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Honolulu is a legendary surfing destination. But even if you don’t know a boogie board from a surfboard, you’ll find a beach here that appeals to you (and, if you want to learn the difference, you can find a great instructor to teach you). Swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, outrigger canoeing or just sunbathing… it’s all available in Honolulu.
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A mix of the charming, modern, and tried and true.
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- ByDameTravelerHonoluluFeaturing: 'Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach, The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club, Side Street Inn Kapahulu, Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, Pearl Harbor National Memorial, Iolani Palace, Waikiki Beach, Shangri La, Leonard's Bakery, House Without a Key, Mai Tai Bar at Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Kualoa Ranch, The Laylow, Autograph Collection, Arvo, Beachhouse at the Moana, Duke's Waikiki, Alan Wong's Restaurant, Diamond Head State Monument, Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, La Mer, Steak Shack, Orchids, Paiko, Morning Glass Coffee, Doraku Sushi Waikiki, Waiola Shave Ice26 items
- ByThrillist28 Actually Cool Things to Do in HonoluluOnce friends and family hear you’ve moved to Honolulu, everyone wants to come visit. Who wouldn’t want to spend a week in paradise, even if it means couch-surfing for a few days? The difficult part of their visit is showing guests around, as many of us locals have forgotten what makes Honolulu special and distinct from the other islands. Here’s a quick list of things to do, so that any guests to the islands can see why we’ve moved so far away to the middle of the Pacific. Many are free or cheap experiences, and we’ve noted prices ranges along with the picks so you can make the best decision possible. Work and life might have just made you forget our island's natural beauty, but these activities should jog your memory.28 items
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