Would you like to paddle some of the nicest waters in creation? Twogood Kayaks makes it easy for you! Either reserve our kayaks in advance or just walk in and we’ll help you get onto Kailua Bay the easy way!
Come in to our location and we’ll get you set up for a day of FUN!
First, we will go over a satellite map of Kailua Bay with you and show you how to safely navigate the waters. Second, we’ll show you the best and most scenic places on the islands you choose to kayak to and which areas of bay offer the best snorkeling. Lastly, we offer a free, basic paddling instruction when you rent a boat from us.
Basic Kayak Rental Includes:
– Soft racks
** Backrests and drybags are optional rental equipment as not everyone needs them
The offshore islands in Kailua bay is home to the wedge-tailed shear water bird and are designated bird sanctuaries. The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) requires all water sports companies to charge a $3.00 per person fee to anyone renting a watercraft and landing on Popoi’a and Moku Nui islands. The bird sanctuary fee will be collected along with regular watercraft rental fees.
If you want a knowledgeable expert guide to escort you on your day’s adventure, reserve space on our Guided Tour.
Popo’ia and the Mokulua Islands are closed to commercially rented vessels on Sundays, only privately owned vessels may land on the islands. If you are interested in going out kayaking on a Sunday, give us a call or come in to our location and we’ll get you set up with equipment and directions to Kaneohe Bay’s Sunken Island, Chinaman’s Hat, or any of the many other cool and fun destinations along O’ahu’s shores.