This world-famous neighborhood is located on the south shore of Honolulu and is most recognized by its backdrop of Diamond Head. Waikiki is known for its beaches; its calming shores are ideal for swimming, stand-up paddle boarding and outrigger canoeing. The gentle waves also make it easy for beginners surfing.
Find world-class shopping, dining and entertainment, too. As the sun goes down, enjoy the spectacular views from a catamaran or beachfront bar. And after the sunset hour, indulge in fine dining or hit up Waikiki’s trendy bar scene to listen to live music.
Things to do in Waikiki include Duke Kahanamoku Statue, Diamond Head State Monument, Honolulu Zoo, International Marketplace, Kapiolani Park, Royal Hawaiian Center and Waikiki Aquarium.