Aloha! As the capital and the most populous city in the US state of Hawaii, Honolulu is one of the most beautiful places you will ever visit. Located on the island of Oahu, Honolulu experiences a tropical savanna climate with a mostly dry summer season. Temperatures vary little throughout the year and rarely exceed 90°F with lows in the upper-50’s °F.
Plush with white beaches, blue water and palm trees, Honolulu has dozens of accessible beaches and beach-parks. Some of the best things to do here involve the ocean and with a water temperature that hovers around 75°F you definitely won’t need a wetsuit to play! You can easily find places to swim, surf, paddle, fish, kayak, dive or just lounge on the beach. Manoa Falls’ spectacular scenery and beautiful natural wildlife makes it a definite, must-visit attraction. The Honolulu Academy of Arts is a great place to explore impressive displays of Buddhist relics and galleries that are dedicated to art from throughout the Pacific Islands. To learn more about Hawaii’s history and culture, the Bishop Museum is a wonderful place to check out the largest collection of natural and cultural artifacts. The Iolani Palace is not only a beautiful architectural example, it’s also a must-visit destination to grasp a tangible sense of what majestic life was like during King David Kalakaua’s time.
I could go on and on about the great things to do in Honolulu, but that would turn this guide into a book! Be sure to do you research before traveling to this beautiful city, as the amount of activities available may become daunting!
Visit the official City Website for Honolulu at: www.gohawaii.com
for up to date information on where to go and what to see.