Oahu Travel Tips
When most people think of Hawaii, it's typically the island of Oahu and its famous landmarks - like Waikiki and Honolulu, Pearl Harbor and Sunset Beach - that spring to mind. Oahu is where the action is, whether you're looking for nightlife or surf.
Honolulu and Waikiki offer a vibrant city scene, but just beyond you'll find rolling hills carpeted in pineapples, fluted mountains cut by cascading waterfalls and turquoise bays remote enough to provide the backdrop for the TV series Lost. If you're looking for Hawaiian paradise, Oahu fits the bill nicely.
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For many visitors, Oahu is Hawaii. Waikiki, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu – all those names we instantly associate with Hawaii are on Oahu. Away from the famous surf beaches lined with holiday resorts and ...
Amid Oahu’s legendary beaches, surf breaks and volcano craters lies one of the United States’ most famous pieces of history – Pearl Harbor. While you may be going to Hawaii to soak up the sun and ...
Oahu's Polynesian heart and soul is what makes Hawaii so special, and the best way to experience the legendary welcome and entertainment is at a traditional Hawaiian luau. To get things started, ...
If your idea of paradise is watching a gorgeous Hawaiian sunset, tropical cocktail in hand, while cruising through the Pacific waters off the coast of Waikiki, a sunset dinner cruise is just what you ...
Some visitors to Hawaii see nothing more than the airport, the hotel and the beach (and perhaps a souvenir shop or two), completely ignoring the fascinating volcanic interior and the magnificent sea ...
Inter-island flights from Oahu are a great way to expand your vacation experience and see more of Hawaii. The islands offer national park beauty, volcanic landscapes and coastal vistas, and the ...
Written by Ros, Italy, July 2012
I am your customer for several years and I want to congratulate for the welcome I received with my wife from your correspondent in Honolulu MC and A
with arrival June 20, 2012 and starting July ...
Written by Kyle, USA, December 2012
Hau’oli makahiki hou!
That’s the cry you’ll find echoing off of every street corner during New Year’s Eve on Oahu ,
a commonly used Hawaiian phrase which translates to “Happy New Year!”
Written by David W, February 2012
We took the Super Ambassador Package for this activity and it was worth every cent! We had our own guide who reserved seats for us at eadh village and gave us so much information! The H'a Breath of ...
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2012
Every year, over 1.5 million visitors visit the USS Arizona memorial —that’s no small tribute to the memory of the battle of Pearl Harbor .
After all, it’s the attack which launched the US into ...
Written by Hudson, USA, August 2011
Headed to Oahu ? On the south shore of Honolulu lies the world famous Waikiki beach . Once a playground to the Hawaiian royalty, Waikiki is now Oahu’s main hotel and resort destination and an ...
Written by Hudson, USA, June 2011
This weekend bodes especially well for music lovers on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, for while the islanders might find themselves spatially removed from the rest of the world, it is nice to see that ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2012
A good way to explore any local culture is to attend events which the locals themselves attend. Hawaii’s ARTafterDARK is one such event. If you find yourself lost and looking for some way of ...
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