in Hawaii, HI
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Atlantis Premium Submarine Tour
1600 Kapiolani Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96814 Directions
Take a trip to the bottom of the sea, all from the comfort of a private luxury submarine. The Atlantis Premium Submarine Tour in Honolulu descends to 100 feet and allows you to see marine life and aquatic animals up close without getting wet!
See everything from the rainforest to the reef with the professional guides at Bike Hawaii. Plenty of recreation adventures await. Maybe you're into mountain biking along stunning cliffs and scenic dirt roads. Or try the bike n' hike adventure and explore the sacred lands of O`ahu's lush volcanic rainforest.
425 Waikoloa Beach Dr
Waikoloa, HI 96738 Directions
Dolphin Quest offers the public an unprecedented opportunity to experience the wonder and amazement of dolphins, with up-close swimming experiences in deep and shallow water. Dolphin Quest is truly a hands-on experience with marine mammals that is like no other.
You'll start your day with specialized training. The dolphins will swim up for their first greeting and you'll get acclimated to the water and your new ocean friends.
During your encounter, you'll feed the dolphins, touch them and play with them. You'll also swim alongside these beautiful creatures in shallow and deep water. Personalized photos and a video CD of your experience will preserve the moment forever.
Besides offering dolphin encounters, Dolphin Quest also is devoted to conservation of marine wildlife through research, successful breeding programs and excellent animal health care.
Hawaii Lifeguard Surf Instructors
75-5909 Alii Dr
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740 Directions
Ride the big surf with plenty of swagger. Join the staff at Hawaii Lifeguard Surf Instructors and you'll be shredding those waves in no time. Instructors are all certified professionals who can get even the most inexperienced surfer up on a board.
Visit the real Maui with the professionals at Hike Maui. Choose from an exciting menu of short tours or all-day recreation adventures, like the Hana Full-Day Waterfalls & Rain Forest Hike. You'll jump from rock ledges, swing into a waterfall pool and learn about rainforests.
Les Murakami Stadium
1337 Lower Campus Rd
Honolulu, HI 96822 Directions
Les Murakami Stadium serves as the baseball stadium at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Constructed in 1984, the stadium is named after legendary Rainbow coach Les Murakami. The $12.2 million stadium features two concession stands, two sunken dugouts, a Grad Slam Booster Club room, and a training room.
The stadium seats 4,312, with 3,738 of the seats covered to shelter the fans from the frequent spring rains of Manoa, called the "Manoa Mist" by locals. Murakami was the first full-time baseball coach for the program and led the Rainbows for 31 years. The team won the 1980 College World Series under his direction.
Maui Classic Charters
1279 S Kihei Rd
Kihei, HI 96753 Directions
Snuba diving combines the best of snorkeling and SCUBA for an amazing underwater recreation adventure. It's easy and quick to learn, requires no certification and you'll get to see some amazing sites off the shores of Hawaii. Maui Classic Charters will take you to a great diving spot and take care of all the details.
Stan Sheriff Center
1355 Lower Campus Rd
Honolulu, HI 96822 Directions
The Stan Sheriff Center is located on campus at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. The 10,300-seat multipurpose arena opened in 1994 and is named after the former UH athletic director who lobbied for its construction.
The center is home to the men's and women's sports team of the University of Hawaii, including men's basketball and volleyball, and women's basketball and volleyball.
But the center isn't just about UH teams. High school state championships and musical concerts are regularly held at the UH arena.
The world champion Los Angeles Lakers have come here for several pre-season camps. The Stan Sheriff Center also hosted the 1998 Miss Universe Pageant.
University of Hawaii Warriors
99-500 Salt Lake Blvd
Halawa, HI 96818 Directions
The University of Hawaii Warriors compete in the NCAA Division I, Western Athletic Conference. The men's teams are called the Warriors; the women's teams are called the Rainbow Wahine, or the 'Bows for short.
The men's and women's teams are both top contenders in basketball, volleyball, baseball and football. The University also won the 2004 Intercollegiate Sailing Association National Championships. The women's volleyball program has won NCAA championships in 1982, 1983 and 1987. The teams play at venues around the Island and on campus, including the Aloha Stadium, Stan Sheriff Center, Les Murakami Stadium, Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium, and the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.
Wet n' Wild
400 Farrington Hwy
Kapolei, HI 96707 Directions
Wet n' Wild takes you through ultimate thrills and an all-day experience that includes water rides, slides, a BBQ dinner or a luau feast. The entertainment can't be beat, and the attractions will get your adrenaline pumping long after the day is done.
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