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The Hawaiian island that has it all

Oahu is where most people start their visit to Hawaii. Whether you try your hand at surfing on Waikiki Beach or head to the north shore and watch the experts ride the monster waves; admire the historic architecture of Iolani Palace or pay your respects at Pearl Harbour; take a hike on iconic Diamond Head or explore the shops of Honolulu, where you’ll find variety at every turn.

Why visit?

  • World-famous Waikiki Beach
  • Learn to surf
  • Historic sights
  • Glorious panoramic views
  • Whale watching opportunities
  • Shopping paradise
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Coconut Waikiki Hotel - Mountain View Room

Coconut Waikiki Beach

From £87 pp
Bronze Plus

Located in the heart of Waikiki, with views of the Koolau Mountains and the beach just steps away.

Hilton Waikiki Beach - Pool

Hilton Waikiki Beach

From £99 pp
Silver

Hilton Waikiki Beach is only one block from the sea and has Diamond Head as a stunning backdrop.

Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort - Exterior

Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort

From £99 pp
Silver Plus

In the heart of Waikiki, directly on the beach.

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The facts:

Getting there: There are no non-stop flights from the UK to Hawaii. Flights via Los Angeles or San Francisco to Honolulu on Oahu take approximately 19 hours.

Best time to travel: Oahu tends to be drier on the west coast while the east coast is wetter and greener. Generally, the weather is pretty agreeable all year round in Hawaii with June to October being the warmest and the heaviest rainfall can be expected in December and January. If you’re into big waves, you’ll want to visit during the winter months.

Oahu climate:

Oahu Climate Chart