Honolulu, the capital of the US state of Hawaii, is one of the most favorite tourist destinations. It is located on the south shore of Oahu Island. Serene coral blue waters of the Pacific combined with warm sandy beaches make for quite an inviting place for many. If you’re a beach bum, then Honolulu is the place for you. The best time to visit this charming city is from September to mid-December. During this time, the temperatures are mild while accommodation and airline prices are marked down. When you look for cheap flights to Honolulu, you’ll find that the city’s well-connected Honolulu International Airport serves clients of many different countries making it easy for you to find a ticket.
Its location at the Pacific Ocean provides the opportunity for many water and adventure sports such as surfing, jet-skiing, parasailing and paragliding. The city also has many well- equipped sports centers with trained personal for you to indulge in other sports such as scuba-diving, fly-boarding and kayaking. Some of these sports centers are H2O Sports Hawaii, Island Watersports Hawaii, Aqua Zone Scuba Diving and Snorkeling, Go Bananas Watersports and Hawaii Water Sports Center.
Blessed with a hilly topography, the city provides ample opportunities for hiking. Pack a few snacks and plenty of water for an exciting day of leisurely hiking in its many picturesque spots such as Manoa Falls, Makapuu Point Light (a lighthouse), Koko Head, Nu’uanu Pali, Punchbowl Crater and Haiku Stairs.
If adventure sports are not your cup of tea, then there are many other things this city has on offer. Visit its many museums such as US Army Museum of Hawaii, Fort DeRussy Military Reservation and Hanaiakamalama. Art enthusiasts can visit the Honolulu Museum of Art, which happens to be the largest one in the state. Founded in 1922 by Anne Rice Cooke, this museum holds more than 50,000 pieces of art. This intriguing collection mostly consists of Asian art (Japanese and Chinese), Italian Renaissance, American, African and European Art. Music lovers can catch a music concert at the Doris Duke Theatre situated at the museum. The theatre is also home to Hawaii’s LGBT film festival the ‘Rainbow Film Festival’.
Hawaii is known all over the world for its tradition and culture. Discover this historical by booking any flights to Honolulu, Hawaii city and enjoy the dance and music is a big part of this culture and the natives of this beautiful state takes pride in showcasing their talents in the Hula Dance, the Fire Dance, the Hawaiian guitar and the Ukulele. While staying at most of its hotels you’ll be able to soak-in their culture while enjoying performances by their resident dancers and musicians. You can even join them in the Hula Dance for an evening of merriment.
No trip to this historic city is complete without a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial located at Pearl Harbor. Two other World War II Memorials are the USS Bowfin and the USS Missouri (BB-63). The Waikiki Aquarium is another must-see attraction which is also the second oldest public aquarium in the US.