Honolulu Travel Guide

Honolulu is the largest city in the state of Hawaii. Far from the continental United States, its culture, norms, traditions and lifestyles are completely different from what you see on the American continent. Contrary to popular belief, Honolulu is not a chance to breathe in the busy life of a metropolis, but it still has a laid-back island atmosphere.


  Honolulu International Airport is a very convenient option to travel to the city. Cruises are another reasonable option you can take to reach this fascinating city. If you want to explore the city by car, make sure you have a good map of Honolulu, otherwise it may be a bit confusing. If you don't want to drive by yourself, bus service and taxis are also a good choice, so you can easily choose. Traffic is a major problem in Honolulu, so I won't really encourage you to drive unless you are passionate about driving in this situation.


  Waikiki Beach is one of the most popular beaches that visitors think of when planning a trip to Honolulu. White sand and blue water are the main reasons behind it. Whether it's sunbathers, catamarans, swimmers, surfers, boarders, or anyone who loves water sports, this beach is popular with almost all visitors. This place is full of people, because they are often overcrowded. But even if you prefer a quiet beach, it is closer than Honolulu, and it offers a quiet beach like Hanauma Bay.


  Diamond Head is one of Honolulu's most popular attractions and is internationally renowned for its beautiful scenery. Advantageously, the top area also offers a panoramic view of the entire city and looks awesome, just as you come to a beautiful new world. The Nu' uana Pali out can provide the perfect view of the city with a wide view. Despite the wind, if you appreciate this scenery, you will forget everything else.


  In simple terms, the climate in Honolulu is very average and does not change much throughout the year. The only major change you may observe may be rain. In most cases, most of the time is sunny, but if you are near the hilly area, you will see dark clouds or little rain. The western region is often rainy and sunny, but there are clouds and rain in the eastern or northern regions.


  There are many restaurants in the area, such as local fast food restaurants, which are very famous among locals and tourists. Their signature dish is a unique chili dish that can be purchased in a variety of specialties, which makes it more delicious and unique.


  Most of the accommodation provided by Honolulu for tourists is located near Waikiki. The peak season in Honolulu is usually between mid-December to March and June to September. In other seasons, you can easily get the best deals and the cheapest deals in terms of accommodation.