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Things To Do In Honolulu (Oahu)

December 7, 1941 is certainly a date that has remained in infamy. The most fitting tribute to the attack is found under the waters of Pearl Harbor, where the USS Arizona still resides. One of the few ships not to be salvaged in the days following the attack, the battleship now stands as a memorial to the servicemen and women who perished. Today, over the sunken remains of the ship stands a building accessed only by boat where visitors can reflect on the catastrophe that thrust the United States into World War II.

1 Arizona Memorial Place
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-422-3300

Named by British sailors who mistook the diamond-like calcite for a more valuable stone, Diamond Head is a state monument forged of volcanic activity. The image of this cone is synonymous with Honolulu, defining the city's landscape and drawing nearly as much attention as the Pacific Ocean itself. A short, though steep, hike leads to a lookout point, where a panoramic scene of ocean, mountain and beaches spreads out before you.

Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-587-0300

Bask in the sunshine and feel the warm breeze on your face as you sail along the Waikiki coast on a private luxury yacht! On this private excursion with no more than six people, snorkel the warm waters of Oahu and soak in the picturesque coastline views. Enjoy pure Hawaiian relaxation and personalized service from your crew on this intimate snorkel and sail adventure, which includes either breakfast or lunch and a full open bar!

1125 Ala Moana Boulevard
Honolulu, HI 96814

Visit Pearl Harbor and re-live the moment in history that propelled America into World War II at the USS Arizona Memorial without waiting in any lines! You'll skip the line at Pearl Harbor and visit the Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery and do a Honolulu city tour, all before returning to your Waikiki hotel. The USS Arizona Memorial is the final resting place of the 1,777 crew members who lost their lives on December 7, 1941, during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The national memorial commemorating the attack which thrust the United States into World War II spans the mid-portion of the sunken battleship. You will see artifacts from the attack at the Visitor Center, plus film and footage of the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack, before boarding the Navy launch to cross Pearl Harbor to the Arizona Memorial. During your tour you'll also see Lolani Palace, the only royal palace on American soil and downtown Honolulu, as well as driving through Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific.

1 Arizona Memorial Pl
Honolulu, HI 96818
Phone: 808-422-3300

Hike to the summit of Diamond Head Crater for the most amazing views of Waikiki you'll ever see. Led by your expert hiking guide, this 2.5-hour small group tour takes you to the summit of Oahu's famous crater. Visiting Diamond Head Crater in the cool of the day at sunrise is one of nature's spectacles you won't want to miss! If you're a later riser, the 9:30am Adventure to Diamond Head Crater may be for you.

Oahu Hawaii
Honolulu, HI 96801

If you're visiting Honolulu and want to experience ancient Hawaii, take the Sacred Hawaiian Spirits Morning Tour. You'll learn the history and heritage of Oahu, visit Native Hawaiian sacred grounds, and hear about the rich culture of the Hawaiian Islands. From the dwelling places of the Fire goddess Pele, to ancient petroglyphs and the sacred places built overnight by Hawaii's legendary Menehune (the little people), you will see the sacred sites of importance to the Hawaiian people. These sacred places are protected and treated with great respect by Hawaiians.

Honolulu
Honolulu, HI 96807

Experience the thrill of scuba diving during your stay in Hawaii with a beginner scuba diving class! No diving experience is necessary, and an expert instructor will teach you all you need to know in a safe environment. Learn the basics and practice in shallow water before heading out on a real dive to explore the beautiful Hawaiian marine life!

Oahu's Ko Olina Coast
Honolulu, HI 96807

See more, save more with the Honolulu Power Pass! For one low price, you will receive free entry to the most exciting attractions in town - with a combined value of over US$500 in admission fees. At many attractions you'll also jump to the front of queue, saving your precious vacation time for the real fun. Along with "Fast Tracking", allowing you to skip the queues at many attractions, the Honolulu Power Pass also provides additional discounts and special offers at fine retail shops, restaurants, and other activities. A colorful guide with maps, travel instructions, attraction descriptions and operating hours is included with the Honolulu Power Pass. How It Works: You can purchase a Honolulu Power Pass for one, two, three or five days, valid on consecutive days only. Present your Honolulu pass at the ticket window of each attraction. Each participating location can be visited once per day, and your Honolulu Power Pass will be activated at the first participating location visited.

