1. Namei Member may receive 500 points. 2. Limousine Service upon your arrival at the airport. 3. Get 24K Gilded Coins for free (tours must be over 5 days, worth $50). 4. Staying in Hyatt and Hilt...
Oahu is one of the third largest islands of Hawaii and is also home to the majority of Hawaii's diverse population. It is the most populated island of the state and is one of the most eminent tourist destinations of Hawaii.
Oahu’s temperatures stay mild year round between 68 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit (20-29.4 C). Winter months (November to April) are a bit cooler with more frequent precipitation. Cooling trades work wonders to keeping the island pleasantly comfortable. Visitors love the warm temperature of the coastal waters, which average around 76 to 78 degrees (24.4-25.5 C). Oahu is home to two monumental mountain ranges, the Koolau Mountains, which reach along the northeastern side, and the Waianae Mountains which lay to the west.
Getting to Oahu
Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on Oahu is Hawaii’s major airport, serving as the entry point for most of Hawaii’s visitors. All major domestic carriers and many international carriers serve Oahu, so you can get here from just about anywhere.
Oahu boasts more shopping centers and restaurants than all the other islands put together. Variety is endless – from the upscale Ala Moana and Royal Hawaiian Shopping Centers to the funky International Marketplace that features arts and crafts from throughout the Pacific Rim, Oahu is a shopper’s paradise. From affordable souvenirs to one-of-a-kind fine island art, visitors will have no trouble finding gifts for friends back home and unique mementos of their Hawaii trip. Visit Haleiwa town on the North Shore for an eclectic mix of trendy boutiques and local laid-back shops.