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Aloha, Hawaii Vacations

Get back to nature in Hawaii.
Diamond Head and Honolulu

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Exploring Hawaii is a breeze with Vacations by Marriott Bonvoy. Discover amazing offers, save up to 20% and earn points.


Oahu: The Heart of Hawaii

Soak up the sun on Waikiki Beach, surf the North Shore waves, feel the spray from Waimea Falls.


Frequently Asked Questions

Hawaii offers a variety of activities for visitors to delight in. One must-visit spot is the stunning beaches, perfect for swimming, snorkeling, or simply relaxing in the sun. For those seeking adventure, the Big Island's volcanoes and Maui's famous Road to Hana are must-see experiences. Hiking through lush rainforests to hidden waterfalls, or taking a helicopter tour over the islands' breathtaking landscapes, are also popular options.

Hawaii is also a great place to immerse oneself in the local culture. Exploring historical sites such as Pearl Harbor and the Iolani Palace in Honolulu can provide important context to the islands' rich history. Don't miss out on traditional Hawaiian luaus, where you can enjoy delicious local cuisine and experience traditional Polynesian entertainment.

For those interested in marine life, there are ample opportunities for whale watching, swimming with dolphins, and even cage diving with sharks. Furthermore, a visit to the serene and spiritual grounds of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, or an excursion to the vibrant city of Honolulu, rounds out the diverse range of activities available.

The best time to visit Hawaii is April to June and September to October. During these times, the weather is generally pleasant with fewer crowds compared to the peak tourist season of July and August.

April to June offers warm temperatures and fewer tourists, making it a great time to explore the islands without dealing with large crowds. September to October also provides great weather with fewer visitors, allowing for a more relaxing and enjoyable experience.

If you're looking to avoid the rainy season, which typically occurs from November to March, it's best to plan your trip during the drier months of April to June and September to October.

Keep in mind that prices for accommodations and flights may be lower during the shoulder seasons, making it a more budget-friendly time to visit. 

Oahu, also known as "The Gathering Place," is the third-largest Hawaiian island and is known for its vibrant culture and stunning natural beauty. It is home to the state capital, Honolulu, and the iconic Waikiki Beach.

Oahu offers a range of attractions for visitors, from historical sites like Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial to the beautiful Diamond Head State Monument. The North Shore is famous for its big waves and is a mecca for surfers. The island also boasts a diverse culinary scene, with a mix of local Hawaiian cuisine and international flavors.

Oahu is rich in cultural experiences as well, with traditional hula performances, luaus, and historical sites such as Iolani Palace and the Bishop Museum. The island's lush landscape offers breathtaking hikes, waterfalls, and botanical gardens, including the serene Byodo-In Temple.

Oahu’s blend of urban energy and natural beauty makes it a top destination for travelers seeking a mix of relaxation, adventure, and cultural exploration. Whether you’re looking to soak up the sun on its beautiful beaches or delve into the island’s rich history, Oahu truly has something for everyone.