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Your Big Wednesday Must Do List

Posted on Mon, 2015/01/19 - 3:34pm by Jeff Mull

With the biggest swell of the North Shore season expected to make landfall this Wednesday, there's never been a better time to take in the full spectacle of big-wave surfing. Below, we've outlined the best ways to see Mother Nature at her finest:

North Shore & Waterfall Adventure Helicopter Tour

Get right above the heart of the action on a Paradise Helicopter Experience. Float above the powerful waves and experience the North Shore's old country beauty — Sacred Falls, Kahana Bay, Waimea Bay and the powerful waves of Sunset Beach and Banzai Pipeline.

(20 minutes) $142 per person

GUIDEPOST Shuttle $20 Round Trip per person

Get to Waimea Bay hassle free on the GUIDEPOST shuttle exclusively at Turtle Bay Resort. Spend the day watching the legendary waves at Waimea come to life this Wednesday.  The epic waves, the incredible natural beauty and the friendly people have inspired distinctive music, art, photography, filmmaking and even food that are uniquely part of the North Shore vibe. If you want to discover another side of Hawaii, this is it. Drop by or give our experienced North Shore Guides at the GUIDEPOST a call to book your spot. Call 808.293.6020

Departs from Turtle Bay    7:30am  & 10am

Pickup from Waimea Bay 12:30pm & 3pm

Self-Guided Moped and Harley Davidson $75 & $150

Get to Waimea on your own time not worrying about traffic and parking with our two wheeled rentals. Visit Hele Huli Adventure Center to book a moped or ask about our NEW 2014 Harley Davidson Sportster that just arrived. 

Moped Rental $75/ Full Day

Harley Davidson Sportster $150/ Full Day

Beautiful hikes & Vantage Points

Located Off Pupukea Homestead Road (Highway 835) from Kamehameha Highway (Highway 83) across from Pupukea fire station. Pu'u o Mahuka Heiau is the largest heiau (religious site or temple) on O'ahu, covering almost 2 acres and looks over beautiful Waimea Bay making it one the best vantage points to witness the big waves. The historical state site is free and open to the public and open during daylight hours.Visit the Guidepost for more to learn more.