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What to Do in Honolulu

Surf the Waters of Oahu

Surfing and Hawaii go hand in hand. Evidence of surfing on the archipelago dates to the 4th century, and the sport is now one of Hawaii's cultural identities. And there's no better place to surf than Honolulu's island, Oahu. Beginners, take lessons during the summer months when the waves are calm; experts, put your skills to the test during the winter months.

Climb the Diamond Head State Monument

Hawaii's most popular State Park, Diamond Head is a climbable volcanic cone that offers dazzling views of Oahu and the Pacific Ocean. At the summit, you'll experience a part of U.S. history, as it was once the home of Fort Ruger, the first American military reservation in Hawaii. This two-hour hike is perfect for nature and history lovers alike.

Relax on Waikiki Beach

Located in the shadow of Diamond Head, Waikiki Peace offers a paradise of powdery yellow sand and turquoise waters. Once visited by the kings and queens of Hawaii, Waikiki Beach now offers the perfect spot to relax and take in the sun. Plus, there are plenty of shops and restaurants on the adjacent Kalakaua Avenue, so if you need a break from the sun, check out this cool street!

What to See in Honolulu

Iolani Palace

Home of the Kalakaua Dynasty and detailing the reigns of King Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii's final monarchs, this 10-room palace is a perfect spot for history enthusiasts. As the only official state royal residence in all the United States, you'll feel a part of history as you walk its koa wood floors. With historical items and artifacts, there's plenty to see inside the Palace. Picture-taking is forbidden, however.

Pearl Harbor National Memorial

The site of the devastating WWII attack, the Pearl Harbor National Monument is a place for thought and reflection. Here, you’ll find the USS Arizona Memorial, one of the ships targeted. The ship is still visible today, creating a sobering atmosphere. The Memorial only offers 1,300 tickets per day, so make sure you visit soon after opening hours.

Manoa Falls

The Manoa Falls is a stunning 100-foot-tall waterfall located some 5 miles northeast of downtown Honolulu. After a hike through an exotic rainforest, you'll come across these falls, perfect for picture-taking and admiring. The hike itself is stunning too, with banyan trees and other nature to look at. Make sure you visit in the early morning to avoid other tourists.

Where to Stay in Honolulu

Downtown

Located at the center of the city and home to some of Honolulu's most famous attractions, including the historic Iolani Palace, Downtown is an obvious choice for travelers of all kinds. With a plethora of bars and restaurants to choose from, and plenty of shops, this area will keep you busy during your vacation.

Waikiki

One of the most famous neighborhoods in Hawaii and one of the most popular with tourists, Waikiki is known for its beautiful beaches and idyllic waters. Climb the Diamond Head State Monument, then relax on Waikiki Beach. There's plenty of shopping to do along Kalakaua Avenue too. There’s also a myriad of bars and clubs for fun nightlife. In short, there's plenty to do in Waikiki.

Manoa

Catering to a quieter style of vacation, the neighborhood of Manoa is laid-back and serene. Located north of Downtown, Manoa features beautiful architecture and a stunning view of mountains and local flora and fauna. You'll also find plenty of hiking trails here, so nature enthusiasts, look no further. Plus, the valley receives almost daily rain, so stunning rainbows are a common sight.

Surf the Waters of Oahu

Surfing and Hawaii go hand in hand. Evidence of surfing on the archipelago dates to the 4th century, and the sport is now one of Hawaii's cultural identities. And there's no better place to surf than Honolulu's island, Oahu. Beginners, take lessons during the summer months when the waves are calm; experts, put your skills to the test during the winter months.

Climb the Diamond Head State Monument

Hawaii's most popular State Park, Diamond Head is a climbable volcanic cone that offers dazzling views of Oahu and the Pacific Ocean. At the summit, you'll experience a part of U.S. history, as it was once the home of Fort Ruger, the first American military reservation in Hawaii. This two-hour hike is perfect for nature and history lovers alike.

Relax on Waikiki Beach

Located in the shadow of Diamond Head, Waikiki Peace offers a paradise of powdery yellow sand and turquoise waters. Once visited by the kings and queens of Hawaii, Waikiki Beach now offers the perfect spot to relax and take in the sun. Plus, there are plenty of shops and restaurants on the adjacent Kalakaua Avenue, so if you need a break from the sun, check out this cool street!

Iolani Palace

Home of the Kalakaua Dynasty and detailing the reigns of King Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii's final monarchs, this 10-room palace is a perfect spot for history enthusiasts. As the only official state royal residence in all the United States, you'll feel a part of history as you walk its koa wood floors. With historical items and artifacts, there's plenty to see inside the Palace. Picture-taking is forbidden, however.

Pearl Harbor National Memorial

The site of the devastating WWII attack, the Pearl Harbor National Monument is a place for thought and reflection. Here, you’ll find the USS Arizona Memorial, one of the ships targeted. The ship is still visible today, creating a sobering atmosphere. The Memorial only offers 1,300 tickets per day, so make sure you visit soon after opening hours.

Manoa Falls

The Manoa Falls is a stunning 100-foot-tall waterfall located some 5 miles northeast of downtown Honolulu. After a hike through an exotic rainforest, you'll come across these falls, perfect for picture-taking and admiring. The hike itself is stunning too, with banyan trees and other nature to look at. Make sure you visit in the early morning to avoid other tourists.

Downtown

Located at the center of the city and home to some of Honolulu's most famous attractions, including the historic Iolani Palace, Downtown is an obvious choice for travelers of all kinds. With a plethora of bars and restaurants to choose from, and plenty of shops, this area will keep you busy during your vacation.

Waikiki

One of the most famous neighborhoods in Hawaii and one of the most popular with tourists, Waikiki is known for its beautiful beaches and idyllic waters. Climb the Diamond Head State Monument, then relax on Waikiki Beach. There's plenty of shopping to do along Kalakaua Avenue too. There’s also a myriad of bars and clubs for fun nightlife. In short, there's plenty to do in Waikiki.

Manoa

Catering to a quieter style of vacation, the neighborhood of Manoa is laid-back and serene. Located north of Downtown, Manoa features beautiful architecture and a stunning view of mountains and local flora and fauna. You'll also find plenty of hiking trails here, so nature enthusiasts, look no further. Plus, the valley receives almost daily rain, so stunning rainbows are a common sight.

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