As summer vacations end and temperatures dip slightly, you’ll find fewer visitors on Oahu, meaning less-crowded attractions and lower room rates. Add in a bounty of cultural activities and festivals, and you’ll see why fall is a great time to visit. Here are our top suggestions if you’re visiting Oahu in autumn.
- Discover top Honolulu and Waikiki attractions aboard an open-air, hop-on hop-off bus or trolley.
- Embark on a hiking tour to Manoa Falls, the island’s tallest accessible waterfall.
- Pedal between historic sites on a bicycle tour.
- Discover why movie directors love filming at Kualoa Ranch on an ATV adventure.
- Head to the North Shore to check out the swells and surf scene.
- Watch a spectacular fireworks display from the deck of a catamaran on a dinner cruise.
- Take a snorkeling tour to explore life under the island’s crystal-clear water.
- Watch Polynesian dancers and indulge in a Hawaiian feast at the Chief’s Luau.
- Get a bird’s-eye view of the island’s beaches, valleys, and mountains on an open-door helicopter ride.