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Plan a Vacation on Oahu

Surfing, shopping, and sunbathing: plan a vacation on Oahu and you can enjoy all three! This Hawaiian island is a fantastic spot for catching waves, buying the perfect gift, and getting a tan. Not only that, but with incredible food and historic cultural centers, you’ll make outstanding memories on this island known as “The Gathering Place”.

Oahu is home to the biggest city in Hawaii: Honolulu. With a population of over 300K, you’re sure to find something special to see, and delicious foods to enjoy.

Plan a Vacation on Oahu at Waikiki

Turtle swims near Waikiki

Waikiki is located within Honolulu on the ocean shore. Learn to surf on this world famous beach with iconic views of Diamond Head Crater across the bay. With a more than 100 year history of welcoming visitors to its shores, Waikiki Beach is also a quick walk to both the Honolulu Zoo and the Waikiki Aquarium.

Catch a suntan or some waves, and when you are done enjoying the surf and sand, head over to the International Market Place for some luxury goods or special deals. While you’re there, check out the centenarian banyan tree.

There’s really no way to plan an Oahu vacation without a visit to Waikiki Beach.

Visit the North Shore

The North Shore of Oahu is known for epic surfing in the winter and beautiful beaches all year long. Not only that, but hikers can visit Waimea Falls and see water tumble down a 45 foot cliff.

Nature lovers may wish to catch a glimpse of sea turtles on Laniakea Beach, but be careful not to disturb these ancient creatures as they nest. Sea turtles are a protected species, and tourists who don’t steer clear may find themselves paying a hefty fine. Still, turtle watching provides its own excitement without the need to actually shake hands… er, flippers, with these marine reptiles.

Pearl Harbor and Polynesian Cultural Center

Plan a vacation on Oahu and tour these fascinating historical and cultural centers to learn about Oahu’s past, present, and future.

Plan a Vacation on Oahu and Visit Pearl Harbor
Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor will stir emotions and remind visitors about the attack that sparked World War II. You’ll also learn about the ways this military base functions in the world today.

The Polynesian Cultural Center showcases tropical foliage and a sample of the rich cultural expressions of Polynesia. Enjoy a luau or evening show to witness stories told through the body— with an emphasis on celebration and enjoyment.

Plan a Vacation on Oahu

Catch your fill of sunny, sandy beaches, and enjoy prime shopping off of Waikiki. Then set your sights on turtle watching and wild waves on the North Shore. Finally, enjoy Oahu’s history and culture at Pearl Harbor and the Polynesian Cultural Center.

In short, Oahu is bursting with activities and experiences to make your vacation truly special.

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