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This casual sunset cruise along Oahu's southern coast, with its premium roast beef buffet, live entertainment and dancing, is perfect
Fort DeRussy was an Army reservation built in 1915 in order to protect Honolulu and Pearl Harbor in the US
See and learn all about the remarkable sea life of Hawaii at this one-of-a-kind park.
On this custom hike through Oahu's beautiful Koolau mountains and forests you're sure to catch a glimpse of exotic birds
Catch some air and watch the mountains of Oahu's Hawaii Kai Coast fly past you while a powerboat pulls your
Makiki Forest Recreation Area is the location of three trailheads. This trail is an amazing stroll through the dense forest.
Paddle picturesque Kailua Bay on Oahu's windward side on this guided kayak tour to snorkel with tropical fish and sea
Directly across the street from Waimanalo Polo Fields. This quite beach is perfect to learn how to surf or body
Hawaiian for "Bulging Eyes", this beach is located below Makapu'u Point, a projection of land marking Hawaii's easternmost point. This
This beach is well protected as the shoreline forms almost a perfect semi-circle around Kahana Bay making it a perfect
The Kodak Hula Show was a Hawaiian tradition since 1937. The fabulous outdoor show was a historical look at the
It's history as a market place began on January 16, 1955 when entrepreneur Don "Don the Beachcomber" Beach announced that
Built in 1922 as a vaudeville house it was complete with orchestra pit and dressing rooms. Later the building became...
This memorial stands atop a peaceful, grassy knoll in Kaka'ako Waterfront Park overlooking the Pacific Ocean. On February 9, 2001
Experience the thrill of kiteboarding with personalized instruction from expert kiteboarders in picturesque Kailua Bay.
Travel deep into the lush rainforest of "the Valley of the Rainbows" to see enchanting botanical gardens ringed by tree-topped
Just north of Foster Botanical Garden is Lili'uokalani Botanical Garden. Portions of this 7-acre garden once belonged to Queen Lili'uokalani,
The Waikiki Shell is an outdoor theater located in Kapiolani Park at the foot of Diamond Head. This open-air facility
Bishop Museum was founded in 1889 by Charles Reed Bishop to honor his late wife, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop -
Makiki Forest Recreation Area is the location of three trailheads. This trail is a leisurely walk running parallel to Kanealole