This island was formed from two volcanoes and was originally settled over a thousand years ago by Polynesians who arrived in canoes from islands nearly 2000 miles away. With its laid-back culture, friendly people and perfect year-round weather, this tropical paradise is a must for any travel Bucket List.
Eastern culture meets Western style on the island of Oahu. When you’re not lying on the beach or playing in the crashing waves, enjoy the beauty of volcanic landscapes, tropical rainforests, breathtaking waterfalls, black sand beaches and every water sport you can imagine. Don’t forget to head up to the North Shore, a world-class surfing destination.
Go Underwater Rock Running
If you are looking for an extreme workout that improves your overall endurance, this activity is for you. Athletes from any sport can benefit from underwater rock running. Start in the shallow end w... See more
Hike Diamond Head Trail
This 300,000 year old volcanic crater is part of the Diamond Head State Monument and is one of the most popular hikes and the most recognizable landmarks in Hawaii. The 0.8 mile trail to the summit wa... See more
Visit the Polynesian Cultural Center
Spend the day exploring the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands. Wander through 42 acres of tropical splendor and enjoy the adventure of traditional, hands-on activities. Visit authentic villages a... See more
Hike the Stairway to Heaven
The Haiku Stairs, also known as the Stairway to Heaven or Haiku Ladder, is a steep hiking trail consisting of 3,922 stairs and leads to the summit of Puʻukeahiakahoe on the island of Oahu.
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Feast at a Luau
Pacific Island traditions come to life as you experience the food, entertainment and Hawaiian hospitality at a sunset luau on the beaches of Oahu. In 1847, the greatest luau of all time was hosted by... See more