15 Things to Do in Oahu

How to Make Your Time Count on Hawaii’s Most Visited Island

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Oahu is Hawaii’s most visited islands. It makes sense, considering Oahu is the home of Hawaii’s capital city, Honolulu. 

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Feel like a local by exploring around the beachside town of Haleiwa.

Haleiwa is an adorable town in the North Shore of Oahu. It kind of feels like a little surfer town – it’s super low key and unassuming, but it’s full of charm.

Spend some time in the water snorkeling or scuba diving.

Oahu is the perfect place to try scuba diving as a beginner or go diving along wrecks and reefs as a certified diver.

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A visit to Pearl Harbor is a great way to learn about the history of the military base, the attack, and what has happened since 1941.

Honor the fallen at Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial.

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Check out a unique luau on Oahu’s east-side.

The luau is located at Sea Like Park, and an admission ticket is included with your ticket to the luau, so you get two experiences for the price of one!

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It’s a cocktail cruise, so of course you’ll get drinks included with the cruise. Additionally, you’ll feast on some Hawaiian light bites to hold you over until dinner.

Catch the sunset on a sunset cocktail cruise off the coast of Waikiki.

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Kualoa Ranch is a private nature reserve set against cascading, green cliffs. It’s best known for being one of the filming spots for the iconic Jurassic Park movies.

Travel through time to Jurassic Park at Kualoa Ranch.

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