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Platinum:
Kamehameha Schools

Turtle Bay Resort
Wallace Theaters

Gold:
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Dole Plantation - Castle & Cooke
First Choice Orthotics &      Prosthetics 
First Wind
Haleiwa Joe's
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D'Ascoli Building
Financial Management Solutions
First Hawaiian Bank
Grass Skirt Grill
Group 70 International
HPC Foods
Jack Tyrell & Company
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Shark's Cove Grill
Team Real Estate
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Many of the beach and nature parks that line the North Shore offer stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and O'ahu's natural beauty. Two such places are Pu'u O Mahuka Heiau above Waimea, O'ahu's oldest and largest ancient Hawaiian religious site, and Ka'ena Point to the west. In season, catch a glimpse of whales frolicking in the sea, pack a picnic lunch and watch surfers brave the winter swells, or see gliders ride the wind in the skies above. Better yet, take a glider ride and see breathtaking views of the North Shore as well as the whales below.

Skydiving and glider rides at Dillingham Airfield, horseback riding, and golfing at Turtle Bay Resort's championship golf course are some of the many activities that await you. Three camps with conference centers offer numerous activities for thousands of campers each year. Waimea Valley offers a world class botanical garden at Waimea Falls, where you can also visit ancient Hawaiian cultural sites.


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Waimea Valley
(nature walk, endangered and endemic plants)
Polynesian Cultural Center
(experience the cultures and traditions of Polynesia)
Dole Plantation
(pineapple plantation, gift shop, maze)
Laie Hawaii Mormon Temple
Kukaniloko Birthstones State Monument
Turtle Bay Golf Resort & Spa
(5-star hotel, signature golf course, health spa, shops & restaurants)
Pu'u O Mahuka Heiau State Monument
(O'ahu's largest ancient Hawaiian religious site)
Ka'ena Point
(sanctuary & reserve)
Pupukea Marine Life Conservation District
(snorkeling and scuba diving)
Waialua Sugar Mill
(no longer operational)
Dillingham Airfield
(glider soaring, hang gliding, parachuting, and recreational small aircraft)
James Campbell Wildlife Refuge
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