Things to do on oahu
Things To Do On Oahu

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Things To Do On Oahu


Top 10 Oahu Activities

1. North Shore Shark Adventure

2. X-Treme Parasail

3. Paradise Cove Luau

4. Dolphin Adventure

5. Star of Honolulu Sunset Dinner Cruise

6. Kualoa Ranch ATV Ride

7. Oahu Bike & Hike Adventure

8. Oahu Bumper Tube & Banana Boat

9. Hanauma Bay Snorkel Tour

10. Surf n Sea Standup Paddle Lesson

Things To Do On Oahu

BEST SUNSET SPOTS ON OAHU

Best places on Oahu to watch a sunset

Make sure you check the sunset times while youíre in Oahu, Hawaii.
You donít want to miss it!

Listed in Alphabetical Order

Ala Moana Beach Park or Magic Island (1201 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu) Stop what you're doing for a minute and head out to Ala Moana Beach Park for a sunset view that will take your breath away. Walk out to the end of magic island and have a seat on any one of the many benches facing into the sunset.
Campbell Industrial/Barber's Point Beach Come see a side of the island rarely seen by visitors. Leave a little early to find this place, it's probably further than you think and you also don't want to end up missing the show of the sun sinking into the horizon.
Kakaako Waterfront Park (677 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu) Down the street from Ala Moana, someone decided to turn an old dump site into a GREAT waterfront park for all to enjoy a perfect sunset. With large rolling grass hills and a great wall along a flat walkway along the shoreline, this is a park like no other. Watch the waves break against the wall as the sun quietly goes to sleep in the distance.
Makaha, Waianae, and Nanakuli Beaches (Address to Poka'i Bay. 5-037 Waianae Valley Road, Waianae) Every beach on this side of the island will give a great sunset viewing. Pokai Bay is a great place to spend the day till the sun sets. Safe calm waters make it a great place to take the kids. Bring food along for an awesome picnic experience!
Sunset Beach or Shark's Cove (North Shore) (Sunset Beach 59-104 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa or Shark's Cove) There's a beach on the North Shore named "Sunset Beach". Is there really a reason I need say more? The sunsets from the North shore are spectacular to watch all year round. Depending on when you visit the island, you will get 2 different types of sunsets to behold. The winter will give you a loud and powerful wave display along with the sunset, and the summer season will give a more serene and calm day's end. Either way, both will not disappoint.
Tantalus Dr. (some locations along the road have stopping points) For an elevated inland view of the setting sun, certain spots on Tantalus can offer a view that few visitors ever get to see. Seeing an sun set into the ocean from the mountains is definitely an amazing event to behold. Plan a drive around tantalus early in the day to make sure you know how long it will take to get the the perfect scenic location. Make sure you are looking toward the airport, and not toward Diamond Head.
Waikiki Beach (Along Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu) The sunsets here are one of the reasons Waikiki is so loved. If you don't get a chance to go to any other beaches, at least make sure you are on a beach along Waikiki when the sun sets. You definitely won't regret it and it could be one of the most memorable time in your life. If you have a cloudy day be sure to try catching the sunset another day until you get a clear day and perfect view of the sun setting into the water.

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