About Oahu The Pacific island of Oahu, our personal favorite among
the Hawaiian Islands, is where all our Hawaii vacation homes are
located. You can drive the coast of the entire island in about two
and a half hours. Most of the population is concentrated in
Honolulu. A common misconception about Oahu is that if you stay on
Oahu you will be staying in Honolulu (or a big city) and you won't
be able to enjoy the "outer island experience." This couldn't be
further from the truth. Oahu has more beautiful and secluded beaches
than Maui and you can stay right on the beach in one of our homes.
Nowhere else in Hawaii, or almost anywhere for that matter, can you
enjoy a private home on a remote, tropical beach as little as twenty
minutes from the world class restaurants, nightlife, shopping and
entertainment of Honolulu.
The Island Activities Every outdoor activity in the Hawaiian
Islands can be found on Oahu. Go sport fishing, kayaking,
snorkeling, surfing, windsurfing, horseback riding, hiking,
bicycling and much more. Watch cliff diving and Polynesian cultural
shows at Waimea Bay Park, visit the Polynesian Cultural Center,
experience the world's largest maze at the Dole Pineapple
Plantation, tour Pearl Harbor or just layout and unwind on the
Honolulu Oahu is the only one of Hawaii's islands which enjoys the
convenience of a beautiful and thriving modern city: Honolulu.
Honolulu boasts more world-class entertainment, dining, shopping and
nightlife than all of the other islands combined. Practically every
outdoor activity imaginable takes place in and around this city.
Waikiki, perhaps one of the world's most famous beaches, Hanauma Bay
with its majestic coral reef, Pearl Harbor, where one of history's
most famous battles took place, and the fortress-mountain of Diamond
Head are only a few of the exciting locales situated in or in close
proximity to this magnificent island city. Of course, relaxing
peacefully on the beach or your lanai at any one of our homes, you
would never realize that Honolulu shares the Island with you.