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More than you imagined, Oahu is a rich and romantic honeymoon destination. Hold hands under the blue skies of Waimea Bay, leaving footprints in the sand. Unwind in the gentle waves of Waikiki. Enjoy a couple's lomilomi massage in one of Oahu’s fine resorts. 112 miles of sandy beaches and endless activities await the two of you on Oahu.
Say goodbye to the stresses of wedding planning as you both explore the beauty of Oahu's outdoors. Discover the sweet, rustic charm of the North Shore. Kayak to the Mokulua Islands off of beautiful Kailua Beach. Explore the Koolau mountains by horseback at Kualoa Ranch. Hike, take a tandem surfing lesson, go on a sunset sail, or even skydive together. The adventures are endless.
And the fun doesn’t stop as the sun sets. Explore Oahu’s vibrant culture and arts scene at lively festivals or monthly events like First Friday in Downtown Honolulu and Chinatown. Listen to live music and get a taste of Hawaii Regional Cuisine at some of Hawaii’s finest restaurants. You can even spend 24-hours in Waikiki, experiencing a whirlwind of activities together.
From romantic sunsets to candlelight dinners celebrating your new life together, the “Heart of Hawaii” is where you’ll discover the honeymoon of your dreams.
At Pearl Harbor Tours we strive to be the most convenient, entertaining, personalized and safest tours on the road here in Hawaii so you can enjoy a stress-free experience visiting Oahuʻs top attractions. Our small group tours of 12 passengers or less will make you feel part of our ohana. Join Us.
Master Destination Specialist for all Hawaiian Islands. I have visited all of the islands many times and would love to share my knowledge with you. I can plan your dream honeymoon or destination wedding.
Still & Moving Center is a local and global hub for mindful movement. Activities at Still & Moving Center are available in person and online! Call us to book corporate & private groups, private sessions & group classes, focused on wellness and Hawaiian culture.
The Hawaii Okinawa Center (HOC) is the “home” of the Hawaii United Okinawa Association. The Hawaii United Okinawa Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to promote, perpetuate and preserve Okinawan culture. For more information, visit www.huoa.org.
The historic Hawaii Theatre is a 1400-seat multi-purpose performing arts center for music, dance, drama, national/international tours/festivals, film, and meetings.
In the Polynesian Cultural Center is our Mahinalani Gift Shop, displaying the finest traditional arts and crafts from Samoa, New Zealand, Marquesas, Fiji, Tonga, Tahiti, and the Hawaiian Islands. Take with you a piece of Polynesia.
Visit Laie (www.visitlaie.com) is a destination website, created by the town’s stakeholders and partners as a way for more visitors and families to learn about the wonderful activities and natural beauty that Laie has to offer.
At our Luau Site, step back in time 100 years to the Hawaii of yesterday and "Experience Ohana" as you dine under palm trees and stars at our beach while being entertained Hawaiian-style. We also offer professional Polynesian entertainment for weddings, parties and conventions at your event space.
Aloha Festivals is a statewide non-profit, multi-cultural festival formed in 1946 and held each September. It features over 100 events: parades, street parties, cultural displays and more. Most events free with discounts offered to ribbon wearers.
Voted the #1 paid attraction in Hawaii, the Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu's North Shore offers 6 Pacific Island villages and exhibits. Featuring Hawaii's most authentic luau, and our award-winning show, "Hā: Breath of Life.” Visit us for an unforgettable experience great for the whole family.
Things to Do on Oahu
Whether you’d like to ride the waves or find the perfect spot to lounge on the sand, there’s a beach in Oahu to satisfy your desires.More
From cultural landmarks to outdoor adventures, there’s lots of ways to experience Oahu.More