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Oahu features a nice balance of modern city life and shimmering shorelines. With pleasant temperatures and plentiful sunshine year-round, there really is no bad time to visit.

Oahu is separated into five main areas: Honolulu; is the vibrant epicenter of Hawaii and primary entry point into Hawaii. It features a vibrant nightlife with five diamond resorts and restaurants. The North Shore; is a surf mecca, attracting surfers and competitions from around the world. The Windward Coast; features scenic views of the island over the mountainous Pali highway and white sand beaches of the Pacific Ocean. Central Oahu;is home to rural towns and off-the-beaten-path beaches. The Leeward Coast is home to the beautiful Ko Olina resort area.

Every sea adventure you can think of is a possibility on Oahu from surfing lessons, boating, diving snorkeling fishing, parasailing, whale watching and more. On land, feel the exhilaration of riding down a trail on a mountain bike, off-roading on an ATV, or hiking one of Oahu’s thirty-five trails. For the truly fearless, take a 17,000 foot skydive and marvel at a North Shore view few have seen

Don't miss historic gathering place of Waikiki Beach, the National Pearl Harbor Memorial,that memorializing the December 7, 1941 attacks, the North Shore surfing competitions,Iolani Palace, the only official state residence of royalty in the United States and home to the Hawaiian Kingdom’s last two monarchs and get a taste of some of Hawaii’s most famous Hawaii Regional Cuisine.

The three major resort destinations on Oahu include Waikiki, east Honolulu and the North Shore. You can choose to stay at a luxury resort, hotel, bed and breakfast, rental cottage and condo that are located throughout the island.

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