Honolulu
Honolulu, HI 96807

Experience Honolulu's rich history and culture on a Segway! Driving your own Segway Personal Transporter, you'll glide down the streets of downtown Honolulu and stop at Kahanamoku Beach in Waikiki, Aloha Tower, the State Capitol Building and Iolani Palace. See the best of Honolulu in an exhilarating way that combines the fast pace of a bus tour with the relaxing atmosphere of a walking tour. Your professional guide will stop at the key landmarks, where you can listen to commentary and take pictures.

2552 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96807

See the world's largest architectural maze as you soar over the Dole Pineapple Plantation on a 60-minute Oahu Helicopter Tour. This grand adventure features all the sights of Oahu, including Keehi Lagoon, historic Honolulu Harbor, Aloha Tower, Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island and world-famous Waikiki Beach! Your 60-minute Oahu Helicopter Tour concludes with a panoramic view of Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial.

Honolulu
Honolulu, HI 96802

Choose the Grand Circle Island Day Tour for a day trip filled with fabulous activities and sightseeing. The popular, fully narrated tour takes you on a scenic trip around the beautiful island of Oahu to see iconic sites such as the Amelia Earhart Lookout with views over Diamond Head, the Halona Blowhole, Hanauma Bay, Nu'uanu Pali Lookout and world-famous North Shore surfing beaches. This tour also includes a visit to the famous Dole Pineapple Plantation.

680 Iwilei Road
Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone: 866-482-9775

Sit back, relax and enjoy a lobster and prime rib dinner as you cruise along Oahu's Kahala Coastline at sunset. Enjoy a five-course meal at your own private table, followed by a Hawaiian show and dancing.

680 Iwilei Road, Suite 700
Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone: 800-831-5541

Book your discount tickets to one of Oahu's top attractions, the Polynesian Cultural Center. The center's seven island villages give you the rare chance to participate in the daily adventures of Hawaiian and other South Pacific cultures. Add Hawaii's most authentic luau and amazing Polynesian show and you'll see why every trip to Hawaii should include a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center.

Choose the Grand Circle Island Day Tour for a day trip filled with fabulous activities and sightseeing. The popular, fully narrated tour takes you on a scenic trip around the beautiful island of Oahu to see iconic sites such as the Amelia Earhart Lookout with views over Diamond Head, the Halona Blowhole, Hanauma Bay, Nu'uanu Pali Lookout and world-famous North Shore surfing beaches. This tour also includes a visit to the famous Dole Pineapple Plantation.

Sit back, relax and enjoy a lobster and prime rib dinner as you cruise along Oahu's Kahala Coastline at sunset. Enjoy a five-course meal at your own private table, followed by a Hawaiian show and dancing.

Visit Pearl Harbor and re-live the moment in history that propelled America into World War II at the USS Arizona Memorial without waiting in any lines! You'll skip the line at Pearl Harbor and visit the Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery and do a Honolulu city tour, all before returning to your Waikiki hotel. The USS Arizona Memorial is the final resting place of the 1,777 crew members who lost their lives on December 7, 1941, during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The national memorial commemorating the attack which thrust the United States into World War II spans the mid-portion of the sunken battleship. You will see artifacts from the attack at the Visitor Center, plus film and footage of the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack, before boarding the Navy launch to cross Pearl Harbor to the Arizona Memorial. During your tour you'll also see Lolani Palace, the only royal palace on American soil and downtown Honolulu, as well as driving through Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific.

See more, save more with the Honolulu Power Pass! For one low price, you will receive free entry to the most exciting attractions in town - with a combined value of over US$500 in admission fees. At many attractions you'll also jump to the front of queue, saving your precious vacation time for the real fun. Along with "Fast Tracking", allowing you to skip the queues at many attractions, the Honolulu Power Pass also provides additional discounts and special offers at fine retail shops, restaurants, and other activities. A colorful guide with maps, travel instructions, attraction descriptions and operating hours is included with the Honolulu Power Pass. How It Works: You can purchase a Honolulu Power Pass for one, two, three or five days, valid on consecutive days only. Present your Honolulu pass at the ticket window of each attraction. Each participating location can be visited once per day, and your Honolulu Power Pass will be activated at the first participating location visited.

