Oahu vacation rental makes a great accommodation option for you while you are vacationing in its magical rainforests. All major tourist attractions inside and around Oahu can be easily accessed when you stay in a vacation rental.
The hotels on the other hand will make your tour a little difficult to manage. The best thing is that, unlike hotels, which are usually located at crowded locations, you can find vacation homes almost anywhere in Oahu.
Whether you want to tour Pearl Harbor or make a visit to the Royal Iolani palace or to the world famous Waikiki beach, staying in an Oahu vacation rental is a great idea. Every year, the Waikiki aquarium is visited by over 350000 tourists who come from all parts of the world. The Damien Museum is another great attraction. The museum has each and everything associated with the life of Father Damien who is known for his work for the patients of Hansen’s disease. The downtown area of Honolulu is also at a few-minutes drive away from Waikiki.
Hanauma Bay Nature Persevere
If you are a nature lover, you will love to stay at an Oahu vacation rental located somewhere close to the Hanauma bay nature Preserve. It is widely popular not just for its spectacular natural surroundings, but also for its efforts to preserve and protect the fragile marine life in Hanauma.
Tourists these days love to visit places that provide exciting nightlife. If you are one of them, you will be glad to know that you are not going to be disappointed in Oahu. You will love the local Hawaiian music in different formats, such as live entertainment in the Moose McGillicuddy’s club, luaus with local musicians in the Paradise Lounge, performance of the famous singer Genoa Keawe in Hawaiian Regent Hotel, sunset music in the Duke’s Canoe Club, and live performance by the famed Brothers Cazimero in the Chai’s Island Bistro.
Surfing at the North Shore is another popular activity that you may like to go for during your stay at an Oahu vacation rental. You can experience the epic waves of Hawaii at the Banzai Pipeline, Waimea Bay, and at the Sunset Beach.