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Frequently Asked Questions about Honolulu

About Honolulu
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Honolulu offers tranquil, natural beauty, a vibrant downtown, and world-class museums and attractions. Visit the city to explore scenic landscapes up close, take advantage of ideal surfing conditions, experience the flourishing art scene, or to simply relax on the beach. Known as the gateway to Hawaii and the state’s capital city, just the thought of a vacation in Honolulu will conjure up visions of paradise.
Honolulu Vacation Rentals
The best way to enjoy all that Honolulu has to offer is by staying in a vacation rental. With many high rise buildings throughout the city, there is no shortage of spacious condos and apartment rentals to stay in during your trip. Choose from oceanfront rentals that put you steps away from the soft sand and warm waters of Waikiki Beach, or find a house to rent on the outskirts of Honolulu for more privacy and a lush landscape. With the money you’ll save booking a vacation rental in Honolulu rather than a traditional hotel room, you can start making plans for excursions to nearby islands like Maui or Kauai.
Things to do in Honolulu
Honolulu gives travelers the best of both worlds – the unspoiled tropical paradise of Oahu’s beaches and countryside, and the bright lights of the city with all its nightlife and entertainment options. Explore the area on land to discover some of Hawaii’s most historic places and breathtaking landmarks. Hike to Diamond Head State Monument of follow the Koko Crater Trail to see incredible scenery. Carve out several hours to see Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial. These well-preserved pieces of history from World War II are musts when visiting Honolulu. Take a tour of Iolani Palace to see where King Kalakaua and Queen Kapiolani lived during the 19th century. Spot the Aloha Tower from afar or visit this historic spot in person for its variety of shops and fine restaurants. There’s just as much to do on and in the water, too! Take a surfing lesson at Waikiki Beach, go scuba diving and snorkeling for unforgettable underwater exploration, or enjoy a relaxing ride on a catamaran to top off your trip to Honolulu.