Scenic Spots to Find on Oahu
As the most visited of the Hawaiian Islands, Oahu has many great activities, tours, and things to do. From the time you arrive to the time you leave, you are able to fill your trip with non-stop fun and adventure, taking advantage of everything that the island has to offer. In addition to the great things to do, there are countless destination to find and more scenic views than you can imagine. Driving around any island, you’ll encounter lookout points that offer amazing views of the island, and show off the incredible beauty of Hawaii.
The scenic spots to find on Oahu are endless, and though we can easily list off every single one, there isn't nearly enough time for anyone to see them all. Here are a few of our favorites scenic spots on Oahu.
Koko Head Crater
Though this is a bit of a challenge to get to, it is well worth the trek. Hike to the top of the volcanic crater and take in magnificent views of Hanauma Bay, Oahu’s South Shore, and the Pacific Ocean. On clear days, you can even see neighbor islands in the distance.
Another place that requires a bit of a hike, Kaena Point is accessible on foot, and is the most isolated location on the island. Located on the North Shore, it is actually a bird sanctuary, and a peaceful escape. Enjoy great views of the shoreline and the ocean from Oahu’s most western point.
This is on the list for most spectacular beaches in Hawaii, and Waimanalo never disappoints. The white sand is backed by Ironwood Trees that provide needed shade, and the towering mountains in the background are just amazing. Add in the bluest water and sites of Rabbit Island and there might not be a more picturesque location on the island.
Of course we have to include a waterfall and Manoa Falls is one of the most popular falls on the island. Easily accessible, the hike to the waterfall is easy and short, making it a great activity for all ages. Nestled deep into the Manoa Valley, the waterfall is huge and is a great place for a picture. The trail is lined with native plants and many native birds make their homes in the treetops of the area.
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