The Go Oahu Card gives you over 30 top attractions on one card, at one low price! No other attraction Oahu pass offers you the value of FREE admission to over 30 attractions, tours and beach activities with the flexibility to use it over two weeks. Whether you are a first time visitor or a seasoned Hawaii traveler, the Go Oahu Card offers a whole new way to discover Oahu.

Hike to the summit of Diamond Head Crater for the most amazing views of Waikiki you'll ever see. Led by your expert hiking guide, this 2.5-hour small group tour takes you to the summit of Oahu's famous crater. Visiting Diamond Head Crater in the cool of the day at sunrise is one of nature's spectacles you won't want to miss! If you're a later riser, the 9:30am Adventure to Diamond Head Crater may be for you.

See the world's largest architectural maze as you soar over the Dole Pineapple Plantation on a 60-minute Oahu Helicopter Tour. This grand adventure features all the sights of Oahu, including Keehi Lagoon, historic Honolulu Harbor, Aloha Tower, Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island and world-famous Waikiki Beach! Your 60-minute Oahu Helicopter Tour concludes with a panoramic view of Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial.

If you're visiting Honolulu and want to experience ancient Hawaii, take the Sacred Hawaiian Spirits Morning Tour. You'll learn the history and heritage of Oahu, visit Native Hawaiian sacred grounds, and hear about the rich culture of the Hawaiian Islands. From the dwelling places of the Fire goddess Pele, to ancient petroglyphs and the sacred places built overnight by Hawaii's legendary Menehune (the little people), you will see the sacred sites of importance to the Hawaiian people. These sacred places are protected and treated with great respect by Hawaiians.

Don't miss a sunset luau at Paradise Cove - it's one of the largest and most respected luau shows in Hawaii. If there is one experience you must have during your visit to Oahu, it is a night of Hawaiian culture and hospitality at a traditional luau!

Take a Big Island volcano tour from Oahu on a day trip to Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park. The recent eruptions of Kilauea Volcano have captured the world's imagination, so see the extraordinary landscape for yourself on this Oahu volcano tour. This fully narrated volcano adventure is a great way to explore and learn about the Big Island's volatile geology first-hand. The Oahu volcano tour features a hike over the lava flow that covered the village of Kalapana and Kaimu Black Sand Beach in the 1980s. A short walk out to the newest accessible black sand beach takes you over an area that was once the ocean! Look to the east and see the slopes of Volcanoes National Park. If there is any surface lava flow, you may see steam or lava flowing downstream towards the sea. This trip takes you exploring in Volcanoes National Park, to the Jaggar Museum and Volcano House, Thurston Lava Tube, Kilauea Iki Crater and a visit to a colorful anthurium and orchid nursery to see these exotic blooms. You'll also drive through the town of Hilo along Banyan Drive. Visits along the way include the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory and a Kona Coffee shop. Another highlight of this Big Island volcano tour is your visit to the legendary Rainbow Falls, where you might be lucky enough to see the rushing water mix with sunlight to form beautiful rainbows.

This exciting Oahu tour to Pearl Harbor is a full immersion experience into World War II history. From the site the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor to the signing of the surrender aboard the USS Missouri, you'll walk in the footsteps of America's courageous heroes. See the USS Arizona, the resting place of more than 1,000 sailors killed in the 1941 attacks, and jump aboard the USS Bowfin to learn about its key role in the WWII battles. Your Pearl Harbor day tour begins with a pickup from your hotel and a drive to the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, where you'll see the artifacts from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. You'll then take a ride on the Navy launch across Pearl Harbor to the Arizona Memorial itself. There you can view the sunken remains of the USS Arizona and the resting place of more than 1,000 sailors killed in the 1941 attack. Next, you'll enjoy an audio-guided tour aboard one of the world's most famous submarines, the USS Bowfin, which is nicknamed the "Pearl Harbor Avenger" for its instrumental role in the epic WWII battles in the Pacific. Then head to Hawaii's newest and most exciting museum, Pacific Aviation Museum, and fly back in time to learn about history's greatest aviation heroes. Finally, take a special guided tour of the United States' last and most famous battleship, the USS Missouri, where the Japanese surrendered to the Allies in 1945. This tour will provide you with a complete Pearl Harbor experience, as well as unforgettable memories of Hawaii.

