For family-friendly activities such as a visit to the Honolulu Zoo, a trip to the Sea Life Waterpark or a day at the beach, check our attractions and events blog page to be in the know about where to go in Waikiki.
If you have a trip to Hawaii planned for September, you’re in for a treat. Cultural festivities abound during this month-long, state-wide celebration of the Aloha Festivals, the largest of its kind in America.
Voted as one of the top 5 events in Hawaii, visitors can expect big-name chef demonstrations in the arena, live music, and artisans and craftsmen showing off their unique commodities, many made using sustainable business practices.
The free festival has become a popular affair, with programming ranging from multicultural arts to stage performances. Here are a few events you can’t miss.
Transport back to the Hawaiian days of old on June 8 for the 103rd Annual King Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade.
Waikiki is nothing short of family-friendly. Here’s a look at engaging attractions around Oahu that will keep your little ones happy.
Members can enjoy stunning, 180-degree panoramic views and refreshments from sunup to sundown.
Waikiki is an excellent destination for families because of its proximity to nature, nightlife, the beach and shopping – activities that fit a wide range of personalities, ages, and interests.
The capital celebrates with a lively parade and epic block party, honoring the Irish holiday that has found its way to the Pacific.
With Waikiki so close to the Honolulu Airport, some travelers find themselves with 24 hours to spend in the capital’s southern neighborhood. Here are some tips to maximizing a full day in Waikiki.
Spectators can expect live performances, a sensational parade and fireworks over Waikiki Beach during this three-day event.
Haleiwa is favored by tourists for its beaches, plantation-style downtown and world-famous shave ice. Here's all you need to know for your outing to the North Shore.
To get an idea of the rich cultures of Polynesia and how they intermingle with each other, we recommend a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Oahu. Guests can see fire dancing, try their hand at craft making, taste traditional foods and watch larger-than-life performance pieces that celebrate the vibrant cultures of Polynesia.
Want a slice of the island’s “Pineapple Experience”? Make sure to visit the famous Dole Plantation during your stay in Oahu. It’s just a 40-minute ride from Waikiki and one of the island’s major attractions. Here’s five reasons you don’t want to miss out on the Dole Plantation.
If you find yourself in Waikiki for the holidays, take part in its annual traditions! From a photo with Shaka Santa and Tutu Mele to the festival of lights boat parade, celebrate the season with these events around Oahu.
Younger ones will especially enjoy the petting zoo and playground area, which is situated in the center of the park.