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On the Hawaiian island of Oahu, Honolulu is the city where it all happens. Here you will find the most beautiful sandy beaches and top luxury boutiques just a stone's throw from each other. Just west of Honolulu you'll find monuments to commemorate the people who died in the bombing of Pearl Harbour during World War II, a massive moment in American history that brought about their entry into World War II. Continue to Waipahu to visit a historic Hawaiian plantation town, play golf or indulge in a little retail therapy with some shopping.
Just an hour's drive from Honolulu is the North Shore with its 13 kilometre of beach, running from Hale'iwa to Waimea Bay, incorporating the Banzai Pipeline and Sunset Beach. In the winter international surfing competitions are held here. In the summer you can snorkel or dive on Pūpūkea Beach or just relax under the sun on the beaches of the North Shore, an ideal place for picnics and spectacular sunsets.
Head to the east coast and you'll find more idyllic beaches, great for people looking for a little peace and quiet away from the crowds. The waves around here are a little calmer, and the area of Kailua is great for windsurfing and kite surfing. At the nearby Kane'ohe you find peace and quiet in the botanical garden. From Makapu'u Beach you’ll have a magnificent view over the coastline, stroll to vantage points above the active lighthouse and see if you can spot the gigantic whales out at sea.
If surfing isn’t really your thing then there are plenty of other ways to enjoy the sea; rent kayaks or paddle boards or simply entertain yourself in calmer waters with a little swim. There’s plenty to do on dry land too. Go mountain biking, horseback riding or hike the trails through the jungle to the lookouts with spectacular views. Play a round of golf at one of the island’s golf courses or shop in the chic boutiques or outlet stores.
Fly into Oahu via Honolulu International Airport. The best way to explore the island is by rental car, which gives you the freedom to see what you want, when you want. However, there is a public transport network too, which can take you to all the popular spots on the island.
Oahu is a popular destination for holidays and honeymoons because it offers a pleasant combination of beautiful nature, relaxation and exciting entertainment. Experience for yourself why the international tourists keep gathering at Oahu.
A: Your best choice is to fly into Honolulu, HI Airport (HNL-Daniel K. Inouye Intl.). This is a major airport terminal in Oahu, operating 1,017 international flights each month.
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The beach resort was wonderful and all the staff was super nice and professional, and they were always willing to help. We plan on returning some day in the future. Such a great location and fantastic atmosphere. We never had to leave the resort, and we had fun the entire time.
The room was large and comfortable. Nice views of ocean. But The shower had a high frequency sequel aNd the was bird put all over the lanai which made the enjoyment of the view and fresh air less enjoyable. Overall it was a very good experience
The accommodations were wonderful and the price was very reasonable. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable. I would definitely recommend this place. Specially if you’re looking for a small kitchenette.
What I liked most was the service, everybody was willing to help, nice and friendly. Very good location, relax atmosphere. We had breakfast included and the food was very good. Our room had ocean view and the lanai was a very pleasant place to stay while getting ready for our activities. The down ...
Hospitality was tremendously exceptional. Thanks alot from the depths of my heart. Blessings to you
The parking is horrible. The parking is not owned by the hotel , but it's the only parking offered at $30 a day. The towing company trolled the parking garage to find any reason to tow. I was there for 3 days and visited the tow yard twice. Costing $ 532. Both times the hotel was able to call to ...
Staff was extremely polite and helpful, room cleanliness was meh, floor had dust on it and some small stains on the carpet. I also believe the last guest left cologne in bathroom draw which was kinda gross. Hotel doesnt have much parking on site which is kinda a hassle, had to park down the road ...