People from around the world are drawn to Oahu, the most popular island in Hawaii. Families, the romantic wedding couple, business people, adventure-seekers, or those just looking to relax and recharge. Chances are you’ve read about Oahu, or seen its legendary sights in movies and TV shows, but it takes visiting to truly grasp the beauty and excitement of this wonderfully diverse island.
Visitors can get away to Hanauma Bay, Hawaii’s only Nature Preserve and Marine Life Conservation District, snorkel through a bay in Oahu in the morning, hike a rainforest trail to a historical lookout in the afternoon, shop into the evening, then dine and dance the night away.
Oahu – Arizona Memorial Cosmopolitan, naturally beautiful, historical like a tropical drink, it’s the perfect blend. Private and Customized Tours in Oahu can show you the spectrum from dramatic places like Hanauma Bay, the Pali Lookout, Waimea Bay, and the big wave beaches of the North Shore, to historical and cultural highlights such as the Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, Punchbowl National Cemetery, Iolani Palace, and the Polynesian Cultural Center.
Another great way to soak up some island history and have a great time is to head out on a sunset dinner cruise. The Ali`i Kai Catamaran provides one of best, with Polynesian entertainment, a lavish buffet, and spectacular views of famous Waikiki beach from offshore.
As dusk approaches and the tiki torches are lit, you’ll find you’re in the right spot for nightlife. Waimea Bay, Waikiki, Diamond Head Waikiki is teeming with nightclubs and places to hear live music, or watch hula under stars.
Don’t miss the #1 show in Waikiki, Magic of Polynesia, with spellbinding illusions, Polynesian dance and state-of-the-art special effects. Wherever you go, whatever you do on Oahu, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to embrace the “aloha spirit.” That special something that makes people a little nicer, days a little easier, and life a little sweeter.