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Manoa Falls

4.5 star rating: Recommended 37 Reviews

Located at the back of Honolulu’s lush Manoa Valley, Manoa Falls is a 150 ft. waterfall which is accessible by a one-hour hike. It’s the perfect distance for ...  Read more

Oahu Cruise Port

4.5 star rating: Recommended 21 Reviews

Hawaii’s most populous island is home to big-name attractions like Pearl Harbor, Waikiki, the Polynesian Cultural Center, Dole Pineapple Plantation and Diamond ...  Read more

Sea Life Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 15 Reviews

Hawaii’s breathtaking shores and beautiful blue waters draw plenty of travelers in search of island escape. But for those looking to get a little closer to ...  Read more

Bishop Museum

4 star rating: Recommended 165 Reviews

For the lowdown on Polynesian lore, legend, history and anthropology, drop into the Bishop Museum. Far from dry, displays range from woven hats, ...  Read more

Hanauma Bay

4 star rating: Recommended 68 Reviews

Circular Hanauma Bay is a particularly attractive, sheltered inlet of turquoise water, carved from a submerged volcanic crater east of Diamond Head. The ...  Read more

Kailua Beach Park

4 star rating: Recommended 59 Reviews

Thanks to its ample parking, family-friendly atmosphere, and postcard-worthy shoreline, Kailua Beach Park is often regarded as one of Oahu’s nicest beaches. ...  Read more

Kapiolani Park

Even as early 1877, the Hawaiian Royalty recognized the need for preserving open space. With the city of Honolulu rapidly growing, King David Kalakaua—the ...  Read more

Koko Crater

Koko Crater is where locals head when they’re in need of a really good workout, and it’s also a popular visitor attraction thanks to the stunning views from ...  Read more

Makapu‘u Lighthouse

When the Makapu‘u Lighthouse was built in 1909 for ships traveling between Moloka‘i and O‘ahu, it was meant to serve as a luminary deterrent to keep ships ...  Read more

Maunalua Bay

Maunalua Bay is a popular bay for water sports activities on Oahu’s south shore. Home to many stand up paddlers and kayakers, snorkelers and divers also come ...  Read more

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