A SCENIC DRIVE FROM WAIKĪKĪ BEACH TO O‘AHU’S NORTH SHORE AND PLACES IN-BETWEEN.
HANG TEN. HANG LOOSE. HANG OUT.
For generations, Waikīkī Beach on O‘ahu has showcased the iconic Hawai‘i. Who can resist
a hike up Lē‘ahi (Diamond Head), sun-drenched surf lessons or a sunset on the world’s most
famous beach? But for those who love the urban-ocean mix of O‘ahu, Waikīkī is just the
Nearby, Kapahulu is fun, with funky shops and unique eateries. From there, head to Nu‘uanu
Pali Lookout for a view of Windward O‘ahu and the good things to come. The coastline leads
you to O‘ahu’s fabled North Shore and the surf town of Hale‘iwa, where summer waves are mild,
but winter is reserved for the pros.
Beyond surf and sea, you’ll discover historic places with their own
stories to tell: Bishop Museum, ‘Iolani Palace, Pearl Harbor. And
wherever your travels lead you, take a few moments to savor the
local flavors, from exotic fruits in Chinatown to farm-fresh menus.
Ke Ala O Ka Hua Mele
February - October 2014
March 7-9, 2014
The Hapalua -
Hawai‘i’s Half Marathon
April 13, 2014
Mele Mei & Lei Day
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