Honolulu and Oahu Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Honolulu and Oahu - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Duke Kahanamoku Beach

  • Beach–Sight

Named for Hawaii's famous Olympic swimming champion, Duke Kahanamoku, this is a hard-packed beach with the only shade trees on the sand...

Fort DeRussy Beach Park

  • Beach–Sight

This is one of the finest beaches on the south side of Oahu. A wide, soft, ultrawhite beachfront with gently lapping waves makes it a...

Gray's Beach

  • Beach–Sight

A little guesthouse called Gray's-by-the-Sea stood here in the 1920s; now it's a gathering place for eclectic beach types from sailing...

Hawaii Pirate Ship Adventures

  • Tour–Sight

The Treasure Seeker, an 83-foot black galleon, sailed from San Diego to Hawaii in 2013 to bring swashbuckling fun to Waikiki waters.

Honolulu Zoo

  • Zoo/Aquarium

There are bigger and better zoos, but this one, though showing signs of neglect due to budget constraints, is a lush garden and has some...

Kahaloa and Ulukou Beaches

  • Beach–Sight

The beach widens back out here, creating the "it" spot for the bikini crowd. Beautiful bodies abound. This is where you find most of...

Kapiolani Bandstand

  • Arts/Performance Venue

The Victorian-style Kapiolani Bandstand, which was originally built in the late 1890s, is Kapiolani Park's stage for community entertainment...

Kuhio Beach Park

  • Beach–Sight

This beach has experienced a renaissance after a recent face-lift. Now bordered by a landscaped boardwalk, it's great for romantic walks...

Queen's Surf Beach

  • Beach–Sight

So named as it was once the site of Queen Liliuokalani's beach house, this beach draws a mix of families and gay couples—and it seems...

Sans Souci State Recreational Park

  • Beach–Sight

Nicknamed Dig-Me Beach because of its outlandish display of skimpy bathing suits, this small rectangle of sand is nonetheless a good...

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