Honolulu Oahu is the capital of Hawaii that spans from the southeastern part of Oahu and eastern part of Pearl Harbour to the Makapuʻu Point. The city's tropical climate gives it both dry and wet seasons even during summer and winter, but most of the time it is sunny in Honolulu Oahu.
The first settlers in Honolulu Oahu are the Polynesian which showed traces dating as far as the 11th century. In 1804, this place was conquered by Kamehameha I and in it became a territory of the United States in 1898.
Events, Landmarks, Activities
Honolulu Oahu is known for its festivals including the Hawaii State Fair which is held every August at the Aloha Stadium and the Annual Honulu Festival which is held every March in different venues. Both feature various cultural offerings, live entertainment and local food. A trip to Honolulu won't be complete without visiting its great beaches including the world-famous Waikiki Beach. Other popular beaches include the Ala Moana Park and Hanauma Bay. In memory of the Pearl Harbour bombing, visit the USS Arizona Memorial and National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Must-see museums in Honolulu Oahu include the Bishop Museum and Iolani Palace. The perfect family adventure includes a trip to the Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium and Sea Life Park.
Most tourists prefer to explore Honolulu by driving a car but make sure to get a map since the roads can get confusing and also expect heavy traffic in the city. Another great alternative is the bus or taxi for those who have a hard time navigating.