Aloha and welcome to Hawaii’s largest city of Honolulu. This gateway to the iconic islands is equal parts tropical paradise and bustling city. Everything centers around the neighborhood of Waikiki with its beautiful and world-famous crescent beach lined with palm trees and large hotels, restaurants and exciting nightlife. Honolulu is where everything begins in Hawaii and from exploring the other famous islands like Maui and Kauai to delving into the local culture, it all starts here. Here are just a few of the many amazing things you do in Honolulu and the surrounding area.
Catch Some Waves Down at the Best Beaches. In Honolulu, you have your choice of many great beaches. There’s a reason, however, why Hawaii is heaven for surfers—that’s because of the warm waters and near perfect conditions. What’s great is that there are beaches for any skill level. For example, Kewalos is an excellent spot for beginners to learn how to ride their first pipe. Those looking for something challenging will want to head to Banzai Pipeline where they can take on some serious. Other great beaches include Sunset Beach and Sandy Beach which are both famous as being two of the most beautiful beaches in Hawaii.
Charter a Course for an Island Adventure. From the great marinas in Honolulu, you can set off from any kind of boating adventure. With its year-round warm climate, you can enjoy all kinds of boating activities even when the thermometer is reading negative twelve degrees back home. Honolulu sits on Oahu, the largest Hawaiian island. This island alone has so much to discover from coral reefs and waterfalls, coves and so much more. Just outside of the city is the stunning Hanauma marine reserve, an excellent diving and snorkeling spot for catching a glimpse of some of the local wildlife.
Get a Taste of the Local Culture and Cuisine. Many people head to Hawaii to enjoy the beaches and the islands’ natural beauty. There’s even more to explore too. Honolulu is packed with all kinds of exciting activities. You can take a trip back in town and discover the Iolani Palace, which was once the home of the Hawaiian royalty. The city’s also famous for its Art District which is connected to its historic Chinatown district. Even inside the city, you can even find little canyons, waterfalls and more. Reserve your charter today to get a taste of this fantastic city.