If you want to enjoy the most of Oahu while on the island, see this Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Best Road Trips on Oahu.’ Learn more about fun day trips from Waikiki that will show you the best of our island including waterfalls, beaches, food trucks, and lush valleys. Are you ready to experience your dream vacation on Oahu? We’ve put together a list of road trips on Oahu that will let you take in the best our island has to offer. If you're only on the island for a weekend or a few days, take your pick because any of these road trips are sure to provide you with marvelous memories. In this Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Best Road Trips on Oahu,’ we’ll share fun day trips from Waikiki that you can take to see beautiful scenery including roaring waterfalls, volcanic craters, pristine beaches, and lush valleys. Famous North Shore Oahu’s North Shore is known for its gigantic waves and the professional surfing championships held there during winter. For your first road trip we suggest you hit the North Shore to experience this beautiful stretch of coastline that features amazing surf and so much more. If you’re looking for a definitive starting point for your North Shore road trip, head to the main town of Haleiwa, which is consistently rated as one of the best small settlements in Hawaii. Refresh with an acai bowl or shave ice, then head to the beach for sun, surf, and snorkeling. Oahu's Polynesian Cultural Center The Polynesian Cultural Center sits in the region of the North Shore of Oahu, so you might be wondering whether or not you can include it in our first recommended road trip. We suggest you make the Polynesian Cultural Center the center of its own excursion unless of course you
If you want to enjoy the most of Oahu while on the island, see this Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Best Road Trips on Oahu.’ Learn more about fun day trip[……]
Waikiki Waikiki is a world-famous beachfront neighborhood located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The area is a top destination for tourists, known for its stunning beaches, high-end shopping, and luxurious hotels. In this blog post, we will explore what makes Waikiki such a unique and popular destination. Beaches Waikiki is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The two most popular beaches in the area are Waikiki Beach and Queen's Beach. Waikiki Beach is a long stretch of sand that attracts surfers and swimmers alike. Queen's Beach, on the other hand, is a more secluded spot that is perfect for those who prefer a quieter atmosphere. Shopping Waikiki is a shopper's paradise, with a range of high-end stores and boutiques to explore. The area is home to several shopping centers, including the Royal Hawaiian Center and the Waikiki Beach Walk. Visitors can find everything from luxury fashion brands to local souvenirs and gifts. Hotels Waikiki has some of the most luxurious hotels in the world, with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. The Royal Hawaiian Hotel, also known as the "Pink Palace," is a historic hotel that has been welcoming guests for over 90 years. The Halekulani Hotel is another popular choice, known for its elegant rooms and oceanfront dining. Food Waikiki is a food lover's paradise, with a range of restaurants and cafes to choose from. Visitors can enjoy everything from traditional Hawaiian cuisine to international fare. Duke's Waikiki is a popular choice, known for its delicious seafood and beachfront location. For those looking for something more upscale, Chef Mavro is a Michelin-starred restaurant that offers a fine dining experience. Activities In addition to the beaches and shopping, Waikiki has a range of activities to keep visitors entertained. Visitors can learn to surf, take a helicopter
Waikiki is a world-famous beachfront neighborhood located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The area is a top destination for tourists, known for its stun[……]
Your dream Oahu Wedding can be a reality! Just keep these 7 tips in mind while planning your wedding in Hawaii. Destination weddings are increasing in popularity as more people shun the hotel ballrooms for a picturesque wedding on some faraway beach. An Oahu Wedding is a perfect choice no matter the time of year. No international travel means you may convince more guests to come and you’ll find a number of gorgeous locations for your wedding ceremony and reception. Here are 7 tips for planning your Oahu Wedding. Tip #1. Use a Wedding Coordinator If you’re planning your Wedding in Hawaii from a distance, you’ll want to utilize the services of a wedding planner or coordinator. This is especially true if you’re not familiar with the venues. Your wedding coordinator will help you select where you hold your ceremony, suggest venues for the reception, organize the services of local vendors, and much more. Tip #2. Choose a Hotel or Resort Wedding Package An even easier way to plan an Oahu Wedding from afar is to choose one of the many packages offered by Oahu resorts and hotels. If you’re dreaming of a wedding on the beach then you’re in luck as many of the hotels that offer such packages are right on the water. What is included in these wedding packages varies by property. Some offer packages that include everything you’ll need for your big day while others may only include the venue rental with other services and catering offered ala carte. Tip #3. Pick Your Date Seems obvious, right? Some couples get so overwhelmed at the thought of all the details that go into planning their Oahu Event that they put the whole thing off. That’s a mistake. Pick your date and reserve your venue as far in
Your dream Oahu Wedding can be a reality! Just keep these 7 tips in mind while planning your wedding in Hawaii.
Maps for each of the six major Hawaiian Islands, along with descriptions and points of interest are available for download in PDF format. Click on the island map name below to download. Each map is two pages with a map on one side and a suggested itinerary on the back.
Maps for each of the six major Hawaiian Islands, along with descriptions and points of interest are available for download in PDF format.
Hana Highway is a world-famous route and is the most popular day trip on Maui, Hawaii. The Road to Hana connects Kahului with the town of Hana. The road might be only 52 miles, but it is dubbed as “The Divorce Highway.” The journey along the Hana Road features curves and bumps, making it a bit exhausting. You will come across more than 600 hairpin curves, 59 one-lane bridges, and countless blind spots on the way. But, all of this comes with a mesmerizing and breathtaking view. There are myriad of attractions along the way – from tropical forests to black sand beaches and waterfalls. You can stop in between and enjoy the roadside scenery. As you explore the island, you will also come across many roadside stalls. The stalls have a variety of items such as fragrant flowers, local handmade jewelry, banana bread, fresh pineapple, and other Hawaiian cuisine items. Most Epic Road to Hana Stops Here are the most epic stops that you should not miss at all while on your adventurous ride on Hana Road. 1. Paia Town Lots of people choose to stock up on coffee, gas, and snacks from Paia Town before starting their trip clockwise to Hana. It is the best place to pick up some goodies for the roadside trip. 2. Twin Falls Twin Falls is a nice place to stop and worth a quick peek. The hike towards the waterfall is very beautiful, and farm stands are selling multiple items such as banana bread, coconut water, and smoothies. 3. Maui’s Garden Maui’s Garden is a botanical garden and one of the favorite tourist attractions. You will come across all kinds of photo options for your Instagram, most popular being a 100-year-old mango tree. In addition, visitors can also explore a local art
Hana Highway is a world-famous route and is the most popular day trip on Maui, Hawaii. The Road to Hana connects Kahului with the town of Hana. The ro[……]