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Oahu

Known as the “heart of Hawaii,” Oahu is home to the majority of Hawaii’s population with its bustling city vibes and laid-back surf towns, including the popular Honolulu. Visitors can experience must-see sights like Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor and Leahi (Diamond Head), plus some lesser-known spots. Commonly called the “gathering place” of Hawaii, Oahu is perfect for anyone looking for the real Hawaiian experience.

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  • 4.5 star tripadvisor rating

    Hawaii, Honolulu, Oahu

    Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort
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    Hawaii, Honolulu, Oahu

    Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa
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    $ 153 per person per night
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    Hawaii, Honolulu, Oahu

    The Surfjack - Hotel & Swim Club
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Best of Oahu

  • The Surfing Capital

    When in Oahu, be sure to check out the North Shore (aka the surfing capital of the world). Home to some of the largest surfing competitions in the world, it’s the perfect spot to watch big wave surfing during the prime months – November through February. Plus, don’t miss out on Waimea Beach, one of the most influential beaches for big wave surfing, Ehukai Beach, home to the Banzai Pipeline or the charming surf town of Haleiwa.
  • Must-See Views

    After catching the must-see spots in Oahu, hike to Makapu’u Point Lighthouse on the Winward Coast for stunning views and whale watching or Kaena Point on the Leeward Coast for birdwatching and incredible scenes of the ocean. The family-owned Kualoa Ranch also offers a breathtaking backdrop (as seen in Jurassic Park and Lost!) or snack on a pineapple treat at the Dole Plantation in Central Oahu.
  • Secluded Beaches

    Since Oahu is one of the most popular islands in the world, its beaches are no different. It’s essential to check out the not-so-visited beaches on the island. Experience Mokule’ia Beach Park in the North Shore, or head to the Leeward Coast for some of the most beautiful and secluded beaches on the island. Keawaula Beach, Makaha Beach and Yokohama Bay are all excellent options for an uninterrupted beach visit.