Experience Honolulu's rich history and culture on a Segway! Driving your own Segway Personal Transporter, you'll glide down the streets of downtown Honolulu and stop at Kahanamoku Beach in Waikiki, Aloha Tower, the State Capitol Building and Iolani Palace. See the best of Honolulu in an exhilarating way that combines the fast pace of a bus tour with the relaxing atmosphere of a walking tour. Your professional guide will stop at the key landmarks, where you can listen to commentary and take pictures.

Experience the thrill of scuba diving during your stay in Hawaii with a beginner scuba diving class! No diving experience is necessary, and an expert instructor will teach you all you need to know in a safe environment. Learn the basics and practice in shallow water before heading out on a real dive to explore the beautiful Hawaiian marine life!

Bask in the sunshine and feel the warm breeze on your face as you sail along the Waikiki coast on a private luxury yacht! On this private excursion with no more than six people, snorkel the warm waters of Oahu and soak in the picturesque coastline views. Enjoy pure Hawaiian relaxation and personalized service from your crew on this intimate snorkel and sail adventure, which includes either breakfast or lunch and a full open bar!

Skip all the lines as you take a memorable Pearl Harbor tour with USS Missouri tickets and Arizona Memorial admission. This day tour takes you on a sobering journey through US history to the site of the attack on Pearl Harbor and the USS Missouri, the last battleship built by the US Navy. Special Offer - Book now and save 10% off the recommended retail rate! - Book Now!

Dive below the surface of Hawaii's blue waters on an Atlantis Submarine Oahu tour! You'll have a unique chance to observe marine life up close without getting wet on this exciting Oahu submarine tour, while descending 100 feet (30 meters) beneath the surface in a submarine.

For a thrilling wildlife encounter with sharks, go on a Oahu Shark Diving expedition and take home memories to last a lifetime. Enter the shark cage for an up-close-and-personal encounter with the ocean's top predators, or watch from onboard as sharks circle your boat on this North Shore shark adventure!

66-105 Haleiwa Road
Haleiwa, HI 96712
Phone: 808-228-5900

For a thrilling wildlife encounter with sharks, go on a Oahu Shark Diving expedition and take home memories to last a lifetime. Enter the shark cage for an up-close-and-personal encounter with the ocean's top predators, or watch from onboard as sharks circle your boat on this North Shore shark adventure!

Set on 29 acres in lush, tropical surrounds in Kapolei, Oahu's "second city", the all-new Wet'n'Wild water park delivers over 25 rides and attractions for families and thrill-seekers alike. It is Hawaii's only water park and the numbr one family attraction and number one local attraction on the island. While adrenaline addicts can enjoy slides such as Tornado, which catapults riders through a 130-foot tunnel into the swirling, raging waters and down into a splash down pool, the park also features tamer attractions such as the relaxing Kapolei Kooler, a winding lazy river; Water World, an interactive children's area filled with fountains, water cannons, mini-slides and a dumping bucket; and Hawaiian Waters, a 400,000-gallon wave pool.

400 Farrington Highway
Kapolei, HI 96707
Phone: 808-674-9283

Don't miss a sunset luau at Paradise Cove - it's one of the largest and most respected luau shows in Hawaii. If there is one experience you must have during your visit to Oahu, it is a night of Hawaiian culture and hospitality at a traditional luau!

92-1089 Alii Nui Drive
Kapolei, HI 96707
Phone: 808-842-5911

The Go Oahu Card gives you over 30 top attractions on one card, at one low price! No other attraction Oahu pass offers you the value of FREE admission to over 30 attractions, tours and beach activities with the flexibility to use it over two weeks. Whether you are a first time visitor or a seasoned Hawaii traveler, the Go Oahu Card offers a whole new way to discover Oahu.

Oahu Hawaii
Kapolei, HI 96707

Book your discount tickets to one of Oahu's top attractions, the Polynesian Cultural Center. The center's seven island villages give you the rare chance to participate in the daily adventures of Hawaiian and other South Pacific cultures. Add Hawaii's most authentic luau and amazing Polynesian show and you'll see why every trip to Hawaii should include a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center.

