The third largest island in the Hawaiian chain, Oahu is home to the historic memorials of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial; cultural attractions like Byodo-In Temple, the Dole Plantation and Queen Emma Summer Palace; and unforgettable beaches on the North Shore and Waikiki. Oahu is the perfect place for any traveler looking for a mix of history, adventure, relaxation, sun and surf.
Top 10 Attractions for Oahu
Paradise Cove Luau
If there is one experience you must have during your visit to Oahu, it is a night of Hawaiian culture and hospitality at a traditional Honolulu luau!
Big Island Day Trip: Volcanoes National Park from Oahu
Inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, hike along a crater rim, step inside a lava tube and witness the glowing red embers of Kilauea Volcano.
Eco-Tour – Waimea Valley Hike & Turtle Beach
For an appreciation of Oahu's popular attractions, take this island eco-tour and experience the best of the North Shore, East Shore and South Shore.
Oahu Shark Dive
Book the Oahu Shark Dive for a thrilling encounter with sharks from a secure underwater shark cage!
Go Oahu Card
The Go Oahu Card gives you over 30 top attractions on one card, at one low price!
45-minute Oahu Helicopter Tour: Hidden Oahu
Your knowledgeable pilot will select the optimal route based on weather conditions, ensuring all the "must see" attractions are part of your tour.
Diamond Head Crater Small Group Adventure
Hike to the summit of Diamond Head Volcano for the most amazing views of Waikiki you'll ever see.
Pearl Harbor Day Tour
Skip all the lines as you take a memorable Pearl Harbor tour with USS Missouri tickets and Arizona Memorial admission.
Oahu Catamaran Cruise
Explore the natural beauty of Oahu's western coast on a three-and-a-half-hour catamaran cruise that includes a wildlife experience and snorkeling.
Grand Circle Island Tour & Dole Plantation
From jagged green mountains to sparkling ocean and pristine beaches, see Oahu's most stunning sites on a full-day tour that circles the island.
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Pearl Harbor Battleships Tour of Oahu
Witness history on a tour featuring the two symbolic 'bookends' of World War II in the Pacific: the USS Arizona, where the war began, and the USS Missouri, where surrender formally ended the war.
Diamond Head & Oahu Coast Half-Day Tour
Spend a relaxing afternoon taking a narrated sightseeing tour of Oahu. You'll enjoy magnificent views, explore the beauty of Hawaii, and see Hawaii's most famous beaches.
Sacred Hawaiian Spirits Morning Tour
On this Sacred Hawaiian Spirits Morning Tour you'll learn the history and heritage of Oahu, visit Native Hawaiian sacred grounds, and hear about the rich culture of the Hawaiian Islands.
Full-Day Kualoa Ranch Adventure
Make a trip to the famous Kualoa Ranch and choose from two amazing adventures, including a one-hour ATV tour, a one-hour horseback riding tour, a movie-set tour, a jungle expedition and more!
Oahu North Shore Adventure Half-Day Tour
Discover Oahu on this half-day tour of North Shore Hawaii. On the Oahu North Shore you'll visit ancient temples, wildlife habitats, surf beaches, archeological sites and traditional villages.
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Reserve tickets or tours to the World War II historic sites like Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial. These sites are popular, and there will be lines. You may miss these sites if they hit full capacity.
A blend of native Hawaiian, Polynesian, European, American and Asian flavors, the local cuisine is truly unique, fresh and delicious.
For first time surfers, make sure to hire a reputable surf instructor. If you do choose to go at it on your own, make sure to stay out of the way of the more experienced surfers when catching a wave.
Consider traveling to Oahu during the "low season" from April to June and September to December. During the low season you may spend less and avoid larger crowds.
Hawaiians embrace "living pono." That is, they do the right thing toward others, themselves and the environment. So, when visiting Oahu, be nice, respect the island and enjoy yourself.
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