A day trip to Honolulu may include the Bishop Museum, a visit to Pearl Harbor Historic sites, the Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri, the Pacific Aviation Museum, a shopping trip to Ala Moana, a walk on Waikiki Beach, or a trip to the Polynesian Cultural Center and the north shore to watch the big surf in the winter.
Other nearby attractions include The Byodo-In Temple, Kualoa Ranch, a number of Botanical Gardens, Sea Life Park and Hanauma Bay for the greatest snorkeling on the island. Here are some links for more information on these activities:
Byodo-In Temple in the Valley of the Temples, Oahu, Hawaii
USS Arizona Memorial (U.S. National Park Service)
Pearl Harbor Historic Sites
Bishop Museum (Hawaiian culture)
Whale and Dolphin watching with Ocean Joy Cruises
Hiking and Botanical Gardens
Hanauma Bay Snorkeling
Arron's Dive Shop in Kailua
The Polynesian Cultural Center
Swim with the Dolphins or a Luau at Sea Life Park
Horseback riding at Kualoa Ranch
The weather is temperate year round; we enjoy trade wind breezes that keep the B&B comfortable, not too hot, not too cool!
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Ideally located on the Windward side of Oahu, about 30-minutes from Waikiki, Honolulu or the Honolulu International airport. Five minutes from the quaint town of Kailua where there are some of the top restaurants and antique shops on the island.
Within minutes of five golf courses, tennis courts, horseback riding, deep sea fishing, whale watching, and one of the best hikes on the island right behind the B&B. See Molokai or Maui from the top of the hiking ridge. Don't forget to try your hand at scuba diving, kayaking, kite surfing or windsurfing at Kailua Bay Beach and Recreation Park.
The B&B is just a short walk to the world famous Lanikai and Kailua Beaches, with pristine turquoise waters and fine white sand. Watch the sunrise from your private lanai, listen to the ocean on a quiet night or walk on the beach and watch the moonrise between the islands. The local beaches are perfect for swimming, boogie boarding, windsurfing, and a number of other aquatic sports. Click here for more information on Kailua Beach.
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor on historic Ford
Island occupies World War II-era hangars that
still bear the scars of our nation's first aviation battlefield. Ranked #8 aviation attraction in the nation.