55-370 Kamehameha Hwy
Laie, HI 96762
Phone: 808-293-3333

With more golf courses than any other Hawaiian island, Oahu attracts players from all over the world. Spectacular scenery awaits you no matter what - and don't miss a chance to watch the pros play: Oahu hosts PGA Tour Championship events and LPGA events in January and February.

City of Waianae
Waianae, HI 96792

Food & Drink In Honolulu (Oahu)

Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, the world's leader in innovative Japanese cuisine, is celebrated for his expertise of blending classical Japanese techniques with exotic global flavors, and for cooking from his 'Kokoro' (heart). Chef Matsuhisa also sincerely understands, respects and embraces Hawaii's matchless sense of place and its extraordinary indigenous delicacies. Nobu classics like the Yellowtail sashimi with Jalapeno, Rock Shrimp Tempura and Black Cod with Miso are offered on the menu.

2233 Helumoa Road
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-237-6999

This shimmering jewel of a restaurant is the best-kept secret in Waikiki. Set on the famous Waikiki beach, it offers stunning unobstructed Ocean views of breathtaking romantic sunsets. They offer casual, elegant dining in a purely peaceful and idyllic setting.

2863 KalaKaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-921-7066

Come and experience French fine-dining cuisine at its best at Hawaii's premier ocean front restaurant, voted "Most Romantic Restaurant" by "The Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" on Oahu's Gold Coast.

2895 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-923-6552

The vibrant contemporary Hawaii regional cuisine of George "Chef Mavro" Mavrothatlassitis, winner of the prestigious James Beard Award, is influenced by his native Provence. Dining at Chef Mavro is truly a unique experience - nothing is ala carte; instead you choose between a three, four, or six course meal or treat yourself to the Grand Degustation which features all of Chef Mavro's dishes, served in tasting portions for the table.

1969 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96826
Phone: 808-944-4714

Located on the third floor of Neiman Marcus, the Hale'aina Award winning Mariposa Restaurant boasts a spectacular ocean view. The menu created by Executive Chef Marc Anthony Freiberg features a blend of Neiman Marcus' famous heritage-style cooking fused with Chef Marc's original Pacific bounty cuisine.

1450 Ala Moana Boulevard
Honolulu, HI 96814
Phone: 808-951-8887

"Local first, organic whenever possible, and with Aloha always" is the mantra upon which this unpretentious neighborhood bistro was founded. With a menu that changes daily to reflect the freshest market ingredients, Town features hand-cut pastas and gnocchi, slow-braised meats, fresh local seafood, a wine list of small artisan producers, and hand-crafted cocktails. Drawing inspiration from classic recipes of the Mediterranean, Town's cuisine is best described as contemporary American with an Italian sensibility, where the ingredients are allowed to shine and nothing is wasted.

3435 Waialae Avenue #103
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: 808-735-5900

Hy's Steak House is an award winning restaurant in the heart of Waikiki. Open in 1976, Hy's has been a favorite of locals and visitors for over 30 years. Hy's specialties include Kiawe broiled USDA Prime beef, succulent lamb, great seafood as well as tableside preparations of many classic dishes. In Hy's library lounge, enjoy live music nightly from two of Hawaii's top entertainers.

2440 Kuhio Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-922-5555

Orchids is Halekulani's casually elegant open air, oceanfront restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner amidst a myriad of exotic orchids. Innovative culinary creations are inspired throughout the day with the finest and freshest local ingredients. An oceanfront dining experienced unsurpassed in a relaxed, idyllic Waikiki setting. Orchids' Sunday Brunch is legendary and voted "Oahu's Best Brunch" by Honolulu Magazine, patrons and residents alike. TABLE ONE...global cuisine personally conceived for each dinner service, is located in the atrium of Orchids. Celebrating our guests culinary whimsy, this 'restaurant within a restaurant' features One Table. One Chef. One incredible and memorable dining experience. Ask Dining Reservations for more information about this exclusive table.

2199 Kalia Road
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-923-2311

12th Ave. Grill is an award winning Neighborhood Gem featuring fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. Our daily specials offer the ripeness of the season and the best of Hawaii's local farms and ranches. Our tasteful wine list, unique micro brewed beers and scratch bar cocktails are the perfect pairings for any palate. Warm service in a Bistro style complement this serious contemporary American cooking.

