Things to Do in Honolulu, Hawaii That You Shouldn't Miss
Sep 23, 2019
Embrace Honolulu, for the posts or blogs written about it do not do justice to its beauty and history. Head there to explore it by yourself.
Climb the 760 ft hike up this tuff cone, Diamond Head State Monument, and you will know your efforts were worth it once you reach the crater created 300,000 years ago.
Relax at the golden shore of Waikiki Beach overlooking the Diamond Head.
Visit the USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor, the resting place of 1,102 of the 1,177 people killed during the surprise Japanese attack.
Hike the unique trail of 1,000 railroad tiles of Koko Crater Trail to lose yourself in the panoramic views of Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve.
Take a guided tour of the ancient castle, Iolani Palace, built in 1882 housing the details of Hawaiian final monarchs, and marvel at the Hawaiian architecture.
Embrace nature at a tuff ring at Hanauma Bay, along the coast of Island of Oʻahu, a natural reserve with many species of fishes, turtles and colorful coral reefs.
The joyful water splashing on you at Manoa Falls, a 100 ft tall waterfall, is an unbeatable experience.
Trek the Makapuu Lighthouse Trail for some awesome scenic views leading to an early nineteenth century lighthouse.
With 1,200 miles of coral reef, it does not come as a surprise that Hawaii offers some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling options. Dive into the turquoise waters to feed the adventurous soul in you.
When in Honolulu, make sure you taste Poke, Poi, Spam Musubi and other dishes and beverages of Hawaii. Get ready for amazing flavors melting in your mouth perfectly. They surely will raise your #foodgoals bar!