This is an island of activity. Whether you’re learning to surf in legendary Waikiki, hiking through the rich rainforests of Waimea Valley, snorkeling or swimming with dolphins, or watching the brilliant pastels of dusk fade off of Sunset Beach, you’ll find variety at every turn on Oahu.
Hawaii is golf heaven. Plan your trip to include a pre- or post-meeting golf excursion among more than seventy amazing golf courses on six geographically distinct islands. Experience breathtaking scenery, unforgettable signature holes and championship-caliber course design with features such as greens lined with volcanic rough and stunning seaside water hazards.
It’s warm in Hawaii, (average year-round temperature is 77 degrees F or 25 degrees C), so pack your summer attire – but bring a light jacket or sweater for the evenings. Suits and ties are very rarely worn here. Bring some casual dress clothes or resort wear if you plan on experiencing Hawaii’s nightlife. You can buy an aloha shirt and flip-flops (or slippers, as the locals call them) when you get here.
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Hawaii’s Visitor Guides
Honolulu Academy of Arts
The Contemporary Museum
Waikiki Trolley Tours and Rentals
University of Hawaii at Manoa Art Gallery
Hawaii Opera Theatre
Paradise Cove Luau
Polynesian Culture Center
City and County of Honolulu Golf Courses