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Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor

4.5/5616 Reviews
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Port/Bay
Business hours TBA (Local time)
A large seaport in Hawaii, Pearl Harbor is flanked by mountains on three sides and faces the sea towards another. The harbor is famous around the world due to the bombing of Pearl Harbor, a well-knowned surprise attack launched by the Japanese Navy on the US Pacific Fleet during the Second World War. Now the US government has designated the place as a base for education in patriotism. You may visit the Hall of Historical Exhibition, Memorial of Fleet, and Memorial of Aviation. WWII armaments align the embankments, where many valuable objects from the war are also on display.
Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach

4.6/5647 Reviews
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Beach
Resort
Open all day (Local time)
Waikiki Beach is a popular and famous destination in Honolulu, Hawaii. Locals are extremely friendly and pleasant. The highlight of this is a stretch that runs between the Hyatt Regency Hotel and the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel. There are fine white sandy beaches, lush coconut trees and wonderful shopping lining the main street beside the ocean. The sea is calm and safe to swim in. You can dive, surf, kayak, sunbathe on the beach, or take a sunset stroll along the beach. The beach is most magnificent at sunset. The beach is particularly busy at night. Restaurants and bars are full of people drinking cocktails and enjoying Hawaii's special local hula and fire dance performances.
Hanauma Bay

Hanauma Bay

4.5/5446 Reviews
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November-March: Wednesday-Monday 6:00-18:00, April-October: Wednesday-Monday 6:00-19:00, the second and fourth Saturdays of each month 6:00-22 :00 (Local time)
Hanauma Bay is a natural bay at Diamond Head. Its shallow water and calm seas make it a perfect spot for snorkeling and swimming. One may watch a video footage upon arriving at Hanauma Bay, which introduces how the bay was formed and its ecological environment. After the film, one may head downhill and make for the locker room to change into swimming suits. The beach boasts delicate sand and clear water. One may either play on the beach or go swimming and snorkeling under water. The further into the sea, the more natural coral reeves and colorful species of fish there are.
Kualoa Ranch

Kualoa Ranch

4.6/5385 Reviews
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Farm
Business hours TBA (Local time)
Kualoa is a traditional ranch run by a local family in Oahu, Hawaii. The ranch is scenic and diverse in terrain with its precipitous cliffs, billowing seas, luscious tropical rain forests, sprawling valleys, pristine white sand beaches, leafy promontories, to name a few. The ranch comprises two major sections, with Kaʻaʻawa Valley, in the north, where many movies and TV shows have been filmed, and in the south
Diamond Head

Diamond Head

4.5/5423 Reviews
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Volcano
Monday to Sunday 6:00-18:00, the park has a minimum entry time of 16:30. (Local time)
When you imagine the excitement early visitors to Diamond Head must have felt when they confused calcite deposits with real diamonds, it's easy to forgive their misnaming this extinct volcano. Today the state maintains a little monument, complete with a path leading up and through the mountain in former army bunkers. The trek is topped off with one of the best views of Honolulu from the summit. After filling up your camera's memory card head on back into the crater and consider enjoying some shave ice. There is a truck there that has got this cold snack down, just don't let the local population of pushy peacocks intimidate you into sharing.
Nu'uanu Pali Lookout

Nu'uanu Pali Lookout

4.4/5257 Reviews
Observation Deck
Weather permitting 9:00-16:00 (Local time)
The Nuuanu Pali Lookout is the site of a 1795 battle between King Kamehameha and the forces of Oahu. In his bid to unite the Hawaiian Islands Kamehameha used modern technology and the assistance of foreign advisers to crush this final stronghold and bring a short lived unified kingdom to the islands. The Pali Lookout was the site of the last stand of Oahu's forces, many of whom were pushed to their death from the towering cliff that gives this area it's scenic beauty. Visitors today will enjoy breathtaking views of windward Oahu from this point. Don't be careless though. Winds are known to whip through this area in excess of fifty miles per hour, so don't end up reliving the tumble so many a Hawaiian warrior did.
Missouri Battleship Memorial

Missouri Battleship Memorial

4.5/5154 Reviews
Memorial Hall
Business hours TBA (Local time)
Of Pearl Harbor's many historic ships the affectionately named "Mighty Mo" might just be the most famous one still holding water. It was from the deck of this very vessel that General Douglas MacArthur signed the document officially signifying the end of the war in the pacific, and generally putting the final nail in the coffin on one of the world's darkest chapters. The huge guns found adorning this proud battleship are now a remnant of an era long since past in terms of naval strategy. Take the opportunity to check out this fleeting example of the pinnacle of cannoned bearing ocean power that also happens to be one of the most historic battleships in the fleet.
USS Arizona Memorial

USS Arizona Memorial

4.5/5182 Reviews
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Memorial Hall
Business hours TBA (Local time)
The USS Arizona was perhaps the most famous ship sunk on December the seventh, 1941 at Pearl Harbor. This massive vessel took more than one thousand sailors down with her, whose bodies she still protects today. This is one of the most moving memorials this side of the yet to be completed freedom towers in New York City. Visitors here are treated to a shuttle that takes them to the memorial, offers professional and moving narration, before returning to the main park grounds. Best of all, admission to this historic location is absolutely free, although it's based on a first come first served basis. Worth noting are the black tears of the Arizona. These minute traces of oil have been leaking from the vessel since she went down, and are thought to represent the constant tears shed as America never forgets this "date that shall live in infamy."
Dole Plantation

Dole Plantation

4.2/5263 Reviews
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Botanical Garden
10:00-17:00, Christmas break. (Local time)
The Dole Plantation has to be the easiest sell of any attraction on Oahu. Who in their right mind would miss an opportunity to explore a facility that is home to such a delectable treat as pineapple? The fun is taken up another irresistible notch by the cooking staff who have created several specialty dishes that use this tropical fruit, top among them the pineapple whip, a famous local favorite. Combine these tasty treats with a nostalgic Pineapple Express train tour and a journey through the official largest maze in the world and you have an attraction that's overflowing with fun. The plantation is located right along the way to the North Shore if you are coming from Waikiki, making it an easy stopover.
Iolani Palace

Iolani Palace

4.4/5140 Reviews
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Palace
Monday to Saturday 9:00-16:00, ticketing time 8:30-15:45. (Local time)
The Iolani Palace has a lot of unique distinctions associated with it. Constructed in 1882 by David "The Merrie Monarch" Kalakaua,this beautiful building happens to be the only Palace in the United States. Additionally, it had electricity a full four years before the White House, Windsor Palace and the Imperial Palace of Japan, flushing toilets before any palace anywhere, and was the first place in Honolulu to have a working telephone. There are a number of beautifully landscaped gardens surrounding this historic building, and tours proceed throughout the complex every thirty minutes. Adorned with authentic Hawaiian memorabilia, tours of this facility provide both a lesson in history and a look at a wide range of native art.
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