimanalo Bay
  12. Paddle board Kailua Bay and paddle surf Flat Island
  13. Enjoy the theatric passion of Lanikai Mortgage Players
  14. Get vegetables and flowers at Thursday morning Farmers Market
  15. Play ball at Kailua Field
  16. Shoot hoops at the Kailua Firestation
  17. Spin your wheels at Keolu Hills Skateboard Park
  18. Paddle in the King Kamehameha Day regatta at Kailua Beach Park
  19. Boy tour the Bowfin at Pearl Harbor
  20. Imagine the surrender of Japan from the deck of the Mighty Mo
  21. See Honolulu city lights from Round Top Drive at Tantalus
  22. Shop old Haleiwa Town and check the surf at Haleiwa Beach Park
  23. Empathize with the elephants at Honolulu Zoo
  24. Marvel at creatures of the deep at Waikiki Acquarium
  25. Master the cable car track up Koko Head Trail
  26. Have a designated driver at Paradise Cove Luau
  27. Go deep sea fishing on Bill Collector from Kaneohe Bay
  28. Walk the dog at Triangle Park
  29. Enjoy the moon rise from the lanai of the Palm Cabana
  30. Swing in the front yard
  31. Make a scratch margarita from Myers lemons

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