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  1. Waves at North Shore Oahu Hawaii
    North Shore

    Watch big wave surfing on North Shore Oahu at some of Hawaii’s most famous beaches, Waimea Bay and Ehukai (Banzai Pipeline); then grab a tasty cone of chocolate Haupia (coconut) shave ice at Matsumoto’s.

  2. Kailua Oahu Hawaii
    Kailua

    Hike the easy, scenic Lanikai Pillboxes trail in Kailua. The path leads to Lanikai beach; the perfect place to trade your hiking boots for a bathing suit and cool down.

  3. Diamond Head view of Waikiki Oahu Hawaii
    Waikiki

    Shop til you drop or sip a pineapple cocktail on the beach in Waikiki. Later, dance the night away at one of its many music venues.

  4. Bakery Oahu Hawaii
    Culinary

    Bite into a sweet, doughy, crispy malasadas and savor succulent pork that has been slow-roasted for over 8 hours above in an underground Imu (underground oven). Ono! (Delicious!) Hawaii is a great journey for your palette as well as your soul.

  5. Water sports Oahu Hawaii
    Water Sports

    Learn to surf where the locals do at Hans Hedemann’s surf school in Honolulu, then hit up the calm waves at Laniakea and world class surf at Ehukai beach. If stand-up paddleboarding is more your speed, go to the local favorite, Kailua beach. Want to experience something new? Snuba, a supercool hybrid of scuba and snorkeling, allows you to experience the thrill of scuba diving without any lengthy lessons or certification.

  6. Hiking Oahu Hawaii
    Hiking

    Trek to the top of Diamond Head trail to see a panoramic view of the city and ocean. If you are seeking a more challenging trail, hike Kaena Point to view tiny pools of crustaceans and other small fishes.

  7. King Kamehameha Statue Oahu Hawaii
    Hawaiian History and Culture

    See Iolani Palace. The royal residence of Hawaii’s last two reigning monarchs, King Kalakaua (1874-1891) & Queen Liliuokalani (1891-1893) until the overthrow. The palace was reopened as a museum in 1978 and features important Hawaiian cultural and historical artifacts.

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