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About Waikiki

One of the most famous beach neighborhoods in Honolulu, Waikiki boasts white sand beaches, gorgeous parks, and dynamic nightlife. For your next getaway, enjoy the sunset like a local from one of the many beachfront Waikiki vacation rentals. 

Climate

Waikiki has warm, sunny weather year-round. In fact, temperatures don’t vary much at all throughout the year. You can expect 90 degree days when visiting in the summer and 80 degree days when visiting in the winter. Waikiki also stays relatively dry year-round, but if you really want to avoid the rain, visit during the dry spring and summer seasons.

Transit

Fly into Honolulu International Airport in Oahu, which connects travelers to West Coast cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Las Vegas. From the airport, it’s possible to take an express shuttle, a city bus, or a taxi to your Waikiki vacation rental. If you’re planning to explore Honolulu and the Big Island a bit further, though, it’s in your best interest to rent a car to get around the island.

Things to Do

The Waikiki area is best known for its beaches, so make Waikiki Beach your first stop. With long stretches of white sand, endless picturesque views, and tons of beautiful people, you might never want to leave. Before you do, be sure to scope out the surfers catching waves further down the beach. If you’re feeling brave, you can even book a surfing lesson and learn from some of the greats.

Back on land, Honolulu’s largest public park is on the edge of Waikiki. Kapiolani Park was a gift from King Kalakaua, and today it’s home to attractions like the Waikiki Aquarium, the Queen Kapiolani Garden, and much more. Wander through the garden, which features numerous native flowering plants, and take a break to enjoy a picnic and the views. The Waikiki Aquarium is also worth a visit, with exhibits featuring coral, sea turtles, jellyfish, and some of the ocean’s more unique species.

Although the beaches are prominent attractions, Waikiki has much more to offer. History buffs will want to visit Pearl Harbor or tour Iolani Palace to see the living quarters, dining room, and throne of Hawaii’s last two monarchs.

Shopping

Situated along Waikiki’s white sand is the Waikiki Beach Walk. With dozens of shops and boutiques, this is a great spot to stock up on beachwear, explore some local art galleries, or pick up local souvenirs for your family and friends back ...

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