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Why rent a Car once you get to Waikiki? Renting a car from us will give you the freedom to visit the many Hawaii visitor attractions all over the island at your convenience. Here is a list of the top destinations to travel to on the Island of Oahu in your rental car!
Pearl Harbor/Arizona Memorial

Pearl Harbor / Arizona MemorialThe USS Arizona is the final resting place for many of the ship’s 1,177 crewmen who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. The 184-foot-long Memorial structure spans the mid-portion of the sunken battleship and consists of three main sections: the entry room; the assembly room, a central area designed for ceremonies and general observation; and the shrine room, where the names of those killed on the Arizona are engraved on the marble wall.
Sea Life Park

Sea Life ParkSea Life Park Hawaii is located on O’ahu – one of Hawaii’s most famous islands – known for its natural beauty, history, culture, and attractions. Our facility adds to Oahu’s magic by providing a unique opportunity to interact with exotic sea life and animals. From swimming with dolphins and sea lions to sitting in on a penguin trainer talk, from feeding sea turtles to diving with rays, no other park gets you this close. Located north of Hanauma Bay, Sea Life Park Hawaii features a beautifully designed park with reefs, lagoons, pools, and theaters. We also provide guests with access to our restaurant, snacks bars, lockers, restrooms, dressing rooms, and a spacious parking lot.
Polynesian Cultural Center

Polynesian Cultural CenterThe Polynesian Cultural Center is a feast for the senses. A lush retreat into the past, it captures the music, dance and culture of seven Pacific islands: Fiji, Tonga, Tahiti, Marquesas, Hawaii, Aotearoa New Zealand and Hawaii. A trip along the winding lagoon brings you to native villages from each of the islands. You’ll learn about war canoes, tiki carving and exotic dances. Husk a coconut, do the hula, breathe the sea wind. In the evening, the dramatic show ‘Ha: Breath of Life’ will captivate your imagination as you hear the drums, see native dances and watch the journey of Mana, as he grows from boy to warrior. Over a hundred performers from across the Pacific bring this ancient legend to life. Its pulsating tropical rhythms will carry you deep into your own island reverie.
Diamond Head Crater

Diamond Head CraterThe unique profile of Diamond Head (Le’ahi) sits prominently near the eastern edge of Waikiki’s coastline. Hawaii’s most recognized landmark is known for its historic hiking trail, stunning coastal views, and military history. Diamond Head State Monument encompasses over 475 acres, including the interior and outer slopes of the crater. The trail to the summit of Le’ahi was built in 1908 as part of O’ahu’s coastal defense system. The 0.8 mile hike from trailhead to the summit is steep and strenuous, gaining 560 feet as it ascends from the crater floor. The walk is a glimpse into the geological and military history of Diamond Head. A concrete walkway built to reduce erosion shifts to a natural tuff surface about 0.2 mile up the trail with many switchbacks traversing the steep slope of the crater interior. The ascent continues up steep stairs and through a lighted 225-foot tunnel to enter the Fire Control Station completed in 1911. Built on the summit, the station directed artillery fire from batteries in Waikiki and Fort Ruger outside Diamond Head crater. At the summit, you’ll see bunkers and a huge navigational lighthouse built in 1917. The postcard view of the shoreline from Koko Head to Wai’anae is stunning, and during winter, may include passing humpback whales.
Hanauma Bay

Hanauma BayThis “Curved” bay was declared a protected marine life conservation area and underwater park in 1967. This is THE BEST protected cove if you are new to scuba diving or snorkeling with a diverse population of marine life and a large, rich coral reef. Advanced snorkelers and divers can also enjoy the beauty of this bay as the reef extends throughout the cove into deeper water. The bay floor is actually the crater of an ancient volcano that flooded when the exterior wall collapsed and the ocean rushed in. There is a large sandy beach perfect for sunbathing, relaxing and picnicing. Several hiking trails extend along coastline and along the ridge overlooking the bay providing breathtaking lookouts. The curvature of the bay usually provides protection from large ocean waves and allows swimmers a terrific opportunity to view the marine and reef life in a safer, protected environment. Always monitor the ocean conditions at all times and obey lifeguard warnings and postings.
Iolani Palace

