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Monica K.
Front Office
The best Belgian Waffles I have ever had.
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Leila A.
Housekeeping
They have the best poi glazed donuts, reasonable prices, and a friendly staff.
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Michelle A.
Housekeeping
One of the best activities for the entire family, whether you're a local or a visitor.
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Tee P.
Marketing
Don't forget to bring and wear your bug spray!
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Mike K.
Sales
For a real treat, try their Dried Aku!
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Karen G.
Front Office
They offer lots of choices from type of tapioca to sweetness and lots of different flavors.
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Mari K.
Marketing
You don't want to miss their delicious Milk and Cereal Pancakes.

Whether you have 24 hours or two whole weeks, with so much to see and do on Oahu you'll want to cram every minute with the best shopping, dining and activities the island has to offer. Thanks to our insider scoop from tried-and-true kama'ainas(locals).you'll know where to find the best parking,what the best time of day(and week) is to take a hike,what to order at the top eateries and more!

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HONOLULU

Meaning “sheltered bay” or “place of shelter” in Hawaiian, the state’s capital is the core for business, tourism, shopping and dining activity for the island of O‘ahu. If you’re looking to go where the action is, Honolulu is the place to see and be seen.

Honolulu
WINDWARD OAHU

Once you’ve exited the tunnels crossing to the Windward side you’ll find yourself entering another (wetter and more verdant) world. In fact a visit here guarantees a forecast of rainbows and waterfalls – in other words, everything you’ve read about Hawai‘i and then some.

Windward Oahu
WEST OAHU

Largely undiscovered by visitors, West Oahu is not as well-known or traveled, which means that you are more likely to experience the “real Hawaii” here. If you’ve got a free day, rent a car and drive over to explore some of the uncharted wild west.

West Oahu