Navigate Waikiki’s streets like a local in no time with our ultimate guide to getting around the neighborhood.
Whether you’re in search of a romantic evening, chill time with a friend, trip for two, or a place to make that proposal you’ve been waiting for, set your heart aflutter with our recommendations.
While the largest charity golf event in Hawaiʻi isn’t allowing visitors this year for health and safety reasons, there is still a bevy of golf fun to partake in while the pros battle it out!
From sharing the ocean with sea turtles in Turtle Canyon to spying schools of butterflyfish in Lanikai Beach, don a mask and fins and dive into O‘ahu’s water wonderland.
O‘ahu’s geology lends itself nicely to easier hikes that have gentle inclines. Here are some of our favorite scenic strolls on the island.
Whether you want a panoramic view of the Honolulu skyline or an awe-inspiring natural landscape, these standout spots across the island are sure to inspire wanderlust.
Are you up for the challenge? Here are five of O‘ahu’s hardest hiking trails.
From flying high above the ocean to taking a deep dive below the surface, there are countless ways to enjoy Waikiki’s fabled waters. Here’s how.
Hit the road to see incredible panoramic views of Oʻahu, all from your car window.
Unplug and reconnect with nature at the best eco-attractions in Oahu.
Waikiki has many adventure possibilities, and we’ll do our best to get you out there.
As restrictions are being lifted amid the coronavirus pandemic, these things to do while social distancing in Waikiki will help keep boredom at bay.
Tutu Pele shaped Oahu tens of thousands of years ago with the eruption of volcanoes that created a landscape of mountains, ridges, rocky beaches and free-flowing waterfalls.
Want to make the most of your vacation in Honolulu? Here’s a look at hands-on activities around Honolulu during the evening hours.
Once you reach the 1,200 feet, you’ll enjoy a view framed by sheer cliffs, a deep blue ocean, green mountain peaks and a wide-open sky.
Jump start your energy and get your blood flowing with group classes led by a fitness instructor.
Most of us use a smartphone to capture moments in our lives, so why bother with a GoPro Camera?
If you’re thinking of setting your feet on the alluring islet, here’s what you need to know.
Planted nearly 170 years ago, Foster Botanical Garden is the oldest of the city’s public gardens and your perfect escape for a quiet, carefree afternoon.
One of the most popular hikes in Oahu, the moderate, paved climb to the top gives way to the stunning Kawai shoreline, a magnificent panorama of islands, and migrating humpback whales during the fall, winter and spring seasons.
The pleasant Anahulu River is ideal if you’re seeking time in nature that doesn’t take up the entire day.
Sometimes renting a vehicle may best accomodate your plans. Don’t let parking meters or rush hour catch you by surprise!
Although it’s located right near the popular Manoa Falls, the arboretum is actually off the radar to most tourists.
The North Shore of Oahu is famous for its powerful winter swells that attract the best surfers in the world. It’s home to the revered Banzai Pipeline, known worldwide for its epic waves. If you’re in Oahu during the peak surfing season, there’s a good chance you’ll catch one of the big-name competitions.
There’s something for everyone in Waikiki, whether you’re in the mood for a day at the shops or observing marine life 100 feet below the sea. Here’s a look at local activities around Waikiki. Visit the Royal Shopping Center, Waikiki Beach Walk, Magic of Polynesia show and more.
Humpback season is upon us! Each year from November through May, humpback whales, or kohola, migrate to the warmer waters of Hawaii, spurring locals and tourists to the water’s edge in an attempt to spot these magnificent creatures.
If you find yourself rained out while in paradise, don’t think of it as a loss. Here are some local activities to fill a rainy day.
Located an hour north along the volcanic coastline, Waimea stretches from misty mountains to the blue sea. Waterfalls, streams, botanical gardens, and sacred Hawaiian sites are what you can expect from your trip.
Seize the day in Oahu, even if it means braving a wipeout.
Visitors can scale ancient volcano craters, take in wide-open shorelines, and hike lush mountains with breathtaking views.
Everything you need to know before visiting this active marine ecosystem.
There’s no better way to bring peaceful reflection to the end of your day than celebrating sunset in Oahu.
Diamond Head trail is one of the best in Oahu, offering panoramic views atop a volcano crater estimated to be half a million years old.