The Bishop Museum is an astonishing repository of Hawaiian history and culture. Founded in 1889, it is THE place to go in order to learn about the islands and the people who have called it home for so long. The Bishop Museum is not only a great rainy day activity; it sits near the top of just …
Oahu - The Gathering Isle
O’ahu is the most populated of the islands and the gathering spot for so many of the islands visitors and activities. It’s home to Honolulu, Waikiki, the North Shore, and Pearl Harbor.
While there is a lot to see and do here, it’s also the most developed and busy. Some people avoid it for that reason, but there is plenty to love about O’ahu.
O’ahu’s main areas are: Honolulu and Waikiki on the south shores, some of the world’s top rated beaches on the windward side (such as Lanikai and Waimanalo), the famous surf breaks of the North Shore, and the resort area of Ko’Olina on the west side.
There is plenty of hiking and beach activities around the island. O’ahu’s Hanauma Bay is famous for it’s snorkeling (although there are plenty of areas on all of the islands for that). O’ahu also offers some of the best high-end shopping.
O’ahu goes from rural to busy downtown cities. Its main airport is in Honolulu.
Below you will find all of the posts about O'ahu. Explore them to get a flavor of what you'll find awaiting you!
If you like eating ice cream for breakfast, but want to be healthier, than the acai bowl is for you! Or if you need a great energy boost after a long hike, the acai bowl is your go-to food. Acai (a-sigh-ee: but the ee is quick that people's pronunciations just sound like a-sigh) is a berry from …
For the more active couple, hiking Koko Head is indeed one hot and sweaty romantic adventure. The Koko Head Crater is a volcanic cone left over from years of erosion. It's a sister crater to the cone which has since become Hanauma Bay, which you get a great view of as you're climbing. The …