Things to Do in Honolulu Hawaii

Things to Do in Honolulu Hawaii
Situated on the shores of Oahu, Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii and near the famous Waikiki Beach. Travelers to this spectacular city find an abundance of history, traditions and amazing scenery. See Honolulu from the land, from the sky and under the water to get a complete picture of this remarkable place. Memories from your adventures in this paradise can last a lifetime.

Dive the Deep Blue Waters

Spend your days exploring the waters filled with marine life and shipwrecks around the Honolulu area and other island sites. Daily dives are offered for all ages and levels from beginner to advanced divers. Learn from the qualified NAUI and PADI certified instructors all you need to begin your underwater exploration. Pick from numerous locations including famous shipwrecks or astonishing reefs. Select from daily early morning or afternoon dives. Contact Oahu Diving for more information and prices. Take advantage of a customer service guarantee and free transportation in the Honolulu area.

Oahu Diving
377 Keahole
Honolulu, HI 96825
(808) 721-4210


Learn how to stay on top of the magnificent waves from professional Honolulu City firefighters at Hawaiian Fire. Feel the security provided by these experts as you take on the exhilarating sport of surfing. Select from daily packages starting at either 7 or 9:30 a.m. that include two hours of lessons and 2 ½ more hours of invigorating fun in the water. Premium lessons with groups of up to three for $99 each or receive one-on-one instruction for $179 for adults and $129 for children. All necessary equipment is provided along with free transportation from the Waikiki vicinity to and from a private beach location.

Hawaiian Fire
3318 Campbell Ave.
Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96815
(808) 737 3473
(808) 737 8908 (Fax)
(888) 955-7873 (Toll Free)

Explore the Famous Crater

Diamond Head State Monument is off Diamond Head Road between 18th Avenue and Makapu'u Avenue in Honolulu and can be seen from all over the area. Put on your hiking boots, pack some water and a flashlight and head to the highest point in the region. Trek through underground tunnels, up two flights of stairs and aged military bunkers to get to the top that offers astounding views of the south shore of the island. The park is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily; cost is $1 to walk in or $5 per car and the hike is considered moderate.

Diamond Head State Monument
Department of Land & Natural Resources
Division of State Parks
1151 Punchbowl St., Room 310
Honolulu, HI 96809
(808) 587-0300

Article Written By Diane Dilov-Schultheis

Diane Dilov-Schultheis has been writing professionally since 2000. She is a food and travel writer who also specializes in gaming, satellites, RV repair, gardening, finances and electronics. She is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and has been published online at the Travel Channel and Intel.

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