Things To Do in Kalama Valley, Hawaii Kai

Located in Hawaii Kai on the island of Oahu, Kalama Valley is one of my favorite neighborhoods! A great and convenient location. Just a 10-minute drive to Costco, Safeway, Longs Drugs and some of Hawaii Kai’s best waterfront eateries, less than 5 minutes away from some of Oahu’s favorite attractions and just a 20-minute drive to Kailua.

What Are Some Things To Do in Kalama Valley?

1. Visit the Farmers Market

That’s right, Kalama Valley has a new farmers market. Every Monday from 3:00pm to 7:00pm, stop by the Kalama Village Shopping Center to pick up fresh produce, or takeaway pastas and more.

2. Take a walk around the Koko Crater Botanical Gardens

Stop and smell the blooming plumerias.

plumerias in koko crater botanical garden

3. Visit Sandy Beach

Watch the large shore break waves. Fish. Take a look at the tide pools.

sandy beach in kalama valley

4. Hawaii Kai Golf Course

5. Visit Kalama Valley Park

Have a picnic, or enjoy a game of pickleball.

kalama valley park

6. EAT.

Stop by on your way to Sandy Beach to pick up poke bowls from Ono Seafood Hawaii / Poke Bowl Patrol or pick up dinner from the very yummy Thai Valley.

poke bowl patrol

Hope you take some time to enjoy our lovely Kalama Valley Neighborhood.

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Cherie Tsukamoto

September 7, 2022

Great blog about a great neighborhood!

Kaety Enos

September 8, 2022

> Thank you!

Kirby Wright

September 8, 2022

Try and tie in the history of Hawaii Kai, at least going back to Kaiser and the filming of the Hawaii 5-0 pilot.

Kaety Enos Tsukamoto

September 8, 2022

> Hi Kirby,
I am currently working on it 🙂 Just started reading a book called “Hawaii Kai” by Lambreth Hancock. Keep an eye out for my next blog.

Kim Leslein Soares

September 8, 2022

I love Kalama Valley! I think it’s a great place to go for a walk or ride a bike.

Kaety Enos

September 8, 2022

>It’s a wonderful neighborhood for bike riding.

Plenty of Aloha

January 6, 2023

Aloha! Our farmer’s market is also on Saturdays from 10-2. Mahalo for a lovely blog about the neighborhood!

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