The warm blue water, oceanfront hotels, and crowded beaches of Honolulu have been attracting visitors for as long as bikinis have been in fashion. But Hawaii's capital is known for more than just sun and surf. Museums and historic monuments provide alternatives to the beach, and opportunities for outdoor adventure and nightlife keep things lively. Honolulu, including Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head, offers visitors who come to Hawaii's most popular island plenty of reasons to stay.
Flights to Honolulu touch down at Honolulu International Airport, the largest in the state of Hawaii.