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Explore Turtle Bay Trails on Horseback - stroll along 12 miles of Oahu oceanfront trails and seaside pathways on our well trained and friendly horses. Listen to the sounds of birds and breezes through Ironwood trees and the roar of crashing surf and swaying palms. Visit our famous Banyan tree, filming site for several TV shows and films including "Lost" and "Pirates of the Caribbean." Exploring the beautiful paths at Turtle Bay Resort lets everyone experience Hawaii's beauty and some well-deserved moments of peace and tranquility.More

Wander For All

Wanderlust Scholarship

Wanderlust is committed to helping you find your true north—your healthiest and most inspired life. We believe that wellness is a right, not a privilege, and we work to ensure that Wanderlust is open to all people, regardless of financial circumstance, profession or background. Our Wanderlust Scholarship is granted to applicants based on certain criteria, including financial need, a personal statement, and their achievements for all Festivals.



Our events wouldn’t be possible without the help of our incredible volunteer community. Interested in getting a behind-the-scenes look at a Festival, experiencing this one of a kind event, and making some new friends in the process? Join us.


Discounted Access

For Locals

Locals save 20% off yoga day tickets to 2019 4-day Festivals. Learn more and check our Wander For All page to see if the locals discount applies to you.

Military Personnel & Their Families

Active and retired military and their families with active military ID save 25% off yoga day tickets to 2019 2-day and 4-day Festivals and 25% off camping at Snowshoe and Stratton.

People 18-25 and Students

People 18-25 and anyone with a valid student ID save 25% off yoga day tickets to 2019 2-day and 4-day Festivals and 25% off of camping at Snowshoe and Stratton.

People Under 18

People under the age of 18 attend free with a ticket-buying guardian.

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