Oahu Visitors Blog |Things to do on Oahu

Use our Oahu Visitors Blog to learn more about all the exciting things to do on Oahu during your next visit to this island paradise!

Whether you're coming for a short visit or an extended stay, our Oahu Visitors Blog provides you with useful information about all the things to do on Oahu including; Drive Around the Island Tips, 6 Top Restaurants in Waikiki, 7 Top Beaches to Snorkel, What to do and see on the North Shore, and much more. 

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Fall is coming to Hawaii! If you are visiting Oahu this November, our Oahu Travel Blog presents you with just a few of the most popular November Events and other fun Things to do in Oahu.

September 17, 2019
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Maria Mancuso

November is upon us and with it comes some great events in Oahu, including; Great Concerts, Surf Competitions, Film & Music Festivals, Holiday Craft Show and more.  

Ambassador Hotel Waikiki is located in the heart of Waikiki and close to many of the best November Events in the Oahu!  Our latest Oa...

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This Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Oahu Things to do: Best Luau’s in Oahu,’ gives you a guide to a few of the best, most popular Oahu Luau’s you could consider for your upcoming visit to Oahu.

September 7, 2019
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Maria Mancuso

No visit to Hawaii would be complete without enjoying an authentic Luau! The amazing music, dancers, storytelling, oh yeah, and the food! The delicious food!

This Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘Oahu Things to do: Best Luau’s in Oahu’ highlights a few of the top Luau’s on Oahu!  Luaus vary in production...

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After a day of enjoying the beautiful beaches, hiking and other island activities, you’re ready to enjoy some great food. This latest, Oahu Travel Blog Article, ‘Top Oahu Restaurants: Best Local Restaurants on Oahu’ gives you 6 of the most loved, ‘local’ restaurants on Oahu!

August 26, 2019
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Maria Mancuso

Oahu is home to many great big chain restaurants but when you want to enjoy great food that is loved by locals on Oahu, you have a lot to choose from.

From great Hawaiian cuisine, Plate lunches, Sushi, BBQ even Desserts, you can be sure when the food is made by locals, the restaurant will not last...

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Oahu has 125 beautiful beaches. This Oahu Travel Blog article, ‘6 Top Oahu Beaches’ introduces just a few of the best beaches you are sure to enjoy.

August 15, 2019
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Maria Mancuso

The beaches on Oahu are some of the most beautiful in all of Hawaii and the world.  The beaches of Oahu offer a variety of options for swimmers, surfers and beach lovers. From calm and easy waters to the giant waves of the North Shore, you are sure to find beach that is perfect for you.  

This Oahu...

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This Oahu Visitors Blog article, ‘Oahu Restaurants: Best Oahu Food Trucks,’ gives you a list of some of the best, most popular Oahu Food Trucks you should not miss during your visit to the island.

August 7, 2019
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Maria Mancuso

Oahu is home to any great restaurants, but there is another category of restaurant that you should try during your next visit to Oahu – they are the roadside food shacks and Food Trucks.

The great roadside Food Shakes and Food Trucks are unique because the are often mobile and can locate almost any...

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Oahu has some of the friendliest people in the world. Almost everywhere you go on the islands, you will see locals and visitors giving each other the ‘Shaka’ sign or ‘Hang Loose’ sign – this Oahu Travel Blog article tells the history of this popular hand signal.

July 22, 2019
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Maria Mancuso
It is a universal signal used by surfers, local Hawaiians and many tourists who get caught up in the Hawaiian culture during their visit and like the feeling of greeting others, ‘the Hawaiian’ way...Read more >
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