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The fresh fruit stand is located across the street from Turtle Bay's Kawela Bay.

Turtle Bay’s Insider’s Play Lists are designed to help guests gain a richer and more gratifying travel experience while visiting Oahu’s fabled North Shore by offering tips on how to explore the destination like a local. Each list is authored by a hand-selected North Shore luminary, from legendary surf icons and artists to resort ambassadors and employees

Turtle Bay’s Insider’s Play Lists are designed to help guests gain a richer and more gratifying travel experience while visiting Oahu’s fabled North Shore by offering tips on how to explore the destination like a local. Turtle Bay Resort Stables Manager Alicia McCumbers grew up on the Leeward side of Oahu, where she began riding and showing horses at a young age. She followed her passion to the North Shore where horses were plentiful and participated in rodeos, barrel racing and team roping. Turning her lifelong interest into a career, Alicia began working with the horses at Turtle Bay Resort in 1989.

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Trek the Laie Falls Trail. This moderate 2-hour hike provides beautiful ocean views, mountain hiking through a Norfolk pine forest and a waterfall at the top.

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Stop by the Kahuku Land Farms Fruit Stand for a snack. It is home to the best fried banana lumpia and ice-cold coconut water.

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The Fiji Market & Curry Shop near the Kahuku Sugar Mill has a great selection of unique food items and different cultural cuisines. Looking for a coconut scraper? They have one here!

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Join me at The Stables for a 75-minute guided Sunset Ride. The pictures are priceless, and the North Shore views at sunset can’t be beat. For children 6 years old and under, Turtle Bay also offers a 20-minute one-on-one Pony Experience, which provides a chance to pet, groom and ride a pony.