Honolulu Hawaii, the capital of Oahu. The 50th state of the United States and the largest port of Hawaii. Near Honolulu is the extinct Diamond Head volcano, which is perfect for taking panoramic photos of the city. The indigenous population is Polynesians who have mingled with Europeans since the arrival of Captain James Cook.
This is the largest military port that we will not write about now, as there is a lot of information and movies about it. The most interesting sights in Honolulu are: Hawaii Maritime Center; Hawaii State Museum of Fine Arts, Arizona Aircraft Memorial; excursion, the Planetarium; The Art Academy; Waikiki's most famous beach.
For those of you who like nature, we offer an ascent to the Diamond Head volcano crater. The main influx of tourists here is by plane because they are too far from the continents.
It is terribly expensive here for even 377,000 people. This is one of the reasons only rich people come to Honolulu. Therefore, the city is prosperous and developing. In translation, Oahu is a meeting place. The most important beaches are in the southeast of the island around Honolulu, because the northeast is occupied by mountains.
Many of you have seen them on travel brochures or online advertising photos. Just a short drive away you can see lush vegetation or deserted beaches. It depends on the direction you are taking.
Everything here is very well organized and attracts rich tourists from all over the world as a magnet. The word "Hawaiian Islands" has already become a common name. Another interesting fact is that here are some of the biggest waves in the world. Surfers come here from November to May to participate in the annual competitions.
Of course, other Hawaiian islands also have plenty to visit. Pay particular attention to the destination in Maui Island and Haleakala National Park.
The north beach of Oahu awaits them. Like other islands, Oahu is volcanic in nature. Most beaches are made of black sand, which doesn't bother you much. Next to Honolulu is Diamond Head. The caldera is clear and you can walk around it for an hour along the trail. The whole walk is quite picturesque. Taking panoramic photos of the world-famous Waikiki and Honolulu Beach is a must. The Haiku steps or known as the "Ladder to Paradise".
Around 4,000 steps are waiting for you to climb in order to be strategically important to the military peak. It happens at an altitude of 900 meters. This is not an official tourist attraction. You do it at your own risk, but it should not scare about that. This is relatively easy, as long as you are well prepared, both physically and logistically.