O‘ahu Travel Maps
Travel Maps of O‘ahu
Best known for its historic district and Chinatown, Honolulu stretches from Honolulu International Airport to the ridges and valleys of the Ko‘olau Mountains.
The quintessential O‘ahu destination, Waikiki has beaches with gentle surf and warm water, great weather year-round, ocean activities, shopping, and dining, and is home to the majority of the hotels on the island.
Central, Leeward, and Windward O‘ahu
A drive up the windward coast is a trip back in time, with weathered wooden fruit stands offering family farm goods. It’s a leisurely drive that should be enjoyed at every turn in the road. Constantly battered by wind and chop, the southeast corner of O‘ahu is one of the drier locales of the island. The coastline is dramatic; the island seems to fall into the ocean here. On the leeward side, the most heavily visited sight on O‘ahu is Pearl Harbor. A placid, deep-water harbor, it still evokes a military presence and sense of reverence for the people who lost their lives there.
O‘ahu’s rural North Shore is all about beautiful beaches, diving, surfing, and snorkeling. The coastline is natural and unspoiled, and the beaches are the hallmark of tropical bliss.
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