Here are a few of our most popular Honolulu (Oahu) resorts:
Only steps away from Waikiki Beach, the Waikiki Beachcomber is home of the Maui Brewing Co. and is located next door to the International Market Place.
From surf lessons to mai tais at Duke’s, you’ll see why this beachfront resort captures the spirit of Waikiki like no other.
A family-friendly resort offering stunning natural surroundings, luxurious amenities, vibrant dining options, and adventurous daily activities.
Things to do in Honolulu
Pearl Harbor, Arizona Memorial & PunchbowlExplore history and the land that was once another country. View the historic displays and film of the 1941 attack on the "date that will live in infamy". Then you will board a U.S. Navy launch for the short trip to the memorial itself. Tour provided by Worldstar
Diamond Head LuauHawaii's only farm to table Luau experience! Guests enjoy locally sourced and locally grown foods with a menu of items fit for royalty! Prior to dinner there are cultural activities: lei making, tattoos (temporary), hula lessons, coconut-headband weaving, and ukulele lessons. Local chefs are on hand as they share their inspiration for some of the pupus and entree items. Tour provided by Worldstar.
Oahu Grand Circle Island TourExperience Kualoa Ranch, one of the most sacred places on the island of Oahu, for a tram tour that journeys from the foothills of the Ranch to the base of the majestic Kualoa Mountains. This tour features an informative video, friendly guides, and terrific photo opportunities. Tour provided by Worldstar
Check out our favorite things to do in Honolulu (Oahu):
- Immerse yourself in Hawaiian history in the state’s capitol city of Honolulu.
- Spend an evening exploring the sparkling streets of downtown.
- Enjoy a picnic on the world-famous, sun-kissed sands Waikiki Beach.
- Hula under the stars at an authentic Luau.
- Conquer the rugged trails of Diamondhead and KoKo Head Craters.
- Get a dose of Hollywood in Hawaii at the film sites of blockbuster movies at Kualoa Ranch.
- Make a pitstop for fresh garlic shrimp and locally-grown pineapple at a roadside stand.
Additional information on Honolulu (Oahu):
Discover everything Honolulu (Oahu) has to offer. There are countless aquatic activities, fantastic food, and beauty in every corner. Try your hand at surfing for the first time, experience an authentic luau, hike to the top of a volcano, sip a fruity cocktail, take a deep dive into the state’s fantastic and historical culture, or just kick back on your favorite beach. With all the great deals that Southwest Vacations offers on Honolulu (Oahu) vacations, spectacular excursions are well within your reach.
And Hawaii is the perfect place to bring the kids for a family-friendly vacation or take that special someone for a trip beyond special. We have packages and flight options for every type of traveler.
Honolulu vacation FAQWhat is the best month to visit Honolulu?
The best time to visit Honolulu is from mid-April to early June or between September and mid-December during the shoulder seasons when it is less crowded, festivals are happening, and room rates and airfare are lower.
How much is a trip to Honolulu?
A one week vacation in Honolulu usually costs around $1,500 for one person.
How many days do you need in Honolulu?
Five days is how many days you need to visit Honolulu to give you enough time to explore the south and north shores, discover the best beaches, experience a luau, and see the most notable sights.
Is Honolulu expensive to visit?
The average daily cost to vacation in Honolulu can range from $250-$500 per day depending the accommodations, meals, transportation, and activities you choose.