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Kualoa Ranch is a one-stop adventure playground and a highlight for many travellers to O’ahu!
This working cattle ranch is one of the largest tracts of accessible nature on Oahu and offers visitors a huge variety of ways to interact with Hawaii’s stunning landscapes. They include bouncing along on an ATV tour, exploring the trails on a horseback ride, soaring through the jungle canopy on a zipline tour, cruising by catamaran around Kaneohe Bay, discovering Oahu’s famous film sites on a movie tour, and sunbathing on a white-sand beach.
Arguably one of the most significant World War II sites on the planet, which saw the lives of 2,403 lost. Be apart and experience a part of U.S. history by taking a day trip to Pearl Harbour. While there, take a short boat trip out to the Arizona Memorial, a very moving event as it sits atop the sunken hull of the battleship USS Arizona.
Surfing was born in Hawaii and is deeply intertwined with its history and culture. If you dream of riding the waves, there’s no better place to learn how to surf and truly commune with the ocean. Waikiki is the best spot to get on your feet and ride your first wave.
A visit to the Hawaiian Islands is not complete without experiencing a luau! A traditional Hawaiian party or feast that is usually accompanied by entertainment. It may feature food such as poi, Kalua pig, poke, lomi salmon, opihi and haupia with traditional Hawaiian music and hula.
Head to Hanauma Bay for great snorkelling its far less touristy than Waikiki Beach and the sea is calm and shallow. The white sand is silky and the water boasts the highest fish population in O’ahu, so you certainly have all the ingredients for a superior snorkelling experience.
Waikele Premium Outlets, O‘ahu is the place to go for bargains! Just a 30 min drive from Waikiki you’ll find the only outlet shopping centre on O‘ahu. With more than 50 shops, you’ll be sure to find a good buy! Then onto the world’s largest open-air shopping centre, Ala Moana. More than 350 shops and restaurants are bound to keep you busy for at least a couple of hours. Michael Kors for handbags, Sephora for makeup and Victoria Secrets for underwear! There’s plenty for all budgets. Get a trolley car there (lots of fun), but better to get a cab back (too many shopping bags).
The North Shore is loaded with major attractions on Oahu, so why not consider a day trip; travel through the old town Haleiwa, step onto famous beaches like Waimea Bay, Pipeline, and Sunset Beach, hike up to Waimea Falls, and check out the famous food trucks!
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