Known as the "Gathering Place," Oahu is Hawaii's most populous island, home to world-famous Waikiki with its exciting beach scene and stunning Diamond Head backdrop. On the rugged North Shore the best surfers in the world conquer giant waves. Oahu also hosts the Pearl Harbour Museum just North of Honolulu. Whether you're up for some surfing, kayaking, whale watching, skydiving, hang gliding, or a relaxing dinner cruise, Oahu's has something for everyone.
Waikiki Paddle Boards
Waikiki Beach Evening
Oahu Sail Sunset
Oahu may be number three in size among its fellow islands in the Hawaiian chain, but it is first in population. Nearly 900,000 people share Oahu's 600 square miles of mountains and beaches. Almost half live in the bustling city of Honolulu and nearby resort town of Waikiki. Oahu is also the most visited of all the Hawaiian Islands, at approximately 4.5 million visitors
Oahu is primarily defined by the state capital of Honolulu, Pearl Harbour, and the world-famous Waikiki Beach. These areas host thousands of tourists daily.
Oahu Tourist Attractions
• Diamond Head
• Hanauma Bay
• Pearl Harbour National Memorial
• Waikiki Beach
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