Iolani PalaceIolani Palace, the official residence of Hawaii’s monarchy, is a marvel of opulence, innovation, and political intrigue. Meticulously restored to its former grandeur, this National Historic Landmark in downtown Honolulu tells of a time when their Majesties, King Kalakaua, who built it in 1882, and his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani, walked its celebrated halls. Today, you can enjoy one of the most spectacular living restorations in all of Polynesia and immerse yourself in Hawaii’s royal heritage.
Bishop Museum

Bishop MuseumThe Bishop Museum (formerly the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, and designated the Hawaii State Museum of Natural and Cultural History), is a museum of history and science in the historic Kalihi district of Honolulu on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Founded in 1889, it is the largest museum in Hawaii and is home to the world’s largest collection of Polynesian cultural and scientific artifacts. Besides the comprehensive exhibits of Hawaiiana, the Bishop Museum has an extensive entomological collection of over 13.5 million specimens, the third largest collection in the United States.
Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park

Hawaiian Waters Adventure ParkFamilies and adrenaline addicts alike will find plenty to love here. Choose from 25+ rides and attractions that run the gamut from mild (Water World Playground) to wild (Tornado and its 130-foot tunnel). Bring your swimwear and prepare to have a blast! Children will love the WaterWorld playground and the giant wave pool, while adrenaline addicts will want to hit the four-story Island Racer slide or the swirling vortex of the Tornado. Located in Kapolei, “Oahu’s second city”, Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawaii is the only water-theme amusement park on the Hawaiian Islands!
Punchbowl Cemetery

Punchbowl CemeteryThe National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (also Punchbowl National Cemetery) is a cemetery located in Honolulu, Hawaii that serves a memorial to those men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces. It is administered by the National Cemetery Administration of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Thousands of visitors visit the cemetery each year, and it is one of the more popular tourist attractions in Hawaii.
Manoa Falls

Manoa FallsThe Manoa Falls trail on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, is one of the most popular hikes in the Honolulu area, mainly because it is easily accessible from Waikiki, either via car or city bus, and it is classified as an easy hike. A short drive out of Waikiki towards Manoa Valley and you can be surrounded by a tropical bamboo and rainforest. Many Oahu tour hiking tour operators take their guests here. Another factor that makes the Manoa Falls trail is a favorite hiking destination for many is that its highlight, the 150-foot (46 m) waterfall awaits after a relatively easy 45-minute walk up the mountain.
North Shore

North ShoreStretching for more than 7 miles, the beaches of the North Shore host the world’s premier surfing competitions during the peak, winter months, including the Super Bowl of wave riding, the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing (November – December). Stroll in the thick sands of Waimea Bay, Ehukai Beach (Banzai Pipeline) and Sunset Beach — just leave the surfing to the pros. The months between November and February are the best times to watch big wave surfing. These massive waves can sometimes swell up to thirty feet or more and can even be dangerous for experienced surfers so please heed warning signs. From May to September, the waves subside, creating a more tranquil atmosphere for surfing, swimming and sunbathing. Roughly a one hour drive from Waikiki, the North Shore is also home to various condo rentals, the luxurious Turtle Bay Resort and Haleiwa Town, where you can shop, eat like a local and cool off with rainbow flavored shave ice, the perfect way to end your day on the North Shore.
Dole Plantation

Dole PlantationOriginally operated as a fruit stand beginning in 1950, Dole Plantation opened to the public as Hawaii’s “Pineapple Experience” in 1989. Today, Dole Plantation is one of Oahu’s most popular visitor attractions and welcomes more than one million visitors a year. Dole Plantation provides enjoyable activities for the entire family, including the Pineapple Express, the Plantation Garden Tour, and the Pineapple Garden Maze. Also popular are informational displays and presentations, as well as our plantation country store offering a wide variety of Dole Plantation gifts, local favorites, foods and refreshments including the world-famous DoleWhip. And, before you leave you can purchase fresh pineapple to take home.
Aloha Stadium Swap Meet

Aloha Stadium Swap MeetJust 20 minutes away from Waikiki, discover unique treasures at Hawaii’s largest open air flea market where the locals shop for the best deals in town. Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is Hawaii’s premiere discount warehouse outlet. Open three days a week, it offer endless rows of over 700 local merchants offering the best value on imported merchandise, hand made items, eclectic art pieces, popular local snacks, and other made in Hawaii products. This is sure to be your one stop destination to find that special gift or souvenir for everyone on your list.