1145 C 12th Ave, Honolulu
Honolulu, HI 96816
Phone: 808-732-9469

It's a beach where you can still hear the quick rapping of distant Hawaiian drums. Where catamarans crisscross the bay and vacationers take surf lessons. And it is where you'll find the charming plantation style restaurant that is the Hula Grill Waikiki. Located at the water's edge and in the spectacular Outrigger Waikiki Hotel on Waikiki Beach, Hula Grill is hau'oli (Hawaiian for happy) to offer you a perfect vantage point to watch the morning light play on Diamond Head or take in a fiery sunset.

2335 Kalakaua Avenue Suite 203
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-923-4852

Since 1997, Cafe Miro has been considered a "hidden treasure" in the heart of Kaimuki by it's patrons. Specializing in French/Fusion cuisine, Cafe Miro offers each guest their own choices in a three or four course menu designed by chef/owner Shigeru Kobayashi. Through mostly "word of mouth" from returning customers, Cafe Miro has established itself as a respectable, affordable, French restaurant for all occasions.

3446 Waialae Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96816
Phone: 808-734-2737

Sit back, relax and enjoy a lobster and prime rib dinner as you cruise along Oahu's Kahala Coastline at sunset. Enjoy a five-course meal at your own private table, followed by a Hawaiian show and dancing.

Can you picture yourself on a secluded beach, with a beautiful Hawaiian sunset as your backdrop and the tantalizing aroma of a Hawaiian barbeque sizzling nearby? Experience the best of the South Pacific for yourself at Germaine's Luau, an authentic ohana (family) backyard-style show with cultural entertainment that's fun for all.

With Kids In Honolulu (Oahu)

Cruise 100 feet beneath the surface of Waikiki Beach aboard the Atlantis Submarine. Look out portholes as dozens of varieties of fish dart by. Lucky passengers will see green sea turtles powering through the water. An on-board tour guide explains every aspect of the underwater world.

1600 Kapiolani Boulevard
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-973-9800

A short drive southeast from Honolulu takes visitors to Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, the first marine-life conservation district in the state. This is an important distinction, as no sea life can be caught or harmed here, making the bay an ideal sanctuary for robust underwater life. Because of its extensive coral system and reef-dwelling fish, the bay is extremely popular place to snorkel.

7455 Kalanianaole Highway
Honolulu, HI 96825
Phone: 808-396-4229

Named by British sailors who mistook the diamond-like calcite for a more valuable stone, Diamond Head is a state monument forged of volcanic activity. The image of this cone is synonymous with Honolulu, defining the city's landscape and drawing nearly as much attention as the Pacific Ocean itself. A short, though steep, hike leads to a lookout point, where a panoramic scene of ocean, mountain and beaches spreads out before you.

Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-587-0300

Get off the beaten track on an adventure exploring Oahu from the rainforest to the reef. Bike and hike through lush tropical rainforests, then sail and snorkel the crystal clear waters of the Pacific Ocean. This is a Hawaiian outdoor adventure combo the whole family will love.

Kalakaua Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96815

Is learning how to surf on your to do list? Take the opportunity to pre-book your Oahu basic surf lesson. Learn surf techniques, safety rules and surf break etiquette under the guidance of certified lifeguards and surf instructors. With over an hour and a half of water time you will have the chance to try it all.

3318 Campbell Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-737-3473

Get lost in Hawaii on an Oahu Lost tour! Traveling in a small group by Hummer, venture off-road to visit exotic movie locations including Jurassic Park, 50 First Dates and Godzilla, as well as the popular TV show Lost. Go where the tour buses can't go as you see the unspoiled beauty of Hawaii on Oahu movie set tours.

P O Box 159101
Honolulu, HI 96807
Phone: 808-561-2440

Discover a different side to Oahu on this half-day tour of the island's North Shore. You'll visit ancient temples, wildlife habitats, surf beaches, archeological sites and traditional villages, and you might even spot Oahu's rare green sea turtles!

