Hanaumu Bay is a wide and sheltered bay is set in a rugged volcanic ring on the south eastern side of Oahu. The water is the most gorgeous sapphire and turquoise colour. A great area for snorkelling amongst the coral and marine life.
This store has a wonderful selection of Hawaiian and Japanese fabrics including lots of indigos. I enjoyed visiting the Kaimuki neighborhood which is fairly low key and a nice break from Waikiki.
Don't spend a bundle in Waikiki for your island wear, you can get great clothes for your trip at the Goodwill store on Beretania in Honolulu.
Nice place to go snorkeling, however quite over visited worn down lots of dead coral better for pictures.
Laie Point also offers a great view of Windward Oahu, not often seen by visitors to the island. Here Margaret and Nadine try to compete with the view.
Just across from Kualoa Ranch are some great areas to pull over and get some great shots of China Man's Hat, and the Windward side of Oahu. It doesnt get much nicer then this...
Nu'uanu Pali Lookout give you a great view of
windward Oahu with the surrounding mountains looking toward the ocean.
A beautiful view of the windward side of the coast seen from a lookout point 1200 feet high,there was a very nice State Park also.
Although Oahu is the most populated island of the Hawaiian chain. If you look you can still find the deserted beach.
Saw some turtles along the shore when we were coming in from surfing and ended up spending the morning with them.
Upon arrival to the Halekulani you are greeted at the desk and assigned a staff member to tour you...more
2417 Prince Edward Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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1277 Mokulua Drive, Kailua, Hawaii, United States
Good for: Families