Oahu, HI

Author: Stuart Seeger | http://www.flickr.com/people/stuseeger/ | Attribute: Creative Commons

The timeless, natural, radiance of the islands meets the modern luxuries of today, on Oahu. Hike down a lush mountainside, just minutes away from a soaring cityscape. Feast at a luau under the stars one night, dine at a five-star restaurant another. Sunbathe all day on the North Shore then dance all night in Waikiki. There’s no shortage of things to do on Oahu.

Here are some great things to do in Oahu, HI after booking your Group Hotel through GroupHotels.com:

  • North Shore Surf Girls: On the North Shore of Oahu you can take private or group surf lessons in a safe bay protected from the large surf. The instructors are knowledgeable about Hawaii and the ocean and are super friendly. In one lesson you learn to stand and surf.
  • Rainbow Scuba Hawaii: Oahu’s lowest price leader for quaitiy scuba diving boat charters & PADI Scuba certification, 7 days a week. Explore Oahu’s Ship wrecks and turtle reefs aboard the 40′ catamaran. 100% safety record, Waikiki beach hotel pick up, and Free underwater photos!
  • Hawaii Moped: When people think of Hawaii, they envision longboards and luaus, palm trees and pineapples, Mai Tais and time off. Guests to the beautiful state of Hawaii have the perfect island getaway in mind when they book their flights—and most everyone chooses sunny Waikiki as their final destination. But with more than 75% of the state population concentrated in Honolulu and added congestion from fellow visitors, Oahu, also known as The Gathering Place, can begin to feel more like a cramped space.
  • Rainbow Water Sports: Whether it’s group lessons, private lesson, events, camps, or parties, you are in for top notch instruction and an awesome adventure from the best stand up paddle school ever… even if it’s your FIRST TIME ever! Learn to stand up paddle in a safe and controlled environment with experienced and qualified stand up paddle instructors, quality equipment and the most awesome location on the island.
  • Diamond Head: A major tourist attraction on Oahu, the 350-acre Diamond Head crater can be seen even from the flight into Honolulu airport. Its vantage point offers some incredible panoramas of Honolulu that you will not be able to find anywhere else. Though the hike itself may not impress hard-core hikers (some locals will run up and down the route daily), the view at the top is sure to impress.