Hale Koa Activities
You won't run out of things to experience at Hale Koa, that is for sure.
It’s no secret that our prime location on Waikiki Beach is the kind of paradise that most people dream about. Only, for military service members, families and sponsored guests, you have real-life, affordable access to this extraordinary benefit. It’s time to get out and see what you can do. Hale Koa Hotel’s extensive grounds are teeming with activities nestled neatly into secluded spaces. Grab some sunscreen and go.
Due State of Hawaii Health and Safety Orders, it is best to plan your activites and tours while you are on island as things are changing constantly. The list of activities below may or may not be available.
Our Main Pool is best in Waikiki without question. Soak in the infinity pool and watch the sun go down over the Pacific ocean. Those sights and feelings will stay with you long after vacation. Perfect day for the family to just enjoy being around the Resort.
Aloha Artisans and Crafters
More than a dozen local artists set up in the Maile Tower lobby with Hawaiian handmade products you can purchase and learn how to make for yourself or friends and family back home.
Beach Rental Services
Hours: Daily 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
World-famous Waikiki Beach is just steps from your room at the Hale Koa Hotel. Here’s how to take full advantage of fun in the sun. Hang 10, dudes.
Friday Fireworks are temporarily unavailable.
Hale Koa Garden Tour
Hawaiian royalty once cultivated the land where Hale Koa Hotel sits. Join our landscape professionals as they highlight points of interest and unique elements of Hawaiian culture and horticulture throughout our 72-acre tropical grounds.
U.S. Army Museum
There’s history all around these grounds. Especially for men and women who serve in the military, Fort DeRussy Army Museum is a good place to learn more about this rich past.
Nothing signifies ancient Hawaiian culture quite like hula dancing. Jump right in with a hula teacher in this laid-back group setting to learn a traditional song and basic hula steps to go with it.
All information subject to change.