There are big best Oahu deals to be found if you do some searching! I’ve been told over and over that Oahu is an expensive island to visit. Well it doesn’t have to be that way. Hotel and airfare are your 2 top major expenses, followed by your rental–a-car, food, activities and shopping. There are some cost saving places you should visit when spending your dollars, and deals worth discovering for all areas you’ll be spending for your vacation!
Hawaiian airfare and hotels go hand in hand when trying to get the best Oahu deals and bang for your buck. Throw in a cheap Oahu rent a car, and you should see some of the best deals across the board! Trip Advisor and Expedia for Oahu is the leader in this arena.
Let’s start with the FREE attractions, when looking for the best Oahu deals. All of Oahu beaches are free except for Hanauma Bay, and that’s because it’s a Natural Marine Preserve. Oahu hikes & waterfalls are almost all free, except for Waimea Falls Park which is one of the easiest to get to. Some of the entertainment that’s happening around the island such as tiki torch ceremonies, hula shows around Waikiki (including in front of the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, next to the Duke Kahanamoku Statue at sunset, and the Ala Moana Shopping Center Stage) are all fun shows and FREE to watch.
Paradise Cove is not just another luau, it’s a full production with lots of activities and entertainment that some others tend to lack. Kick off the afternoon with some Mai Tai’s and join in the celebration and festivities!
A Luau is a celebration for enjoying each other’s company, play traditional Hawaiian games, watching a Kalua Pork Imu ceremony take place, participate in a hukilau of pulling in a large fishnet from the ocean, listening to live local music, and being entertained throughout the night with many Polynesian and Hula performances.
But since you’re going to want to visit Pearl Harbor, see the
Museum & Iolani Palace, sign up for a Hawaiian Luau, and engage
other fun adventures around the island, consider getting an Go Oahu
We are big fans of the Go Oahu Card, because you are able to plan out all your activities, bundle them together, and receive deeper discounts across the board.
around Diamond Head, Waikiki and Oahu beaches on an electric Trikke!
The worlds newest personal electric vehicle is also Oahu’s newest
way of touring the island. Aloha
Trikke is conveniently located
in the middle of Waikiki in the King Village Shopping Center.
Book your tour now and
take advantage of 20% off by using the
discount code “BEST”
with Aloha Trikke, or presenting this coupon at
the time of
purchase. This discount has been extended into 2016...take
advantage of it now!
If you’re a local, you’ve got a nice discounted kama’aina rate coming to you.
But if you’re like most, visiting from the mainland or from around the world then you’ll be subjected to the high green fees. Choose a top rated Oahu golf course through Hawaii Tee Times and not only save on a round of golf, but most courses include free transportation from your hotel as well.
not only save you money but time figuring out how to get to the course
you want to play. Also
on last minute tee times with
Save up to 50% On Tee Times.
No trip to Hawaii is complete without paddling out into the
and riding a long board back to shore! Surf lessons usually
with a guarantee to stand up on a surf board by the end of the
A surf leason usually runs about $150 for the lesson. Check out the Go Oahu Card and Honolulu Groupon for discounted deals throughout the island.
Consider signing up for an organized snorkeling trip to Hanauma Bay that include transportation and snorkel gear for this marine sanctuary. Snorkeling Hanauma Bay can be found through the Go Oahu Card.
Rent in Waikiki is expensive, so don’t expect to find the best Oahu deals by simply walking around. If you’re shopping for yourself or looking for some great inexpensive gifts to bring back from your trip, you must take a trip out to the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet. There’s so much to explore, that it’s considered a Honolulu attraction itself! I’m not a big Walmart fan, but it’s hard to beat the prices and Hawaiiana section you’ll find there.
Also check out Groupon Deals for Oahu to view some deep discounted prices on activities and restaurants.
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