Honolulu attracts tourists interested in sunbathing, lying on the beach, shopping, eating great food and enjoying the nightlife. The city also offers opportunities for outdoor adventure, as well as access to other recreational hot spots.
Surfing is one of the main sports that people want to learn in Hawaii, and Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head are great spots in Honolulu for you to try out the waves.
You can head to Hanauma Bay in the Hawaii Kai area of Honolulu and rent snorkeling gear to see the marine life.
Wind Surfing and Kayaking
According to Hawaiigaga.com, Kailua Beach, northeast of Honolulu, is one of Hawaii's best beaches, and windsurfing and ocean kayaking are some of the activities you can do here.
You can go hiking to explore Hawaii's natural beauty at Honolulu's Manoa Falls.
According to Rockclimbinghawaii.com, Mokuleia, northwest of Honolulu, is the most developed area on the island for climbing.