North Shore Hawaii
Honolulu, HI 96801

On the Orbs of Oahu Ghost Tour, you'll be taken around the southern part of the island as you make dead stops at some of Oahu's most haunted locations. Many of the sites are modern-day haunts, while others are haunted by terrible events of the past. You'll see the sites which make the island of Oahu famous for being a supernatural hotspot in the Pacific, including Morgan's Corner, the Chinese Manoa Cemetery and the Pali area. Your guide is an experienced expert on these spooky places and will entertain (and scare!) you with stories of the supernatural. Important Information: This tour is very intense. We DO NOT recommend it for children under 10 years of age. Some walking is required to reach two sites. If you are not able to do any walking at all, you may elect to stay in the van with our driver at these particular sites. Please dress warmly for this tour. All guests are required to sign on the liability form before the tour.

Honolulu
Honolulu, HI 96813

For a memorable night in Oahu, be sure not to miss Creation - A Polynesian Journey. This fun-filled show includes soul-stirring music, amazing special effects, spectacular illusions, seductive traditional dancers and a Samoan fire-knife dance - it's a step back in time that you'll never forget!

Get lost in Hawaii on an Oahu Lost tour! Traveling in a small group by Hummer, venture off-road to visit exotic movie locations including Jurassic Park, 50 First Dates and Godzilla, as well as the popular TV show Lost. Go where the tour buses can't go as you see the unspoiled beauty of Hawaii on Oahu movie set tours. The rugged terrain and unspoiled beauty of the Hawaiian Islands make for a popular location when filming TV shows and Hollywood films. Explore the settings of many popular TV shows and movies, including a Lost tour on Oahu.

Discover a different side to Oahu on this half-day tour of the island's North Shore. You'll visit ancient temples, wildlife habitats, surf beaches, archeological sites and traditional villages, and you might even spot Oahu's rare green sea turtles!

On the Orbs of Oahu Ghost Tour, you'll be taken around the southern part of the island as you make dead stops at some of Oahu's most haunted locations. Many of the sites are modern-day haunts, while others are haunted by terrible events of the past. You'll see the sites which make the island of Oahu famous for being a supernatural hotspot in the Pacific, including Morgan's Corner, the Chinese Manoa Cemetery and the Pali area. Your guide is an experienced expert on these spooky places and will entertain (and scare!) you with stories of the supernatural. Important Information: This tour is very intense. We DO NOT recommend it for children under 10 years of age. Some walking is required to reach two sites. If you are not able to do any walking at all, you may elect to stay in the van with our driver at these particular sites. Please dress warmly for this tour. All guests are required to sign on the liability form before the tour.

Get off the beaten track on an adventure exploring Oahu from the rainforest to the reef. Bike and hike through lush tropical rainforests, then sail and snorkel the crystal clear waters of the Pacific Ocean. This is a Hawaiian outdoor adventure combo the whole family will love.

Is learning how to surf on your to do list? Take the opportunity to pre-book your Oahu basic surf lesson. Learn surf techniques, safety rules and surf break etiquette under the guidance of certified lifeguards and surf instructors. With over an hour and a half of water time you will have the chance to try it all.

Can you picture yourself on a secluded beach, with a beautiful Hawaiian sunset as your backdrop and the tantalizing aroma of a Hawaiian barbeque sizzling nearby? Experience the best of the South Pacific for yourself at Germaine's Luau, an authentic ohana (family) backyard-style show with cultural entertainment that's fun for all.

Spend the day exploring central Maui on this scenic drive to volcanic Haleakala, the unique rocky pinnacle known as the Iao Needle and historic Wailuku Town. Expertly narrated Haleakala tours take you to the summit of spectacular 10,023-foot (3,007-meter) Haleakala crater and the Iao Needle located in lush Iao Valley State Park.

Maui
Kapolei, HI 96707

Can you picture yourself on a secluded beach, with a beautiful Hawaiian sunset as your backdrop and the tantalizing aroma of a Hawaiian barbeque sizzling nearby? Experience the best of the South Pacific for yourself at Germaine's Luau, an authentic ohana (family) backyard-style show with cultural entertainment that's fun for all.

91-119 Olai Street
Kapolei, HI 96707
Phone: 808-949-6626

Nightlife In Honolulu (Oahu)

Not everyone knows that cowboys were once common in Hawaii. Nashville Waikiki is a country bar in the heart of a tropical city. The bar's dance floor thunders under the footfalls of cowboy boots stomping in unison with a line dance. Pool, darts and friendly faces round off a country experience in an urban setting.

