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"The Gathering Place"

The home of Waikiki Beach, the island of Oahu is an excellent choice for those who enjoy the excitement of city life and a wide array of restaurants, night life, and shopping. Approximately 80% of the state's population calls Oahu home, so expect plenty of people accompanied by plenty of choices. Whether you're looking for a great meal in Chinatown, an adventure on the sea, a romantic place to watch the sunset, or a spot to dance the night away, it's sure to be nearby.

The Polynesian Cultural Center, Pearl Harbor, Hanauma Bay, the pounding surf at North Shore's "Bonzai Pipeline", and fifty miles of safe swimming beaches-all help to make the island of Oahu a destination worth exploration.

Where to stay

The majority of hotels and resorts are located in the Waikiki area of Oahu, a few exceptions exist, however accommodation choices are very limited outside Waikiki.

  • Waikiki - located on the southern shore, providing a nearly inexhaustible supply of condominiums, hotels and resorts filling this 2 mile stretch of Oahu's coast. Shopping, restaurants, and night life are all within an easy walk, making Waikiki a long time tourist favorite.

  • North Shore- North shore is secluded and casual, a favorite among surfers for it's challenging waters, offering a relaxed version of Oahu many visitors revere.

  • Ko'Olina- located on the southwestern shore, Ko'Olina's coast line is incredible with it's 4 pristine white sand lagoons and 43 acre marina.

  • Makaha- this western shore hideaway is tucked along the shoreline at the base of the Wai'Anae Mountains.

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Oahu offers a wide variety of activities, more than enough to keep you busy, here are a few favorites

Parasailing- the views of Waikiki Beach from the air are simply amazing, and a sight you will not soon forget!

Pearl Harbor Tour- visit Pearl Harbor, the site of the attack on December 7, 1941, including the Arizona Memorial and the battleship USS Missouri, finish with a city tour which includes the cemetery of the Pacific in Punchbowl Crater

Kualoa Ranch And Activity Club- a 4,000 acre working cattle ranch located in the Northeastern countryside, offering horseback riding and a variety of adventurous activities, including ATV tours and Hollywood set tours where you roam across Kualoa Ranch and into gorgeous Ka'a'awa Valley to experience where many of Hollywood's biggest blockbuster movies and television shows are filmed

Surf School- Do you want to try your hand at surfing? Well, now's your chance! Lessons are available for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced surfer

Polynesian Cultural Center- a living museum occupying 42 acres located on the northern part of Oahu where, within simulated tropical villages, performers demonstrate various arts and crafts from throughout Polynesia.

Wet'n'Wild Hawaii- Hawaii's only water theme amusement park! This 29 acre water park is filled with wild and wet fun! Featuring a mega wave pool, tube cruising river and multi-story water slide complexes

Sea Life Park- a world-class marine attraction featuring a dolphin swim adventure, and a selection of other marine encounter activities

Oahu Ghost Tours ®- takes you close-up to witness firsthand the most haunted places on Oahu from the much feared Night Marchers, to the places where sacrifices were made to ancient gods and goddesses of Hawaii. Many of these places are history by day, and haunts by night!

Bishop Museum- With nearly 400,000 visitors each year, Bishop Museum serves as one of Hawaii's top destinations, providing hands-on educational experiences to help residents and visitors appreciate and embrace Hawaii's rich culture

Do You Want More Activities? Here is a link to all available Hawaiian Honeymoons Activities On Oahu

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Island Highlights

  • Waikiki Beach, a visit to Oahu is not complete until feeling Waikiki's sand between your toes!

  • Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial, a tribute to the American fighting men killed in the attack on December 7, 1941

  • Diamond Head, an extinct volcano bordering the southern end of Waikiki, said to have once been the home of Pele, goddess of fire

  • Waimea Valley and Adventure Park, 1800 unspoiled acres filled with tropical plant life, birds, hiking trails and a glorious waterfall

  • Hanauma Bay, a favorite sea cove in Koko Head Park, cherished for it's unparalleled snorkeling

  • Polynesian Cultural Center, this visitor's center is made up of villages representative of those found in the islands of Polynesia

  • Sea Life Park, featuring an outstanding display of Hawaii's exotic marine life in a beautiful ocean side setting

  • Bishop Museum and Planetarium, here you'll find the world's foremost collection of Hawaiiana and Polynesian antiquities