Honolulu Travel Guide

Honolulu (Photo: Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau)About Honolulu

The warm blue water, oceanfront hotels, and crowded beaches of Honolulu have been attracting visitors for as long as bikinis have been in fashion. read more

When to visit Honolulu

With sandy beaches and year-round warm weather, Honolulu is an ideal vacation destination. The most popular time to visit is in the summer, when families are traveling and honeymooners take time off. Visitation also rises during the holiday period from mid-December through mid-January, as schools are on break and people are on vacation. read more

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