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This easy 1 mile hike is a great introduction to O'ahu trails. Recently reopened, this trail features great view
Makapu'u Lighthouse is one of Hawaii's most familiar landmarks commanding a spectacular view of the Windward side of O'ahu. The
The Contemporary Museum is situated on 3.5 acres of terraced gardens in the hills high above the city of Honolulu....
A rather long trail that peaks to Kaena Point Natural Area Reserve where you will enjoy the native plants and
Named in honor of the first president of the U.S., Washington Place was built by John Dominis in 1846. His
The Dole Plantation is a renovated, working pineapple plantation that blends old and new. The Dole Plantation is dedicated to
Located in the center of the 75-acre Waimanalo Bay Recreation Area, this long, white beach is very popular
This North Shore beach is renowned for it's premier surfing during the winter months and excellent snorkeling during the summertime....
See the natural splendor of Oahu's windward side, including the beautiful Hanauma Bay, Halona Blowhole and the Kaelepulu bird refuge.
This heiau (temple), built in the 17th Century, was dedicated to Lono, the benevolent god of harvest and fertility. The
Sharks Cove is a wonderful reef located on the North Shore where a large variety of marine life can be
The Ala Wai Canal, or "Freshwater Way", is a beautiful waterway at the western entrance to Waikiki. Constructed in 1922,
Indulge yourself with a 5-course dinner, premium drinks and live entertainment aboard this sunset cruise along the world-famous Waikiki coast.
Hawaiian for "Night of the Supreme One", this beach is named after the legendary Hawaiian chief, Poka'i. This West Shore
Climb into a Hummer for a one-of-a-kind excursion as your guide takes you off the beaten path to the filming
It's history as a market place began on January 16, 1955 when entrepreneur Don "Don the Beachcomber" Beach announced that
Valley of Temples is a unique cemetery located just outside on Kaneohe. The Valley was built 1968, one hundred years
The best place on Oahu to view dolphins and whales is the secluded northwestern coast of the island. This tour
Kayak Rentals are available daily. Rent them from our beachside trucks at Kailua Beach Park, or take them with you
Swimming with dolphins is an incredibly fun and moving experience and Sea Life Park is the best place in Hawaii