51.Take a ziplining tour
Throw your fear of heights to the wind and soar through the trees for panoramic mountain and ocean views. Try CLIMB Works at Keana Farms or Kualoa Ranch, where you can zip side-by-side with your best bud all while learning a little Hawaiian history.
You’ve surfed, you’ve dove underwater, but have you really lived until you’ve jumped on a trampoline hovering above the Pacific Ocean? Well, there’s only one way to find out at this spot, where locals set up the gymnastic equipment on a disused pier. The state removed the trampoline once only to have another pop up, but it may only be a matter of time before it’s removed for good, so get a-hoppin'.
53. Watch POW! WOW! artists in action
Every year around Valentine’s Day weekend, hundreds of global artists gather to repaint the murals in the Kakaako district. This weeklong festival began in Honolulu and features concerts, live art, and mural painting, and has expanded to countries around the world. See where it all began, and say goodbye to the old murals and hello to the vibrant, new artwork that will live on the walls for the next year.