OahuaLua is an eighth–week Hawaiian immersion tour that consists of keiki from both Waimanalo Canoe Club and Leeward Kai Canoe Club traveling through Oahu with cultural practitioners who manage wahi pana or historical sites.
The goal is to help practitioners maintain sites reintroducing kanaka to special places. Prior to the pandemic, students would help to rebuild traditional fishponds, restore loʻi (taro patches) and maintain ancient irrigation ditches. This year, these classes were canceled due to appropriate funds. This enrichment is coordinated by Dr. Puanani Kama of KamaHawaii.