Even though this amazing Hawaiian Island is rather small, it can be quite daunting to try to determine where to stay on Oahu. There are simply so many options! Do you want popular Waikiki? Kid-friendly Ko Olina? Or perhaps the lazy North Shore? Considering staying at a vacation rental? Or just want to opt for the usual Oahu hotel? This guide to where to stay on Oahu will explore all of these areas and more, so you can decide on exactly where to stay on Oahu.
Going to a luau is a must-do on any trip to Hawaii. However, it can be quite difficult to find one that has preserved traditional Hawaiian culture. To help you out, here are four spectacular luaus on Oahu.
The North Shore of Oahu is known for its surf, sand, and sun. Most people don’t think about the restaurants on Oahu’s North Shore – and there are quite a few delicious ones! Here are the ten tastiest North Shore, Oahu restaurants.
Kahana Bay Beach Park is one of the most hidden beaches on Oahu, Hawaii. If you visit on a week day, there won’t be more than a handful of people! And there’s so much to do there! Here’s everything you need to know about this amazing beach.
The Makapuu Lighthouse trail is one of the easiest hikes on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. People conquer this paved path all the time with their children, grandparents, and pets – that’s how doable it is! Plus, at the end, you get quite the stunning view of the southeastern part of Oahu, including the historic Makapuu Lighthouse.
The Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden is one of the most jaw-dropping landscapes on the island of Oahu. (And trust me, there are many of the island.) Here is everything you need to know about the gardens to make the most of your visit.
If you find yourself having a day trip on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii, Laie Point is definitely a stop worth your time. Officially called Laie Point State Park, this natural landmark is unlike any other on the island. Here’s everything you need to know about your visit.
Nestled within the famed Koko Crater lies the Koko Crater Botanical Garden. Most people – locals included – have no clue that this hidden gem of nature lies just under their noses! Find out everything you need to know about visiting this stunning botanical garden on Oahu.
Sandy Beach is an out-of-the-way, yet popular local spot for bodyboarding and surfing on the southeast tip of Oahu, Hawaii. Find out everything you need to know about this stunning beach.
Most people know that Hawaii has been heavily-influenced by Asian cultures. However, did you know that there is a stunning Buddhist temple known as the Byodo-In Temple hidden within the Valley of the Temples in the Koolau Mountains? Here is everything you need to know about it.