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Why Visit Oahu?

Oahu, often referred to as “The Gathering Place,” is the third-largest of the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean. It is celebrated for its cultural vibrancy, historic sites, and the cosmopolitan city of Honolulu, which serves as the capital of Hawaii.

Oahu’s landscapes feature stunning beaches like Waikiki, rugged cliffs along the eastern shore, and the iconic Diamond Head volcanic crater. Its history is intertwined with the arrival of Polynesians, European explorers, and the establishment of the Kingdom of Hawaii, evident in landmarks like Iolani Palace and Pearl Harbor’s USS Arizona Memorial.