pipelineThe north shore features world famous beaches for surfing and spectating sept-april. Our summer tends to be calmer and swimming, sunning, stand-up paddle boarding and windsports are the call. December books up early for world championship surf contests, when the north shore is a mecca of surf excitement.

The island of oahu is a treasure trove of adventure with helicopter tours, horseback riding, kayaking, whale watching, and sightseeing. take in a lagoon swim at beautiful Waimea falls and park, or attend a traditional luau and island show at the polynesian cultural center, just 9 miles from your jungle nest.There are Bicycles for your use and a 4 mile path along the beach for that.large2

Downtown Haleiwa is just 7 miles away and features more surf shops and local flavor than you can shake a well waxed stick at. surf gear, surf garb, hot and cool

beach stuff. downtown eats include sushi, thai, italian, mexican and local cuisine. Work it out into the night with live music and dancing at nearby Breakers Bar.

strap on your running shoes and enjoy miles of scenic running and hiking trails. get your golf on at the local course in Kahuku, ocean front with $20 green fees.

or visit world famous “Turtle Bay Resort” just 3 miles away, and indulge in two 18 hole Arnold Palmer golf courses. treat yourself to spa services, gym and yoga classes, and dancing and dining at one of the many restaurants. nearby Waialua has a yoga coop that offers yoga classes on a donation basis.

You are going to need your energy and its never been easier or more enticing. Weekend farmers markets featuring local organic produce and the award winning cafe and health food at Celestial Foods in Haleiwa offer fruits and veggies of the gods, and they really do taste better here! there’s something in the soil; they call it manna. restore your soul, cleanse your body. welcome to what we think is the healthiest au natural environment on earth.


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