Oahu Beach Adventure at Secret Island - Oahu Zipline

Oahu Beach Adventure at Secret Island

Rated 4.67 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)

From: $35.95

This is the Hawaii you've dreamed of. Lie in a hammock or try stand-up paddle boarding. Why not do both?

This excursion lasts three hours.

If your tour date shows unavailable please call 808-626-5260.


Product Description

Does someone in your party want to skip the zipline? No problem. They can have a fun day on the Oahu Beach Adventure at Secret Island while you enjoy the zipline tour.

Or perhaps you booked the Zip ‘n’ Dip and they want to join you for the beach portion of the tour. We can make that happen. Simply choose the 11:30am option and they will meet up with you after your zipline adventure.

Secret Island Beach is a perfect place to chill out and take advantage of all the water sports equipment. This activity lasts three wonderful hours.

After checking in at the Kualoa Visitor Center, you’ll be driven to the dock where a double-hulled canoe boat awaits. After a ride across an ancient Hawaiian fishpond, you’ll arrive at Secret Island Beach. Once there, your time is spent as you please.

Bring your sunscreen, swim suit, towel and camera for a fun-filled beach day of kayaking, canoe riding, stand-up paddle boarding (SUP), beach volleyball, table tennis, horseshoes or a ride on our glass-bottom boat. Some people choose instead to simply read a book in one of the comfortable hammocks set up under the swaying palm trees.

There are showers and changing rooms on Secret Island so bring a change of clothes and a towel if you’re planning to take a dip in the ocean.

This is the best opportunity to have a Hawaii beach adventure and try kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding (SUP), and to get out of Waikiki to see one of Oahu’s spectacular beaches.

Q: What if my son is under 80lbs? He's 75lb.
— Asked by Bruce on July 26, 2016
A: Yes. We can help him meet the weight requirement by wearing a body weight, backpack or going tandem with a guide.
— http://Bruce
Q: I would like to book the Adventure Tower this weekend to celebrate my son's birthday. I have two children who are under 4'6", do I have to purchase 2 guides or can I just go with 1? Second question...My daughter is about 56 pounds, will she be able to go on the Adventure Tower? Thank you!
— Asked by Lynn on July 27, 2017
A: One guide is able to assist 3 children at a time, so you will only need one. Please note that if you or someone else in your party are participating , you are able to assist your children without an additional guide.
— http://Bruce

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12 reviews for Oahu Beach Adventure at Secret Island

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    It is spectacular. I have not snorkeled there, so I cannot comment on that. Having access to their SUP boards and kayaks makes
    it so much fun! The area is gorgeous.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    No beach on Oahu is “just a beach.” It is gorgeous and the beauty on that windward side of the island is incomparable to any island.
    And the little boat ride to get across the fishpond just adds to the fun of it all. Highly recommend for a fun day at the beach!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    I’ve done a lot of snorkeling around Oahu but never at “secret beach” Did you know each island has “secret beach” and everyone knows it?!
    Because you are looking back at the palis above Kualoa, it is a pretty spectacular setting.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5


    We visited the Secret Island beach because of a recommendation of our cousins. The beach scenery is absoutely beautiful. We (me and my 12 year old son) booked this adventure. This is a chance to spend several hours on a private beach where you can kayak, paddleboard, snorkel, lounge in a hammock among other activities like volleyball and horse shoes. We had a good time!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    When not occupied for special events, this beach is pristine and excluded. Lots of activities, kayak, stand up board, snorkeling, etc, without a big crowd. Weather on the North Shore can be quite different from Waikiki’s. Best vista on the island of Oahu.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5


    There is a kind of ‘Lost’ feel to the beach area and later found out that some scenes were filmed here! Pretty cool! Huge fan of Lost. Bring your own food and drinks and clean-up after yourself.   Wonderful for the whole family.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5


    You can kayak, paddle board, and canoe all in one shot!! Oh, by the way, the view is fantastic! In one direction you can see the far end of the bay and Chinaman’s Hat Island, and the other direction is a misty range of island mountains that make up the other arm of the bay. Originally I wasn’t planning on doing secret beach and this ended up being the highlight of the trip!

  8. Rated 4 out of 5


    Bring your cooler full with drinks and snacks. One of the best beaches on the island. Bring sun screen and water, also a hammock if you have one. Staff were amazing and the scenery was awesome!

  9. Rated 4 out of 5


    The Secret Island Beach tour is a good value for this because of the amount of time you have for it. Basically the tour consists of three hours on their private beach on the other side of the ancient fish pond behind their Tropical Farms. Nice beach, Vollyeball and badminton, Firepits, Ancient fish pond, Kayak and canoe. Lots of coral and rocks.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5


    This was perhaps the best surprise of our stay in Oahu. We were staying on Lanakai Beach, and decided to drive the North Shore on a rainy day. Our first stop was here at the Kualoa Gardens/macademia nut farm, where we had intended on just stopping for about an hour. We then caught the late morning secret island tour. It’s so beautiful here. Once we got to this secret beach there was so many fun things to do. Highly recommend the ride on the glass-bottom boat.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5


    Kualoa Ranch is the bomb! You have to take this tour, let alone the many other tours they offer. I’ve never felt so chill. Surrounded by green mountains, China man’s hat, and they offer cool things to do while you’re there.

  12. Rated 4 out of 5


    They quickly charter you across this small body of ocean to another dock, through an awesome forest path and it opens up to an “island.”  There are paddle boards, kayaks, hammocks, beach chairs, volleyball nets, swings, etc. They offer a glass-bottom boat ride out to chinaman’s hat and nothing was crowded. This is a fun 2.5 hourish adventure to catch some rays.

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