Oahu Activities

From relaxing on the beach to outdoor adventures, you'll find plenty of Oahu Things to Do!

One of the best things about a stay at Ambassador Hotel Waikiki Beach is the many Oahu Things to Do located nearby. The ideal location of our Honolulu Hotel makes it easy to enjoy surfing, snorkeling, and other activities at the world-famous Waikiki Beach-located just a short walk from our Hawaii Accommodations. Other popular activities include hiking, shopping, dining, and visiting the historical attractions that provide a glimpse into the past of our fascinating Island. 

Oahu’s North Shore is a great Day Trip from Waikiki. See this Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Oahu Things to Do: How to Spend a Day on the North Shore of Oahu’ for a guide on how to make the most of a day visiting the North Shore.

December 13, 2019
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Karen Fields

When you visit Oahu, you could be overwhelmed with the number of fantastic things to do, see and experience on the island. Surely, one of the best destinations to explore at least for one day is Oahu’s North Shore. Known for giant waves, great food, wonderful town, pleasant beaches, Sea Turtles, Dol...

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Waikiki is the center for activities, shopping, restaurants and more on Oahu. See this Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Oahu Things to Do: How to Spend a Day in Waikiki’ for a guide on how to make the most of a day in Waikiki.

November 25, 2019
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Karen Fields

Waikiki is a neighborhood in Honolulu on Oahu and is a stretch of land, approximately a half mile wide and approximately two miles long. The main street, Kalakaua Avenue runs the length of Waikiki and is lined with many shops, restaurants, high rise residential buildings and hotels. To the south end...

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The Holiday Season is a special time of year in Oahu! Special events, performances, Holiday Markets and even a visit from Santa Claus are all things you can enjoy with a special ‘Hawaiian-style’ flare. See this Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Oahu Things to Do: How to Celebrate Christmas in Oahu’ for a guide on how to enjoy the Holidays in Oahu!

November 7, 2019
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Karen Fields

Christmas is a special time of year to enjoy the island of Oahu. Perfect weather. Soft sandy beaches and the Holiday Spirit has a very special ‘Island’ feel.

Our latest Oahu Travel Blog article; 'Oahu Things to Do: How to Celebrate Christmas in Oahu' – introduces just a few of the best ways to enjo...

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The Winter months in Oahu brings the much-anticipated Whale Watching Season. See this Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Things to do in Oahu: Oahu Whale Watching Tours’ for a guide to making the most of your experience observing these magnificent mammals.

October 30, 2019
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Maria Mancuso

The Hawaiian Islands are a hot spot for the migrating Humpback Whales who come to the warm waters of Oahu’s southern seas to breed and give birth to their beautiful babies. 

Our latest Oahu Travel Blog article; Things to do in Oahu: Oahu Whale Watching Tours – highlights ways to make the most of yo...

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When the sun sets in Oahu and the crowds leave the beaches, there is still plenty to do! Our latest Oahu Travel Blog showcases a few of the most popular Things to do in Oahu and Oahu Nightlife!

October 21, 2019
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Maria Mancuso

Everyone comes to Hawaii to enjoy the beautiful beaches, wonderful weather and all the day time activities.  But what happens after the sun goes down and nighttime settles on Oahu?  There are plenty of 'Things to do in Oahu at Night', including; Attend an Authentic Luau, dine at the many great Oahu ...

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Hawaii is a magical Island Paradise rich in the Hawaiian and Polynesian culture. It is fun to learn a few basic Hawaiian Phrases before your visit. See our latest Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Oahu Things to Do: Learn Hawaiian Phrases’ – that will help you learn just a few Hawaiian Phrases you may find useful and fun during your visit.

September 27, 2019
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Maria Mancuso

English is the primary language spoken in the Hawaiian islands, but you will see that Hawaiian is still one of three languages spoken throughout Hawaii. Hawaii has a very strong and deep-rooted base in the Polynesian culture where much of today’s influence is felt.  

Of course, you do not need to l...

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