2330 Kuhio Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-926-7911

DJs spin records that send club-goers filling the dance floor to heavy beats. The club can hold nearly 1,000 people, and some nights it's filled to capacity. With more than $6 million in recent renovations, it has become one of Honolulu's most popular after-hours hangouts.

2255 Kuhio Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-924-3939

Hy's Steak House is an award winning restaurant in the heart of Waikiki. Open in 1976, Hy's has been a favorite of locals and visitors for over 30 years. Hy's specialties include Kiawe broiled USDA Prime beef, succulent lamb, great seafood as well as tableside preparations of many classic dishes. In Hy's library lounge, enjoy live music nightly from two of Hawaii's top entertainers.

2440 Kuhio Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-922-5555

The Magic of Polynesia Show stretches the limits of your imagination in an evening of spellbinding magic. You'll see people float through the air, Hawaiian legends come to life and people disappear right before your very eyes!

680 Iwilei Road
Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone: 808-539-9400

Spend an evening of music, merriment and mirth with Hawaii's most brilliant showmen, the Society of Seven. After being seated and the opportunity to enjoy a cocktail or two, you'll be treated to a fast-paced, heart-stopping extravaganza, including a combination of hits from the 50s, 60s, country, Broadway and contemporary Hawaiian music.

2335 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-923-7469

While the sun goes down, relax on a casual dinner cruise on the beautiful Hawaiian waters off Diamond Head. Dine on a steak and seafood dinner, followed by non-stop entertainment including the magical "My Hawaii - Lei of Memories" Hawaiian cultural show.

Spend an evening of music, merriment and mirth with Hawaii's most brilliant showmen, the Society of Seven. After being seated and the opportunity to enjoy a cocktail or two, you'll be treated to a fast-paced, heart-stopping extravaganza, including a combination of hits from the 50s, 60s, country, Broadway and contemporary Hawaiian music.

The Magic of Polynesia Show stretches the limits of your imagination in an evening of spellbinding magic. You'll see people float through the air, Hawaiian legends come to life and people disappear right before your very eyes!

Enjoy an exciting Segway adventure along Duke Kahanumoku Beach and Ala Moana Beach Park with the sun setting in the background! Your expert guide will teach you how to operate a Segway and provide expert commentary as you explore Honolulu's beaches and admire the beautiful sunset. A Segway tour combines the best of traditional bus and walking tours - a speedy pace to see more sights while still enjoying the fresh air and scenery. Glide through the streets of Honolulu with the warm breeze behind you and gorgeous ocean views to your side. It's a Hawaiian experience not to be missed!

Shopping In Honolulu (Oahu)

More of a tour de boutiques than a traditional shopping center, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center is a wonderful shop-and-walk experience. The area boasts 150 stores, located along the length of Kalakaua Avenue just a block from Waikiki Beach.

2201 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-922-0588

Shop where the locals shop. You won't find a tourist trap here. Instead, Ala Moana is full of the retail names you know and trust. This outdoor shopping center allows for brand-name shopping while warm, tropical air blissfully fills the walkways.

1450 Ala Moana Boulevard
Honolulu, HI 96814
Phone: 808-955-9517

Located beneath the booughs of an expansive banyan tree, the International Market Place is where artisans, crafters and souvenir sellers gather for the tourist crowd. Don't feel too intimidated by its distinction as a tourist magnet, the chance to shop under the vine-like labyrinth of branches growing from a century-old tree is well worth a few extra dollars.

2330 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-971-2080

Shop by the waning light of a sunset over the Pacific Ocean at the Aloha Tower Marketplace. Built in 1994, the harbor-side shopping area is also home to restaurants, a visitor attraction (the 10-story 1926 Aloha Tower) and a working shipyard. If a member of your group isn't as excited about shopping as you are, the marketplace also offers a complimentary, guided, historical walking tour of the grounds.

1 Aloha Tower Drive
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: 808-566-2337

Glass canopies, constructed to mimic the movement of the ocean, cover sections of this downtown shopping area. At night they are lit up, adding a glowing contrast to the starry night sky. Shops here range from urban-chic to fun-loving local. After a day of power shopping, a short walk to the nearby Waikiki Beach is an easy way to replenish your reserves.

Waikiki Beach
Honolulu, HI 96815
Phone: 808-931-3593