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Oahu Activities

Oahu is called the "Heart of Hawaii," so it's the appropriate home to Hawaii's widest range of popular activities and famous sights. You’ll find an activity and attraction for every inclination, from the North Shore to the Makapuu Lighthouse on the island’s southeast tip. 

Things to Do on Oahu

Oahu Beaches

Oahu Beaches

From world-famous Waikiki to the North Shore's legendary surf spots and the relaxed atmosphere of Makaha Beach, there are beaches for every type of traveler on Oahu.

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Oahu Land Activities

Oahu Land Activities

From hiking and biking to museums and golf, there's lots to do during your visit.

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Oahu Water Activities

Oahu Water Activities

Legendary surfing, amazing snorkeling, boat trips and more.

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Air Activities

Air Activities

Skydiving, parasailing, helicopter tours and more.

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Oahu Attractions and Activities

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Tour 55
Oahu
E Noa Tours
Summary

Personalized, air-conditioned 25-27 passenger deluxe mini-bus sightseeing tours of Oahu's most popular attractions escorted by knowledgeable Hawaiiana certified drivers. Customized charters available. Group and travel agent discounts available.

Tradewinds1
Oahu
Maita'i Catamaran
2255 Kalakaua Ave, Ste 3404
Boards all sails on the beach behind the Sheraton Waikiki
Honolulu, HI 96815
Summary

Waikiki Beach sailing catamaran. Tradewind Sails $39, Sunset Maitai Sail $49 includes drinks, Mahina Moonlight Sail $49 includes drinks. Special child rates! Charters, parties, groups welcome! Boards all sails on the beach behind the Sheraton Waikiki.

KoHana Distillers
Oahu
KoHana Distillers
92-1770 Kunia Road
Box 227
Kunia, HI 96759
Summary

KōHana Distillers is a vertically integrated rum distillery based in central Oahu. KōHana grows heirloom Hawaiian sugarcane that thrived 800 years before the plantations ever existed. The hope is to allow people to experience heirloom varieties again.

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