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Turtle Bay Resort

Turtle Bay Resort offers you a wealth of options for activities and recreation right on property including two lushly landscaped pools, two hot tubs, an 80 foot water slide, two championship 18 hole golf courses, a world class spa, four tennis courts, horseback riding, hiking, bicycles and mountain bike trails, a surfing school, surfing, stand up paddling, outrigger canoeing, kayaking, mopeds, segways, helicopter tours and five miles of pristine beaches with a multitude of beach activities!

Location: 57-091 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku, HI 96731

Waikiki Beach

One of the most well-known beaches on the planet, this 2-mile stretch of white sand and calm turquoise blue ocean fringed by towering high-rises and boutique resorts is located on the South Shore of Oahu. Whether you are looking forward to surfing, canoe paddling, snorkeling, swimming, boogie boarding, catching a golden tan, people watching, or marveling at a few beautiful Waikiki sunsets, it’s very easy to have a good time on the different areas of Waikiki Beach. An absolute must-see!

Location: Waikiki, Honolulu, HI 96815

Diamond Head Summit

Discover one of the world's most amazing natural wonders at Diamond Head State Monument. Situated just minutes from Waikiki, this impressive 300,000-year-old volcanic crater invites visitors to go hiking and take in the natural beauty and untold mysteries of Hawaii. Reach the top and you'll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the saucer-shaped crater floor, lighthouse, the Koko Head coastline, and migrating whales.

Location: Diamond Head State Monument, Honolulu, HI 96815

Manoa Falls

Manoa Falls has to be one of the most fascinating waterfalls on Oahu to be seen! Cascading 150 feet down the mountainside, it will seem more like 1000 feet as you stare up at the endless water falling down the rocks. Not many Oahu waterfalls are easy to travel to, that can also deliver such an impressive show!

Location: Na Ala Hele: Manoa Falls TrailHonolulu, HI 96822

Koko Crater Trail

Koko Crater Trail, better known as “Koko Head Stairs”, is your StairMaster workout for the day, with a rewarding panoramic view up top! This Oahu hike will test your endurance and strength to continuously take each additional step up the mountain as you stride over 1,000 steps to reach the top. As challenging as it sounds, hiking the Koko Head trail is a fun and very popular hike on Oahu!

Location: 7604 Koko Head Park Rd, Honolulu, HI 96825

Waimea Bay

The towering North Shore waves start here in Waimea Bay. The winter swells that roll into the famous Oahu North Shore beaches, generally top out at Waimea Beach Park, on the right hand side of the bay. Surfing the Bay, along with Sunset Beach and the Banzai Pipeline, is considered almost a pilgrimage among many pro-surfers that fly in from all around the world to partake in the daring action. Be sure to check out the Waimea Falls when visiting the valley too!

Location: Just past Haleiwa Beach, and across from Waimea Falls Park

Lanikai Pillbox Hike

The Lanikai Pillbox Hike, also popularly known as the Kaiwa Ridge Trail, is one of the most picturesque and pleasant Oahu hiking trails. This intermediate hike rises just above beautiful Lanikai Beach (be sure to check this out too!), rewarding hikers with some of the best vistas of Oahu’s windward side.

Location: 498 Kaelepulu Dr, Kailua, HI

Pearl Harbor

With well over a million visitors per year, Pearl Harbor is the number one Oahu attraction. The national park includes the sunken USS Arizona and viewing platform, the USS Missouri Battleship, the Pacific Aviation Museum, and the retired USS Bowfin Submarine. You can easily spend a full day viewing, exploring, and taking in all that it has to offer.

Location: 1 Arizona Memorial Pl, Honolulu, HI 96818