Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Oahu Vacation Planner 2016-2017
@oahuvb 14 visit-oahu.com Waikīkī at night Waikīkī explore DYNAMIC AND LIVELY WAIKĪKĪ PRESENTS METROPOLITAN PLEASURES AND LOCAL-STYLE RELAXATION. World-class hotels, exhilarating nightlife, great shopping and dining can all be found in the vivacious town of Waikīkī. Searching for an entertaining lū'au? Waikīkī's got it. Want a surfing lesson at the birthplace of surfing? Sure! Rather watch from a towel on a pristine beach? That's fine, too. With so many activities to try here, we know you won't want to leave. Discover the History Experience the rich history of the Waikīkī region through walking tours by Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort, Sheraton Waikīkī's Journey Through Historic Waikīkī and The Waikīkī Historic Trail. Look out for surfboard markers that trace the history and cultural legacy of Waikīkī, as well as historic statues of Hawai'i's royalty, like Prince Kalaniana'ole and Princess Ka'iulani. Explore the Culture The diversity of experiences on the island can all be found in Waikīkī--- be sure to discover Hawai'i's past while you're here! U.S. Army Museum This museum, adjacent to Fort DeRussy, features collections of weaponry and war memorabilia from ancient Hawai'i to Vietnam. Healing Stones, Kapaemāhū Four ancient pōhaku (stones), symbols of the island's spiritual heritage, which have provided spiritual healing for hundreds of years. Duke Kahanamoku Memorial Statue A tribute to the legendary "Ambassador of Aloha." Duke Kahanamoku, Hawai'i's first Olympian, became a symbol of aloha around the world. A festival called "Duke's OceanFest" is also held every summer in Waikīkī to honor his impact. War Memorial Natatorium The memorial is a commemoration of soldiers from Hawai'i who died in World War I.
Island of Hawaii Travel Planner 2017-2018